Episode 783: Itsudatte My Isekai Santa

This week on Anime Pulse we got Santas in training, Netflix announcing more live action crap, and really bad pizza. Up first in the IRL news Joseph makes the worlds worst pizza before making some delicious chicken, and Andrew wants to know what the worst anime we have watched in 2022 was. Then in the industry news we must make offerings quick to the evil fox released from the Japanese Killing Stone, and an anime becomes nominated for a Golden Globe award. And finally in our last episode of the year Joseph micromanages a bunch of talking slimes and a cowardly wolf, and Andrew, the unluckiest boy in the world, is granted a special night with a hot Santa.

Show Notes

Music

Intro – “Japanese Style Trap Beat” by Annex from Royalty Free Anime Music

Outro“Neko Mimi Mode by Dimitri from Paris from Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase

Reviews

My Isekai Life – Netflix
Wikipedia

Itsudatte My Santa! – Burn It
MAL

New

The Killing Stone Causing Mysterious Animal Deaths

Netflix Live Action Sadness

A Golden Globe for Anime

Manga Pulse 482: Smell of Kill

We made it through No Nuts November. Time to crack open that preservative jar and put them back in the sack. Maybe after a good squeeze to get that nut juice out. It’s the time of year when the collectors come around to top of their “almond milk” canisters and it fetches a fair trade price. On with the manga.

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Episode 782: Love After Skelter+Heaven

This week on Anime Pulse we got silly lawsuits, Power Rangers flirting with the enemy, and snow. Up first Joseph quickly talks about some Rice Krispy treats and the weather outside, meanwhile Andrew is looking into who we favor among the Dragon Ball cast. Then in the industry news a couple of next season announcements for One-Punch and Demon Slayer, sandwiching a lawsuit over a J-Pop name. Finally the reviews see us out with Joseph transforming into Red Ranger and hitting on Rita Repulsa, and Andrew attempts to manage an all female mecha fighting unit while juggling his intimate relationship with one.

Show Notes

Music

Intro – “Japanese Style Trap Beat” by Annex from Royalty Free Anime Music

Outro“Neko Mimi Mode by Dimitri from Paris from Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase

Reviews

Love After World Domination – Download Now
Wikipedia

Tenkuu Danzai Skelter+Heaven – Burn it
MAL

New

One-Punch Season 3 Studio Change

Demon Slayer’s New Season Release Date

What Is A Name? If Not Something to Sue Over

Popcorn Pulse 186: Cyan Electron

The DC movie universe is still a thing. It’s easy to forget that they also make movies. Considering the seventeen hour miniseries they re-re-re-master from a long movie. They recently released something that’s related to another of their movies which was good. So we’ve got Black Adam[2022].

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Episode 781: Guilty-sama: Gear Is War

This week on Anime Pulse we got smelly video game anime, Japan making it difficult to attend concerts, and a quick stop to GameStop. Up first Joseph tells us about his wrap up with Pokemon Violet, and Andrew is hitting those nostalgia vibes again with this weeks community topic. Then in the industry news we got a few topics, one of which is about a trip to Acro and the other is about box office sales. Lastly in the reviews section Joseph goes to war for love and see the battle finished this time, and Andrew watches the story mode of a video game and calls it an anime movie? What?

Show Notes

Music

Intro – “Japanese Style Trap Beat” by Annex from Royalty Free Anime Music

Outro“Neko Mimi Mode by Dimitri from Paris from Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase

Reviews

Kaguya-sama: Love Is War S3 – Download Now
Wikipedia

GUILTY GEAR -STRIVE- – Netflix
Steam

News

Big Brother Japan is Watching You Jam to Idols

2024 Anime Announcment

Combo Scoring Movie

Manga Pulse 481: E is for Eichi

It’s the holidays, again. We hope you’ve loaded up on your favorite pies and festive sides. Also, if you’re one of those weird folks who hates potatoes AND stuffing. Then we hope you find religion. Because you need guidance and we can’t help you. Well, Weltall might be able to help. With the assistance of a pocket watch, a dark room, and liberal amount of liquor.

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VG Pulse 382: Gettin Janky With It!

This week on VG Pulse, the end of the year is near! We start off with side notes of retail in the holiday season, before diving into the regular news where we discuss people impersonating companies on Twitter, Geoff Keighley back at it once again, the never ending saga of Dead Island 2, and a very cool new game that looks like an 80’s anime! After the news we go over the discord discussions, I give a review of Pokémon Scarlet & Violet, and we finish off with talk of food and anime! All this and more up next on VGP 382!! -Aki

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Episode 780: Wonder Knight in Another Egg

This week on Anime Pulse we got spooky scary skeleton knights, anime announcements, and Thanksgiving. Up first Joseph has been playing nothing but Pokemon Violet despite its glaring issues, and Andrew asks the community what series they’d like to see finished despite having been canned. Then in the industry news we cover topics like a scuttled mission to the Moon by Japan, and a couple second season anime announcements. And finally the reviews see us out as Joseph awakens to find he is a boney boy with a hot elf waifu, and Andrew cooks us up some wonder eggs only to find out they were expired and rotten.

Show Notes

Music

Intro – “Japanese Style Trap Beat” by Annex from Royalty Free Anime Music

Outro“Neko Mimi Mode by Dimitri from Paris from Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase

Reviews

Skeleton Knight in Another World – Download Now
Wikipedia

Wonder Egg Priority – Netflix
MAL

News

The Moon Rabbits Ruin Japan’s First Attempt to Land on Moon

Masamune-Kun’s Revenge Against Good Taste Continues

Another Season for the Married at First Sight Anime

Popcorn Pulse 185: Strange Man

It’s still season of the spookiness when we recorded, on Halloween no less. The spirit of Tim Burton’s Hot Topic merchandise was strong with us. Which compelled us to do one last joint watch of a horror movie. This one from a couple of years ago about a supernatural house where a child ends up possessed. That doesn’t really narrow it down to anything though. We did Winchester[2018].

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