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This week on VG Pulse, we have a short Kasless show in which we discuss the trickle of after-E3 news. We start out with side-notes about mini golf before we go over the news, discussing the future of Star-Fox and a rather funny LA Times screw-up. After the news, we go over the forums, and finish off with Xahldera’s listener review of Need For Speed Hot Pursuit 2010! All this and more up next on VGP 192! -Aki Read more>>

≡ Category: Anime Pulse, Ze Shows | Author: TimeChaser |7 Comments

We’ve got a great show for you this week. There’s news, another scintillating discussion question, and finally we wrap up with a couple of reviews, Sekai Seifuku: Bōryaku no Zvezda and Night on the Galactic Railroad. Don’t miss it!
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Is there anything better than late adaptations of a book to the silver screen? Then Hollywood can botch the whole thing without any input from that pesky author person. Who do they think they are, anyways? Just because they created the world you’re trying to bring to life, what do they know about it?

Speaking of late, adaptations, we did a joint discussion of Death on the Nile (1978). Luckily it’s a rather simple story, from a certain perspective at any rate, and difficult to screw up. For those that read the original story, it follows this adventure of Hercule Poirot as he goes to solve a whodunit on the titular Nile. Surprise surprise, everyone has a motive and you’ll have to watch to find out who isn’t a red herring. Or read the synopsis on Wiki if you’re terribly lazy. Read more>>

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This week on VG Pulse, we have a Kas in the house and a long show to boot! We spend the entirety of the show going through E3 recap, including overviews of Microsoft, EA, Ubisoft, Sony, and our first recap and impressions of Nintendo! All this and more up next on VGP 191! -Aki Read more>>

≡ Category: Manga Pulse, Ze Shows | Author: weltall |Leave a Comment

The ground of manga does not run red with the life blood of eviscerated works this week. Tim reviews Tokage no Ou where a boy with the ability to change his eye color finds out just how useless a power that is when confronted with people who can double jump and cut guns in half with their mind. This is a manga that goes on about pacing and Tim loves himself some pacing so you won’t be surprised at the rating.

Weltall tackles Red Storm which shares part of the name with a Tom Clancy novel(and game from 1988). Unfortunately, it does not show how ‘Murica can defeat the USSR through good ol’ fashioned ‘Murican gumption, grit and folksy sayings. Fortunately it does offer amusing training montages, desert landscapes and an ego big enough to make Wetall take notice.

With those spent the emails generate a lot of pointless conversation this week. So a big thanks to the folks that sent in chatter generation. Without that, how else would we have started trying to decide which actors would belong on our dream Quidditch team and what position they would play? Read more>>


Features

≡ Category: Anime Pulse, Features, Ze Shows | Author: weltall |9 Comments

I just wanted to let all of our listeners know that Tim and Myself will be taking over the administration of Anime-Pulse.com. If you would like to contact Ichigo you will need to email him directly at Ichigo@anime-pulse.com from now on.

Thank you

Weltall

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Here is our official wrap up of con coverage. Don’t worry we will be talking about it on shows to come and of course the video will be coming out over the next few days to weeks. We will be giving away swag and such on the next few regular episodes.

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This is a short clip of one of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund’s panels from San Diego Comic Con 2013.

Please support the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund they are constantly fighting for our rights.

http://cbldf.org/

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It’s day three and I feel like a guard who can’t adventure anymore. Seriously it’s pretty pathetic I was using the camera tripod as a walking staff. Getting old sucks, but Comic Con is awesome. Listen in to find out why.

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The alcohol is making it hard to write anything witty or important here. So listen in and enjoy.

Industry

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This is a short clip of one of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund’s panels from San Diego Comic Con 2013.

Please support the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund they are constantly fighting for our rights.

http://cbldf.org/

≡ Category: Features, Industry, Ze Shows | Author: weltall |Leave a Comment

It’s day three and I feel like a guard who can’t adventure anymore. Seriously it’s pretty pathetic I was using the camera tripod as a walking staff. Getting old sucks, but Comic Con is awesome. Listen in to find out why.

≡ Category: Features, Industry, Ze Shows | Author: weltall |Leave a Comment

The alcohol is making it hard to write anything witty or important here. So listen in and enjoy.

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It’s day one of SDCC and things are hot. Listen in to hear how it’s going and what we thought of it so far.

≡ Category: Anime Pulse, Industry, Interviews, Ze Shows | Author: Codeouran |Leave a Comment

This is the interview with Taliesin Jaffe. He is known for his voice work in Paranoia Agent, Black Cat, and Monster. He has also worked as a ADR director and script adapter for Hellsing, ROD the TV, BECK, The End of Evangelion. Listen in and enjoy!

Interviews

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Here is the Enchanter, Weltall and peoples another news outlets interviewing Yutaka Yamamoto at NDK 2011.

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Here is the Enchanter and Weltall interviewing Patrick Seitz at NDK 2011.

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Here is the Enchanter, Weltall and someone from another news outlet interviewing Ryusei Nakao at NDK 2011.

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We, well Weltall and other people from the press, Interview Vic Mignogna at NDK 2011.

≡ Category: Anime Pulse, Interviews, Manga Pulse, Ze Shows | Author: Ichigo |2 Comments

Greetings everyone. In place of an AP show this week I offer this interview of 萩尾 望都 Hagio Moto. We were lucky in that Weltall was able to get an interview with this pioneer of shojo manga. I have undertaken the transcription of the Japanese portion of the conversation, for those interested. The translator that was provided was very good. In addition to translation Ms. Hagio’s answers he also added some extra context as he felt was needed. I only transcribed the questions and the Japanese section of the interview.
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Japan

≡ Category: Features, Japan | Author: Ichigo |2 Comments

Armed with a new camera that can withstand the brunt of energetic kids (the Olympus Stylus-8000 Tough), I bring you the first pictures of fun Engrish shirts.

A bit deeper than I expect when I think “Airwalk”, but I guess it ties in.
PC010001
AIRWALK
A DAILY DOSE OF FREEDOM
inner peace and enlightenment can only be achieved after there are no places left on your body to bruise
Airwalk
A DAILY DOSE OF FREEDOM
when this happens, take a moment to look down, and realize you’ve found the ground whether you’re ready or not
upon the attempt to transcend the metaphysical one can easily get lost alone

One word… “ElJohn”? Seriously?
PC010002
FULL-BLOWN DIGNITY
Loud Exclamation
QUICK AS GREASED LIGHTNING
STRUGGLING AGAINST
DIFFICULTIES FOR THE SAKE
OF VENGEANCE
FULL-BLOWN DIGNITY
THE FINISHING
TOUCHES
ElJohn
struggling against difficulties for the sake of vengeance

≡ Category: Japan | Author: Ichigo |1 Comment

I’m currently watching TV on my DS, yay for Japanese tech. The Minshuto (DJP) has 276 seats out of the 480, with the Jiminto (LDP) only having 82. This means that Aso Taro is out of power and Hatoyama Yukio is in power. Join the rest of Japan in rejoicing that one group of old, power-hungry and corrupt men has been replaced with an almost identical group (heck, they were the same party until 1996) of old, power-hungry and corrupt men. Yay for choice!

EDIT: Now the DJP is at 303, LDP at 115, with only 14 seats left to report. Komeito has 19, Communist party has 8, Social Democratic has 5, with 16 seats split among other small parties.

≡ Category: Features, Japan | Author: Ichigo |4 Comments

So, I spent some time with the Gundam. We got up close and personal, I hesitate to call it a “thing”, but there was a connection there. I approached slowly.

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≡ Category: Features, Japan | Author: Ichigo |5 Comments

Alright, I’m back, unpacked, and ready to talk about Comiket.

I’m sure you’ve already heard, but this was a record attendance event. Over 560,000 over the three days. Talk about crazy. Since I’ve already talked about Day 1 in my previous post, let’s talk about Day 2.

First off, after finally getting a chance to go through the Catalog, I have a better feel for the event. Day 1 appears to be a lot of Yaoi stuff, Day 2 is a lot of Game/Videos and Day 3 is a lot of the male-oriented doujin. Of course, every day has lots of doujin, but that’s the emphasis. So, plan in hand, I was ready.
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≡ Category: Features, Japan | Author: Ichigo |1 Comment

So I just got back from Comiket 76, Day 1. It was a wild time. I left the hotel just after 8am, got to the Rinkai line, Kokusai-Tenjijou station around 8:45 or so. The crowds weren’t bad until I saw the actual line. Then I followed the traffic around to the end of the line, almost a kilometer away!

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Ze Shows

≡ Category: VG Pulse, Ze Shows | Author: MillenniumX17 |Leave a Comment

This week on VG Pulse, we have a short Kasless show in which we discuss the trickle of after-E3 news. We start out with side-notes about mini golf before we go over the news, discussing the future of Star-Fox and a rather funny LA Times screw-up. After the news, we go over the forums, and finish off with Xahldera’s listener review of Need For Speed Hot Pursuit 2010! All this and more up next on VGP 192! -Aki Read more>>

≡ Category: Anime Pulse, Ze Shows | Author: TimeChaser |7 Comments

We’ve got a great show for you this week. There’s news, another scintillating discussion question, and finally we wrap up with a couple of reviews, Sekai Seifuku: Bōryaku no Zvezda and Night on the Galactic Railroad. Don’t miss it!
Read more>>

≡ Category: Popcorn Pulse, Ze Shows | Author: weltall |Leave a Comment

Is there anything better than late adaptations of a book to the silver screen? Then Hollywood can botch the whole thing without any input from that pesky author person. Who do they think they are, anyways? Just because they created the world you’re trying to bring to life, what do they know about it?

Speaking of late, adaptations, we did a joint discussion of Death on the Nile (1978). Luckily it’s a rather simple story, from a certain perspective at any rate, and difficult to screw up. For those that read the original story, it follows this adventure of Hercule Poirot as he goes to solve a whodunit on the titular Nile. Surprise surprise, everyone has a motive and you’ll have to watch to find out who isn’t a red herring. Or read the synopsis on Wiki if you’re terribly lazy. Read more>>

≡ Category: VG Pulse, Ze Shows | Author: MillenniumX17 |Leave a Comment

This week on VG Pulse, we have a Kas in the house and a long show to boot! We spend the entirety of the show going through E3 recap, including overviews of Microsoft, EA, Ubisoft, Sony, and our first recap and impressions of Nintendo! All this and more up next on VGP 191! -Aki Read more>>

≡ Category: Manga Pulse, Ze Shows | Author: weltall |Leave a Comment

The ground of manga does not run red with the life blood of eviscerated works this week. Tim reviews Tokage no Ou where a boy with the ability to change his eye color finds out just how useless a power that is when confronted with people who can double jump and cut guns in half with their mind. This is a manga that goes on about pacing and Tim loves himself some pacing so you won’t be surprised at the rating.

Weltall tackles Red Storm which shares part of the name with a Tom Clancy novel(and game from 1988). Unfortunately, it does not show how ‘Murica can defeat the USSR through good ol’ fashioned ‘Murican gumption, grit and folksy sayings. Fortunately it does offer amusing training montages, desert landscapes and an ego big enough to make Wetall take notice.

With those spent the emails generate a lot of pointless conversation this week. So a big thanks to the folks that sent in chatter generation. Without that, how else would we have started trying to decide which actors would belong on our dream Quidditch team and what position they would play? Read more>>

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