Episode 235: Senko no Tsukaima

I’ve got a good show for you this week. I go over the news and review some Anime. I review Senko no Night Raid and forum member bionic86 sends in a guest review of the 2nd season of Zero no Tsukaima. Check it out.

Show Notes


Intro – Bad Apple!! by Alstroemeria Records from Touhou Project
Outro – Neko Mimi Mode by Dimitri From Paris from Tsukiyomi Moon Phase


Senko no Night Raid – Wait until it hits the US and NetFlix it.
Official Site

Zero no Tsukaima: 2nd Season – Wait until it hits the US and NetFlix it.
Official Site

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0 Replies to “Episode 235: Senko no Tsukaima”

  1. I couldn’t believe what I was hearing when you were cheering for the spearing of a greenpeace protester. That’s incredibly messed up and disturbing, you need help. Do you always cheer when you hear about an attempted murder?

    Without Greenpeace and the like protesting, over fishing would go on un-noticed, including the illegal massacre of whales for ‘scientific’ purposes.

    Stick to talking about anime if you are going to present such offensive and hard line right wing views please.

  2. Actually, what I cheer is the successful defense of life and property against pirates who attack people involved in legal activities. Vigilantism is not the way to effect change, and the Greenpeace people are anything but peaceful.

  3. “Without Greenpeace and the like protesting…”

    Throwing jars of acid at people and illegally boarding ships isn’t a protest. It’s assault and criminal trespassing AT BEST! If they interfered with fishing in a way that didn’t harm people or property, you would then have a protest. Oh, you don’t believe me? Next time, instead of picketing outside of your local politicians office, sneak into his home at night and throw feces on him. Then proceed to argue in court that you were “protesting”. See what happens.

  4. Value judgements aside, I tune in for anime and Japan news, not your views on Greenpeace and guns.

    Otherwise, i appreciate your anime reviews which tend to be more insightful than many podcasts.

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