Episode 671: Kekkai, Sore wa Nai deshou!

This week on Anime Pulse we got an end to a subbing era, Japan being desperate for children, and being reincarnated into a poor family. Up first IRL news has Joseph taming more Nexomon, and Andrew is looking ahead to the Fall 2020 season. Afterwards the industry news gets in with topics like a couple VTubers taking a mandated break after saying an apparently bad thing, GKIDS acquires the NA rights to Evangelion, and paying our respects to the end of Horrible Subs. Lastly the reviews see us out with Joseph waking up in the body of a 6 year old, learning magic, and acquiring a harem all before he turns 18. Meanwhile Andrew, an average every day boy, gets some special eyes and goes on a magical monster hunting journey to help his sister.

Show Notes


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

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


Hachi-nan tte, Sore wa Nai deshou! – Netflix

Kekkai Sensen – Crackers


Horrible Subs Bids Us Farewell

Popular VTubers Suspended After Death Threats

Japan Will Pay You To Get Married

Neo Genesis Evangelion Bought Out in NA


Trying to Watch – Kanojo, Okarishimasu 9

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3 Replies to “Episode 671: Kekkai, Sore wa Nai deshou!”

  1. Oh, so you want a comment, eh?

    “I don’t actually own a PS4” What? Whaaaaaaaaaaat?

    “I’m a big JoJo’s fan” Apparently, not big enough of a fan to at least buy a used PS4 7 years after it was released. How did you buy the first JoJo’s fighting game? On Dreamcast? Please tell me you played the first fighting game

  2. You said it would be cool if there was a Dead Space anime. There was an animated film called Dead Space: Downfall. As I cannot remember if I watched it, I feel like I DID watch it, and it was so forgettable that I wiped it from memory. (Update: Nope. I looked at the trailer, and I don’t think I ever watched it.It looks eh, alright.)

    You also said it would be coll if there was a show about people in space and there’s an impostor on board, kind of like Among Us. There was a film like that! It’s called They Were 11, and it’s an older anime, 80s. It has a 7 on IMDB and MAL, and a 68% average on Anilist.

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