Welcome to another episode of Japanator AM, where Brad and Elliot both comfort each other with their common hobby of pedophilia. Gross...
This week, we dive right into a heated discussion with our head honcho Brad Rice, talk a bit about Persona with Elliot Gay, stay under five words with Salvador G. Rodiles and wax philosophical thoughts with Josh Totman. We discuss a lot about the strategy behind high retail prices behind US boxsets like Madoka Magica and Fate/zero, talk a bit about a few reviews we put up on the site recently like Rosario+Vampire and Madoka, as mentioned before, plus we chit-chat about Mad Men. You know, anime stuff.
So without further ado, hit that jump for some sweet, awesome Jtor AM sauce. Mmmmmmm...
What's New This Week:
-Madoka Magica & Rosario+Vampire Reviews: Both of these reviews blew up the Jtor community, and sadly this episode was recorded before either of them were posted, which unfortunately means no rebuttal from Brad or Elliot.
-No Japanator Aftershow: ...because we were especially boring this week. Or just boring people in general. Why do you listen to us?
TIMECODES: Runtime: [46:06]
00:00 - McDonalds Burger Talk Hour 01:23 - FEATURE - Madoka Magica and Fate/zero Price Discussion: Right off the bat, Brad wraps us into his thoughts and opinions on Aniplex's pricing on the completeMadoka Magica boxset, and Elliot talks about his experiences with the Fate/zero boxset as well. 12:51 - THEME SONG ["The City" -- Darwin Deez] 13:15 - Introductions / What we've been up to: Mad Men, day jobs, The Sky Crawlers, and soooo much more. 24:40 - Persona 4: Arena - Elliot talks about his experiences playing the new Persona 4 fighting game. 34:28 - Our quick preview on what's to come this upcoming Spring anime season. Eureka Seven and Kore wa Zombie continuations are touched upon. This leads to a laughing fit as we talk about the good and bad from Studio DEEN and GONZO, oddly enough. 43:45 - Closing Statements: Some things to look forward to, and some parting words from our guests. 44:52 - Ending Song ["El-P / Lazerface Warning" -- RJD2 (Instrumental)]
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