This week, my dreams come true as Brittany joins the podcast and I finally get to talk about Diabolik Lovers. Ben apparently decided to have some kind of a life and couldn't join us this time, but it's probably just as well, since hearing us talk about that show might drive him to heinous acts of violence.
Anyway, not only do we learn all sorts of cool stuff about our community manager-- like the fact that she once picked up the entire series of Record of the Lodoss War for 25 cents-- but we're also joined by a special guest for the Anime Talk segment! I swear, it's like Podcast Christmas. The only thing that could possibly make me happier now is a copy of Sorcery Saga: The Curse of the Curry God (hint hint hint).
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1:22 Sword Art Online Fone may not actually be a game
5:11 Miyazaki's The Wind Rises: too controversial for Disney?
8:40 Oreimo author Tsukasa Fushimi doubles down on siscon
11:10 Nintendo rules Famitsu's games of the century list
14:35 Senran Kagura Burst, and also some Vanillaware talk for some reason
18:24 Weekly Sentai licensing talk: Nadia, yaay!
21:56 Beyond the Boundary 06
25:45 Diabolik Lovers 07
30:02 Kill La Kill 06
36:57 Samurai Flamenco 06
39:22 Walkure Romanze 05
40:49 Kyousougiga 05
45:40 Golden Time 06
51:16 Valvrave 17
53:13 Community Talk and snappy dressers
As per usual let us know what you think of the show, and if you happen to have anime VHS tapes in your basement, don't just throw them out like a heartless bastard. Bury them properly, like a pet hamster or goldfish; alternately, a 21-gun salute is acceptable. Anything to show them that you value their service.
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