We start off this episode without Ben (since he was apparently too busy conducting a ritual burning of all of his Bakemonogatari merchandise to participate), but he joins us by the time we get to Samurai Flamenco, which is all that really matters. This week we tackle the important questions of our time: is dubbing making a triumphant return to relevance? Did Kill La Kill cross a line? Why does anime have to be so anime all the time? Couldn't it maybe be a little less anime, just sometimes? And is anyone, anywhere, as enthusiastic about anything as Sal is about Kamen Rider Gaim?
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1:48-- NYCC: Stuff got licensed
7:39-- Tokyo International Anime Fair and Anime Contents Expo to merge
10:40-- Gargantia second season announced
13:38-- Neon Alley talk
21:24-- "The Butcher" takes on Kamen Rider Gaim, a.k.a. Sal goes ballistic
26:46-- Samurai Flamenco 1
33:56-- Galilei Donna 1
35:52-- Kill La Kill 2
42:40-- Walkure Romanze 2
47:52-- Beyond the Boundary 2, leading into general anime chatter
Podcast music is a cover of Yakusoku Wa Iranai (The Vision of Escaflowne) from Platina Jazz: Anime Standards Vol. 2. Feel free to share your thoughts, feelings, criticisms (of Tim) and ribald tales of your greatest experience at Medieval Times.
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