We're back to normal format today with our seventh episode of "Oh no Anime! The Podcast", it's been a while and we're happy to be back! Today we tackle a couple of manga to live action adaptations, awesome licenses new and old, and perform a live version of Guile's theme. Oh, I guess we talk about the stupid amount of good (and oh no!) anime this season as well. This is a lengthy episode with a lot of anime talk, please use http://pastebin.com/SehnYbk8 to skip ahead to the ones you're interested if you please.
Anime (skip to 29:00 for discussion of this season's anime)
Please refer to http://pastebin.com/SehnYbk8 for a complete list of our topics with timestamps. Oh no, Anime! can be found on twitter @ohnoanime, on Facebook at facebook.com/ohnoanime, or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Patrick can be reached through twitter @patrick130m and Marc can be reached on twitter @vermillionair3. The opening song use is "Rydeen" by Yellow Magic Orchestra. The break song (and insert song!) is "Guile's Theme" from Street Fighter II. The ending song is "Kimi ni Mune Kyun" by Yellow Magic Orchestra.
Hello everyone, and welcome to a special Episode 6 of Oh no, Anime! the Podcast. This episode will be, much like the previous episode, in a different format; myself and Marc are just going to regale you with tales of our trip to Anime Expo while pushing our new social media entirely too hard! Highlights include (in no special order):
The real highlight (not really though) is us finally getting on board with social media. You can email us at email@example.com, find us on twitter @ohnoanime, and like us on Facebook at facebook.com/ohnoanime. As always, you can find Patrick on twitter @patrick130m and Marc @vermillionair3. The opening song used is "Owaranai Uta" by The Rolling Girls. The break song is "Nippon Egao Hyakkei (instrumental)" by Momoiro Clover Z. The ending song is "Mondai Girl" by Kyary Pamyu Pamyu.