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.
Hello everyone, and welcome to Episode 5 of Oh no, Anime! the Podcast. This is a very special episode where we go over new anime in the Summer 2015 season. The following is a list of the new anime we have chosen to talk about. Clicking on the name will lead you to the MAL page, and clicking on the word PV will bring you to the newest trailer, and clicking on license will bring you to the streaming page once they have been picked up in the US. Furthermore, a single asterisk denotes it is an original anime (not an adaptation), and triple asterisk means we found it was worth spending more time on in our preview. Four asterisks means it's original and interesting! I'm looking to update this once every few days so feel free to check back often!
Hello and welcome to the fourth episode of "Oh no, Anime! The Podcast". Today we we invite our friend Shifke to help us unravel the deep dark secrets of Apache-piloting vampires, Idols at soccer games, Kamuis at hockey games, and underwater
basket-weaving sitcom stars!
Anime (skip to 34:40 for discussion of this month's anime)
Please refer to http://pastebin.com/gMugeJHy for a complete list of our topics with timestamps. Patrick can be reached through twitter @patrick130m and throughout the internet as Yazool, Marc can be reached on Soundcloud and myfigurecollection as Vermillionaire. The opening song used is "Owaranai Uta" by The Rolling Girls. The break song is "Initial Dreams [Second Stage]" by Boba Boys on Soundcloud. The ending song is "Brave Shine" by Aimer.
Hello and welcome to the third episode of "Oh no, Anime! The Podcast." Today (last week...) we dig entirely too deep for video game and anime news, explain exactly what about our anime taste makes us such pieces of shit, and fawn over the amazing animation in a show about picking up girls in a dungeon.
Anime (skip to 49:15 for discussion of this season's anime)
Please refer to http://pastebin.com/7B8vM9Sj for a complete list of our topics with relevant timestamps. The opening song used is "Owaranai Uta" by The Rolling Girls. The break song is "I'm Toudou Yurika" by Cherry Brown x The LASTTRAK x Aikatsu!. The ending song is "Remind" by Rookiez is Punk'D.
Hello and welcome to the second episode of "Oh no, Anime! The Podcast." Today we remember to tell you who we are, talk about a whole slew of anime and video game announcements, and are joined by Kat to answer hard hitting questions such as "What, exactly, does a gay anime baskeyball player look like?", "Is her smile really worth protecting?", and "Does this world really need a robot to assist with suicide? And does its name have to be a pun?".
Anime (skip to 41:00 for discussion of this season's anime)
Please refer to http://pastebin.com/grbzqg5y for a complete list of our topics with relevant timestamps. The opening song used is "Owaranai Uta" by The Rolling Girls. The break song is "Calendar Girl" by STAR☆ANIS. The closing song is "Mesa" by JTTR.
Welcome to the first episode of "Oh no, Anime! The Podcast". This episode we begin with celebrating Obama celebrating the finer parts of Japanese culture and move onto industry news regarding a new Dragonball series and a disconcerting lack of Silent Hill$. The bulk of this episode is chatting about the Spring 2015 season of anime, what you should and shouldn't watch, and why the strangest thing about Punchline is Rabura's skintone. Thanks for listening! WASSHOI AND BLITZENDEGEN