We’ll be kicking off some reviews of series that have ended on Toonami recently, starting with our discussion about JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond is Unbreakable.
(0:00 – 53:10) Review: JoJo’s Time!! – With this Arc/Part/Season/Wutevahdehell you wanna call Diamond is Unbreakable, Dustin and Jonn try our best to recollect the past year in our parts of the series that stuck out to them while the series was airing on Toonami. As of this post, the new series Golden Wind will be airing on Toonami, so totally check that out! This also gets into discussions of Batman/Jim Carry 90’s movie talks, how college is bullcrap, the scoop on a wedding going down, and much more.
This show has: “There’s a character on this video game with the username ‘Nigg,’ and that sorta sounds like ‘Ging’.”
And also: “Anything that is created by the Ottoman Empire you stay far away from that!”
In this episode, our listeners will be treated to us talking about a completed Shonen Jump series (the anime version that is) where we review Hunter x Hunter.
(0:00 – 1:00:00) Review: Hunter x Hunter (2011) – This recently concluded on Toonami, which prompts Dustin and Jonn to talk about what they remember, going back 3 or so years its been on TV in the states. This also includes our RIP shoutouts to Rutger Hauer and his filmography, how The FP is the Greatest Movie Ever!, and Yuu Yuu Hakusho discussion.
(1:00:00 – 1:37:55) Closing Remarks Take One – This was broken up into two sections due to time constraints, but this is really a hidden extended closing remarks segment of a show this go around. Topics for this part include the recent El Paso shooting, Christianity, The importance of SexEd, women sports and Dustin getting kicked from that CN Reborn discord server (link to goodies found here that we’ll cover in the next episode).
Sorry for the delay on getting out an episode, but after our hiatus in July, we are back with us talking about Anime Boston and Avengers: Endgame.
(0:00 – 1:12:20) Con Talk: Anime Boston 2019 – The excuse Dustin is going to give for nothing coming out for about two months is the fact that summer was busy for him to not sit down and edit something together, but that doesn’t mean we had nothing recorded. Here we have our recording from Cinco De Mayo to kick off our discussion about Anime Boston from audience member Cloud and his time at Anime Boston again. This includes talk about the new City Hunter movie, him going to panels, Steven Universe talk, people who get overly offended at conventions to complain about them on forums and much more.
(1:12:20 – 1:59:00) Avengers: Endgame Review – Seeing how this film has topped James CameronAvatar for bestest biggest blockbuster spectacular film ever made, Jonn and Dustin go into the film and spoil things about it if you haven’t seen it yet, but that was over 3 months ago so you listener should’ve seen it by now.
(1:59:00 – 02:12:48) Closing Remarks –This one is pretty light but enough to garner some discussion on lowcows like Ghost and Chris Chan, our thoughts on that wonderful “just-came-out-of-a-time-machine-and-must-be-sent-back-to-1993” Sonic live action film, and some other interests to talk about per usual.
E3 is over and done with with a new line up of games coming out that both Jonn and Dustin discuss a little bit…
(0:00 – 54:40) E3 Talk – With the absence of Sony showing up, Dustin and Jonn took this year as a sign of “why should we even care?” But of course, there was some good to come from E3. This also goes into discussion about Final Fantasy 7 and the Final Fantasy world, Dustin views on Halo, Jonn mentions Harlan Ellison legacy, salty Power Rangers fans, upcoming game titles were looking forward too and much more!
(54:40 – 1:22:31) Closing Remarks –This was more anime related where Jonn talks about his memorable quotes from Ambassador Magma, Dustin was very entertained with Girls und Panzer, a brief talk on John Wick 3, Dustin brings out his inner American Idol talent to run that Ghost in the Shell SAC ending into the ground, Chris Chan news and much more!
OP – Were back at E3 once again…
ED – How to ruin a decent Ghost in the Shell song, Dustin’s Way!
This show has:
Dustin full extent of knowledge when he thinks about the Halo story line…
I guess mods on the PR forum gotta know their limitations eventually for the fanbase they already dump a ton of money into… pic.twitter.com/ZF3LVuWPFq
What better way to celebrate Mothers Day than not only being a month over due on an episode, but two animes that really emphasize the importance of mothers with Aura Battle Dunbine and Panzer World Galient.
(0:00 – 47:25) Review: Aura Battler Dunbine –After a 3 year hiatus on this segment, we kick it off strong with another highly talked about Yoshiyuki Tomino series involving the world of Dunbine. We rate Tomino’s view on moms as a poor score since all women are always insane and no amount of Bright slapping can correct that action. This gets into how Dustin thought the series name came from this star, how Wings of Rean will be on our list of titles to talk about, but you can hear an already better review of that over at the AWO Podcast, Votoms talk, old anime to be licensed talk and more.
(47:25 – 1:15:40) Closing Remarks –Jonn warns the listener to avoid a movie titled “The Dead One,” The films by Barry Mahon, talking about old porno films for some reason, Joe “CreepinOnKidz” Biden and much more.
(1:15:40 – 1:17:32) Right Stuf Promo
(1:17:32 – 1:58:25) Review: Panzer World Galiant – A lesser known title from Takahashi, but nevertheless, one worth mentioning when it comes to his works. We rate Takahashi view on moms as a great score since part of this story plot is about getting your mom back from a creepy space conehead guy. This also includes the Shrek movie series, some bad review of Galiant on MAL, the Votoms series being released in the states, and much more.
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