For our Halloween special, the AoY crew decides to give a proper send off to the late Takao Saito by reviewing the first adaptation of Golgo 13 to film back in 1973.
(0:00 – 46:35) Ken Takakura Shoots and Scores! Golgo 13 Review: We figured the best way to honor the late Saito is to review the earliest Golgo 13 manga to film adaptation back in 1973. This would be Jonn first time seeing this film, and Dustin’s second time. Dustin has even written an article online about this film during his days in college, which can be found here. It’s has also been nearly a decade and two podcast series ago since Dustin and Jonn talked about a Golgo 13 film in a podcast episode, so its good to dust off the old M-16 once again. This also contains the psyche of Golgo 13, firearms talk, Crying Freeman, James Bond and much more!
For those headed to Anime Weekend Atlanta 2021, Dustin will be hosting The Wide World of Initial D: A Comprehensive History and That B.A.D Panel (Bad Anime Dubbing) on Saturday, October 30th back-to-back from 3:15 to 5:30pm. We hope to see you there!
(46:35 – 2:19:54) The cesspool that is always Closing Remarks: This includes Richard Epcar early acting roles on Street Hawk, anime on the Sci Fi Channel, the cheezyness of Descendants of Darkness, TV ratings, RIP shoutout to Norm MacDonald, the current status of the COVID vaccine, Chris Chan is the second coming of Jesus, Batman ’66 discussion, The Troubles and European politics, Yaz adapting Cucuruz Doan Island to a film, anime we’ve been watching like High Speed Galvion and much more!
Man, when was the last time we had an episode under and hour? Well, Good Friday was well over a week ago, and so was the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ (for those who don’t celebrate that pagan bunny and chocolate egg corporate holiday.) We decided to give what we can back to the christian community on this glorious (and very late) day; by simply talking about how Christianity “really” wen’t down in feudal Japan in the most extremely (in)accurate documentary called Ninja Resurrection.
Ninja Resurrection tells the tale of how God’s chosen Japanese people rose against the Tokugawa Shogunate, by having dragons from the divine lord be summoned upon the unbelievers, having daddy issues, taking on anime Gary Busey, the crying blood Virgin Mary, and a lot of SATAN! Of course, we go off topic on subjects like convention talk, general talk on anime series that are coming out in Japan and American TV, how Christianity is portrayed in anime and around Japan, movies around the bible that are out now and a whole lot more.
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