Also known as: “I blame you Hallmark… You turned my dog into an Imperial Theme!”
Download Episode HERE! (Total Time: 1:41:52)
What better way to kick off the start of 2018 with an anime that hardly no one has seen or even reviewed yet, because if you did know it, we’d have to kill you for knowing too much. This time we talk about High School Agent!
(0:00 – 43:15) Review: High School Agent – This is an anime with no Wikipedia entry, hardly nothing about it on MAL, and very little info on ANN. Only a lone fansub group has made it a priority to make this available online to whoever can find it. It’s so top secret, the UN might have to intervene in this podcast. It’s basically an OVA adaptation of a manga about a dumb high school kid who becomes a secret agent for the United Nations. Instead of stopping people behind genocide, world hunger and sex trafficking, its about stopping people who have priceless stones and neo-Nazis after Hitler’s gold. Those are way more serious international issues than what most people complain about, because High School Agent knows what’s really at stake in the world! This also includes talks about terrible commercial airline companies, how not to kill a bear, and what type of jungles exist in South America.
(43:15 – 1:41:52) Closing Remarks – This goes into the doxing of a troll gone too far towards Chris Chan, the recent American Government shutdown, Dustin pulls a cans.wav and almost breaks his headset from a birthday card, Ghost talk, past podcasts that no longer exists from Toonradio, Go Nagai shows to be remade other than Devilman Crybaby, the recent Jumanji movie and much more.
OP – This podcast will self destruct in 5 seconds to this annoying song…
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Also known as: “This podcast is a turtle… awkward turtle…”
Download Episode HERE! (Total Time- 1:38:19)
It’s that time of the year again where the Devilman brings good tidings and fear to Halloween, and bad comedy (should mention that hardly no editing has been done, so well just roll with it again to get this out on time – Dustin). This year we review CB Character Go Nagai World.
(0:00 – 1:07:25) Halloween Review: Go Nagai World – In keeping up with our hallows-eve tradition with the Devilman himself, this time we are joined by the more notable characters of Go Nagai that Devilman and the gang get to meet. This is an anime for the true Go Nagai fans out there, like those who own Super Deformed Double Feature because they are big ARTMIC fans. In this review we also go off the beaten path with “Dick”sploitation movies, Jeb Bush and his Turtles, what Dustin went as for Halloween, other Go Nagai properties (mainly Violence Jack, because that’s all that matters), our ideas of a Violence Jack video game, and much more.
(1:07:25 – 1:38:19) Closing Remarks – This was surprisingly short since this past month has been full of top headline stories, namely like how Chris Chan and his “Sweetheart” broke up, Dustin and Jonn thoughts on the world of Blade Runner, Toon Radio wont live again, how whoring out for cash like the rest of those YouTubers ain’t our style (not yet at least), and much more.
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Also known as: “Now your associating Gundam Wing with ‘Oops I did it again!’ in your mind?”
Download Episode HERE! (Total Time: 1:26:07 )
Because of RightStuf! efforts in putting out more Gundam, our podcast has gone through an evolutionary change with our review of Gundam Evolve.
(0:00 – 1:05:25) Review: Gundam Evolve – Our podcast has now evolved into the next stage in human nerdvolution. Gundam Evolve is 15 short films involving short side stories and what-was-then cool looking CGI 3D model effects from the early 2000’s. If you happen to be a big Gundam nerd, then this is up your ally to add to your collection. As per usual on the podcast, the review usually starts about 10 minutes after the recordings started, where Jonn and Dustin talk about the DVD cover of Super Gals! This only gives more ammunition to Dustin 1990’s memory of the only show on Nickalodeon that mattered, while both hosts go off the review grid a bit to mention the fall (and rise again) of Tokyopop, the stories behind Shin Matsunaga and Johnny Ridden, Dustin repressed 90’s pop music memories, Gundam sunglasses and much more. For a review of animated shorts after the 1990’s, this episode feels more like a 1990’s nostalgia trip than anything else.
(1:05:25 – 1:26:07) Closing Remarks – This time closing remarks are pretty short, where we mention our thoughts on the impact the Orlando Shooting had, American politics, Toon Radio stupidity, and more.
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The only show on Nickalodeon that counted…
Also known as: “Sugoi, Jackson-san butto!”
Download Episode HERE! (Total Time: 3:12:43)
There was a massive influx of comic book movies in the past few months, and we have decided to just cover them in one fell swoop. So this is gonna be our backlog of comic book films podcast! This week we bring back former guest Josh on the show with Dustin and Jonn.
(0:00 – 1:35:50) X-Men Apocalypse Review – We kick off the movie podcast block with Jonn and Dustin mentioning that X-Men might be the best (and probably the only best) comic book movie this year. Other than both hosts giving their thoughts on the film, they both diverge into off topic ramblings like the video game, comic book and anime dvd collectors markets along with some other stuff. This gets into part 1 of our closing remark territory where we mention Jonn trip to Phoenix Comic Con, one of our listeners confronting Bennett the Sage at FanimeCon, all around trash talking TGWTG, and how to be smooth with the feminists on twitter (i.e., you never win those arguments).
(1:35:50 – 3:12:43) Jonn and Josh Movie Review – Once Dustin takes off, Jonn and Josh talk about Deadpool, TMNT Out of the Shadows, and Josh thoughts on Captain America: Civil War. Part 2 for closing remarks is basically how Jonn tells Josh bullcrap litigation deals from the “investors” of Toon Radio, Ghost and True Captitalist Radio ramblings, lolcows of the internet, and much more.
ED – Turtle Power!!
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Evan Dorkin explains the hard truth of the collectors market in three comic panels…
Ani-Twitter at its finest…