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.
This show has:
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!!
This show has:
Evan Dorkin explains the hard truth of the collectors market in three comic panels…
Ani-Twitter at its finest…
Also known as: “Are we going to have to do the Kool Koreans Kartoons Podcast now?”
and also: “YOUR DEMOCRATIC VIEWS KILLED GRANDPA!”
Download Episode HERE! (Total Time: 2:34:59)
It was high time we got back into the clash between the anime director titans of their day, where the gods of mecha anime Yoshiyuki Tomino and Ryouske Takahashi are still at each others throats to see which mecha director is better. This time, after a long absence, we return with Fang of the Sun Dougram and Garzey’s Wing.
(0:00 – 57:15) Takahashi PUNCH! – Fang of the Sun Dougram Review – Takahashi may not have done well in the last round, but he is quick to jump on his feet with another hard hitting mecha anime, Dougram. Since Jonn watch the show over a period of time, and Dustin taking the easy way out of sticking to the compilation film, this is more of a Jonn review. We go into the political intrigue of world building, faction fighting, and top tier anime buttholes in this 1983 classic. The gang talks about the hype of what robot anime brought in the 1980’s with Dual Magazine, comparing the struggles of Dougram to the American Revolutionary War, the first anime to have someone literally die of lung cancer, comparing and contrasting this with Gundam series, Aura Battle Dunbine DVD talk and much more.
(57:15 – 59:04) RightStuf! Promo – This was a quickie to throw out there to let our listeners know of the cool sales that happen on RightStuf website all the time. This time its a Funimation sale till god knows when (or really when RightStuf says so), so take in those offers while they last.
(59:04 – 1:38:54) Tomino KICK! – Garzey’s Wing Review – If there is one thing that is consistent with Tomino, is that his way of wanting to have complete control of a series and run it into the ground. Dunbine might have its issues, but trying to add onto that series over 13 years later can only lead to a bland and beautiful disaster (I gotta stop using songs as anime description puns – Dustin). This title also has a reputation for being “that” bad anime, and after sitting through all three episodes in one sitting, it was more than enough to convince our reviewers. This also brings us to talking about Star Wars movies, Dustin impressions with Bakuon! and knowledge of napalm from an ex-girlfriend, plus much more. We also mention that during this recording, we celebrated two holidays in one podcast review of Garzey’s Wing, with May the 4th Be With You and Cinco de Mayo!! Where on the internet are you gonna find another podcast that covers two holidays in the same episode? Nowhere, THAT’S WHAT!!
(1:38:54 – 2:34:59) Closing Remarks – I think our hosts spent about an hour on closing remarks, but it comes from three different times trying to do them. Due to internet issues and Garageband acting like a punk, both hosts got to air some issues out on the recording. Issues like how Donald Trump is the GOP king
shit of the world, what makes women beautiful, Ghost talk and his racist personas on the airwaves, the whitewashing issue on Ghost in the Shell movie, how the Koreans took over ToonRadio.net, anime this season, politics talk, and so much more. See you next time!
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Ghost is gonna be after you “ANNE-NAH-MEE” sick twisted perverts…
Also known as: “Just wondering, how do you say ‘Panties’ in Japanese?”
and also: “What, this is a thing? I thought the lesbians were a myth?”
Download Episode HERE! (Total Time: 1:47:43)
Here is part two of our Toonzone AIM chat history, without any edits.. This is kind of a brief description on what you might find in this episode, which is still more talk about people we know online and more dumb stories to boot. We even mention how we killed off Notaku Diaries long ago. If you want to know what podcast we had Peter Fay on, it was this Peter Fay Episode from the last podcast Jonn and Dustin did before the AoY Podcast (plus, we also found some Peter Fay Internet 1.0 stuff on an old Gargoyles fansites). Next episode will consist of real content, which will cover comic and anime cons that happened recently, so stay tuned.
OP – We do a whole lot more mocking in this episode… be forewarned…
ED – The Greatest Hits from Karl Olson…
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AoY Podcast #52 – The Angry Black Video Lagoon Gaming Nerds! (AVGN: The Movie / Black Lagoon Review)
Also known as: “TerminMAIDer… Ter-min-maid, AHHHURHURRR!!”
Download Episode HERE! (Total Time: 1:45:34)
It has been a long while since the Holy AoY Podcast Trinity were able to come together and review a movie and a show in one episode (actually this might be THE ONLY TIME EVER!) We are once united with our overly quiet podcast co-host Josh, as we get to discuss the most recent Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie being released online, and give our feedback on the moral misgivings of dumbass internet forum debates about Black Lagoon.
(0:00 – 49:27) – A Non-Anime Movie Review: The Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie: The trinity was needed to discuss the lifetime project of James Rolfe and his angry endeavors of reviewing old video games on the internet, which then lead him to achieve the ultimate goal of turning all that hard work into a movie, which is a lot of hard work. So, like everyone else on the internet, we wanted to give our say on his hard work over the past few years. Of course before we get into any of that, we decide to rant about water issues in the West, the deep rooted forum stupidity behind Toonzone.net (aka, Zeonic becoming a Class A Cyber Criminal one lame post at a time), which then leads us to talking about the film. We decided to approach the film with us talking about the parts we liked (aka some Spoilers you know), and really reviewing the character of The Nerd and his evolution throughout the years on the internet. We also discuss how we first got into The Nerd, which in turn gets us into our roots a little on how we got to know each other online. Dare I say a podcast origins episode might turn up one day? Well, you’ll just have to wait and see about that.
(49:27 – 52:30) Podcast Promos: With Alpha Counter making the funding goal on their Indiegogo page, we figure we owe it to them to play a promo for them. Dave and Joel seem to be releasing more episodes recently than they have in the past few months; because with JoJo’s and Destiny out in force, they are there too get on that beat. Speaking of releases, The Daily Anime Podcast decided to recently release their review of the To Terra movie, which was just Jeff talking about the film for 20 odd minutes, since I know he read the manga for a while.
(52:30 – 1:45:34) The Toonzone Debacle: Black Lagoon Review: Due to the dismay of one particular internet forums opinions (keep reading past the post on the link if you dare), we unite the trinity once more to discuss the recent end of the airing of Black Lagoon on Toonami. Our opinions are mixed on this show, as Zeonic believes that it might be the greatest show to air on Toonami in its entire history, and believes anyone who opposes that idea is a “pansy female reproductive organ.”Jonn on the other hand is not all in alignment to Zeonic Toonami prophetic enlightened views, and Josh just cares about how many BEEPS the show got on TV. We decide to not spoil too much on the show itself; and use the flames of war, cast by a Toonzone Mod unbeliever, to discuss the human, psychological and moral viewpoints of the world in Black Lagoon. Maybe we are giving this show too much credit, but then again, maybe not enough (only because deep down, Zeonic believes Black Lagoon is the best modern day anime equivalent to a 1990’s Manga UK dub.) Care to weigh in your opinion listeners? This also ends with us discussing Zeonic panel plans for BanzaiCon, how we successfully trolled ToonRadio, and much more.
Convention Note: If anyone is going to BanzaiCon in a couple of weeks, you have a chance to see Zeonic continue to spew his anime nerd knowledge upon the masses of Naruto headband wearing, Hetalia flag waving, Titan slaying anime nerds that will be present. On Saturday from 6 to 7pm, Zeonic will show his Robot Anime Openings of the 1980’s; which will showcase openings to mecha anime, and even some that made it to the states. Then on Saturday from Midnight to 2am is the cream de la cream to what all panels want to aspire to be, and that is the “WHAT THE HECK?” MOMENTS IN ANIME: THREE TIMES THE MISCHARMED!! It is essentially the closest thing BanzaiCon has to an Anime Hell at this point, and people must know THE TRUTH behind what anime is really about.
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“The graphics are so good, you’ll commit SEGACIDE!!”
Chinglish is totally Zeonic new waifu…
What 20 years of a fallen government and war can do to a person…
Now, just imagine everything you heard, were beeps. And that’s this show guys…
Also known as: “HARD ON TWO, JACK OFF YOUR HARDWARE!”
And also: “EayJay da game, YOU PROMISED!”
Download Episode HERE! (Total Time: 1:26:11)
Well, our March Megazone Madness has come to an end (aka UConn won for those who don’t care about NCAA basketball). One might imagine the joy of ending an OVA trilogy such as this would be a moment of happiness, but all we can tell you is we are just glad the nightmare is over. With two great OVA titles under the Megazone 23 name, you might figure making The Third one would be a greater achievement. Well, we found out the hard way, as Zeonic, Jonn and Josh crawl out of the ruins of Megazone 23 The Third.
Time codes (yea, we had to use these again)
0:00 – 19:05: We pretty much do our usual fare again, by getting off topic since it has been more than 3 weeks since we last recorded something. We deviate off the ZONE by talking about Space Ghost Coast to Coast airing on Adult Swim April Fools Special and the episodes that we happen to see in a half sleep trance, people we know online who watch terrible shows and takes forever to get to their point, and the problems of modern anime fans taste in shows.
19:05 – 1:05:25: We finally decide to talk about our subject matter in this podcast, because the nail had to be re-hammered into the Megazone coffin once more. One has to wonder, how can someone royally screw up an anime series after making 2 other anime OVA’s that were not complete and utter crap? Does anyone know the answer to that? If you do, please enlighten us. This dull Shadowrun/Last Starfighter knockoff has some good ideas, and has things I like; but that feel over the edge and beyond Zone Zero with the mistakes we will mention in this episode to finally close out this classic OVA series. You can expect HARD ON’s, C(U)MING FROM THE REAR, floppy disks, redneck friends, cat ear girls, the 80’s accessories, and how too HACK DA PLANET!!!! at 2 frames a second. We also throw in Homosexual/Anime Con Sign Discrimination, why Aramaki gets to keep making anime, and a few other things.
1:05:25 – 1:26:11: We also finish things up with our final remarks about people who don’t have their priorities in order, people with crazy 9/11 conspiracy stories, and the ongoing legacy of Love_That_Goku. All this and more, as usual.
Those who have tread in this Zone before us:
Anime World Order
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I try and demonstrate how to be like Eiji in Megazone 23 The Third (alcohol was involved in my decision.)
As illustrated by Doomstink, there is a potential future for the floppy disk to rise again.
HOW CAN ANYONE FORGET THIS FINE SUPERB ANIMATION THAT MEGAZONE 23 HAS TO OFFER?
Also known as: “I AM A BEATER!!!”
or also: “So, is Japan the Alabama of Asia or something?”
Download Episode HERE! (Total Time: 2:25:44)
Today is “Single Awareness Day” (or what the non-nerds call it “Valentines Day“), and to some of you listening to our podcast, are probably yet again as single as one could never hope. But fret not listener, because here at the Anime of Yesteryear Podcast, we are ones too never leave a man (or woman) all alone. We decide to take this opportune day to give back to you listeners out there, by reading off (mostly) the comments we have received over the past year.
Time codes (yea, I decided to do this to make following us a bit easier):
0:00-7:02: It’s pretty much us getting set up and dicking around (as usual) with talking about people who lost their plumbing in their house, demonic dryers in the background and probably other dumb things
7:02-1:20:00: We go ahead and read off our comments covering from our Aliens: Colonial Marines review from last year to our most recent anime collecting episode. We go off on tangents like movies that are kinda long to watch, how Zeonic is terrible with podcast funds and spends those on himself (i.e. EBAY WHY YOU GOTTA USE PAYPAL ALL THE TIME?), and a whole lot more I didn’t write down on my notes when I went to edit this episode. Oh yea, Cody is our number one fan on this podcast, because we mostly read off his comments, because he mostly comments.
1:20:00-1:49:15: Jonn and Zeonic get to blow off mass amount of steam and laugh our butts off at how wonderfully terrible Sword Art Online has become since we last talked about it in October or so. We can assume that it has to be one of Toonami’s best comedy shows on the block, because I have never laughed so hard talking about an anime in a really long time. Oh yea, Archer Vice is where its at.
1:49:15-2:25:44: We then get to talk about the other shows on Toonami, like how One Piece is getting REEEEALLY good in the Water 7 arc, Josh and Jonn discuss the other shows on the block and how they are doing, Clint Eastwood is cool with JoJo’s, and we discuss our thoughts on how great a show like Space Dandy is coming together. We then end it off with closing remarks of people on twitter who don’t want to sell sushi, how Chris Chan’s coffee maker started the fire, Josh won a Toonami T-shirt, and weeaboo’s in school. Of course, all this and more.
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JR, I THINK HES GONNA JUMP FROM THE STATUE!!!
This is a tribute…. to the greatest song in the world…
A product of AnimEigo dubs in the 90’s…
Also known as: “I’m just gonna call her Arena, like Sports Arena.”
Or also: “I live my life, one quarter mile at a time…”
Download Episode HERE! (Total Time: 1:57:01)
The time as finally come, where Zeonic decides to sit down and watch JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. After over a year of constant mentioning from his co-hosts, he decides to take the plunge into a manga/anime series filled with 60’s to 80’s prog-rock music band character names, over the top action, and the ability to ripple. All I can say is, this is pretty good stuff if you haven’t seen it yet.
Of course, we bring up other slightly-on-to-totally-off topic JoJo things such as The Fast and the Furious movies, music references in the JoJo’s series, how the JoJo manga did in the states, angry religious parties, dissing on Toon Radio, recent South Park episode talk, the amount of podcast we have recorded in our 2 and a half year podcasting lifespan, and much more. I did include a Christmas Bonus at the end of this episode, so its an extra treat to the ears.
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In case you guys missed the BRACK FRIDAY South Park episodes…
Your about to see a lot of images about the name Joey JoJo…
Also known as: “WE HAVE A THONG?!”
This was an episode I was personally not present at, and for good reason. I think the reason is just in the name itself… Foodfight. But that’s ok, because my other co-host’s Jonn and Josh took on the daunting task to review this with our “internet correspondent”DaftPunkFan (because it was Daft idea to begin with, go figure).
Foodfight is an interesting mess of a movie it seems, as the gang discusses how it was first formed, the financial issues involved, how ex A-List actors got attached to this film, and a lot more. As you will probably guess while listening to this episode, this is a piece of film Daft holds in high regard, as he talks about how he wants to buy every merchandise that exist for this film. Daft also gets to open up a little more to talk about his drunken frat boy stories, how he met Tommy Wiseau and other cool things that he says is cool for a hipster like him.
The gang also mentions how DeMarco removes the on-air schedule from Adult Swim, how the audio is a train wreck (like the film, so it fits), shows without their laugh tracks, our ongoing thoughts about a certain online radio station, and talks about other crappy CGI movies. All this and more in this weeks episode.
Download Episode HERE (Total Time: 1:17:17)
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Gah, I wonder if people play this…
Also known as: “CO-CO-CO-CO-CON PAMPLET!”
For this week, our very own VeemonJosh talks about about his experience at this years Connecticon. He goes on to spin his tales of checking out the Dr. Who panels, him cosplaying as Jotaro from Kamen Rider, meeting Jon St. John, and more. Then we move right along with the review of Beware the Batman with our “internet correspondent” DaftPunkFan.
And like the usual fare, there are the typical audio issues (mostly in the beginning… and whenever Daft talked), going off ramblings on animated series in general where we mention the current season of Venture Bros, general comics talk (mostly on the DC/Batman universe), picking on people who host online radio stations, my brief thoughts on the George Zimmerman case, and much much more.
I also wanted to point out, we have a Donate page on the right hand side of the website. If you wish to send something our way to help the podcast out, then you are more then welcome too. If you are curious what we plan on doing with the money you send us, I have that all listed under the donate page. Even if you don’t feel obligated to donate at this time, or your that broke, still continue to listen to us free of charge. That is one thing that will never change, and you can count on that!
Download Episode HERE: (Total Time: 2:14:23 )
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Also known as: “Did he say ‘French Hookers’?”
Were taking a brief detour break from our Gundam month, because well… we don’t have Turn A Gundam ready yet, or even recorded. However, I’ve had these ‘leftovers’ of recording material for months now that I just didn’t know what to do with all of them. So, I decided to just COMBINE THEM ALL IN ONE EPISODE!! That’s right guys, I was really lazy and just put 4 previous, unedited, recordings into one podcast episode, because I think that might be the best course of action. I should warn, this is close to the 6 HOUR MARK!!! So, I don’t expect anyone to sit through this whole thing at once (god help you if you do.)
I am, however, nice enough to give time sections to what we talked about, so if you wanna skim to a certain point or you wanna know where we are at (which, we don’t even know where were at most of the time), look at the time on the episode and see if it corresponds with the time on whats written below.
Also, I will issue a challenge to anyone who can listen to this whole episode by the time our next episode comes out. Whoever is the first to comment on this post saying they did it, will get my thanks for wasting your time listening to this podcast. Or… I’ll think of something legit, I dunno. So, here we go:
0’00-1’33-ish: This was recorded sometime in October of 2012 with our last podcast. This is us discussing the Black Dynamite show/movie with our “internet correspondent” DaftPunkFan, which he also gives his tale at Another Anime Convention 2012. We also go off topic to talk about Disney shows, and me defending/discussing late 1990’s MTV cartoons. And Daft talks about Eden of the East for a bit also.
1’33’30-1’48’17: Me and Jonn decide to critique a podcast episode at Toon Radio Science. I think critiquing is the appropriate term. Recording back in January…something.
1’48’17-3’34’40: This was our CN Upfront discussion that was announced like late January/early February with Daft, Josh, Jonn and I. We also talked a bit about Hulk Hogan and Check it Out! on Adult Swim, along with other things.
3’34’40-5’49’47 :I sat this one out as Jonn, Josh and Daft talked about DC/Marvel properties such as Death of the Family, Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H, Ultimate Spider-Man, and Superman/Batman Apocalypse. They mention some guy who stalks people on AIM, as well as other things.
Site Disclaimer: I wanted to also point out, i’m working on a new podcast header, so I hope you’ll enjoy it. Ill keep this one up for now, but since i’m on spring break, ill have more time to tweak it a bit.
Download Episode HERE! (Total Time: 5’49’47)
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HULKAMANIA IS COMIN’ BACK, BROTHER!!!!