As red-blooded American males, we just can’t get enough romance stories. That’s why in this episode we decide to review the greatest love story ever told: Toradora! Thanks to these meddling kids we had to feel emotions and stuff. We laughed, we cried, it was better than Cats!
Let’s put a smile on that face!
When you’re dealing with the palmtop tiger don’t forget one thing: a good supply of bodybags.
We’re interrupting our hibernation to bring you a preview of all the new anime scheduled to premiere this season. It’s a new year, and that means a fresh new layer of anime has been dumped on top of the now frozen landscape of unwatched shows that we’ve been neglecting. It all sounds so good though! Well, maybe not all of it…
Do you remember how many breads you have eaten in your life?
Please send us a kotatsu if you have one to spare, we’re freezing to death over here with only the dim glow of our televisions to keep us warm!
We finally conclude our review of every anime on Netflix! In this episode you can find completely accurate and honest descriptions of every show from Lagrange: The Flower of Rin-ne to Yuki Yuna is a Hero. If you’ve made it this far you might as well finish the job. Mama didn’t raise no quitter!
One red flag you should never ignore: eating the bouquet.
Last time on the Anibros Podcast: Patrick revealed the rankings of every anime on Netflix from AJIN: Demi-Human through Dinosaur King. This time we continue the journey, from Durarara!! to Kuromukuro. We also bring you an extemporaneous word from our sponsors!
Look at that booty / show me the booty / Give me the booty / I want the the booty
Listen in for a whole heap of fun! No one has ever died from watching too much anime yet!
It’s a new world order and the wolfpack is back! Patrick is running the show because he has watched every single anime that the video on demand service Netflix has available. To make things even more interesting, he makes us guess how well received each of them are based on the user reviews. Savor it!
If I learned anything from Flatland, attempting to introduce 3D in a 2D world doesn’t end well.
Our apologies for taking so long to post a new episode. We’re going to review every anime on Netflix and we’re only up to Dinosaur King, so rest assured we’ll be back with more as soon as possible!
Still suffering post-con depression? It’s time to analyze Kumoricon 2016, empirically the best Kumoricon to date! We’ll bring you the sights the sounds of over 7000 nerds breaking in the Oregon Convention Center.
Bandai vs. Capcom
Remember to leave a comment on what YOUR favorite season of Digimon is. Until next time- that’s all folks!
So they’re finally here, performing for you! This time the Anibros explore Laven’s fear of vampires following his belated viewing of Bakemonogatari. We also trade opinions on the recent conclusion of the anime adaption of Re:ZERO. Aside from some other gags, that’s pretty much it for this time! If you know the words, you can join in too!
French maids in my Japanese anime? It’s more likely than you think.
One more thing! We need you to vote on who you want to make a guest appearance on a future episode of the Anibros Podcast! We don’t believe in a two-party system, so please write in a candidate and rock the vote!
Hey, have you heard the new episode of the Anibros podcast? It’s really great! They talk about some of the hottest new shows, and there’s a special review of the top ten must-watch anime! These boys have curated a list of great recommendations that all self-respecting fans of the medium should seek out. The Essential Anime, if I do say so myself. Why take my word for it? I recorded this podcast!
*tips space fedora*
Don’t believe me? Listen for yourself! I dare you to!
Welcome to the most exciting* episode of the Anibros ever! This week** we review*** the Spring 2016 anime season, and confirm to each other how great Bakuon!! is. We also talk about all the other anime we’ve been watching since last time and entertain**** you with lots of interesting***** topics!
Brought to you by Coke! TASTE THE FEELING******
*Arguably not exciting
**There was no episode last week and there will be no episode next week
****Not guaranteed to entertain
*****Legally categorized as interesting in one state
******Not affiliated with Coca-Cola in any way
Oh how the mighty have fallen! What was at one time a weekly podcast has suffered a lethargic release schedule due to our hectic, globetrotting lifestyles. It’s only natural that our episode detailing the events of Sakura-Con 2016 is two months late! Get ready to relive the biggest party the Washington State Convention Center has ever seen!
A band of maids! BAND-MAID!
You didn’t forget about us, did you? Leave a comment below on how you’ve been since last time.