Kicking it old school with another late 1980s OVA, we find out what happens when you supply officers of the law with combat vehicles. This podcast unpacks the important questions posed by Dominion Tank Police: can too many explosions be a bad thing? The beginning of Fate/stay night is also touched on before we get sidetracked into looking at some top 10 anime lists trying to prove whether or not popular opinion can be trusted.
There’s no I in TANK!
Our producer said we’re spending too much time reading your comments on the air but we’re not afraid of him. If you want to leave your thoughts on this episode we’ll make sure they’re kept safe in the mailbag until next time.
Welcome, let’s get down to business! In this episode Laven reveals what really happened during his most recent jaunt in Japan. Then Jack talks about what anime he’s watched recently, including but not limited to Sakura Quest, KonoSuba, Love Live! Sunshine!!, Sound of the Sky, Diebuster, Bananya, and BanG Dream! There’s even some time left over to take a look at some anime news!
Hot take: Aqua is an “unredeemable, terrible terrible girl.” Precious followers speak now or forever hold your peace!
Keep scrolling past the break to see the photographs from the Japan trip referenced in the podcast. Don’t get into legal trouble while in a foreign country!
It’s been a hot minute but now we’re back to discuss Sakura-Con 2017! The Good Patrick joined us to celebrate Sakura-Con’s 20th year anniversary and what a wild ride it was. Despite the lack of an Anime Jeopardy panel, there was more than enough fun to be had at the oldest and largest anime convention in the northwest.
Good Patrick surveys a brave new world.
Please be sure to listen until the end to hear some incredible advertisements for the convention brought to you by Doctor Pat, who holds a PhD in anime marketing!
Face front, true believers! In this episode the Anibros work through some family matters in the smallest corner of anitwitter before bringing you an important news bulletin and lending a sympathetic ear in the first edition of our newly syndicated advice column. All this plus an update on what anime we’ve ingested since the last time we rapped, culminating in our review of Your Name.
Relationship status: it’s complicated.
In the interest of fairness, I will disclose here that this episode may contain plot details for Your Name that could be considered spoilers. But even if you haven’t seen the film, please listen to this episode because you still get almost an hour of content before we get into spoilers. And if you HAVE seen the film, you have no excuse: listening is mandatory.
Do you want to learn Japanese? This is the episode you’ve been waiting for! Our guest this time is Jennifer, a Japanese to English translator and administrator of Japanese Talk Online. She brings loads of tips on studying Japanese and we put a modicum of effort into staying on topic long enough to discuss them. しょうがないわね…
Be careful when choosing a Japanese instructor, as not all teachers are created equal.
Get this— if you knew Japanese, nothing could stop you from watching all the anime you wanted! Not even your real-life responsibilities!
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!