Anison and Jpop DJ Level 2 Esper joins us for a 3/4-hour mix of new tracks and classic jams. Hit the jump for links and a tracklist.
We’re breaking from the formula this week: revisiting our regular segment “My Oh no, Anime! List”, examining some anime that are having their 20th anniversary in 2017, and answering a LOT of your listener questions!
We’re at the midway point of the Fall 2017 season so it’s time to discuss what shows we’ve dropped and what shows we’re still wrapped up in. We also continue our new segment that we’re calling My Oh no, Anime! List where this time around, we discuss Rurouni Kenshin.
Anime remixer and notable producer android52 joins us in the mix for the inaugural episode of Oh no, Anime! Radio, and the set is a hot one. Check it out in the player above and hit the jump for the tracklist and relevant links.
Marc takes a deep dive into horror manga author and artist Junji Ito and his long-form works, and analyzes what makes them so unique.
It’s time to wrap-up the summer 2017 anime season that was, while also fellating Anime Weekend Atlanta on how good of a convention it is, and continuing a new (hit) segment. Oh also, lots of other stuff too.
Patrick takes a look at why TV anime studios are producing more films nowadays, and why that results in a steady stream of original content.
Music for this video in order of appearance:
Tofubeats – I Believe in You (Cherryboy Function Remix)
Patlabor is without a doubt one of anime’s most under-appreciated franchises. Join Marc in this video tour, as he takes you through the history and legacy of Patlabor: A Forgotten Franchise.
The summer anime season is here in a big way, so of course we had to talk about it in-depth. That’s pretty much the entire show this time around, so settle in and let’s talk about some anime.
All intro/break/outro music for this episode is by Toshiki Kadomatsu and can be found on YouTube:
Intro: Lucky Lady Feel so Good
Break: Fly by Day
Outro: Take You to the Sky High
This is an extended version of a clip from the film “The Kingdom of Dreams an Madness” that we threw together in our spare time because we felt the original was lacking a certain emotional oomph. You can watch the original clip below: