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Hosts Mitchell, Reed, and Blake are the creative team behind Anime Boys Podcast. When the Boys aren’t busy fighting over who would win in a fight between Goku and Saitama, you can catch them diving into your favorite classic anime like Studio Ghibli, Dragonball Z, and Bleach and more recent anime like My Hero Academia, Attack On Titan and Black Clover. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mitchell-pittman/support
 
We love all things anime and on this podcast we will discuss everything from which animes are the best for beginners, to our favorite anime theme songs, and even weekly reviews of the latest anime episodes. We will cover a variety of different anime shows as well as our favorites from Studio Ghibli. If you want to talk about anime, this is the podcast for you.
 
Join Alison Autumn June (@alison_coffee) and Em Marko (@em_being) on a journey through the entire filmography of Studio Ghibli twice a week! We take questions, talk about Miyazaki’s love of all things aerial, and generally relax in the balm of some of the most delightful anime on earth. Take a break and join us!
 
Through the Deakin University Indigenous Knowledge Systems Lab, we have unlikely, borderline seditious and kind of inappropriate yarns with surprising people about how an Indigenous complexity science lens can be applied to solving the world's most wicked problems. There's gold at the margins, but almost no trigger warnings, so enter at your peril. Podcast artwork "Blackfulla Ratatouille" by Baradha woman Eden Thomas. Intro music by The Murri Ghibli Fangirls.
 
Welcome to the Ghibliotheque, the podcast that leafs through the library of films from the world’s greatest animation studio, Studio Ghibli. Michael Leader (Little White Lies, Sight & Sound), an avowed Ghibli fanatic, is sitting down with Jake Cunningham (The Independent, BFI), who has never seen any of the Studio’s work before. Together they'll be looking at the history behind Ghibli's films (including Spirited Away, My Neighbour Totoro and Princess Mononoke), getting a critical perspective ...
 
Hi everyone! We’re Maii and Anica, and welcome to Kdrama Convos: A Mother Daughter Duo. We’re a Mom and daughter who love all things Kdrama. Here we’ll talk all about our favorite Asian shows and characters, the amazing actors and actresses, memorable moments, and the best songs. Every now and then we’ll explore the world of Cdramas and Jdramas. Come join the fun as we chat about the hottest actors and the world’s best dramas. Connect with us on our socials @Kdrama Convos.
 
Tank Riot is a never dull audio podcast that digs deep into the minds of Viktor, Sputnik, and Tor. Each podcast starts you on a winding audio journey with destinations such as Fritz Haber, Edward Bernays, William Henry Harrison, Woodrow Wilson, Hogan's Heroes, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Stranger Things, CFAA, Spectre, The Martian, Pope Francis's Global Warming Encyclical, Vincent van Gogh, John Carpenter, Nick Drake, Ada Lovelace, Deep State, Blaxploitation Films, Spaghetti Westerns, John Way ...
 
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The Animation Podcast

Ephraim Birney - Animation Critic, Animation Podcaster, Animation Industry Journalist

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The Animation Podcast, hosted by Ephraim Birney, is a weekly animation news, commentary, and review podcast. As a ardent and enthusiastic animation aficionado, Mr. Birney discusses what is going on in the animation industry, whether it’s Walt Disney Pictures Animation, Anime, Marvel Animation, DC Universe Animated Original Movies, an animated TV show that airs on Fox, FX, FXX, Comedy Central, Disney XD, Nickelodeon, or Cartoon Network, everything is up for grabs. Be warned: You will be edifi ...
 
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Celmates

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Celmates

Dick Ward & Kate Phillips

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An animated discussion, comparing and contrasting two animated features. They're often Disney (but not always), often musicals (but not always), and often good (but not always). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Suuuper Anime Podcast is a show that looks to entertain, inspire and inform you about anime. We provide our opinion and thoughts on various anime topics, as well examine these topics from a real-world perspective on what we can learn from anime. Whether you’re new to anime or a seasoned veteran, every week, we invite you to come listen, share and laugh with us :-). We hope every episode ignites your otaku spirit and leaves YOU feeling SUUUPER!
 
Living Japan discusses modern Japanese culture, social issues, current events and news, and many other Japan related topics. We aim to appeal to people who have lots of experience and knowledge on Japan as to those who are just beginning to learn about Japan or are thinking of coming here for short or long term stays. On the web, you can find us at livingjapanpodcast.wordpress.com Email us any questions or comments at livingjapanpodcast@gmail.com Thanks for listening!
 
Two librarians from opposing fandoms attempt to conquer the world of comics and manga. Why can’t comics and manga people get along? Librarians Angela Ocana and Kelly Quinn Chiu try to find common ground between Spider-Man readers and One Piece fans as they discuss comics, manga, anime, superhero movies and everything in between. Website: www.onepanellater.com Twitter: @onepanellater
 
Film Posers is a weekly podcast centered around film and television. Join four Boricua film and tv critics—Juan Mojica, Sofía Cintrón, Gabriela Burgos, and Josie Meléndez—in ranting, raving, and reviewing. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/filmposers/support
 
Moon Rabbit is a film analysis podcast at the intersection between modern mythology and the human psyche. Screenwriter and film analyst Adam Dobay brings in film industry creatives and researchers to explore the new mythologies behind films and TV series, from Studio Ghibli and cult anime classics to the new wave of progressive American animation. More episodes, videos and bonus resources on www.followthemoonrabbit.com
 
Two artists, and for lack of a better term 'Disney Goths,' Andrea Gilletti & Meagan Meli take you on an emotional rollercoaster through the past, present and future of the parks. Sometimes it's a world of laughter... sometimes a world of tears as they explore the history, artistry and nostalgic heart of themed entertainment.
 
The Metro-classic Japanese is your perfect guide to learning about Japanese culture. Kyota Ko, the writer of the blog "The Metro-classic Japanese" explains Japan and Japanese culture from perspectives of history, geography, food, art, business, politics, philosophy and entertainment, always with a dab of humor. | Blog: https://www.metro-classic-japanese.net | Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/metroclassicjapanese/ | Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themetroclassic/
 
Your Geek & Pop Culture Trivia Podcast! Each Level, Justin Madriaga, Joshua “Ish” Ishizaki, and Producer Hannah Moroz study a different geek topic to take on a guest End Boss who quizzes them on their geek specialty!
 
Join The Subtle Doctor, Vorgelia, Shadon and the occasional fabulous guest as we discuss, dissect and break down a different anime each episode. Also, you can get to know the hosts, which will likely cause you pain. Each of us cones from a different walk of life and is at a different stage in their anime journey, but we hope you'll come along for the ride. This podcast is probably bad, but we're kinda OK with that.
 
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808s and Joysticks

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808s and Joysticks

Tom Stone & Tairell Heywood-Brown

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808s and Joysticks brings together the creators love of music, gaming and films. An honest, opinionated and sometimes mature look at the world of pop culture. Topics covered include the latest news, releases and favorites of Tom and Tairell. A podcast that feels very different from the rest with something for music, gaming and film fanatics alike. Give it a try and see if this is for you!
 
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This week we are taking a short break from kdramas and talking about some Studio Ghibli films. Studio Ghibli is a Japanese animation studio that is known worldwide for their films. We are both very big lovers of Ghibli and have watched a lot of their films. Today we are talking about three films which are: Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, Spirit…
 
Ghibli's Spirited Away is undoubtedly one of the best films of all time, but fully "getting" what goes on in the movie may be difficult without some knowledge of Japanese culture. In this second part of the podcast series, Japanese culture researcher/enthusiast/The Metro-classic Japanese show host Kyota Ko will share with you insights that will hel…
 
Liv and LIz aka DoubleTrouble Cosplay on Instagram join me to talk shared fandoms! It's been over four years since a duo has joined me on the podcast and Liv and Liz do not disappoint in our conversations. We talk about their love for Max Max: Fury Road, the varied movies from Studio Ghibli, and our love of Avatar: The Last Airbender. We then talk …
 
Welcome to Watch. Review. Repeat. This is the podcast where two best friends discuss the latest in film and television and then do it all over again the following episode! Special guest Henrique Jaime guides Colton and Andrew to Ta Lo for this spoiler-filled second episode on the twenty-fifth entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, 'Shang-Chi and…
 
In Japan, Demon Slayer Mugen Train is the highest grossing anime and Japanese film of all time. Have we all been brain washed into believing the hype? Was this film really that good? $503m box office good. Discussion points Did we enjoy the movie Mugen Train? Did it live up to the hype? What worked well? What could have been better? What would rate…
 
On this episode, we go over the anime that's debuted for the Fall 2021 anime season - what's worth watching and what's probably skippable! New Series Definitely Worth Watching Sakugan Rumble Garandoll My Senpai is Annoying Faraway Paladin Heike Monogatari Ousama Rankings Takt.op Destiny Ganbare Douki Chan New Series Maybe Worth Watching Tsuki no La…
 
Melanie aka Magical Girl Melanie returns for her 3rd podcast appearance! We dive right in to talk about Disney. Not just any talk, but about Melanie's past employment at Disney as Drizella Tremaine. We talk about the entire employment process, from being hired, shows and pay, and of course, stories about interacting with park guests. Melanie talks …
 
On tonight’s episode of Anime Was (Not) A Mistake the fifth and final member of the inner senshi is revealed with Sailor Venus. Season 1 rapidly approaches its dramatic finale and the Silver Crystal is the object of everyone’s desire. Who is this mysterious Moon Princess and what of Sailor Moon’s affinity to Tuxedo Mask? The Moon Kingdom alights an…
 
Ranking of Kings is a brand new anime to Funimation, the first episode dropped and it got Jason so excited he told Nutty she had to do a podcast. This is the first Nutty Bites Anime episode where the series … Continue reading → The post Nutty Bites 203: Ranking of Kings – Nutty Bites Anime appeared first on NIMLAS Studios.…
 
Grab your gelatinous, gooey boyfriend because it’s time to get comfortable and watch Venom: Let There Be Carnage! Watch as Kasey recites the entire history of Marvel comics, James revolts against Marvel’s multiversal message, and Charlie plays angel’s advocate for his favorite bromance since him and James. Special thanks to our patrons Rachel DeLis…
 
The Animation Podcast Ep. 136 — The Animation Podcast is an official podcast of FilmBook. The Animation Podcast is an animation news podcast on the latest animation movie news and animation television show news. Each week, FilmBook contributor Ephraim Birney discusses that breaking United States and international news. ShownotesTop News Stories (1:…
 
A sedate and deep river of a yarn, no rapids today I'm afraid. Kianga Ford, a healer working with the walking wounded from gender skirmishes in the culture wars, yarns with me about cults, settler sexualities, relatedness, masculinity and femininity. We work together on the notion of "Will to Relation" as an Indigenous alternative to Nietzsche's "W…
 
Continuing on the Spook-tober theme, this week the dragons take a look at a classic trope in gothic and horror fiction: possession. Made more popular in the genre by films like The Exorcist, possession is an unsavoury subject, combining body horror with psychological terror. But where does the idea originate? What part does the human understanding …
 
The Film Posers had the opportunity to cover the New York Film Festival! Film Posers Josie and Gabriela were able to attend the festival in person. Listen on as they share their favorite films from NYFF and what you should anticipate! Please rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! Make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram…
 
We're gonna steal the Declaration of Independence. Sorry, no, we're going to fix National Treasure: Book of Secrets.That's right, we're finally tackling a Nicolas Cage movie!Sponsors:Podgo: https://podgo.co/Audible: https://audibletrial.com/sequelSaturday 30th October 2021 live stream featuring Em from Verbal Diorama: https://www.youtube.com/watch?…
 
The Posers are back with a second directorial breakdown. Join them as they discuss the king of gothic cinema, Tim Burton. Dive into the tenderly macabre style of Burton as they discuss Sleepy Hollow (1999), Corpse Bride (2005), Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007), and Dark Shadows (2012). Please rate, review, and subscribe whereve…
 
“It’s not easy to do the right thing, but at the end of the day it’s the right thing to do.” – Daffduff_art Welcome to another episode of Suuuper Anime podcast, Black History Month aka BHM edition. Where in the month of October we will be showcasing and speaking to black content creators on their chosen profession who are all either within the anim…
 
Australian economist Nicholas Gruen, working at the dangerous space in between economics and policy, puts my pop-science brain through boot camp, which I always appreciate, and tells me why complexity science and systems thinking are policy fads that won't last beyond the next election cycle. He talks me through a paper of his that I really love. O…
 
After becoming "best friends" due to our shared love of a Star Wars book series, Alana Owlet joins me to talk about her favorite fandoms! We dive right in with Star Wars. We talk about the books, movies, shows, and more. If you're a fan of the X-Wing book series, you need to listen to this episode! From there, we talk about another long running fan…
 
On behalf of the Galactic Federation, Anime Was (Not) A Mistake is investigating the 1984 film Locke the Superman. Colonel Ryu Yamaki recruits Locke, a legendary and seemingly immortal psychic, to combat the growing forces of the villainous Lady Kahn. Jessica Orin is a prodigal psychic who is central Lady Kahn's scheme, as her powers make her the i…
 
The Animation Podcast Ep. 135 — The Animation Podcast is an official podcast of FilmBook. The Animation Podcast is an animation news podcast on the latest animation movie news and animation television show news. Each week, FilmBook contributor Ephraim Birney discusses that breaking United States and international news. ShownotesTop News Stories (1:…
 
Nutty, Tek, Jason, and Jax dive into Scary Movies, or Spoopy movies to find the right movies for people like my Mom who are too scared to watch most scary movies. We help you ignore the gore, jumpscares, and exploitation … Continue reading → The post Nutty Bites 202: Scary movies for my Mom… or people who don’t like scary movies appeared first on N…
 
Grab your kyber crystals and Waifu Leia body pillows because it’s time to enjoy SOCRATIC CINEMA’S SEASON 5 PREMIERE: STAR WARS VISIONS! Watch as Kasey uses her prophetic powers to predict the future of Star Wars, James defends what is almost certainly the worst episode of the entire series, and Charlie (live from his mother’s basement) cries foul o…
 
Welcome to Watch. Review. Repeat. This is the podcast where two best friends discuss the latest in film and television and then do it all over again the following episode! Special guest Henrique Jaime joins Colton and Andrew for a non-spoiler conversation about the first Asian-led superhero film from Marvel Studios, 'Shang-Chi and the Legend of the…
 
In this second episode of the dragons' spooky-a-thon, Jules and Madeleine take a look at a selection of the most haunted buildings in Britain and Ireland. Once again following a murky, sometimes sordid and often bloody path through history, they examine the ghost stories that have grown up around these buildings, compare subjective experiences from…
 
Regular season content resumes and we're tackling not only one of the biggest names in 80s action but one of the biggest tonal shifts from film one to film two. And the first thing we have to fix is that awful title - so let's talk about Rambo: First Blood Part II.Check out our various rewards and tiers on patreon:www.patreon.com/sequelisersSponsor…
 
Luke Craven, complexitorian and Design Director at the Australian Taxation Office, yarns up about the fallacies and pitfalls of complexity theory and systems thinking. We decide the biggest fallacy is that it is culturally neutral, and take a deep dive into the dominant culture of the discipline. We talk about the ecosystem of the complexity commun…
 
“After George Floyd’s murder, I felt like I could be doing more with my time and in fandom…” – Ash Beardguy On this episode we had the Giant Shooty Robots! (formerly Build Casters) co-host, Melanated Mecha Bro and Audio Engineer, Ash Beardguy, as one of our honoured guests as part of our Black History Month series celebrating Black content creators…
 
Another Floridian joins me! Jacky Leung aka Death by Mage joins me to talk about some of his favorite fandoms. We kick things off with an in-depth discussion on Babylon 5 (prior to the CW announcement). From there, we discuss Netflix's Lupin series. Then we get to Tabletop Roleplaying Games. We talk about how he got into TTRPG's, and the work he do…
 
Today we are talking all about tropes. There are many different tropes but some of the ones we talk about include: contract relationship, met as kids, and friends to lover. We had a lot of fun talking about a ton of different shows and their tropes! There is time stamps below saying the trope and then the shows we talk about. 2:15 Contract Relation…
 
The hunt for the Rainbow Crystals at Anime Was (Not) A Mistake is on as we continue our season 1 watch of Sailor Moon. In order to find what we need we must confront a bevy of minor characters that may or may not show up later. A little psychic boy, a slacker shrine attendant, and a fat cat, how can we even manage? With the threat of the Dark Kingd…
 
On this episode of the podcast, we review the shows I finished from the Summer 2021 anime season, as well as a review of each entry in the Star Wars Visions anime anthology. Anime Discussed Star Wars Vision - New AOTS Kobayashi's Dragon Maid S2 - Sequel AOTS / OP and ED of the Season Ore Tsushiima - Short AOTS The Time I Was Reincarnated As A Slime…
 
The Film Posers sit down and break down the 2009 cult classic Jennifer's Body. Please rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! Make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @FilmPosers and subscribe to our YouTube channel for interviews, reviews, and more. Cover art designed by Josie Meléndez (@thejosiemarie). --- This episode…
 
Helluva yarn with Arpad Maksay, Hungarian/Tamil marketing, tech and Kendo guru, on rule governed violence, gendered violence and the weird intersection of martial arts, finance and tech. We give our cold-takes on NFT's and wonder about how crypto can be called a currency when it's obviously just another class of digital asset. We also come up with …
 
Jen joins Nutty and Tek as they talk about the upcoming challenges for this fall and winter. Nerds with Voices have Horrorfest coming up. Nutty and Melissa have put together Creativefest with a series of prompts you can follow to … Continue reading → The post Nutty Bites 201: Upcoming Challenges, Horrorfest, Creativefest, and 12 Days of Podcasting …
 
It's October! 'Tis the season - the spooky season :) Kicking off this year's run up to Samhain/ Hallowe'en, Jules and Madeleine revisit the subject of cursed objects. Following a trail through history, folklore, mythology and urban legends, the dragons take a look (once more) at what makes an object 'cursed' and how this feeds into the realm of sto…
 
The Film Posers had the opportunity to cover the Toronto International Film Festival! We were able to attend the festival virtually. Listen on as we share our favorite films from TIFF and what you should anticipate! Please rate, review, and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! Make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @FilmPosers and su…
 
WARNING!!! This episode contains many loud moments of spontaneous laughter so be ready to adjust the volume. Signed -D-man. Gav-man and D-man find themselves with two special guests; Robin and Bri, two friends that came aboard to help out! Come along on an extra long special episode that delves into LGBTQ+ representation across many different genre…
 
Over the past 20 years, fans have had a growing voice and more channels to reach filmmakers and studios. But does catering to audience demands result in better movies? We break down the various ways films nod towards the fans, and discuss what impact this has had on some of our favourite franchises.Sponsors:Db - Use code POD10 for 10% off https://b…
 
“I would like to leave behind a legacy like Maya Angelou and Toni Morrison with my manga/illustrative art.” On this episode we had Gigi Murakami (Koyuki Panda) who is an American freelance illustrator and manga (comic) creator. She specializes in traditional mixed media ink and color illustrations, and manga art. She has been featured in publicatio…
 
Fictional Schools often seem more magical than the schools we went to, but really, which schools would you want to go to? Did you want to go to the one where students often were eaten or declared missing, or where … Continue reading → The post Nutty Bites 200: Fictional Schools we wished we went to appeared first on NIMLAS Studios.…
 
Fellow Central Floridian Briona aka StitchesandSpells on Instagram joins me to talk about some of her favorite fandoms. We talk about growing up a Star Wars fan and her continued passion in the long running fandom. She then talks about the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina series that Netflix carried. We then continue on the Netflix journey with Stran…
 
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