It's finally here! The fabled Clannad/Your Lie Episode!
In this episode, we put Clannad and Your Lie in April head-to-head in a comparison of feels and amazing storytelling! The first 20 minutes is spoiler-free but after that the spoilers will flow as necessary for the purpose of debate! You have been warned!
Episode OP/ED: [Your Lie in April] Hikaru Nara (English) by Sapphire
It's time for a new batch of show reviews!
This time Mac brings us Nagi no Asukara, the show that got him his spot on this show in the first place, and Kwoka brings a true Gainax classic in the form of Otaku no Video! Are they good? Should you watch them? You'll find out, as well as knowing all the things to tell your animu club friends to make sure they know you're the real deal!
Halfway through the season, it's time to ensure you have added this season's best shows to your Plan to Watch.
School wearing you down? Falling behind on Owarimonogatari? Still not sure how to feel about Concrete Revolutio? We are here to save the day! We've been bravely treading through the nonsense and gleefully enjoying the moe so you don't have to!
Episode OP/ED: [Shokugeki no Soma] Spice (English) by Kuraiinu
Ready for another guest?
This week we're joined by Sam, who goes by the name Kimiochi! We talk about old stuff and Sam hates on your favorite anime! Have a project you want to talk about and want to be a guest? Leave a comment and we'll see what we can do!
You can contact Sam via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Twitter @SamuelMesecher.
Ready to be told how to feel about two more shows?
This week, Som and Nick have some shows for you. To start it off, we'll talk about a prototypical highschool fight anime drowning in flashbacks. Should you watch it? Find out! Following that we delve into a long discussion on the merits of a very atmospheric movie covering the search for religion...maybe.
Episode OP/ED: [Gurren Lagann] Sorairo Days (English) by Sapphire
It's time for the first Guest Spot! With FateSteelTaylor of Reddit Infamy!
Want to hear from more people that just our resident experts* about how great chinese cartoons are? Well, look no further than this episode! We're joined by FateSteelTaylor from the r/Anime Subreddit community to talk about what it's like living in America watching Korean Dubs of Chinese Cartoons is like as well as his new Podcast. Also, be prepared for some technical racism.
FateSteelTaylor's Podcast can be found at: http://reanime.podomatic.com/
Waiting to find out what you should feel about the Fall 2015 Season so far? We've got you covered!
So you've started the Fall 2015 Anime Season, but you're just a little confused. You don't know how you feel about what could be your favorite or least favorite show. Your only option is to turn to the internet to find out how you should feel and what you should enjoy. Well, we're here to help! Our panel of "experts" will inform you of the feelings you have towards the best and worst anime of the season, so you can be sure you'll be the coolest kid at the anime club!
Episode OP/ED: [Your Lie In April] Hikaru Nara (English) by Sapphire
This week we review two very very different shows that feature cyborgs and androids!
Ready for some robot show reviews? From a teenage boy who gains the ability to transform into a mecha that would make Gundam Deathscythe jealous, to a little girl who wants nothing more than to be human, we have you covered.
Episode OP/ED: [Shokugeki no Soma] Spice (English) by Lemon & Kuraiinu
Tune in to hear multiple neck-beards talk about what they liked and didn't like in the Summer 2015 Anime Season!
Did Charlotte live up to the hype? Was Classroom Crisis a sleeper classic? Was GATE really just pretty propaganda? Find out in this episode, where we talk about the things we loved, and the things we hated out this last summer! What were your favorite shows of the season? Tell us what we were stupid to miss @AnimeSummit on Twitter!
Episode OP/ED: Nadeko vs Tsukihi: Renai Circulation vs Platinum Disco [Mashup] by Tang
In the first Anime Summit Genre episode, we discuss our history with Magical Girls.
From it's humble roots spawned by a Japanese fascination with an American TV show, to the long winded girls' shows of the 90s, and even further still to one of the most renown anime series of all time, Magical Girls have enthralled us for decades. Everyone remembers Sailor Moon from their childhood, and our hosts are here to tell you all about their experiences, thoughts, and feelings on the matter.
Episode OP/ED: [Kill la Kill] Sanbika (English) by Sapphire