ANNCast
Toole Runnings

by Zac Bertschy & Justin Sevakis, Sep 24th 2009


ANNCast Episode 007 - Toole Runnings

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It's lucky number seven this week on the ANNCast! We start out chattin' about Cencoroll, which both of us saw last week, and then Justin talks about his haul from the Meltdown Comics one-dollar manga blowout sale in Hollywood. Then, it's an in-depth look at the terrible, horrible, no good very bad utterly hilarious "Samurai X" dub Sony dumped on their new Crackle video portal.

Then we bring in Mike Toole for a chat about the world of freelance writing and then it's all obscure old wacky dubs you've never heard of!

Then we take some sweet Twitter questions from viewers like you. How can you miss this episode??

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NSFW Language Warning: The usual amount of F-bombs make their appearance. You'll live!

ANNCast Episode 007 Breakdown

00:00 A Disclaimer!

00:16 Host Intros

00:21 Cencoroll discussion

00:44 A soda interrupts everything

1:04 Cencoroll continued

5:42 Meltdown Comics' manga blowout

10:15 Justin and Zac aren't big on manga anyway

11:44 Justin inflicts the Samurai X Sony dub on Zac, and tears are shed

15:23 Break! Witness a beautifully performed conversation between Samurai X's "Cory" and "Yoshi" (formerly known as Kaoru and Yahiko)

16:04 Mike Toole joins the fray, discusses the world of freelance writing in 2009

22:13 Dubs that Time Forgot but Toole Remembers... extensively!

32:55 The status of Mike's future videos for ANN

33:40 Twitter questions: Shows we're still unapologetically enthusiastic about, DVD extras going extinct, image songs and drama CDs, discovering talented animators, a good review vs. a bad one, and classic literature adapted into anime.

Have questions for the ANNCast crew? Tweet 'em to @ANNZac! Or check out the community forums thread about the show, or send email questions to zac@animenewsnetwork dot com!


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