ANNCast All-Star Supernerds
by Zac Bertschy and Justin Sevakis, Aug 26th 2011
ANNCast 087- All-Star Supernerds
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It's been a while since we've set up the Bat Signal, so joining us this week are Mike Toole and Daryl Surat, and we talk about anime. A lot. We chat about Redline and Spice and Wolf and Tiger & Bunny and a whole lot of other stuff.
But that's not all! This episode is about as close to what it would be like if you were having beers with the lot of us, so you've been warned. We also get in to revisiting The Matrix and what that whole franchise really represents now, what the word "Fan" should mean, Justin's love of teenage ennui, the slashfic potential of both Otter Pops and Severus Snape x Daryl, and more. It's a fun time - if you can handle it.
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NSFW Language Warning: This one is pretty inappropriate altogether.
ANNCast Episode 87 Breakdown
00:40 Mike & Daryl introduction and what we've been watching
14:30 What's up with that G4 Marvel anime?
18:50 REDLINE for the countless people who wanted us to talk about this, also we speculate on why it flopped
33:30 Spice 'n Wolf II chat
41:20 What is a fan? A miserable little pile of secrets!
47:20 Fandom = Fanfic and all that entails
51:00 Twitter time! For more than an hour! We take the usual V-guy 14-parter, whether or not "obscure" is still relevant as a term, worst OVAs ever, and much much much - much much more!
And that's it! See you next week!
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Theme Song: "Bucharest" by The New Division. Check them out on iTunes!
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