Operation Podcast Drop

by Zac Bertschy,

ANNCast 075 - Operation Podcast Drop

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There's no first segment this week because there was simply too much Colony Drop goodness to go around! David, Jeff and Sean from the controversial and popular blog stop by to talk about their mission at the site, the horrors of fandom (and other fans), the worst habits of anime bloggers and just what it is they want from a convention. We also get in to Madoka Magica, their controversial early language choices and a whole lot more! Then, of course, it's Twitter time! For like 45 minutes! There can never be enough Twitter time!

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NSFW Language Warning: This episode has more swearing in it than probably any other we've done. Cover your virgin ears.

ANNCast Episode 75 Breakdown

00:20 David, Sean and Jeff introduction, how and why Colony Drop was born unto this earth

15:00 Colony Drop's decidedly dicey reputation for being meanies

21:00 Colony Drop's favorite targets

28:00 Their 'editorial policy' so to speak

38:50 Those oh-so-controversial terms they used for 'anime'

43:00 Conventions!

48:10 Twitter time! Madoka Magica, mecha anime, "Shit Otaku Say", not one but two well-respected anime films with wildly inappropriate rape scenes for different reasons, Masami Obari and more!!

And that's it! See you next time!

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