Viewers Like You: We Love the 90s
by Zac Bertschy,
ANNCast 077 - Viewers Like You: We Love the 90s
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It's a call-out show! You know the drill - a bunch of folks, a bunch of topics.
But right up front Ed Chavez from Vertical drops by with a super fun licensing announcement! Can you guess what the title is? You probably already read about it on the front page! But listen to Ed anyway. He's fun.
Then Brian Hanson drops by for a little Answerman 'n Gundam chat, Hannah wants to know if her generation coming of age will impact the anime industry, Nick chats about Tezuka Sex (just listen, it'll all make sense), Michael loves him some Fullmetal Alchemist and then Mike Toole drops by the clubhouse to root around in the forgotten dreams of the anime DVD bubble. Oh, and also Game of Thrones and that awful new Pirates movie.
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NSFW Language Warning: Plenty of salty language, so if you're watching your sodium intake, consult your doctor.
ANNCast Episode 77 Breakdown
00:30 Ed Chavez from Vertical stops by with some exciting license news! It's GTO time!
24:40 Brian Hanson comes aboard to chat a little about Answerman, but mostly about Gundam
40:00 Hannah wants to know if her generation - folks who were kids in the mid-late 90s - coming of age will have any impact on the anime industry
54:30 Nick on Tezuka sex. More directly, Tezuka's use of sex.
01:13:30 Michael's all about the new Fullmetal Alchemist movie
01:22:30 Mike Toole drops in to uncover forgotten "gems" from the DVD bubble. Also Game of Thrones! it's dinklage time
And that's it! See you next time!
Theme Song: "Bucharest" by The New Division. Check them out on iTunes!
Special thanks to Phillip Harrington for designing and creating the ANNCast logo.
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