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Savage Tweeting with Erin and Noah

by Zac Bertschy,

ANNCast 107- Savage Tweeting with Erin & Noah

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It's a slow news week, so what better time to kick back and relax? To help us out with that, it's Erin Finnegan, author of Shelf Life and co-host of the NinjaConsultants podcast along with her husband (and cohost) Noah Fulmor. They're here to chat about the giant mountain of anime they've seen lately and then go on a wild rollercoaster ride of nonstop Twitter questions, ranging from 1982's greatest anime movies to the best Ghibli flicks to Shonen Jump Alpha to Dungeons & Dragons alignments to Batman! THAT'S RIGHT!

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NSFW Language Warning: Yep, some foulmouthed antics up in here.

ANNCast episode 107 breakdown

00:55 What we've been watching: One Piece, Fractale, ICE, .hack//Quantum, Broken Blade and some other stuff


42:30 The benefits of being an anime fan in New York City

50:10 What happens if nobody pays for anime anymore?!

58:20 Anime drinking games!

01:07:50 This podcast is haunted by the ghost of Flame of Recca

01:18:00 What western animation can learn from anime and vice versa

01:32:00 Shonen Jump Alpha and more! In fact there's a whole lot more in this show than just what's listed here!!

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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