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Toonami Faithful Podcast #155 – This One Calls for the Double-Disclaimer or… Aaaaw Here It Goes!

We start off the episode with some recent news regarding Toonami Asia, Attack on Titan, Dragon Ball and a series that was just announced for Toonami at Anime Expo.

We continue on to our show recaps in which we debate our opinions on story developments in KILL la KILL and Sword Art Online. Not surprisingly this leads to a lengthy conversation about KILL la KILL and an epically long debate for this particular episode of Sword Art Online II.

Lastly we read a few listener emails and Colt is back to spice things up with his unique commentary.

Your hosts this week are Sketch, Paul, Darrell and Jim with special guest from the Toonami Faithful Data Monkey Colt Buhr aka AmbientVirus

00:00 – Intro
02:18 – Toonami News
28:48 – Breaking News
30:17 – KILL la KILL Recap
48:08 – Sword Art Online II Recap
1:52:37 – This Week on Toonami
2:00:44 – Listener Mail
2:04:03 – Sign-Off

Music Credits:

“Let Me Hear” by Fear, and Loathing in Las Vegas
“Ambiguous” by GARNiDELiA
“Ignite” by Eir Aoi

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  • starss

    I tried uploading this to my iPod since I am subscribed to the ITunes list, but it wasn’t on it when I tried to listen on the trip back from my vacation. 🙁 Now I gotta make time later to listen to this elsewhere.

  • LordTerminal

    I recommend looking up a let’s play on Yo-Kai Watch by Tomato, the guy who did the fan translation for Mother 3, and his friend Poe (the Let’s Play is under the name Poemato) as a means to gauge whether or not the games are at least worth playing for you. That’s what I’m doing. (I always try to pick 2 or 3 titles from franchises I’ve never experienced each year just to broaden my range beyond just the big league companies)

    But yeah, I’m pretty sure part of the reason Yo-Kai Watch has it’s niche cult fanbase here in the west already has to do with that Steve Jobs shark I linked to when the news broke. Because everything else outside of the games, looks reeeeeeeaaaaaaaaally juvenile. Even for a kid’s product.