The top podcast for discussion of Japanese movies.
Nerdy pals Anne and Marcus are coming straight to your ears every other week to talk all things niche and obscure video games! If you like games from Japan, retro oddities, and a dash of anime, this is the podcast for you!
Join us as we deep dive into individual BL titles, be it manga, web comics, or M/M romance, plus our minisodes give you a quick look at hot new titles. New episodes monthly. Hosted By BLGardenDFW.
J David Osborne and Kelby Losack talk to DIY rappers, filmmakers, and writers about Japanese extreme cinema. Old episodes of The JDO Show are archived here.
Otaku Spirit Animecast is a series of podcast episodes that focus on the Anime culture. Reviews, News, and tons of discussion. Stuff for all anime fans, from anime fans.
Ever lament how they ruined your favorite manga by making an anime out of it and you can't imagine it can get any worse? Think again. We watch all of the live action remakes so you don't have to.
A podcast where two pals journey through the works of manga superstar group CLAMP, one project at a time.
The Podcast On Fire Network aims to provide a large, continually expanding overview of Asian cinema. On the flagshow Podcast On Fire, the big guns out of Hong Kong cinema gets a spotlight through discussion and review while the remainder of the network shows gives you insight into Japanese, Korean, Taiwanese cinema and the history of adult oriented Hong Kong cinema!
Weekly podcast dedicated to hentai anime & manga, Hello Kitty, and news from Japan. Periodic episodes include convention coverage, interviews, and gaming. Welcome back to the Happy House.
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Anibros is the ramblings of two guys who are are semi-versed in the world of "The Japanimation".
Exploring Japanese pop culture through a feminist lens
Zack Long and Kelly Warner watch and discuss Japanese horror films, from the latest to the greatest classics; the freakiest and the geekiest.
We have one mission: To make your anime addiction worse! We're a podcast for all anime addicts out there! Those who love anime, manga, cosplay, conventions, and just about everything else that has to do with the world of Japanese Animation can find everything they need to remain hopelessly addicted to anime!
Join us as we lick our blades, banter and ramble on, and provide in depth reviews of some of our favorite (and not so favorite) Anime, Kaiju, Martial Arts, Chambara, and Asian films. You can find out more about our show, all of our previous episodes, and our show notes at our blog: bladelickingthieves.wordpress.com
We're a group of friends who enjoy drinking craft beer and watching anime. Sound like an interesting mix to you? Well come and listen to our podcast! We do weekly coverage of anime old and new, all while drinking a different beer every week. Find our Shots content at AoD Shots!
Hosted by BL Garden of DFW.
Two entirely out-of-touch ex-pat English teachers in Japan wax lyrical about Science Fiction.
Movies from HELL is a Podcast and Website for those who fancy fine Cult, Horror, Exploitation, Experimental and Weird Film.
The show that teaches you how to appreciate the theatrical world of professional wrestling!
Yet Another Anime Podcast follows in the proud tradition of otakus and weeabos exploring the world of Japanese animation known as anime by providing anime reviews and recommendations from one guy's brain
An After Dark Network Show where Nic reviews a film as he walks to, and from, the cinema and sometimes other nonsense
Duncan and Angus Just 2 guys, talking smack, making each other laugh and just having fun. We are here for your entertainment. Bringing you quizzes, interesting facts, friendly banter and a lot of dad jokes.
Otaku, a creature of the dark. Some people have heard of them, but have you actually seen one? Two friends unite to talk about the world, their tastes, the universe and everything. The catch? They are two filthy weebs.
Key Frames is a podcast where we talk about anime the way it should be talked about. Join us as we cast a critical eye on that animation out of Japan!
Bilingual Owarai comedians residing in Tokyo talk about what's big in Japan.
A podcast driven by a community of Anime, Manga, Light Novel, and Video Game enthusiasts that talk about the thing we love, whenever we feel like it.
Cinema Red Pill is a film podcast by Uganda based cinephiles Sharon Rwakatungu (@sharonrwaky), Timothy Niwamanya (@Sir_Tesh) and Joel Tugaineyo (@jntugaineyo). Listen for movie reviews and commentary every week. We talk about classic and contemporary films from Africa and everywhere else. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Joe, Kevin and Bish as they go down the proverbial rabbit hole of anime. They’ll be exploring a new show each month, each with their own slew of laughs, sorrows, and most of all, betrayals. Sit back, enjoy the moments, and remember to stay sexy.
We like Anime and Manga. We like to talk. So here's a podcast where we talk about Anime and Manga every 2 weeks.
Reviews, news, and more covering anime, manga, and video games old and new, hosted by Evan Minto and David Estrella. New episodes every two weeks.
A podcast seeking to dive deep into the world of Anime and Weeb alike. Ricky and Ethan tackle the world of Anime and work to spread the joys of the medium to the masses.
Every weekday for over three decades, Morning Edition has taken listeners around the country and the world with two hours of multi-faceted stories and commentaries that inform, challenge and occasionally amuse.
Wrestling podcast that loves all types of wrestling! We Talk about AEW, New Japan, Impact, WWE, and we support the local scene. We cover a wide range of wrestling topics and have had a few guests! Let us know what you think!!!
Ryan, a lifelong fan of the Japanese Godzilla movies, forces his two friends, Joanna and Sam, to watch the entire series with him. In each episode, the trio breaks down one of the movie and exposes its beautiful atomic glow and ugly atomic warts alike.
A supplemental podcast to the Seasonal Anime Checkup for shows that deserve more time to be talked about or big news in anime.
Beim König der Podcasts gucken wir chronologisch alle Godzilla-Filme und wollen auch Artverwandtes nicht auslassen. Dabei machen wir eine Reise quer durch das bunte Riesenmonster-Genre, das mehr zu bieten hat als Echsen und Affen.
ANNCast is the official weekly podcast from Anime News Network, the internet's most trusted anime news source since 1998. Hosted by ANN's senior staff (each with over a decade in the business), the show is a laid-back, fun and frank discussion about Japanese animation, its audience and its industry -- often revealing secrets about how things really work. Guests include prominent figures in both the business of anime and the fan community.
Podcast Reviewing Asian Films, Movie Reviews, Hong Kong, Japan, China, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Bollywood, South Korea
GeekNights Wednesdays is the weekly Anime and comic segment of GeekNights, including discussion of anime, manga, comics, Asian cinema, anime conventions, and more.
A group of friends, a disc of anime, a bottle of wine...better make it two. We're an anime podcast taking a look back at some older anime titles on physical media, and seeing if they still hold up or not. Sometimes time lets us appreciate overlooked titles, while other instances require us to remove those rose-tinted glasses. So grab a glass of wine and have a listen.
Macross news, anime & concert reviews straight from Japan!
Cinema60 is a podcast all about 1960's cinema. Join Bart & Jenna as they examine the decade where modern cinema was born. More at: www.cinema-60.com
A Digimon podcast comparing the English dub and the original Japanese version and various other things, such as Digimon Adventure: and the Digimon Adventure novelisation. Hosted by Digimon fanatic and veteran May and joined by various friends. Chosen Children, let's roll!
In a video, the giant balloon towers over cars and trees as it cruises down the road. It's not clear how, or if, the two guys chasing the moon in the video managed to get it back.By KUOW Staff
Secretary of State Antony Blinken wraps up his first U.N. General Assembly, returning in time for the first in-person Quad summit, a diplomatic group aimed at China.By Michele Kelemen
NPR's A Martinez speaks to Sian Proctor, who made history as the first Black woman to pilot a spacecraft as part of the all-civilian crew of SpaceX's Inspiration4 mission.By KUOW Staff
The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol has issued subpoenas to four former Trump administration officials. More could be on the way.By KUOW Staff
David's in a bad mood. Kelby chopped up our hour long conversation full of bile and invective and made a beautiful ugly collage out of it. I'm really proud of what he did. This is our first really good, maybe great episode. Somewhere in there we mention some stuff about Tetsuo, which might be the hardest movie to talk about. You just have to watch …
Hills in Ireland are covered in a dry shrub called gorse that is responsible for many of the fires there. Goats love to eat gorse.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Democratic Rep. Pramila Jayapal of Washington State, head of the House Progressive Caucus, about the threats to vote no on the infrastructure bill.By KUOW Staff
He helped pave the way for the renegade genre known as blaxpolitation, with movies that were bitingly funny, sexually swaggering and occasionally violent, that put Black protagonists front and center.By KUOW Staff
The Food and Drug Administration gave the OK for a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine booster for anyone 65 or older or at high risk for severe disease. People whose work puts them at risk will also be eligible.By Rachel Martin
JJ and Jamie discuss AEW's MASSIVE Grand Slam Dynamite! They go in-depth over the instant classic that is Bryan Danielson and Kenny Omega, as well as Ruby Soho and Britt Baker in the main event, Sting showing he still can wrestle, Malakai Black and Cody Rhodes, and so much more. They also debate if this was the best TV episode of professional wrest…
Soskin, who turned 100 years old on Wednesday, currently works as a ranger at the Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park in Richmond, Calif.By KUOW Staff
Coffee cultivation contributes to deforestation and exploited labor. Smithsonian Magazine reports researchers found a way to do without cultivation — growing coffee from plant cells in bioreactors.By KUOW Staff
NPR's A Martínez talks to film critic Kenneth Turan about Cry Macho — the latest film from director and actor Clint Eastwood. The nonagenarian started directing films 50 years ago.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Associated Press reporter Cara Allen about the humanitarian situation in Tigray — the war-torn region of Ethiopia where people are facing famine.By KUOW Staff
NPR turns 50 this year, and we're marking it by looking back on some other things that happened in 1971. It was that year that songwriter John Prine released his debut album. Prine died in 2020.By Ann Powers
Tonight we are joined by TWO brilliant guests Stephanie Crawford and Alexandria Daniels to talk about John Waters' 1980's output Cry-Baby, Polyester and Hairspray We also talk about Bradley's questionable past and our imagining of what a John Waters' DUNE would be like.
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider anime and comic magazines, including relics from an ancient past such as Newtype USA, Wizard, Animerica, and the like. In the news, Rym is enjoying Star Trek: Lower Decks (and you may too if you have even a passing interest in Star Trek), the live action Cowboy Bebop might be OK, and the monkey's paw has given us …
This episode is sponsored by Irodori Sakura. Whoa, daddy!! In this episode, BL Garden reviews the fetish BL manga series Puppy Play with Papa! What happens when you take an obedient, puppy-like father of one and stick him with a sadistic corporate climber? We discuss the kinky shenanigans, strangely heartfelt bathing scenes, and debate DILFs. WARNI…
DnA presents.... DAT BOON TANG PODCAST!!! Alright Boys n Girls... Lets make some magic!!! Welcome to another episode of our podcast. In this episode we talk about how much we love Marvel from the first avenger to the endgame... oh and we speak about the Tip. So sit back get comfy and enjoy the rambling nonsense that is Dat Boon Tang Podcast. Duncan…
The Anime Addicts go through a round of Bring Your Own Topic including some fun rants, Reality TV that needs to be made into anime and more! We also announce some exciting new anime!We also review the very popular anime To Your Eternity!-------------------------------------------------------Time Markers:-Big News of the Week: 6:30-Main Topic: Bring…
In this episode, Lucy and Robin discuss Rayearth as a whole…and bid the series a fond farewell. Here’s a link to ShidouHikaru15’s excellent resource site! And a link to the Lost Media Wiki’s page on the Rayearth dubs. ~ Website | Patreon | Bookshop.org | Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | InstagramBy Lucy
On this episode, join Dennis, Ed, Karen, and Kate as they discuss Megazone 23 OVA 1. One of the breakout hits of the early years of original video animation, we get to see all the tropes and other things we have taken for granted in modern anime with this 1985 release. Besides a great soundtrack and some potention inspiration for things like The Ma…
Your intrepid duo sets out to discover what the ingredients of Soylent Green really are. Please do like, subscribe, and rate on all the things like Facebook, Twitter, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube. Wherever you happen to be hearing us, really. Luke is getting back into extensively talking about monsters, and you will want to hear him here - especiall…
Located in the city's historic North End neighborhood, the 2-bedroom 1-bath home was built in 1890, according to city tax records, though some accounts say 1862.By KUOW Staff
A law policing insider trading on Capitol Hill passed nearly 10 years ago. But a trend has emerged from lawmakers from both parties — they are ignoring disclosure rules created to show transparency.By Deirdre Walsh
President Biden will announce the U.S. is buying 500 million more doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. That would bring the total promised U.S. vaccine donations to more than 1.1 billion.By Steve Inskeep
Teacher Jim Mayers says a charter bus canceled before an eleventh grade field trip. The students rode in a replacement — a party bus complete with neon lights and a stripper pole.By KUOW Staff
Guinness World Records has certified two sisters as the world's oldest living identical twins at 107, in an announcement Monday coinciding with Respect for the Aged Day, a national holiday in Japan.By KUOW Staff
Election season is in full swing to pick the next leader of Japan. Taro Kono is considered a maverick — a surprising change for a country that's been ruled by the same party for decades.By Anthony Kuhn
The Federal Reserve ends a policy meeting Wednesday. No changes are expected in interest rates, but investors will be watching for hints as to when the central bank may lessen support for the economy.By Steve Inskeep
The hosts of the Otaku Spirit Animecast are here to give the rundown on anime news of today. Listen in and get caught up, or just get their take on each piece of news!Topics this episode: Aria the Masterpiece, Duke of Death, Shadow House, HiDive removed from VRV, Fairy Tail Sequel, Magic of Stella Manga, China Restrictions, Ufotable Taxes, Netflix’…
It's that time of the (upcoming) season again: the AniTAY season preview podcast! Join us as we go through the list of anime scheduled for the fall 2021 anime season. If you want to follow along, go to anichart.net, make sure your browser is set to "English titles," and sort alphabetically. This season is looking like a busy one! As an aside, this …
n the penultimate episode of My Hero Academia, Shigaraki has a breakthrough in the worst kind of way. Also: the latest news on game censorship coming out of China, and an interview with BEASTARS voice actress, Kayleigh McKee!
Thousands of migrants are camped out under a bridge in Del Rio, Texas. AFP photographer Paul Ratje says he saw agents holding up leather straps used to control horses — as though to threaten people.By KUOW Staff
The government is about to run out of borrowing power — risking the possibility of a federal default that could create harmful ripples throughout the economy as soon as next month.By Kelsey Snell
JJ and Jamie discuss the past week in wrestling, including everything that went down from the latest Journey Pro KC show, "All Our Shows Are Secret Shows," AEW Rampage, including Ruby Soho and Britt Baker's promo heat battle, the Lucha Bros first title defense, Miro trying to win a Hyundai, Impact's EXCELLENT Victory Road PPV, NJPW's G1 night 1 & 2…
Johnson & Johnson says a booster six months after the first shot increases antibodies 12-fold, indicating a second shot would provide added protection.By Rachel Martin
There are 15 states where this new beer is illegal. That's because it contains 28% alcohol by volume — more than five times the potency of most brews in the U.S.By KUOW Staff
Some people carry pocket copies of the U.S. Constitution, and the winner of the auction will have a chance to make a big impression. Sotheby's auction house hopes the copy might go for $20 million.By KUOW Staff
President Biden will address the U.N. General Assembly. A Texas doctor faces lawsuits for performing an abortion in defiance of a new law. Democrats pair spending bill with raising the debt ceiling.By Rachel Martin
New York's mayor accuses courts of being slow to get back up to speed, saying they're needed to combat violent crime. Have slower courts and fewer pretrial detentions added to the spike in violence?By Martin Kaste
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Philippe Etienne, France's ambassador to the U.S., who was recalled to Paris after a U.S.-Australian submarine deal drew fury from the French government.By KUOW Staff
The Scholars digest the storytelling and economical successes of All Out 2021, and preview what to expect from Grand Slam The Scholars spend a little time talking about WWE, focusing on the positive and morale-boosting WWE Championship win for Big E, and the less inspiring supposed plans WWE had in store for Adam Cole (1:00) Then, the Scholars revi…
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In their new book Peril, Washington Post journalists Bob Woodward and Robert Costa have the first inside look at the transition of power from Former President Trump to President Biden.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Kevin Rudd, president and CEO of the Asia Society and a former prime minister of Australia, about the impacts of a U.S. deal to build nuclear submarines for Australia.By KUOW Staff
Dozens of world leaders are expected to take part in this year's U.N. General assembly starting Monday in New York. The pandemic is casting a long shadow over the annual gathering.By Steve Inskeep
Artist Livio De Marchi sets wooden vessels out to sea. They are boats, more or less, but shaped like other objects. His latest creation: a giant violin on which a live string quartet played music.By KUOW Staff
Eli Sylvester saved up for years and with his parents' help, brought his treehouse design to life. Eli's loft includes all the creature comforts — plus a zipline and trampoline.By KUOW Staff