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Anime Ichiban 16: Detonation!

After a rather lengthy break, the crew returns with another round of spicy discussions. Join them as they delve into Venice tours and what’s hot this new anime season.

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TIMESTAMPS

0:00 – Introductions
14:32 – Honoring Kyoto Animation
20:37 – Venice, Italy ARIA the Animation Tour
27:20 – Crunchyroll service coming to HBO Max
34:25 – Premium Manga Framing
38:59 – Japanese government program for spreading anime
43:28 – Japanese Blu-Ray Rankings
48:55 – MAIN TOPIC: What have we been watching this season?
1:19:00 – Closing remarks

TRACKS

Intro – “Gurenge” by LiSA (Opening theme for Kimetsu no Yaiba: Demon Slayer)
Outro – “Macho a Name” by Kaito Ishikawa (Ending theme for How Heavy Are the Dumbbells You Lift?)

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Written By

Heralding from the rustic, old town of Los Angeles, California; Matthew now resides in Boston where he diligently researches the cure for cancer. In reality, though, he just wants to play games and watch anime, and likes talking about them way too much. A Nintendo/Sony hybrid fan with a soft-spot for RPG’s, he finds little beats sinking hours into an immersive game world.

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  1. Bob

    July 29, 2019 at 3:37 pm

    People here are getting ignored left and right, a little inconsiderate I think.

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