Okay, okay, we know. This one’s late. Like, really, really late. A good three months late. But we all had a bunch of irons in the fire. Like, you wouldn’t believe just how many irons we had in all these fires. So many irons.
Anyway, here’s our recap on the finale (more like “finally,” amirite?) of Digimon Adventure Tri, along with an extended segment chronicling Maddy attempting to get some pizza. Continue reading “Digicast 14: The Pizza Chronicles (Tri Part 6)”
Buggy and Chris recap the most notable anime (and video games) of 2017. Continue reading “Third Seat Special 4 – 2017 Retrospective”
The Frontier train has no brakes, and apparently neither does this podcast. Tom, Buggy, Chris, and Maddy have perhaps their least unified discussion yet as they discuss the codification of Digimon archetypes, Zoe’s hat, the sexual appeal of squidgirls, and whether or not Bokomon can be given the same Jar Jar status that Neemon can. Plus, of course, their usual digressions, such as Moon Moon Moon, unintentional Troll 2 references, and Crispin Freeman’s hentai career.
Also, Tom edited this one. Everyone thank Tom for taking over editing and doing a good job! Continue reading “Digicast 13: Bolgmon Spelled Backwards is Nomglob (Frontier Part 1)”
Buggy and Chris are joined by Niente de Nada to discuss samurai, samurai fiction, and why everything you know about Bushido is a lie. Continue reading “Third Seat by the Window Episode 7: Bushido is Bollocks”
Most Digimon podcasts get their Tri episodes out in a timely manner. We are not most Digimon podcasts. Tom, Buggy, Chris, and Maddy growing increasingly frustrated with this episode of Tri until it goes from 0 to 60. And even then they’re still pretty frustrated with it. Also, this is the first episode Chris became editor for! Continue reading “Digicast 12: Kari’s KFC Adventures (Tri Part 5)”
Having just watched the Netflix live-action Death Note movie (while consuming apples, potato chips, and a little bit of rum), Buggy and his friend Jonathan sit down to give their impressions on the film. Continue reading “Deathnet Noteflix”
“How did you get into anime?” This is a question anime fans love asking each other, and in this episode, Andrew “Buggy” Koerner shares his story of getting into anime through Death Note, as well as searching for why its once-insane popularity seems to have waned so drastically. Continue reading “Spiral Radio Episode 2 – Death Note”