So we’re back with episode 2 of Phantom World. Oh boy. Make sure you’ve checked out my post for episode 1 before you continue. Everyone ready? Then let’s go.
Now, how exactly will this one start?
Oh, we’re going back to this thing again. I’d call KyoAni out for using recycled animation, but then again, they’re the ones who animated every episode of Endless Eight separately, so let’s give them the benefit of the doubt and assume it’s just the same thing animated differently. Instead,let’s focus on what’s being said. What’s being said is “blah blah smart-sounding words, KANT, hey did you hear what we just said Kant is a philosopher guys look at how smart we are.” Continue reading “It Bugs Me: Phantom World Episode 2”
The first episode of the first season of the Bugcast is out! Buggy and Chris are joined by Crimson “Douglas” King to talk about music in anime. Continue reading “The Bugcast: Episode 1×01”
You know, after a while you start to expect certain things from certain animation studios. You can expect Studio Deen to mostly make shit, for example, or for Trigger to put out really quirky shows. Kyoto Animation has become synonymous with well-animated shows, and have had a run of very well-received shows over the past decade. So when I saw they were putting out an action show called Musaigen no Phantom World, or Myriad Colors Phantom World, I expected it would be the best show of the season. On paper, it looked really good. In practice…well…welcome to the first installment of “It Bugs Me,” where I rant about stuff I really don’t like. Continue reading “It Bugs Me: Phantom World Episode 1”
The team gets back together to discuss the first part of Digimon Adventure Tri. Continue reading “Digicast Episode 2: Digimon Adventure Tri: Reunion”
Are you hyped for Digimon Adventure Tri? Because we’re hyped for Digimon Adventure Tri. We’re so hyped for Digimon Adventure Tri that we’re recording a podcast all about Digimon Adventure. Continue reading “The Digicast 1: Digimon Adventure”