Buggy and Chris recap the most notable anime (and video games) of 2017. Continue reading “Third Seat Special 4 – 2017 Retrospective”
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”
Almost a year and a half ago, I had my first conversation with Josh Dunham, which I used as material in the first episode of Spiral Radio. It was heavily pared down and I didn’t want the conversation to just go unheard, so I’m releasing the unedited audio for all to listen to. Continue reading “Third Seat Special 3 – Monogatari Interview with Josh Dunham”
Buggy and Chris are joined by Mari, AKA OtapleOneHalf, to learn about the comprehensive history of the magical girl genre, from majoko to Madoka Madoka and beyond, in the process discussing a variety of things including Super Sentai, vagina glomps, Miraculous Ladybug, and a surprising amount of Gainax and Trigger. Continue reading “Third Seat by the Window Episode 6: Magi Mari Magical Memories”
The Subtle Doctor joins Buggy and Chris to talk about critical analysis in the anime fandom, how to get into it, and where it’s succeeding and failing. Continue reading “Third Seat by the Window Episode 5: Everyone’s A Critic (And So Can You!)”
Buggy and Chris reflect on what they both consider to be a fantastic year in anime, talking through all the big anime (as well as others they enjoyed) and various events that happened throughout the year.
Continue reading “Third Seat Special 2 – 2016 Retrospective”
It’s been one year since Buggy and Chris started podcasting, so to commemorate it, Buggy has finally edited that one episode he should have put out before anything else and released it now, in all its amateur, low-quality, awkward glory. If you’ve ever wondered how they’d answer the “5 of your favorite anime/3 anime you hate” question they ask all their guests, this is the podcast for you. Continue reading “Special 1 – The Bugcast Episode 0”