Wednesday, 15 May 2019

Let’s Go! #114 – Let’s Punish Crime


Jojo's Bizarre Adventure takes another detour into recap territory so it's time for another Let's Go instalment devoted to the best of the rest and everything in between. A new criminal mastermind makes port in Yokohama and with him Bungou Stray Dogs returns to form, so he can't be all bad! Kitaro questions his own morals as a green energy project disturbs the yokai, Dororo reluctantly assists an old adversary on the hunt for buried treasure and Toi confronts past misdeeds in Sarazanmai. We're doing some hard time!

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Friday, 10 May 2019

Let’s Go JoJo! #28 – Beneath a Sky on the Verge of Falling


Bruno's best boys are hot on the case of the boss's identity, a matter made even more precarious by his host Doppio laying bloody & bruised nearby and desperate to keep this secret hidden. While Abbacchio reviews the tapes the rest of the gang comb the area, but who will prevail in this game of cat and mouse? On the other side of the island Sarazanmai comes on too strong, Dororo needs to learn some new editing techniques and Anime Logan Paul strikes again in Gegege No Kitaro! We got a bad feelin' about this!

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Monday, 6 May 2019

Let’s Go JoJo! #27 – King Crimson vs. Metallica


Doppio chows down on another portion of Risotto Nero even as the metal mastering mercenary continues to carve up the multiple-minded mobster. With a little foresight courtesy of the boss and King Crimson however can he live to fight another day? Bungou Stray Dogs labours through more of its languid light novel gang war, Sarazanmai resorts to catnapping and our search for more Bonobono turns up a body with Crunchyroll holding the smoking gun. You're killin' us here!

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Monday, 29 April 2019

Show #179: Toons 'N' Tunes - Robot Rock!


We can party longer, harder and faster; we have the technology! Toons 'N' Tunes once again explores the convergence of animation and music, this time with all the power and precision of a mighty robot!

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A surprisingly varied mixtape awaits our listening pleasure with the peculiar ubiquity of robots in music videos both past and present. The killer androids of the wasteland are on the hunt backed by Megadeth and Iron Maiden and inevitable synth-based dance tracks are forged by Equateur and Perturbator while the machines display their capacity to adapt and evolve with some singular singles by Bjork, Pete Miser and Caravan Palace. Why were we programmed to feel funky?

Tuesday, 23 April 2019

Let’s Go JoJo! #26 – A Little Story From the Past ~My Name Is Doppio~


While the main cast are no doubt extricating themselves from a recent aerial disaster other developments are afoot within Passione as we meet the mild-mannered Doppio, dispatched on a secret mission by the boss himself! What purpose brings him to Sardinia? And how did such a nervous young lad become such a close confidant of the gang's leader? More importantly will the answers be any more shocking than the dubious return of One Punch Man or the confounding kappa chaos contained within new Kunihiko Ikuhara joint Sarazanmai? Please leave a message!


Monday, 22 April 2019

Let’s Go JoJo! #25 – Spice Girl


It's time for Trish to live up to her family name and face FULL LIFE CONSEQUENCES as she is forced to defend herself against the onslaught of the nigh-unstoppable Notorious B.I.G. New frontiers open up for us as well with the arrival of a new anime season that sees Fruits Basket and Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba starting up but nary a hair of Bonobono to be seen! Is it gettin' hot in here or is it just me?

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Sunday, 14 April 2019

Show #178: Love, Death & Robots


Brian Smith roves out with us upon the barren media landscape of the near future, sorting through the charred fragments of the amorous android anthology they called Love, Death & Robots!

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Noted directors and Netflix darlings David Fincher and Tim Miller present their latest outing on the ubiquitous streaming service, a collection of animated science fiction shorts for adult audiences of varying content and quality all ostensibly united under one or more of the themes mentioned in its title. Is it fertile ground for an interrogation of complex ideas relating to artificial intelligence, the purpose of existence and the nature of the soul? Or is it carte blanche to let animators' libidos run wild in the shallowest interpretation of "mature" possible? Famous authors, faithful renderings of genitalia and the recurring ratio problems with anthology works may just guide us to the answer!