A suite of podcasts. Anime Pulse an anime podcast. We've got our fingers on the pulse of Anime, with reviews, rants, and stories. Manga Pulse an manga podcast. We've got our fingers on the pulse of Manga??? we just be fun to listen to. Video Game Pulse an video game podcast. We've got our finger…
This week on Anime Pulse we got a new season of anime, potato wars, and incoming snow storms. Up first Joseph is scratching his monkey brain over why his iMac is getting so hot, and Andrew asks the community what anime they are hyped for this season. Then in the industry news a rival chain to McDonalds ups the ante, and a super cosplayer amazes with the sheer number of outfits she owns. Lastly in the first previews of the Winter 2022 season Joseph gets reincarnated into the body a super cute mage girl, and Andrew argues with the boss of his evil organization based in England.
There are twin cities out there. You have to be careful though because there are fraternal and paternal. Fraternal twin cities share a geography only. Paternal twin cities are ones that were originally founded by the same person but divided because of prohibition or some similar legal disagreement. Which is why New York and Los Angeles are so far apart. New York decided that living in a hole with rats was a perfectly fine core personality trait. Meanwhile LA disagreed and believed that being unable to drive was more important. So they broke apart and drifted off to the west coast. This leads us to a twin manga review. Weltall … Continue reading "Manga Pulse 460: Dog Baby"
This week on Anime Pulse we got no large McDonald's french fries, a dormitory for shota lovers, and New Years anime. Up first is the IRL news as Joseph talks about his time thus far with Pokemon Shield, and Andrew would like to know if any community members out there know of any good new years anime. Then in the industry news we get a Andrew sandwich, with topics like the possibility of a Netflix produced Scott Pilgrim anime and the downfall of Pachinko. Lastly are the reviews as Joseph is taken in by some very wholesome, buxom, not at all Shotacons and Andrew builds some anatomically correct GunPla.
This week on Anime Pulse we got going back in time to take a new career path, Rumiko Takahashi is making a return in 2022, and the best and worst of 2021. First up is the IRL news with Joseph and Andrew celebrating the new year, talking about their top topics for best and worst anime of 2021. Then in the industry news Andrew takes it away with news of a return of the very first Rumiko work, and the website 5Chan inputs their top 10 anime of 2021. Finally in the first reviews of the new year Joseph awakens to find he has groundhoged himself right after he graduated High School, and yakuza Andrew gets hit on the head by a powerful girl falling from the sky and ends up as her caretaker.
This week on Anime Pulse we got Mangakas going to jail, Christmas gifts, and Rock'em Sock'em Megalo 2. Up first the IRL news sees the 3rd Annual Anime Pulse Gift Exchange occur, with Joseph and Andrew having a grand ol' time discovering what the other bought for them. Then in the industry news, just two articles to tide us over until the New Year with the probable end of Galko-chan and the possible return of Rurouni Kenshin. Finally it's our last review show of the year as Joseph is summoned to another world to do their taxes, and Andrew equips his robots arms to play Punch Out: Nomad edition.
This week on VG Pulse, Merry Christmas!! We start off with side notes of the goings on of December on two different retail fronts, and all the joyous stories that go along with that, before diving into the regular news where we discuss the Video Game Awards and all their repetitive glory, the long hoped-for announcement of Alan Wake 2, and the amazing announcement of Hades being the first video game ever to earn a Hugo award! After the news we go over the discord discussions, before heading off into my first look at Five Nights At Freddy’s: Security Breach, and we finish off with talk of anime! All this … Continue reading "VG Pulse 370: Holiday Havok"
Oi, Skippy. Slip on your daks and check your breath. You don't want to fail the blow in the bag or end up clipping someone elses grass. Else you're not driving you can grab a frothy as we take a walk about in the merry land of Oz. That's right, we've done the movie Crocodile Dundee(1986). What happens when the local tourism board of Australia wants to promote their country as a destination for world travelers? Well you gather a bunch of people together and make a movie. Have Paul Hogan vaguely live out some stories of a local bush legend and then have him go to New York. That's … Continue reading "Popcorn Pulse 164: Crocs Undees"
This week on Anime Pulse we got brilliant flames lighting our tears on fire, the unwinnable atmosphere for Cowboy Bebop news, and memes. Up first Joseph installed new lights for editing Joseph in his room, and Andrew is memeing with the best of the kids with the hottest anime memes out there. Then in the industry news the home of Maid Cafes plans to open the largest store yet, and the passing of a legendary writer has us carrying that weight. Finally the reviews or should we say the review wraps things up, as Joseph and Andrew board a train to full of Demons and Slayers.
What is new bussy cat? Whoa, whoa, whoa. What's that? You're sure about that? Well I'm sorry that I have trouble understanding Tom Jones. Or maybe I said it right and you're just projecting. Have you ever considered that? Grab a glass of gin and relax. Tim starts off with Infectee. Sukgyu is an average high school student. Not one that plays anime and watches video games but one that plays sports. He suddenly skips forward over his school trip where he was hoping to have one on one time with the school crush. He wakes up with a month missing, pictures on his phone showing him hanging out with … Continue reading "Manga Pulse 459: Unlucky Infection"
This week on Anime Pulse we got promising harems, huge anime shops, and edgy super powers. Up first Joseph is very pleased with the new chapter of FGO, and Andrew does his seasonal round up on the stragglers of Fall 2021. Then in the industry news we're full up with entry barred to Japan, Netflix reporting Jojo is #1, and COVID attending a NYC Anime Con. Lastly the reviews wrap things up with Joseph trying to manage his brand new harem, and Andrew enter a house full of loli shadows.
Like a loudmouth wandering into a monks cloister we've got Nothing but Trouble(1991). Imagine you're a Hollywood producer in the last of the eighties. Dan Akroyd had been part of an immensely successful pair of movies in Ghostbusters and he pitches you a movie. Based on a traffic stop he once had. You snort enough coke to buy Pablo Escobar two more hippos and a green light that with your powder packin’ pecker then proceed to call up your favorite hooker. Dan plays an old county judge with the nose of a penis who charges Chevy Chase for running a stop sign. The punishment is to marry mute John Candy … Continue reading "Popcorn Pulse 163: Trouble bout Nothin"
This week on Anime Pulse we got prescriptions delivered by wolfgirl, a real Bombshell of a news article, and recovering from Thanksgiving and benders. Up first Joseph received his Christmas gift from Andrew, and Andrew refused to learn a lesson about drinking too much. Then in the industry news you can tell Joseph is hungry because he's talking about McDonalds, and Andrew is excited to announce the 1000th episode of One Piece. Finally we return to solid reviews as Joseph wonders why an isekai needed to be an isekai, and Andrew is traveling dimensions to find his father who really got around.
This week on Anime Pulse we got ugly heroes, monster girls wiki is in trouble, and getting down with the sickness. Up first IRL news has Joseph returning to Moe's Night, and Andrew questions our tastes in swimsuits. Then in the industry news we got golden chopsticks, a stage play for Spirited Away, and Joseph being the proud owner of a soon to be rare product. Lastly we have our second and final Gattai show as Joseph gets tossed aside for being too ugly to be the hero, and Andrew gets a guardian angel after entering a game to become king.
This week on VGP, happy Thanksgiving to all who celebrate it!! We start off with side notes of dentist appointments and general weariness from working retail in the fall season, before diving into the not-terribly-shocking news that Activision CEO Bobby Kotick is an absolute scumbag to the highest degree, before diving into Rockstar’s absolutely embarrassing showing of the GTA Trilogy Definitive Edition, as well as the surprising news that Six Days In Fallujah is still a thing! After the news I give a first look at Potion Craft, and Millennium gives a review of Forza Horizon 5! After the news we discuss food and anime!! All this up next on … Continue reading "VG Pulse 369: The Times Are Changing"
This week on Anime Pulse we got Andrew torturing Joseph, Comiket barring entry to the unvaccinated and untested otakus, and The Mac. Up first Joseph reviews a cheesy chicken sandwich, and then Andrew has got quite the community segment about school uniforms. We also share some special news about a prize being put up for grabs, all you need to do is submit a sound clip to be used for the community segment of the show. Then another short bit of industry news, covering the updated rules to gaining entry to this years Comiket. And finally we have a Gattai show as Joseph stops caring about a slime isekai, and Andrew gets a loli wife after he joins a magical high school for spicy girls.
Murgh. Meh? What time is it? Shit, it wasn't fall forward? I sword it was spring back and fall the other direction. Give us like five minutes then to grab a manga or something and power read through it. I'm sure we won't screw up the details because we're scrambling to get this done. Tim starts up with Levius. Not Levius Est which is much easier to find. It's some sort of magitech style future past where there was a war. It ended when steam cyborgs started fighting people and now the world resolves things through MMA. That is mechanical martial arts. The title character, Levius, is one of those … Continue reading "Manga Pulse 458: Levitating Alice"
This week on Anime Pulse we got payouts for children, Lupin the III vs Holmes, and hats. Up first Joseph has turned his bedroom into a steam room, and Andrew is all about head wear. Then in the industry news we're seeing one topic about the worrying statistic about Japan's dwindling youth, and that's it, because news is kind of barebones this week. Lastly is our final previews dedicated show as Joseph continues his reincarnated job as a master thief, and Andrew is suddenly surrounded by beautiful office ladies with very large breasts.
Uncover your smokers and slap your meat, we've got more Frank Grillo. See because his last name is Grillo and it's kinda like grill. So what if this time he was a sort of political fixer in Vegas and he was trying to turn himself over to the feds for protection? That's where we start in Copshop. Of course this means that he's now a target for the people he was working for. As it turns out that mafia types don't really care for their crimes to be exposed. Enter Gerard Butler as Bob. Bob gets himself arrested right after Grillo so he can try and get to him. This leads to some … Continue reading "Popcorn Pulse 162: Shopping Cop"
This week on Anime Pulse we got the return of Nichijou, day 5 of recovery from oral surgery, and communication disorders. Up first Joseph is hoping no kids show up as they roam the streets looking for candy on Halloween, and Andrew asks us who our favorite masked anime characters are. Then in the industry news a big Chinese company owns a decent percentage of a Japanese publishing company, and the event organizers are asking otakus to get in shape for the upcoming return of Comiket. Lastly we have another round of previews with Joseph helping his tiny office kohai earn 100 friends, and a vampiric Andrew dies very easily on his way to outer space.
You might look behind me and see what appears to be a mound. I assure you it;s actually much more architecturally impressive that it seems. You see, excavations have revealed this is the site where the unsold copies of Princess AI were piled. Note the faint remains of bloodstains on these pages. This indicates the sacrifices the locals made to banish Stu and his creation back to the reaches of what we might think of as hell. Tim has Dandadan. It takes place in a high school where our protagonist, Momo, stops a nerd from being picked on. This leads them to an argument on whether spirits, which Momo believes in, or aliens, which … Continue reading "Manga Pulse 457: Giga Dan"
This week on Anime Pulse we got people complaining about the obvious, our favorite weapons in anime, and blue robots. Up first Andrew regales us with his time in Scotland for Scot Loves Anime, and Joseph goes contactless. Then in the industry news Demon Slayer draws some obvious criticisms but goes uncensored, and ComicCon decides that going unvaccinated is fine by them. And lastly we bring you another round of previews as Joseph leaves the hero's party to be reincarnated as a paladin, and Andrew jumps into a blue robot to explore caves in an upside down world.
This week on VG Pulse, the fall season has started and Aki is now officially “old”! We start off with side notes of birthdays and life in the retail sphere as fall season kicks off, before diving into the news of Twitch hacks exposing its source code, the release date of Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach, some of the highlights of Sony’s recent State Of Play showcase, the current problems with supply shortages and how they’re impacting the current tech sphere, and much more!! After the news, we finish off with talk of games, anime, and food! All this and more up next on VGP 368!! -Aki Music Intro … Continue reading "VG Pulse 368: Weird Times Ahead"
Breakout your cheesecloth. Chill your rolling pins. Break out your stock and get the wooden spoon out of the bathroom. We've got a cook's tale with Under Siege(1992). Plus we have Gary Busey wearing a dress and screaming at people. Steven Segal is a ships cook aboard the USS Missouri. It's on its final trip before being decommissioned. For some reason, it still has functional Tomahawk missiles aboard. Tommy Lee Jones plays some vague terrorist who's conspiring with Busey to takeover the ship, kill the resistance, and sell the nukes for fun and profit. Unfortunately for them, Segal is some sort of special forces who's working as a cook because. This allows … Continue reading "Popcorn Pulse 161: Under Siege"
This week on Anime Pulse we got pink gorillas, community hype for the Fall season, and the possibility a war on love raged on for over 5 years will end. Up First is IRL news with Joseph walking the opposite direction for ten miles, and Andrew talks about his upcoming Scott Loves Anime trip. Then in the industry news Ranma 1/2's creator is being inducted into a hall of fame, a man enters a burning building with the power of anime on his side, and the new Japanese Prime Minister earns some brownie points with the minimum wage workers. Lastly the previews make a return as Joseph eats some fruit of evolution and is reincarnated in another world as an assassin, meanwhile Andrew plays a Biwa while ignoring ghosts.
I bet you can feel a little something in the air. No, no the slight chill that's not driven away by the light of day. Nor the soft sigh of wind as it carries leaves right into your yard not moments after you raked the last damn pile. It's the time of the week where we review manga instead of movies. It does happen though. Tim starts off with Finger Girls. It's a manhua that is not about a random groper who offers surprise gynecological exams on the subway. Our guy is average and has a crush who wants to meet him on the roof in the morning. Unfortunately his life has been … Continue reading "Manga Pulse 456: Finger the World"
This week on Anime Pulse we got nearly walking 10K just because, potentially witnessing the end of a sporting era, and roasting chubby marshmallows over an office lady. Up first Joseph continues his Skyrim efforts to finish that game, and Andrew changes gears from older brothers in anime to younger ones. Then in the industry news Joseph takes a back seat as Andrew talks about an ultimate fighter with a love for anime, and a very large man decides to step out of the lime light. Lastly the reviews see us out Joseph is unable to touch a sexually teasing maid even though they love each other, and Andrew puts on a few pounds as a sexy office lady stuffs him full of marshmallows.
Another year, another harvest of actor deaths. We definitely don't take advantage of this to choose movies or anything. It's certainly a tribute to their craft. Yes, that's what we're going to go with. Who to pick this week? Fuck. We didn't think that far ahead. Art Metrano it is. We jointly talk about Malibu Express(1985). One of the first movies by Andy Sidaris. A man famous for putting in gratuitous nudity, guns, and explosions. The main character is Cody. He's a private investigator who's on his first case investigating or maybe guarding a family. There's someone stealing chips from the US and selling them to the Soviets. Not that it really matters as this is … Continue reading "Popcorn Pulse 160: Express Malibu"
This week on VG Pulse, we found the dragon! We start off by catching up with all the goings on of Kassy, before diving into the regular news where we discuss a lengthy lawsuit, the sad shut down of multiple LittleBigPlanet servers, XBOX gamer pics coming back, and the many unique announcements made during the latest Nintendo Direct! After the news we dive into the Double D’s (that is to say, the Discord Discussions for those uninitiated folk out there), Kas and I give our rocky outlook on The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD’s new button controls, and we finish off with talk of food and anime! All this … Continue reading "VG Pulse 367: Dragon Tails"
Hark! Who goes there? Long live the king…of Manga. There's something rotten in the state of manga. It seems we have two volumes and nay a reviewer in sight. Unless thereupon the horizon, there are two figures approaching. They seem to be bearing two volumes which may sate our desire for reviews. Tim revisits My Dearest Self with Malice Aforethought. Eiji is struggling with the gang and them noticing their missing funds. He's also approached by the Lolita dressed classmate who's the only one who noticed his personality shift. She blackmails him into going with her to interview the murdered girls' friend. Apparently Wednesday Watanabe was friends with the dead girl and wants some answers. … Continue reading "Manga Pulse 455: Dearest Remina"
This week on Anime Pulse we got repairs to Joseph's ride, Ufotable's CEO confessing to Tax Fraud, and racing girly horses. Up first Joseph's wallet is taking a beating from all these emergency expenses to keep him income flowing, and Andrew is looking into the best non-romantic duos in anime. Then in the industry news a man is reincarnated as a sword in another world, and some Feminists got angry they weren't hired to be the actor in a traffic PSA. Lastly the reviews have Joseph going back to demon school to decide on best girl, and Andrew puts on his horse jocky outfit, grabs a riding crop, and climbs onto an anthropomorphic horse girl.
This week on Anime Pulse we got a new Pokemon League champion, breaking ground on the very first high school level manga studies department, and having the cutest girl in school recruit you into a game club. Up first IRL news as Joseph breaks out his Fus Ro Dah as he returns to the land of Skyrim, and Andrew is checking out the best anime that no one watched because other anime blotted them out like arrows in the sun. Then in the industry news only a couple topics this week, as Good Smile comes under fire and a high school breaks out the ancient tomes of One Piece to learn their history. And finally in the reviews Joseph avoids being arrested after taking in a high school runaway, and Andrew is a true gamer who joins a gaming club to play games.
You'd better not pout. You'd better not shout. You'd better not ask exactly how and why an actor gaining a whole bunch of weight makes sense in this day and age. Even losing a whole bunch of weight is reserved for nut bags who snort ground up Oscars. So what the hell was Russel Crowe thinking in Unhinged? Our main protagonist is Rachel, life's butt monkey. She works as a hairstylist; is always late, drives a shitty Volvo, and her brother has the intellect of a dying bamboo plant. She runs across Crowe in a road rage incident and refuses to apologize and says she's having a bad day. Crowe decides that she … Continue reading "Popcorn Pulse 159: A Nut Job"
This week on Anime Pulse we got a double dose of teasing girls, swimming across the ocean, and working to be the very best that no one ever was. Up first Andrew is asking us to name out top Onii-chans, and Joseph has wrapped up his play through of Void Bastards. Then in the industry news we got topics like confirmation that the next season of Demon Slayer won't be cutting any corners, and the voice behind Jigen from Lupin the III is finally hanging up his hat. Lastly come the reviews with Joseph being tormented by his fetish in the form of a naturally tanned girl, and Andrew being sucked into losing bets with his very obvious love interest.
Thank you for waiting, we've had a lot of calls this morning. We're a little short staffed as it is. Cost cutting procedures, you know how it goes. So, describe your symptoms to me again. Hmm. Yes, I see. It seems we've got another case of Abovus Cannus. For cases of, what you might call Updog, we recommend a double dose of manga reviews. Start with Tim and My Dearest Self with Malice Aforethought. What happens when you go to college, get blackout drunk, and wake up three days later with a girlfriend? You shut up and enjoy it. Ignore the bloody bat and large pile of case sitting in your … Continue reading "Manga Pulse 454: Game of Malice"
This week on Anime Pulse we got the return of Joseph from his 2 week vacation, news that One Piece is coming to a close... soonish, and diving head first into a shitty video game. Up first is IRL news with Joseph giving us the rundown on his trip to Florida, and Andrew gives us the rundown of his trip to become the phantom of the opera. Then in the industry news we got topics like bear paws serving drinks out of a literal hole in the wall, and the amazing ability to turn a poster on its side and sleep next to. And lastly the reviews have return with Joseph getting pissed off at an idiot who buys a terrible video game, and Andrew goes on a trippy journey to learn the secret of a world run by a never ending pattern.
Like a B movie star with a latex allergy, Hollywood has spawned a whole bunch of illegitimate sequels to things that we once enjoyed. Yet we've so far been spared at least one wild move that epitomizes the decade it's from. No, not Back to the Future. Ok, so the second eighties movies they haven't yet stuck their silver nitrate poisoned cock into. We're talking Road House(1989). We found out a few of our usual listeners hadn't seen this magical capsule of late eighties splooge. Patrick Swazye, hot off the heels of Dirty Dancing, is a bouncer. He gets hired to clean up a bar which runs him afoul of the local rich man. … Continue reading "Popcorn Pulse 158: House of Road"
We got a really special episode of Anime Pulse for you this week. While Joseph is taking a well deserved break, veteran host RyoWei247 returns as a guest! We hear what she’s been up to recently before delving into the community and forum topic about favorite Male Tsunderes. The news segment is actually pretty shounen centric with light hearted, heavy and concerning stories. Of course to top it off there’s the reviews, with Ryo’s covering an anime about a skull faced bookseller and Andrew covers the anticipated sequel to SSSS.Gridman. (while drinking far too much…) Of course there’s some tangents and general banter as well given that this episode clocks … Continue reading "Episode 717: Skull-face Bookseller Dynazenon"
Is there a bard in the house? No, we're not asking for you ridiculous bards who roll to seduce everything you can talk to. We're looking for the kind of bards that compose epic poems. The ones that get remembered by the weird historian looking to make a name for themselves because there's really only so many ways to analyze the Battle of Agincourt. Yes, that one. You come over and sit down right here. We've got two mangas you need to chronicle them for us, dear sir. Tim has a request with If It's for My Daughter, I'd Even Defeat a Demon Lord. Or some other similar title. There are a few translations … Continue reading "Manga Pulse 453: My Assass"
This week on VG Pulse, we’re roasting alive!! We start off with side notes of Aki’s new obsession with Digimon cards and talk of our upcoming trip to a local fair! After the side notes we dive into the news where we discuss Ubisoft, Riot, and Activision all dealing with more investigations over harassment claims, EA being… suspiciously kindhearted over accessibility technology, Stardew Valley becoming an e-sport, and the resounding success of the Avatar: The Legend Of Korra tabletop game kickstarter! After the news we go over the Discord Discussions, Aki gives her first and only look at Paper Mario and the Origami King, and we finish off with talk … Continue reading "VG Pulse 366: Rainbow Unicorn Vomit"
This week on Anime Pulse we got one less reason to visit Japan, invaders attempting to take over an Isekai, and super hype for future FGO events. Up first is the IRL news with Joseph gushing about the Japanese released FGO events for Camelot and more recent ones, and Andrew is sending the FBI home with his inquiry into favorite Onee-sans in anime. Then in the industry news Sony seals the deal on their purchase of Funimation, and otakus infiltrate top Olympic sports just so they can do cool poses. And lastly we return to reviews as Joseph is sent to another world by his evil sexy bosses along with a loli android, and Andrew gets retro with a look back at what inspired him to become a cute humanoid-robot pilot to fight space monsters.
It's throwback Thursday. And by that we mean Monday. At least we recorded this on Monday. If you wanted to hold off until Thursday to make it accurate you're fully empowered to do so. You are master of the destiny you pursue. Either way when you get to it, we've talked about Big Trouble In Little China(1986). The classic John Carpenter film where Kurt Russel is a truck driver of the old Pork Chop Express. He gambles overnight and wins but his buddy doesn't have the cash on him. So Kurt takes him down to Chinatown so he can pick up his bride and get some cash. When the bride to be ends up … Continue reading "Popcorn Pulse 157: Pork Chop Express"
Gather round all ye. With the mailbag in our hands we have requests. Let's see. Hate, hate, hate. And that's just how we feel about the catalogs. Ah, we have at least a single request that's been sitting on the back burner. Which is good as that takes care of fifty percent of our trouble in choosing. We'll spin the wheel of degeneracy for Wetlall's and call it a day. Tim has Yankee Jk Kuzuhana-Chan. Saotome is a student at a high school which has just recently gone co-ed. He's the only boy that's decided to go there. The perfect setup to a generic harem manga which would make you toss it for three points from downtown. Though you shouldn't … Continue reading "Manga Pulse 452: Yankee Sex"
This week on Anime Pulse we got the return of a long thought dead Crunchyroll original, COVID shots, and five episodes of exposition. Up first Joseph is a bit lonely and stressed out so his body decided to break a little, and Andrew asked us before what the best anime adaptations of games were now he wants to know what the worst ones are. Then in the industry news we got topics like when a cosplayer shows more skin than the character in the series does, and another Goo Rankings poll for most entertaining Shonen series. Then in our FINAL previews episode for the summer season, yes, were sure this time, the great Joseph is forced to work at a bar after being defeated by a slime, and Andrew survives Would War 3 only to enter a battle royal with gods.
We're knee deep in summer. Up here in the proper hemisphere where things are warm. It's bikini weather and Weltall is frightening his neighbors with Italian thongs and a ratty ice cream truck. How best to cool down when the sun heats up? We'll talk about a movie where they fight fires. So we've got Backdraft(1991). It's a Ron Howard movie with Kurt Russel and a whole cast of great actors. And somehow it stars William Baldwin. They're fire fighters who watched their dad get blown up by a backdraft. Years later, they're both working in the same firehouse when mysterious arsons begin happening. So there's daddy issues, fire, and a subplot about killing … Continue reading "Popcorn Pulse 156: Draft Back"
This week on Anime Pulse we got going from top of an apartment complex to bottom of a dungeon, the Anime Olympics, and being so so lonely. Up first IRL news as Joseph has turns his skills to masonry, and Andrew is Gousto about being very busy reading huge Chungus. Then in the industry news we meet a A.I. mama who is ready listen to all our woes, and an odd list for the top endings in shonen manga. And finally the previews, our final show of straight previews, sees us out with Joseph being isekai'd to balance checkbooks and mine demon ore, while Andrew becomes a superstar idol vampire with blue eyes that reads from a cursed book.
Inside of this show are two wolves. One of them is a manga. The other is also a manga. This is actually a manga show in which we review them. And sometimes, just sometimes. We let a couple of wolves off the chain to go wild and tear them apart. Tim has S Rare Soubi no Niau Kanojo. We have Mr Cheapass who is standard manga protagonist. Parents are away in another country, he's taking care of his siblings and making his meager paycheck from working 7-11 go as far as possible. Until a neighbor/childhood friend gets him into a gacha game which summons a character from the world of the game. And she needs money … Continue reading "Manga Pulse 451: Rare Hell"
sexually harassed by your super hot maid, and our listeners thoughts on what is hot and what is not. First up IRL news comes in with Joseph kind of just coasting along, and Andrew is avoiding being struck by lightning while golfing. Then in the industry news we got a repeat offender as Joseph takes off again, and Andrew has to cover the things he has brought to the table. Finally in the end our Previews see us out with Joseph going to work as a dorm mother but gets cursed with the touch of death, and Andrew sings opera in an aquarium.
This week on VG Pulse, we just missed some big news from last show!! We start off with side notes about Aki’s health problems and Millennium’s ongoing saga with the truck, before diving into the regular news where we discuss the announcement of the Steam Deck, before going into news about idiotic new state laws, and Doki Doki Literature Club coming back into mainstream love! After the news Millennium and I give a joint review of Resident Evil: Village and we finish off with talk of food and anime! All this and more up next on VGP 365!! -Aki Music Intro – Still Alive guitar cover by FamilyJules Outro – … Continue reading "VG Pulse 365: Adventures At Castle Dimmadome with Mistress Dimmadoo"
This week on Anime Pulse we got a spackling good time, video games that became anime, and being so ugly you get denied hero status. Up first Joseph has been working on a new project he's been working on in his bathroom, and Andrew has bought an arcade stick to become an elite gamer. Then in the industry news Andrew goes it alone, talking about his new found respect for J.C. Staff and some dude flinging shit at Miyazaki. Lastly in our second round of previews Joseph gets rejected by the goddess that summoned him so he opens up a drugstore, and Andrew is born from a giant peach so he combines with another boy to rescue a princess.
Editor Note: The day after this was recorded, Valve felt it was good to go and announce some shiny new things. We will go over them next show! This week on VG Pulse, we have a packed and stacked show! We start off with life updates of medical problems of all sorts, before diving into the regular news where I get very angry about the Scott Cawthon situation, Audacity has some very concerning new developments from its new owners, Microsoft’s Phil Spencer makes a very stupid comment, and Nintendo’s new Switch model is not quite what people were hoping for… but never fear, Valve may unexpectedly be the hero we … Continue reading "VG Pulse 364: Not So Pro"
This week on Anime Pulse we got Joseph being attacked by a flying drill bit, Vladimir Putin hates anime, and cat ears. Up first IRL news with Joseph wrestling some tires, and Andrew wants us to name our favorite animal ears in anime. Then in the industry news we learn of PayPal being old and crotchety again, and a writer for Batman says Eastern comics are in but Western are out. And lastly are our first round of previews! Joseph goes home after losing his job and wakes up to find he's dating two girls, and Andrew practices his kickboxing but gets attacked by an 'Other' while 'Drops' fly around the streets.