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Hello anime fans and subWUFers! This week, Josh sits done Megan from OkiCon to talk about their upcoming anime convention. Join them as the discuss the con, guests, events at the convention, cosplay, anime, and much more. Grab you tickets to OkiCon today by going to OkiCon.org Follow OkiCon on: Instagram @okiconok TikTok @fandomeventsofficial Special Thanks to this week's sponsor Wild Bill's Soda! Enjoy crisp unique olde fashioned soda flavors anytime with Wild Bill's. Head over to drinkwildbills.com and use code FANDOM10 to get 10% off your purchase! Thanks to One Outta Ten for supplying the music for this episode. Check them out on: Instagram @one_outta_ten Spotify at One Outta Ten Do you have suggestions for the show? Do have specific voice actor or creator that you would like us to interview? We would love to hear from you! Feel free to shoot us an email HERE. Be sure to head over to our website AnimationStationPodcast.com to check out both What's Up, Fandom & Animation Station Podcast episodes. If you enjoy the show, please rate and review! Follow the show on: Instagram @WhatsUpFandom Twitter @WhatsUpFandomPC YouTube What's Up, Fandom Podcast Follow Josh @JoshLCain Tags: podcast, podcasts, movies, tv, comics, popculture, fandom, anime, okicon, oklahoma, animeconvention, con, chainsawman, fullmetalalchemist, cosplay
Chrissie Mayr is joined by Vic Mignogna! Captain Kirk from Star Trek Continues, Full Metal Alchemist, Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, My Hero Academia, Dragon Ball Z! Fan Expo's, Mega Con's, and MORE! Orlando, Florida! Content House! Karaoke and Hanging with Anthony Cumia! Geeks and Gamers, Nerdrotic, Friday Night Tights and the supportive Fandom! Voice Actor! #chrissiemayr #vicmignogna #startrek VISIT VIC MIGNOGNA https://twitter.com/vicmignogna https://www.startrekcontinues.com/ https://www.vicsworld.net/ https://www.risemboolrangers.com/ Check out the Star Trek Continues Studio! https://neutralzonestudios.com/
(00:00) Alright(00:10) Guest Host Colin: Mike C.'s tour manager(06:45) Star Wars (07:27) Disney+: Andor(09:40) In Theaters: Black Adam(21:04) Prime: The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power(25:00) George has read books: The Notebook, Harry Potter, Twilight(27:10) Fake Snack of the Day: Kit Kat Minis(28:19) Real Snack of the Day: Ruffles Flamin' Hot BBQ and Cherry Coke(32:43) Congratulations to Ice-T(33:22) Colin loves Hulu: General Hospital(36:15) Showtime: Happyish(39:36) Roku: The Black Donnellys(42:57) AD from our Sponsors: Hudson River Hemp(44:08) Disney+: Hocus Pocus 2(44:50) Netflix: The Curse of Bridge Hollow(46:52) Netflix: The School for Good and Evil(48:57) Episode Recap: Thank you to our guest host Colin, Andor, Black Adam, The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, General Hospital, Fullmetal Alchemist, Happyish, The Black Donnellys, Hocus Pocus 2, The Curse of Bridge Hollow, The School for Good and Evil(53:31) Thank you for supporting your local podcastMake sure to follow us on IG and Twitter @ExStream_Team_
Support Topic Lords on Patreon and get episodes a week early! (https://www.patreon.com/topiclords) Lords: * Elena * Shannon Topics: * I went to Burning Man and now maybe I don't bite my nails? * Pros and cons of vampirism * Krista and Tatiana Hogan are conjoined at the brain. They share thoughts, senses and control of their bodies. * "Gray cube, rectangular light" * https://codewriteplay.com/2019/09/10/legends-of-gamedev-clarissa-darling/ Microtopics: * Nominally saving everybody a big hassle but in fact completely failing to do the job. * Checking the double secret server. * Will Wood. * Listening to music but not learning a lot. * Biting your cuticles. * The Burning Man dust/paste situation. * Trying to get dust under your fingernails when you don't have fingernails. * Getting rid of the textures on your face which just causes more textures to happen. * A cuticle lab kit with fancy sticks and creams that you don't understand. * Nail-buffing cubes. * Losing some unpredictable aspect of your person at Burning Man. * A man made up of all the aspects of personalities that he stole from Burning Man attendees. * Leaving your nail biting behind in the temple. * Cutting your nails short ever since you got that gardening gig. * The weird traveling bruise you get when you hit your fingernail too hard. * Every shovelful had so much danger in it. * The perils of gardening barefoot. * Wearing gloves but not wearing shoes because you like the mud between your toes. * Dracula Daily. * Starting a mailing list for someone else's diary. * Couriers telling you that they delivered the boxes of soil and thanks for the shillings. * Explaining what a vampire is after the vampire is already dead. * Vampirism as a pyramid scheme. * Leaving and returning to your soldered-closed coffin at will. * God's meaner creatures. * Vampirism as a recipe for seasonal affective disorder. * What a bummer it'd be to discover that hell is real. * Living a thousand subjective years and learning a bunch of skills. * Getting up every night and finding a child to eat because that's all you have time for. * Dracula the trainspotter. * The Kirby dimension that his victims all go to and hang out together. * Offering value to the world that compensates for the person you have to kill and eat every day. * The guy in Dracula that is obsessed with technology and records his diary on wax cylinders but doesn't think to write the date on them. * Doctor C-Word. * The Blood of Manly Men. * God Sends Us Men When We Want Them. * Running out of manly blood but luckily a Texan shows up. * Affixing small electric lights to your chest so that you can explore a basement. * The spider that got so big that it was just a really big spider, you know, the really big spider everybody talks about. * How our intuition for what makes a person can be thrown off completely by simple biology. * Two brains that are slightly overlapped. * A closed system that can answer questions about itself. * Raising a child as if it is two people. * Split-brain patients. * Interpreting the two hemispheres of the brain as two individual people who are working in concert. * The storytelling part of our brain that we call consciousness. * Having control of three legs and an arm vs. three arms and a leg. * Trying to relate your subjective experience to other people. * What is the self? * A dog that likes another dog but doesn't like a different dog. * Cantilevered rainbows. * Clarissa Explains it All. * Clarissa Explains Indie Game Development. * Processing events in your life by making games about them. * Bringing out the special poetry lady to teach you poetry. * Writing a book of poetry where the typesetter also has to be a poet. * Writing a poem where you describe the scene from Fullmetal Alchemist where the two brothers burn down their house and your teacher is like "are you ok" * Writing a poem from the perspective of the piece of paper you're holding up to protect yourself from the rain and your poetry circle is like "I'm so sorry about your sister" * How to write a relatable poem. * The extra fridge that holds the food that you don't ever actually eat. * Who's got the tiger with the baseball bat? * Fragments of different jagged shapes. * Zero-Inbox Your Fridge.
Fantasy and magic are some of the most popular and favorite genres in anime, and with that, comes magical systems. Join Gracie, Isabelle, and Agnes as they discuss their favorite magical systems they've seen. This is a shorter episode description, so using this extra space to remind everyone to follow them (Girltaku_AT) on Twitter! Anime Discussed: Magical Index, Burn the Witch, Magi the Labryinth of Magic, The Ancient Magus Bride, The Executioner and Her Way of Life, Fullmetal Alchemist
The Stories: 0:00 MAJOR Voice Actor Sends Woman To Hospital After 10 Year Scandal 8:14 More Olympic Bribery Arrests 11:36 Major Anime Composer Arrested 14:54 Major V.A Passes Away 16:46 One Piece Film Red & DBS Hero Raises Toei Animation MAJORLY 20:01 Chainsaw Man, Blue Lock, Spy X Family & Ruri Dragon Manga Sales 23:55 Author Reveals Why Ace of Diamond 2 Ended 26:01 3 More MAJOR Anime & Manga END 30:06 Best News For Black Clover's Author 31:19 Jujutsu Kaisen Author New Interview Reveals 34:09 Major Naruto Announcement + Boruto Anime Next Arc 38:26 HXH Creator's New Release & Jokes About Being Cursed 41:42 Webtoons Screws Over Creators Even More Now 45:50 Tokyo Revengers 3 Big Announcmenets 47:08 Simpsons Death Note Anime Parody Episode 49:37 One Punch Man Creator's New Manga 51:08 Fullmetal Alchemist & Demon Slayer Plays 53:24 Vinland Saga Season 2 New Trailer 54:20 Shonen Jump & Shonen Magazine Author comment 57:32 Top 50 Best Selling Manga of the Week --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/forneverworld/support
In our 1st-season finale, we conclude our series of Fullmetal Alchemist reviews by rounding up the remaining theatrical feature films. First, there's 2011's The Sacred Star of Milos, an animated spin-off of Brotherhood made by the same crew, but with entirely different creative leadership, leading to a radically different aesthetic and the best animation Fullmetal Alchemist has ever seen. It's a bit narratively messy in integrating Hiromu Arakawa's characters into an otherwise original and unrelated story, but it's also an entertaining and memorably weird experience that's an essential watch. The live-action Fullmetal Alchemist trilogy is entertaining in its own way, but far less essential. With three films – 2017's Fullmetal Alchemist and this year's The Revenge of Scar and The Final Alchemy, all streaming worldwide on Netflix – this series, directed by Fumihiko Sori and starring Ryosuke Yamada as Ed, is a surprisingly faithful recreation of the manga (maybe too much so at times). Bouncing between hilarious B-movie oddity, boring recitation of the original story, and a few genuinely affecting performances and scenes, these movies are uneven but extremely interesting, and more than worth taking the time to discuss here. Enjoy, and come back next year for Season 2 of Japanimation Station, where we will be reviewing Ufotable's Type-Moon adaptations, including their Garden of Sinners and Fate/stay Night series! Subscribe to our YouTube Channel! Follow us on Twitter @JapanimationPod Follow Jonathan Lack on Twitter @JonathanLack Follow Sean Chapman on Twitter @SeantheChapman JapanimationStation.Com WeeklySuitGundam.Com WeeklyStuffPodcast.Com
After giving initial impressions of the campaign for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II – Here We Go Again! and Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope, we give a live reaction to the latest regeneration on Doctor Who and discuss the series' exciting future now that Chris Chibnall has returned to the chasm from whence he came. Then it's time to finish our series of Fullmetal Alchemist reviews by rounding up the remaining theatrical feature films. First, there's 2011's The Sacred Star of Milos, an animated spin-off of Brotherhood made by the same crew, but with entirely different creative leadership, leading to a radically different aesthetic and the best animation Fullmetal Alchemist has ever seen. The live-action Fullmetal Alchemist trilogy consists of three films – 2017's Fullmetal Alchemist and this year's The Revenge of Scar and The Final Alchemy, all streaming worldwide on Netflix – that are a surprisingly faithful recreation of the manga (maybe too much so at times). Bouncing between hilarious B-movie oddity, boring recitation of the original story, and a few genuinely affecting performances and scenes, these movies are uneven but extremely interesting, and more than worth taking the time to discuss here.Enjoy!Time Chart: Intro: 0:00:00 – 0:01:32Modern Warfare II & Other Games: 0:01:32 – 0:24:18 Doctor Who: 0:24:18 – 0:34:46 Fullmetal Alchemist: 0:34:46 – 3:04:04Subscribe to our YouTube Channel!Subscribe to Japanimation Station, our Anime Podcast!Subscribe for free to 'The Weekly Stuff' in Apple Podcasts!Follow Jonathan Lack on Twitter!Follow Sean Chapman on Twitter!
N.K. Jemisin is a fantasy and science-fiction writer who won three consecutive Hugo Awards — considered the highest honor in science-fiction writing — for her “Broken Earth” trilogy; she has since won two more Hugos, as well as other awards. But in imagining wild fictional narratives, the beloved sci-fi and fantasy writer has also cultivated a remarkable view of our all-too-real world. In her fiction, Jemisin crafts worlds that resemble ours but get disrupted by major shocks: ecological disasters, invasions by strange, tentacled creatures and more — all of which operate as thought experiments that can help us think through how human beings could and should respond to similar calamities.Jemisin's latest series, which includes “The City We Became” and “The World We Make,” takes place in a recognizable version of New York City — the texture of its streets, the distinct character of its five boroughs — that's also gripped by strange, magical forces. The series, in addition to being a rollicking read, is essentially a meditation on cities: how they come into being, how their very souls get threatened by forces like systemic racism and astronomical inequality and how their energies and cultures have the power to rescue and save those souls.I invited Jemisin on the show to help me take stock of the political and cultural ferment behind these distressing conditions — and also to remember the magical qualities of cities, systems and human nature. We discuss why multiverse fictions like “Everything Everywhere All at Once” are so popular now, how the culture and politics of New York and San Francisco have homogenized drastically in recent decades, Jemisin's views on why a coalition of Black and Latinx voters elected a former cop as New York's mayor, how gentrification causes change that we may not at first recognize, where to draw the line between imposing order and celebrating the disorder of cities, how Donald Trump kept stealing Jemisin's ideas but is at the root a “badly written character,” whether we should hold people accountable for their choices or acknowledge the way the status quo shapes our decision-making, what excites Jemisin about recent discoveries about outer space, why she thinks we are all “made of exploding stars” and more.Mentioned:N.K. Jemisin interview on Vox's "The Gray Area with Sean Illing"Book recommendations:Fullmetal Alchemist by Hiromu ArakawaMechanique by Genevieve ValentineWitch King by Martha WellsThe Death and Life of Great American Cities by Jane JacobsThoughts? Guest suggestions? Email us at email@example.com.You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more episodes of “The Ezra Klein Show” at nytimes.com/ezra-klein-podcast, and you can find Ezra on Twitter @ezraklein. Book recommendations from all our guests are listed at https://www.nytimes.com/article/ezra-klein-show-book-recs.“The Ezra Klein Show” is produced by Annie Galvin, Jeff Geld and Rogé Karma. Our researcher is Emefa Agawu. Fact-checking by Michelle Harris and Mary Marge Locker. Original music by Isaac Jones. Mixing by Jeff Geld and Sonia Herrero. Audience strategy by Shannon Busta. Special thanks to Kristin Lin, Kristina Samulewski and Jesse Bordwin.
The month of Manga continues with a lively discussion of Fullmetal Alchemist chapters 1 & 2, written and drawn by Hiromu Arakawa. Arakawa creates a beautiful, steampunk setting to create a world where alchemy is a widely practiced science. This particular Manga may feel a little more familiar to American audiences, due in part to the successful anime series that were based on the books. Fullmetal Alchemist explores concepts well-known by Western cultures, such as the Catholic Religion, and follows a structure more similar to that of mainstream American comics, which allows this series to be an easy starting point for those looking to get into Manga. Will the Elrich Brothers get the philosopher's stone? Or are they doomed to live with their mistakes? Listen in and find out!
Our journey through Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood comes to an end with the second half of the second anime, now in fully uncharted territory as it adapts the final stretch of Hiromu Arakawa's original manga. Diving deep into the Briggs and Promised Day story arcs that conclude the series, we discuss all the many ups and occasional downs of this last run. The manga is probably at its most uneven during this portion, but Brotherhood fully comes into its own as an anime, its pacing finally relaxed enough to fully tell the story, its ludicrously stacked voice cast fully in place, and its animation and aesthetics frequently on point as it approaches the end. As we go through the good, the bad, and everything in between, we find no shortage of topics worth discussing, and Brotherhood proves extremely rewarding to talk about all the way up to its all-time great ending. Enjoy, and come back next time for our first season finale, as we wrap up all things Fullmetal Alchemist with reviews of the 2011 animated movie The Sacred Star of Milos and the live-action film trilogy currently streaming on Netflix! Follow us on Twitter @JapanimationPod Follow Jonathan Lack on Twitter @JonathanLack Follow Sean Chapman on Twitter @SeantheChapman JapanimationStation.Com WeeklySuitGundam.Com WeeklyStuffPodcast.Com
Our journey through Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood comes to an end with the second half of the second anime, now in fully uncharted territory as it adapts the final stretch of Hiromu Arakawa's original manga. Diving deep into the Briggs and Promised Day story arcs that conclude the series, we discuss all the many ups and occasional downs of this last run. The manga is probably at its most uneven during this portion, but Brotherhood fully comes into its own as an anime, its pacing finally relaxed enough to fully tell the story, its ludicrously stacked voice cast fully in place, and its animation and aesthetics frequently on point as it approaches the end. As we go through the good, the bad, and everything in between, we find no shortage of topics worth discussing, and Brotherhood proves extremely rewarding to talk about all the way up to its all-time great ending. Enjoy!TIME CHART:Intro: 0:00:00 – 0:03:42Fullmetal Alchemist: 0:03:42 – 3:38:27Subscribe to our YouTube Channel!Subscribe to Japanimation Station, our Anime Podcast!Subscribe for free to 'The Weekly Stuff' in Apple Podcasts!Follow Jonathan Lack on Twitter!Follow Sean Chapman on Twitter!
Can Ed and Lin get out of the sea of blood after being "eaten" by Gluttony? Can Mei Chang find Xiao Mei? What is Envy's true form? And... what is up with the pedestrian sound effects in this chapter of the English edition?? It's the reveal-filled 51st chapter of Fullmetal Alchemist!
We're celebrating a milestone here on What's New to Netflix Instant!? because it's our 100th episode!! Tonight we've decided to give all of you a special full-length commentary for the last of the live-action Fullmetal Alchemist movies when we watch Fullmetal Alchemist: The Final Alchemy from 2022! WARNING: This is not a typical episode of What's New to Netflix Instant!? This is an audio commentary. This episode is meant to be listened to while you watch Fullmetal Alchemist: The Final Alchemy. If you try to listen to this episode and you are not watching Fullmetal Alchemist: The Final Alchemy along with us, a lot of this will not make any sense. got a suggestion for the show?: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this epsiode, we cosplay as radio show hosts and get some very interesting callers on the show. Tune in! Every effort is made to keep spoilers to a minimum. (The only exception being older titles) Catch our Fresh Bites Review Show and AMVs on our YouTube channel: The Anime Freshmen Be sure to rate and subscribe to the show & follow on our socials: How to connect: Website: https://animefreshmen.com/ Email: email@example.com Instagram: @AnimeFreshmen Facebook: @AnimeFreshmen Twitter: @AnimeFreshmen Keep It Fresh! TAGS: Anime, Otaku, Manga, Anime Podcast, Anime Reviews, Anime Recommendations, Pokemon, Black Clover, Attack On Titan, Dragon Ball, Demon Slayer, Bleach, Fire Force, Kengan Ashura, One Piece, Naruto, Bleach, Hunter x Hunter, Jojo's Bizzare Adventure, Full Metal Alchemist, Vinland Saga, Seven Deadly Sins, Food Wars, Cowboy Bebop, One Punch Man, Haikyuu, Tokyo Ghoul, My Hero Academia, Tokyo Revengers, Mob Psycho 100, Boruto, Jujutsu Kaisen, That Time I Got Reincarnated As A Slime, Spy x Family, MCM Comic Con
We watched episode 44 of Digimon Ghost Gays! This could have all been avoided if the gang had just watched Fullmetal Alchemist. Twitter | Discord Find the hosts elsewhere: Elvier - Twitter | TikTok Morg - Twitter | Sonic Shuffle | Fwd:Fwd:Re:Zero Emory - FurAffinity | Gon x Will x Hunting A Noise Space podcast
In the final road to New York Comic-Con I give my thoughts on what I am looking forward to with one of the biggest fandom events in the east coast as well as the major event in Times Square celebrating the upcoming One-Piece film and more. I will also give my thoughts on episode seven of SHE-HULK and why hate watchers were shut down about the character's body shape. Then in our TALK TOPIC of the WEEK I give thoughts on the third installment into the live action FULL METAL trilogy. All this and more in this episode of A.C.M.G. presents TALK TIME LIVE!
Em mais uma perigosa aventura, nossos aventureiros chegam a uma torre que serviu como ponto de encontro de feiticeiros que tem apenas um objetivo em comum: criar a pedra filosofal. Como é o nome daquele que criou, mesmo?
How will Ed react to the appearance of Envy? How is Mustang's intelligence-gathering game? Which is the better sound effect, “BZASH” or “SLISH”? The answers to these and more questions as Tim and Patrick discuss FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST chapter 50! Plus: When you know you shouldn't eat it, but you can't help yourself… and you're Gluttony.
Welcome to another edition of the Balcksmith's Furnace all! Mo kicks things off this week in teh hot seat. He talks about what qualifies one to preach from the pulpit and what the point is of giving an account of one's life at judgement if for the saved individual that account doesn't determine if you get into heaven or not. We then go on to talk about representation in the media and focus specifically on the upcoming live action remake of the Little Mermaid whose main character is now a black lady. For our hookups Peter suggested checking out a movie series on Netflix called Fullmetal Alchemist. Have a watch here https://www.netflix.com/gb/title/80223731, Rob suggested checking out a youtube channel called Property by Kazy subcribe over here https://www.youtube.com/c/PropertyByKazy and Mo wants you to keep an eye out for his digital exhibition that will be on Instagram in November, go follow his account here https://www.instagram.com/hmuseh/ to make sure you don't miss something incredible We hope you enjoy the episode and if you do please let us know in the comments and let your friends know by sharing, and if you don't, please let us know in the comments and let your friends know by sharing. We're big believers in the "win-win"Take care and stay blessed. Special thanks to RUDE (@itsrudeboy) for the intro and outro music. And to Calvin A Turner founder of Torra Media (facebook , @torramedia) and digital designer extraordinaire for TheOrdinaryAmazing.com logo design.
How important is storytelling for an anime to shine? Are character arcs and worldbuilding key to building a narrative? Maybe, but this isn't Harry Potter. Join us for a deep dive into this and more. Every effort is made to keep spoilers to a minimum. (The only exception being older titles) Catch our Fresh Bites Review Show and AMVs on our YouTube channel: The Anime Freshmen Be sure to rate and subscribe to the show & follow on our socials: How to connect: Website: https://animefreshmen.com/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @AnimeFreshmen Facebook: @AnimeFreshmen Twitter: @AnimeFreshmen Keep It Fresh! TAGS: Anime, Otaku, Manga, Anime Podcast, Anime Reviews, Anime Recommendations, Pokemon, Black Clover, Attack On Titan, Dragon Ball, Demon Slayer, Bleach, Fire Force, Kengan Ashura, One Piece, Naruto, Bleach, Hunter x Hunter, Jojo's Bizzare Adventure, Full Metal Alchemist, Vinland Saga, Seven Deadly Sins, Food Wars, Cowboy Bebop, One Punch Man, Haikyuu, Tokyo Ghoul, My Hero Academia, Tokyo Revengers, Mob Psycho 100, Boruto, Jujutsu Kaisen, That Time I Got Reincarnated As A Slime, Spy x Family, MCM Comic Con
What's New to Netflix Instant!? is back! And we're here with our 99th episode to bring you all of the news on the latest movies and shows that are coming to Netflix in September 2022! Then we strap on a GoPro and kick as much ass as we possibly can when we scope the action-packed, Hardcore Henry from 2015. Next, we talk about the sequel to the live-action Fullmetal Alchemist film (that we did a special commentary for a few years back) which introduces a new enemy to the story in Fullmetal Alchemist: The Revenge of Scar from 2022. And it's the true story of John McAfee, anti-virus software maker and millionaire eccentric extraordinaire, as he flees from country to country to avoid being arrested for murder and tax evasion in Running with the Devil: The Wild World of John McAfee, also from 2022. All of this plus the Apatow crew and the debate over what their official name is, sibling dating shows, how to manage your finances the Netflix way, pizza stories, huffing computer duster, shitty teens, Tyler Perry gets serious, and Air Bud Entertainment continues to take things to the next level! got a suggestion for the show?: email@example.com
Olá pessoas do UNITEDcast, no episódio dessa semana nossos podcasters trouxeram uma lista de animes que você talvez não saiba que são remakes. Venha conferir esta lista! Participantes: Ds, Ana, Kurt, Vitor, Gab Edição: Ana Paula – CANAL TELEGRAM: https://t.me/animeunitedbr – Mande seu Email: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org – Apoie o UNITEDcast: Manda um PIX!!: email@example.com Seja um FODEROSO do nosso Apoia-se: https://apoia.se/unitedcast Assista ao vivo no nosso Canal do Youtube! Compre na AMAZON pelo Nosso Link: https://amzn.to/2WjH5kM – Assine o UNITEDcast: Spotify: Segue a gente por lá! iTunes: Adiciona a gente lá! Google Podcasts: Assine Agora! – Links do Episódio: Twitch do DS: https://twitch.tv/dsunited Canal da Ana: https://www.youtube.com/c/CulturaAnime Grupo do Kurt https://www.facebook.com/groups/actionsecomics2 – Nos Siga: Twitter do DS: https://twitter.com/odaltonsilveira Instagram do DS: https://www.instagram.com/odaltonsilveira/ Fabebook da United: https://www.facebook.com/animeunitedoficial Twitter da United: https://twitter.com/animeunitedBR Instagram da United: https://www.instagram.com/animeunitedbr/
What about a task that doesn't have a sense of doing it well? You do it or you don't do it, like earning money, or getting that job, or buying a house? The only thing that's reinforced are tasks toward goal completion. What could I do today that would move me toward that goal? The only question: is it moving toward my goal? If so, it's effective (or if not, not effective), rather than good or bad. For example, David venting about his paper to his friend helped him be on task, rather than not being on task and going out to eat at Burger King—it's still about the paper (it's still on task). How effective is it toward the task? More effective than going to Burger King and not talking or thinking about the paper at all. Long term goals are specifically hard for folx with ADHD because of the delay of gratification. The more you wait, the more you feel like you're failing. Neurotypical folx will read that waiting as normal or to be expected. Bobby names things like saving for retirement, saving for a house, paying off debt—the progress is so slow it feels so boring. David relies on his awesome neurotypical partner to save for a house by taking what they would pay for a mortgage every month and saving whatever that was on top of their rent (so if their Lego House rent was $10, and they wanted a $30 mortgage, they saved the extra $20 every month). Isabelle wonders if neurotypical shame spirals go as deep as neurodivergent ones—for example, David's goes to homelessness, and she notices that neurotypical folx notice how close they got the finish (like getting the brick at the bottom of the pool during swimming lessons), and factor that in, whereas for her it's the outcome that matters and she goes straight to everyone she loves is going to abandon her and ditch her. David names that he has a few shame spirals—for work, it's homelessness, for relationships—it's abandonment. This leads to black and white thinking, which is more than just worth mentioning, it's the difference between “not getting a snack” to “failure begets failure begets FAILURE…” And this extreme is dismissed so often, people don't get it. As a therapist you'd never say “it's not a big deal,” you're invalidating those feelings. What we ADHD folx feel, our level of intensity, is REAL—instead of “it shouldn't hurt that much,” it's “that's extremely frustrating.” Bobby is slurping all this data up, and taking the feels, and feeling them…and that's what you do. You acknowledge how intensely you're feeling them. Bobby sits in the role of “Novice EveryDay-er…Every Day Dude” (which is what it says on his nameplate). And not just acknowledging your feels, but acknowledging the intensity of how strongly you feel them. Feel the feeling, know it's more intense, or it might not be felt by other people. And do what you need to do to regulate—-as opposed to let it go. It's like telling someone with ADHD not to look at the ceiling (we all looked at the ceiling). Telling someone to fight something is not effective, it can go on forever in a power struggle. Isabelle describes that she prefers the phrase self-soothe to self-regulate, because it can be a pressure to return to masking and appearing as though you are neurotypical or ‘regular.' David is wondering if self-soothing is the task, actually—you might not be able to soothe or make the injury out of the way, and instead get grounded again. It's not about getting out of your ADHD mindstate, it's about lowering your hyper focus and lowering the pressure to act. David does this intermittent fast now and just got distracted about the food he wants to eat (schwarma)—he's not pretending he's going back to the point and instead is focusing on food and saying “Schwarma.” The group decides they will say “Schwarma” any time this happens, if they can remember, which Bobby reassures them he will. Isabelle then describes that she thinks Bobby circumvents working memory problems by using some of the rules of comedy, like callbacks, and then…she also loses the plot and goes back to telling her story. Isabelle describes fixations on movies or things across many genres and seems to do with what the movie makes her feel. She is reminded of one of her roommates in college who was a lovely person, but would fixate on one or two somewhat depressing emo songs and for Isabelle, she didn't like the emotional state it would generate. So she recognizes that she goes through fasts almost, of media that stirs up feelings because she gets so sucked in, so she avoids fiction and movies and music for a while. Then, it's like a switch flips, and she gets sucked in and rewatches things over and over again. Like the Netflix film “Tall Girl.” Because she is tall. And it hooked her (despite not being the best movie maybe, but she liked it). And she found time, when she has no time, to watch it four times in the span of a week. What is this? David's like: it's the definition of hyperfocus. It's that you fall into it intensely. It's that you do the same thing over and over again, or a genre—like David only watched shows that only made it one season. Isabelle can daydream for five hours straight while driving, she can rewatch things in her head. David is naming that this is not the safest driving technique, but David is wondering if there were any changes in this span that changes your capacity to move around? Were there things that gave you more unstructured time? Were there things you were avoiding or wanting distraction from on an emotional level? When all of those things happen, hyperfocus can kick in for preservation, like you're going to get sucked into the Full Metal Alchemist because you don't want to think about life after graduation. And in another way, rumination can kick in when you don't move around during the day, which turns into a type of thinking at the end of the day, those thoughts can be a way to get out that energy. Everyone is going to kick into hyperfocus for different reasons and it will vary based on types and on the environment that they're in. Isabelle connects very much to preservation idea of hyperfocus, how survival-related it feels and the times she was in a fandom over a particular show or movie that relate to major life transitions, like graduation, or career changes, or life changes. David names that it's probably much easier to remember the relationship she had with those things than the transitions themselves. David names that this is a superpower. It usually happens when you're sitting in helplessness. Are you sitting in your helplessness, or are you sitting in “these amazing actors and actresses are nailing it?” Isabelle insists Bobby will watch it and grow to love it. It can happen when you don't have structure or your routine changes, and it provides structure—the reality is, for David, it's important to go wild if you really are in a state of helplessness—then go to town watching all the shows. But if you're using it to avoid a task, that's a whole other story. Things Isabelle, David, and Bobby have hyper focused on (that are mentioned in the episode):The MatrixNew GirlTall GirlIt's Always Sunny in PhiladelphiaFull Metal AlchemistSchwarmaDAVID'S DEFINITIONS:Black and White Thinking: Believing or acting as if there are only two ways of thinking right or wrong. This includes feeling like you did the thing or failed completely, and can be felt very intensely. Black and white thinking also makes it harder to see middle paths during an argument and makes it harder to back down and be flexible at times.Delayed Gratification: Receiving the reward or win, well after the behavior occurs. This is another forebrain skill that is often harder for folx with ADHD. Hyperfocus: Aside from happening in certain task-focused environments, it can kick in when you have unstructured time, or you're trying to avoid certain emotional subjects or needing distraction from an intense emotion.Rumination: Can kick in when you haven't had a chance to move around as much. When facing a big feeling (instead of “let it go”)Feel the feeling. Know it's more intense, or it might not be felt by other people. And do what you need to do to regulate (or self soothe!)-----Cover Art by: Sol VázquezTechnical Support by: Bobby Richards—————
It's another packed episode as Jonathan gives first impressions of Splatoon 3 on the Nintendo Switch, reviews the Star Trek: The Motion Picture – Director's Edition on 4K UHD Blu-ray, and we commiserate over the ever-growing avalanche of Disney/Marvel news from the weekend, before jumping into the next phase of our Fullmetal Alchemist review series! This time, we're talking Brotherhood, the 2009 anime that starts fresh to adapt Hiromu Arakawa's original manga in full. With a new crew, a new animation style, many new cast members, and a largely new story, Brotherhood is extremely different than the 2003 anime – and in many ways, it's also a different beast than the manga, especially in this first half. It's a lot to talk about, and with a whole half of the series left to go, we're only just scratching the surface. Enjoy!TIME CHART:Intro & Stuff: 0:00:00 – 0:37:41Fullmetal Alchemist: 0:37:41 – 3:29:34Subscribe to our YouTube Channel!Subscribe to Japanimation Station, our Anime Podcast!Subscribe for free to 'The Weekly Stuff' in Apple Podcasts!Follow Jonathan Lack on Twitter!Follow Sean Chapman on Twitter!
As our heroes battle an enraged gluttony, Bradley has another encounter with the mysterious Pride. Along with the action-packed 49th chapter of FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST, we discuss the volume 12 bonus material, and what that back matter tells us about the difficulties of translating a work that's still in progress. And, of course, we discuss sound effects!
Our special guest is a veteran voice actress and ADR director in the anime scene, Caitlin Glass! From Winry Rockbell in Fullmetal Alchemist & Haruhi Fujioka in Ouran High School Host Club to directing the latest anime on Crunchyroll, Caitlin has always been on the forefront of making the anime dub scene pop. Listen to the newest episode to see how Caitlin has grown in the field and how she continues to make anime dubs better! 1- intro 2- being in the world of anime as a career 4- legend of becoming a voice actress from a tour 9- going from school to actress to director 17- becoming full time director in 2015 21- process of dubbing shows 26- still passionate about anime these days 32- being in stage plays 35- Disney figures 37- meeting husband 38- spiritual journey 52- using Spanish in dubbing Garo 1:08- Favorite titles (Ranking of Kings, Radiant, Fruits Basket) Special Guest: Caitlin Glass.
This week on Krewe of Japan Podcast... Doug & Jenn sit down with elite voice actor Kyle Hebert to discuss one of the most popular genres in all of anime: Shonen Anime. Having done countless voices for characters over the years (Adult Gohan in Dragon Ball Z/Super, Kiba in Naruto, Aizen in Bleach... just to name a few), Kyle shares his thoughts on the genre, experiences in voice acting, and tells us why shonen anime is here to stay. PLUS ULTRA!------ About the Krewe ------The Krewe of Japan Podcast is a weekly episodic podcast sponsored by the Japan Society of New Orleans. Check them out every Friday afternoon around noon CST on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Want to share your experiences with the Krewe? Or perhaps you have ideas for episodes, feedback, comments, or questions? Let the Krewe know by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or on social media (Twitter: @kreweofjapan, Instagram: @kreweofjapanpodcast, Facebook: Krewe of Japan Podcast Page, TikTok: @kreweofjapanpodcast, & the Krewe of Japan Youtube Channel). Until next time, enjoy!------ More Info on Kyle Hebert ------Kyle Hebert's WebsiteKyle Hebert's Podcast (Intergalactic Boom Box - Apple, Spotify, Overcast)Kyle Hebert on InstagramKyle Hebert on TwitterKyle Hebert on CameoFanX Salt Lake Comic Convention
#159 Seoul Vibe, We Met In Virtual Reality, The Batman We begin this week with what feels like Korea's answer to the Fast and Furious franchise. Seoul Vibe is a period piece set in the 1980's about stylish criminals involved in way over their heads with police inspectors and drug lords and several car chases. We Met In Virtual Reality is a new type of film. It's a documentary that follows the lives of several people; exclusively shot in virtual reality, specifically VR Chat. Lastly, we end our ‘Batathon' with 2022's The Batman; a true crime murder mystery for the soul of Gotham. Part Se7en and part Nolan: all cool. Next Time: Barbarian, Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank, Django Unchained Recent Discoveries Luke: The Adam Project, Vengeance, Full Metal Alchemist (2017) Ralf: Full Metal Alchemist (2017), Home Team, Boomerang Oscar: Bodies Bodies Bodies, Resurrection, Orphan, Orphan: First Kill Show Notes 00:00:00 INTRO 00:08:32 Recent Discoveries 00:42:27 Seoul Vibe 00:54:44 spoilers 00:59:44 We Met In Virtual Reality 01:20:33 The Batman 01:58:08 EXIT
In today's episode of Anime Freshmen Z, we review the anime known as Beezlebub, sponsored and chosen by our in-house Skynet. Do you dare to Bub your Beezle?? We do! Join us. This episode will contain anime-specific spoilers. Catch our Fresh Bites Review Show and AMVs on our YouTube channel: The Anime Freshmen Be sure to rate and subscribe to the show & follow on our socials: How to connect: Website: https://animefreshmen.com/ Email: email@example.com Instagram: @AnimeFreshmen Facebook: @AnimeFreshmen Twitter: @AnimeFreshmen Keep It Fresh! TAGS: Anime, Otaku, Manga, Anime Podcast, Anime Reviews, Anime Recommendations, Pokemon, Black Clover, Attack On Titan, Dragon Ball, Demon Slayer, Bleach, Fire Force, Kengan Ashura, One Piece, Naruto, Bleach, Hunter x Hunter, Jojo's Bizzare Adventure, Full Metal Alchemist, Vinland Saga, Seven Deadly Sins, Food Wars, Cowboy Bebop, One Punch Man, Haikyuu, Tokyo Ghoul, My Hero Academia, Tokyo Revengers, Mob Psycho 100, Boruto, Jujutsu Kaisen, That Time I Got Reincarnated As A Slime, Spy x Family, MCM Comic Con
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Kyle welcomes Jackson White, political commentator for The Young Turks and Rebel HQ, to discuss his love of Dragon Ball and all things anime! Kyle recently caught Jackson on a livestream talking smack about Dragon Ball, but shared a lot of good points about why Vegeta is the best character in the show. Jackson shares more about how he got into anime and pitches me on some anime I have to watch so we can chat about them in the future. Go check out Jackson's work with Rebel HQ and be sure to follow him on the socials. Twitter: https://twitter.com/slimfitchacho #theyoungturks #rebelhq #jacksonwhite #dragonballsuper #fullmetalalchemist #naruto Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/34IeNX4 Follow on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2VgI5ZT Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/dragonballsuperdope Donations: http://cash.app/$SuperDopePods Buy us a Ko-Fi or whatever: https://ko-fi.com/superdopepods https://www.twitch.tv/superdopepodcasts Come join our Facebook group! Roshi's Secret Stash Subscribe on Youtube: http://bit.ly/362vgHs Twitter: https://twitter.com/DBSuperDope1 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dbsuperdope/ Voicemail: 401-213-9596 Email: DBSuperDope@gmail.com
Sign up through https://wren.co/calm to make a difference in the climate crisis, and Wren will plant 10 extra trees in your name! Ron (Truegreen7) & Toby (Bird Keeper Toby) randomly generate a Pokémon to see which topics the conversation ends up, like Anime, Video games, films, Pokémon Scarlet and Violet reveals and other Gen 9 news. This is so much more than a Pokémon Podcast. Ron's Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/truegreen7 Toby's Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/BirdKeeperToby Ron's Twitter - https://twitter.com/Truegreen7 Toby's Twitter - https://twitter.com/BirdKeeperToby Apple Podcast: https://apple.co/3M8nSNK Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3ywv56e (0:00) Intro (4:00) The Pokemon World Championships (8:46) Meeting you (15:30) Exploring London (22:20) The Weather in England (26:22) Wren (29:00) Touring the UK (53:39) Generating a Pokemon (58:04) Full Metal Alchemist, Full Metal Alchemist #Pokemon #Truegreen7 #Birdkeepertoby #Podcast #CalmMind
Welcome back to another tangent filled episode of the Anime Alchemists Podcast! The theme for today: Black Air Force Energy and Peak Writing in anime. To start everything off, we actually review our experience at Houston's newest Anime themed bar in sugarland: The Anime Bar! Afterwards, we try to get through some anime news, but very easily get off topic and somehow go down a my hero academia rabbit hole. Coming out of that, we get into the conversation of what Black Air Force energy is and which characters in anime are the best examples of it. Honorable mentions include kid buu, aizen, levi and many more. Afterwards, we have a pretty deep discussion about Full Metal Alchemist and whether or not we believe that Philosophers would enjoy anime like this one if they were alive today? After much discussion, editor san and Gary both agree they might have to bump up FMA to their #2 spot on their anime list. Thank you to everyone who listens to our rambling, we appreciate all your support! Make sure to check out our youtube channel and subscribe for more content! Also don't forget to follow us on our Tiktok pages Emory: @emvjuro Gary: @garishmataro Alchemists: @animealchemistspodcast Also make sure to Join our Misdirection Pirates Discord Server filled with over 3,000+ fans of anime where we watch weekly anime nights, have role play sessions and discuss with members of the community all things gaming and anime! Click the Link Here: https://discord.gg/9VQZ9nU4 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/emory-villalovos/support
This week, Resident Evil was canceled, Umbrella Academy was renewed for a fourth season and its showrunner will lead the Horizon Zero Dawn project, so Dan needs a pick-me-up. Fortunately, the consistently good Never Have I Ever is back for a third season.00:00:32 Intro00:02:48 What's Your Swill00:06:48 News00:11:23 Downstream00:19:13 Quick Hits: Extraordinary Attorney Woo00:24:02 Feature Review: Never Have I Ever season 300:29:33 Never Have I Ever season 3 spoilers00:33:50 Fullmetal Alchemist live action moviesOur intro and outro theme song is “Bitter” by Space Weather. Check them out by following their Twitter @SpaceWeatherUS. Also, make sure to listen to their new single here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0XeAlAq0js If you like our show and want to contribute monetarily, visit https://www.patreon.com/netflixnswill to contribute at any level, or you can buy our merch at https://www.teepublic.com/user/netflixnswill Join our Discord Server at https://discord.gg/krVVhFxrRk Listen to our Magic the Gathering Podcast, Stacking Triggers: https://www.netflixnswill.com/stmtg or follow the podcast at https://twitter.com/stmtgpodcast
Lin Yao has just captured Gluttony! Will Ed and Al be able to capture Scar as well? How does Winry deal with the feeling of always being the one waiting for someone else? It's a chapter of action, realizations, and growth for multiple characters. Tim and Patrick discuss FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST chapter 48!
Welcome to another adventure of The nInja Please podcast. This week Ocean took some personal time to be with his family so you can call this Tales from the Tardis. Makyo will be my 6 o'clock and I his, as we journey through this week's events through the meta verse, pop culture, and more. So stay tuned and enjoy this Ninja Please Special Edition. (00:10:00) We roll our intros and get straight to it, but not before Starman aka Yuki walks us through his past week of being down one arm due to a bad night's sleep. After Intro We jump right into American Horror Stories season 2 . We missed last week's episode so you're in for a treat, as we cover back-to-back episodes “Bloody Mary” and “Face Lift”. Stay tuned for more. (00:35:00) Starman finally completes the 1st season of Reservation Dogs , we recap !!! (00:49:00) Yuki aka Starman tackles HULU's “The Princess” (01:01:56) Netflix has unsurprisingly canceled Its Resident Evil Series after only one horrible season. , You tried…. We follow this up with a hot take on Netflix's Full Metal Alchemist film. (01:21:20) We recap She-Hulk episode 2 .. stay tuned Before we close out we share our thoughts on Marvel's ThunderBolts! Original Music By Starman Ninja Please Theme - Starman . Ninjaplease OST Coming soon. Subscribe to Ninjapleasepod on Youtube 2022 Star Superior, LLC Follow us on social Media @Ninjapleasepod and like us on Facebook. Coming soon to Youtube. #Ninjapleasepodcast #covid19 #Anime #Hulu #Crunchyroll #Funimation #Nintendo #Sony #PS5 #Marvel #DC #DIsney #syfy #Cartoonnetwork #CN #Adultswim #usa #trending #memes #life #style #Netflix #Ninjapleasepodcast #Amazonprimevideo #Hulu #PS5 #Xbox #WB #HBOMAX #Disney+ #animereview #bestanimepocast #BLERD #Bestblerdpodintheunuverse #geekoftheyear #bestgeekpod #blackgeekculture #comedy #arcade #tardis #talesfromthetardis #shehulk #taskmaster #reservationdogs #theprincess
Lots of news this week in the world of our favorite fandoms as we go over more on AEW FIGHT FOREVER's early accomplishment during this week's GAMESCOM in Germany along with info on recent delays and cancelations. We will also discuss this week's sensational episode of SHE-HULK. Then in our TALK TOPIC of the WEEK, I reviewed the second installment into the FULLMETAL series with The Revenge of Scar streaming now on Netflix. All this and more in this episode of A.C.M.G. presents TALK TIME LIVE.
Mac and Cheese! Chris Rager is an amazing voice over artist that you have heard in so many animes like One Piece, Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z, Attack on Titan, My Hero Academia, and many others! We have so much fun with Chris about his work on these shows, video game series like Borderlands, Full Metal Alchemist and others. We talk about his entry in voice work and what he enjoys about his work. And if we or Chris, or both of us dont get a sponsorship from Kraft Mac & Cheese after this episode, something is clearly sad and wrong with this world ... Enjoy the laughs in this episode! For more information on Chris Rager, please visit the following - Twitter - @ragercoaster Facebook - Chris Rager Chris Rager Voice Acting Work Shops For RSWOF Merch - https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirt/31938193-rswof?store_id=1397534 100% of all proceeds Benefit Wish Upon a Teen For direct contributions - www.wishuponateen.org Join our Discord! https://discord.gg/cpry4fCDTq Check out our website - www.fsfpopcast.com Find us on your favorite audio podcast providers like Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Goodpods, Stitcher and many more! FSF PopCast on Twitter and Instagram - @fsfpopcast Buy us Coffee - https://ko-fi.com/fsfpopcast For more on our show partners - Bridgework Studios - https://www.teepublic.com/user/bridgework-studios Level Up Sabers - https://shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=2018189&u=3289465&m=124959&urllink=&afftrack= Support The FSF PopCast by contributing to their tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/funny-science-fiction
On this episode of Manga Mavericks, Colton & Lum catch up on the latest simulpubs on some of the usual apps! Including some various one shots on Shonen Jump, plus the return of Chainsaw Man! As well as some new fantastic series on Manga Plus with You and I Are Polar Opposites, Make the Exorcist Fall in Love, Stage S and Moebana! And lastly, despite terrible app its on, we discuss the newest series from Hiromu Arakawa, creator of Fullmetal Alchemist and Silver Spoon, with Daemons of the Shadow Realm! For a complete list of links and Community Shout-Outs mentioned in this episode, please visit this podcast's webpage at: http://all-comic.com/2022/manga-mavericks-ep-211-august-2022-simulpubs-roundup/ PODCAST BREAKDOWN: 00:00 - RIP Kiyoshi Kobayashi (voice of Daisuke Jigen) 06:14 - Intro 07:18 - Chainsaw Man Part 2 16:03 - Just Listen to the Song 22:31 - Dr. Stone special one shot 30:50 - Shokugeki no Sanji 6 43:35 - Captain Velvet Meteor one shot 52:22 - You and I Are Polar Opposites 1:08:25 - Make the Exorcist Fall in Love 1:24:02 - Stage S 1:36:04 - Moebana 1:50:47 - Daemons of the Shadow Realm 2:03:48 - Community Shout-outs! 2:14:42 - Wrap up Enjoy the show, and follow us on twitter at @manga_mavericks, on tumblr at mangamavericks.tumblr.com, and on Youtube! You can also follow the hosts on Twitter at @sniperking323 and @lumranmayasha. If you'd like to help support the show financially you can pledge to our Patreon and receive some awesome rewards like our Patreon-exclusive Bonus pods! If one-time donations are more your speed you can donate to Colton's Ko-fi here and LumRanmaYasha's Ko-fi here, and if you want to support LumRanmaYasha's art and other projects you can follow them @siddartworks on Instagram and Twitter and donate to their personal Patreon. Don't forget to also like and subscribe to us on Youtube and iTunes and leave us reviews to help us curate the show and create better content! Music Featured: Revolver Fires by Gary Stockdale
In this one, Jupiter talks about how there is no main character in Full Metal Alchemist, and Amy talks about being acknowledged in Layton's London Life. Amy Terry (@pixelameart on twitter) Jupiter Morningstar (https://www.twitch.tv/jupitermorningstar) A Mushroom Station podcast (https://www.mushroomstation.net): https://www.patreon.com/mushroomstation https://www.twitter.com/mushroompods
This is the last episode of JAPANIMATION STATION we'll be sharing in the Weekly Suit Gundam feed for now, so be sure to SUBSCRIBE to the new podcast feed on your platform of choice. All links can be found at JapanimationStation.Com or by searching in your favorite podcast app. Thanks for listening! The first Fullmetal Alchemist anime comes to its ultimate conclusion in the 2005 feature film Conqueror of Shamballa, a narratively messy but beautifully made movie that showcases the best and the worst that this ‘alternate' version of Fullmetal Alchemist has to offer. With Edward Elric lost in ‘our' world on the other side of the gate, Conqueror of Shamballa is set primarily in 1923 Germany on the eve of the Nazi Party's ‘Beer Hall Putsch,' with Ed navigating a society on the brink of collapse into genocidal fascism. It's a fascinating and often quite effective setting, while the action back in Amestris – where Alphonse Elric, back in his human body, is searching for a way to get back to his brother – feels pretty threadbare. The worlds eventually collide, and we see how Seiji Mizushima and company bring this version of the story to a close, with Sean and Jonathan giving their final thoughts on how the 2003 version of Fullmetal Alchemist stands the test of time nearly 20 years later. Enjoy, and come back throughout the week for a series of Dragon Ball bonus episodes leading up to the American release – and our review of – the new film Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero! Subscribe to our YouTube Channel! Follow us on Twitter @JapanimationPod Follow Jonathan Lack on Twitter @JonathanLack Follow Sean Chapman on Twitter @SeantheChapman JapanimationStation.Com WeeklySuitGundam.Com WeeklyStuffPodcast.Com
Before continuing our journey through Fullmetal Alchemist, Jonathan and Sean catch up with a very loopy opening segment in which Jonathan asks many increasingly silly questions about Sean's experience teaching in Texas; Sean reviews the game Sifu for PS5; and Jonathan talks about his impromptu deep dive into the works of Orson Welles. And then it's back to the world of Fullmetal Alchemist for the 2005 feature film Conqueror of Shamballa, a narratively messy but beautifully made movie that showcases the best and the worst that this ‘alternate' version of the series to offer. We see how Seiji Mizushima and company bring this version of the story to a close, with Sean and Jonathan giving their final thoughts on how the 2003 version of Fullmetal Alchemist stands the test of time nearly 20 years later. Enjoy!Time Chart: Intro & Stuff: 0:00:00 – 0:12:28 Sean Talks Sifu: 0:12:28 – 0:24:05Jonathan Talks Orson Welles: 0:24:05 – 0:39:23Fullmetal Alchemist: 0:39:23 – 2:17:29 Subscribe to our YouTube Channel!Subscribe to the WEEKLY SUIT GUNDAM Podcast!Subscribe for free to 'The Weekly Stuff' in Apple Podcasts!Follow Jonathan Lack on Twitter!Follow Sean Chapman on Twitter!
On this episode of Manga Mavericks, Colton & Lum once again go over the last months worth of news! We start off with a few depressing items such as the passing of Dubu, the artist behind Solo Leveling, as well as some updates on a few series that are currently on hiatus due to a variety of health issues caused by the general harsh workload of the manga industry. Despite that, there's also a lot to look forward to, such as a ton of new manga licenses like always, some new upcoming anime films coming to theaters in the US and even new takes on Death Note coming up from both the creators of Stranger Things and also...The Simpsons!? All this more on this episode of the podcast! Enjoy!! For a complete list of links and Community Shout-Outs mentioned in this episode, please visit this podcast's webpage at: http://all-comic.com/2022/manga-mavericks-ep-210-august-2022-news-roundup/ PODCAST BREAKDOWN: 00:00 - RIP Dubu, artist of Solo Leveling 02:36 - Intro/Lum's time at Otakon and their latest podcast guest spots 08:58 - Ai Yazawa's latest comment on the state of Nana's hiatus 10:21 - Welcome to the Ballroom goes on hiatus/irregular serialization 11:35 - Diamond in the Rough and Ruri Dragon on hiatus 14:38 - Updates on Togahi's progress on the next batch of Hunter x Hunter chapters 20:39 - Two Shaman King spinoff manga ending 21:31 - Chihayafuru has ended 23:36 - Kaguya-sama: Love is War to end soon with 28 volumes total 24:35 - Blood Blockade Battlefront Part 3 - Beat 3 Peat - starts in October 25:28 - Bungo Stray Dogs gets new manga spinoff about Dazai and Chuya's pasts 26:04 - RWBY Ice Queendom manga adaptation 26:52 - Netflix series Sex Education gets manga adaptation 26:16 - Detroit Become Human manga adaptation 29:18 - New manga from Akira Hiramoto & Muneyaki Kaneshiro 30:31 - Takahiro and Kei Toru 31:58 - Inio Asano 32:17 - Tsunami Umino 32:47 - Aruko 33:24 - WaqWaq added to the Shonen Jump app 35:12 - Square Enix's Manga Up! app 45:20 - Colton's Licensing Highlights 1:01:31 - Lum's Licensing Highlights 1:19:21 - Dark Horse's licensing slip ups 1:23:24 - Moto Hagio inducted into Eisner Hall of Fame 1:24:15 - Junji Ito wins Eisner for Lovesickness 1:26:06 - Hidetaka Tenjin & Shaenon Garrity both receive Inkpot Awards 1:27:09 - Upcoming anime films premiering in North America 1:28:50 - Slam Dunk film premiering in Japan on December 3rd 1:31:02 - Kaguya-sama: Love is War gets anime film 1:31:42 - Sasaki and Miyano gets anime film 1:32:27 - RWBY gets crossover film with Justice League 1:32:49 - Updates on the live-action Knights of the Zodiac (Saint Seiya) film 1:39:40 - New unscripted series about Pokemon TCG coming up 1:40:21 - New live-action Death Note series coming from the creators of Stranger Things 1:43:06 - Next Simpsons Treehouse of Horror special to have segment parodying Death Note 1:45:11 - Live-action Drops of God series coming to Hulu in 2023 1:46:51 - Sequel to live-action Fullmetal Alchemist movie comes to Netflix on August 20th 1:47:26 - Dr Stone Season 3 & Me and Roboco anime coming in 2023 1:48:11 - Mashle gets anime 1:49:37 - Tale of the Outcasts gets anime 1:50:08 - Shangri-la Frontier gets anime 1:51:14 - Crunchyroll producing Tomo-chan is a Girl & Solo Leveling anime 1:52:35 - Updates on the new Trigun anime 1:54:27 - New Panty & Stocking project announced from Studio Trigger 1:55:54 - Macross anime licenses 1:57:47 - Mangamura being sued 1:59:09 - Community Shout-outs! 2:04:55 - Wrap up Enjoy the show, and follow us on twitter at @manga_mavericks, on tumblr at mangamavericks.tumblr.com, and on Youtube! You can also follow the hosts on Twitter at @sniperking323 and @lumranmayasha. If you'd like to help support the show financially you can pledge to our Patreon and receive some awesome rewards like our Patreon-exclusive Bonus pods! If one-time donations are more your speed you can donate to Colton's Ko-fi here and LumRanmaYasha's Ko-fi here, and if you want to support LumRanmaYasha's art and other projects you can follow them @siddartworks on Instagram and Twitter and donate to their personal Patreon. Don't forget to also like and subscribe to us on Youtube and iTunes and leave us reviews to help us curate the show and create better content!
We're sharing the first few episodes of JAPANIMATION STATION here in the Weekly Suit Gundam feed, but be sure to subscribe to the new podcast feed on your platform of choice. All links can be found at JapanimationStation.Com or by searching in your favorite podcast app. Thanks for listening! For our first anime subject, we're diving into the world of Hiromu Arakawa's Fullmetal Alchemist, starting with the 2003 anime that partially adapted the then-young manga before branching off into an increasingly divergent anime-original story. While it was a huge and acclaimed hit, in Japan and abroad, at the time of release, the show has a more controversial reputation now, years after Arakawa's manga was completed and faithfully re-adapted as Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood. Sean and Jonathan are coming at the 2003 series from wildly different directions – Jonathan a lifelong fan who started with this anime as a kid, and Sean only recently having read the manga without ever seeing either anime – so our perspectives inherently diverge. But if there's one thing we clearly agree on, it's that this is a fascinating show very much worth talking about. Whether one loves it or hates it, it's clearly more than an outdated curio, and we think you, like us, will come away from this conversation with a greater appreciation for all versions of Fullmetal Alchemist. Enjoy, and come back next week as our journey through Amestris continues with our review of the Fullmetal Alchemist movie sequel, Conqueror of Shamballa! Subscribe to our YouTube Channel! Follow us on Twitter @JapanimationPod Follow Jonathan Lack on Twitter @JonathanLack Follow Sean Chapman on Twitter @SeantheChapman JapanimationStation.Com WeeklySuitGundam.Com WeeklyStuffPodcast.Com
This week's show starts off with the baffling news about the newly-merged Warner Bros. Discovery shelving a completed Batgirl film for a tax write-down, and then continues into the first big topic from our new anime podcast, Japanimation Station, where we're diving into the world of Hiromu Arakawa's Fullmetal Alchemist, starting today with the 2003 anime that partially adapted the then-young manga before branching off into an increasingly divergent anime-original story. While it was a huge and acclaimed hit, in Japan and abroad, at the time of release, the show has a more controversial reputation now, years after Arakawa's manga was completed and faithfully re-adapted as Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood. Sean and Jonathan are coming at the 2003 series from wildly different directions – Jonathan a lifelong fan who started with this anime as a kid, and Sean only recently having read the manga without ever seeing either anime – so our perspectives inherently diverge. But if there's one thing we clearly agree on, it's that this is a fascinating show very much worth talking about. Whether one loves it or hates it, it's clearly more than an outdated curio, and we think you, like us, will come away from this conversation with a greater appreciation for all versions of Fullmetal Alchemist. Time Chart: Intro & News: 0:00:00 – 0:24:34 Fullmetal Alchemist: 0:24:34 – 3:41:16Subscribe to our YouTube Channel!Subscribe to the WEEKLY SUIT GUNDAM Podcast!Subscribe for free to 'The Weekly Stuff' in Apple Podcasts!Follow Jonathan Lack on Twitter!Follow Sean Chapman on Twitter!
For the debut episode of Japanimation Station, Sean Chapman and Jonathan Lack introduce themselves and host a spirited discussion about how they got into anime, how their fandoms and interests have evolved over the years, what makes animation special in the first place, and why anime in particular is the thing we find so interesting we had to make a whole podcast about it. You'll learn about our backgrounds, our philosophies, our anime likes and dislikes, and much more as we introduce you to the foundational ideas of our show! And at the end, we share which 5 anime we would each take to a desert island if such a strange fate were to befall us. Enjoy, and come back next week for our first anime review with Fullmetal Alchemist, the original 2003 anime based on Hiromu Arakawa's classic manga! Subscribe at JapanimationStation.Com to make sure you don't miss a single episode! Subscribe to our YouTube Channel! Follow us on Twitter @JapanimationPod Follow Jonathan Lack on Twitter @JonathanLack Follow Sean Chapman on Twitter @SeantheChapman JapanimationStation.Com WeeklySuitGundam.Com WeeklyStuffPodcast.Com
We kick off the C block. 16 more songs enter. Which will move onto round 2?Dragon Ball Super (Limit Break) vs Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood (Again)Hunter x Hunter vs Doctor StoneLain vs EvangelionSpeed Racer vs Attack on Titan (My War)One Piece (Crazy Rainbow) vs Yu Gi Oh (Japanese)JoJo (Stand Proud) vs Shield HeroOrange vs Naruto (Far Away)Death Note vs Pokemon (Johto)
This week, we're talking about a bunch of shows involving life after death. First, it's the dead horse of an IP in Netflix new 'Resident Evil' series. Then, it's those crazy kids and their attempts at human transmutation (the fools!!) and resurrection in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. Finally, we wrap it all up with an evening at the Nadja's vampire nightclub in 'What We Do In The Shadows'. Kyle, Nick and Les hold it together sans-Randy in a TV Dudes episode to DIE for! 2:22-24:30 TV Diaries 25:22-39:35 Resident Evil 40:00-57:27 Full Metal Alchemist 58:21- What We Do in the Shadows