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This Just Anime!
Episode 128: Are You Telling Me You Wouldn't Want a Card That Gives You Marble Themed Superpowers?

This Just Anime!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 80:01


It's the second episode of a new year and that can only mean one thing: a whole shit ton more first impressions of all the titles that have dropped recently. There's a lot on offer this season, and a lot of it happens to be high fantasy, so we've gathered all those first impressions to make a mostly fantasy themed first impressions next week. But this week its all the stuff that's not fantasy. We've got weird android idol boy bands, magic playing cards that give you fancy skills, and even a few good old slice of life comedies to keep things light and fun. If you're trying to figure out what might tickle your fancy this season this one's for you. Power Rankings live @tjapod on instagram

Do You Love Us?: A Podcast About Manic Street Preachers

The Big Mates discuss Mastermind, Studio Ghibli, Doctor Who, and In Rainbows by Radiohead.Adam, Steve, and Lucas continue their deep dive into  In Rainbows, the highly praised seventh album by Radiohead. They begin their track-by-track discussion, and offer up analysis, opinions, and thoughts from three differing perspectives on music, from being deeply into analysis and music, to not caring for art or critique, and everything in between.Why do we feel anxiety? Can Lucas do the claps from 15 Step? What's the weirdest fish? Find out on this episode of What Is Music?Our next episode is out on Monday January 23rd and will conclude the deep-dive into In Rainbows.Get access to more shows, exclusive bonus content, ad-free episodes of this show, and more music discussion by subscribing to our Patreon!Head to patreon.com/whatismusicpod and receive up to two new episodes of our various shows every week, ad-free archives of What Is Music?, and access to our Patron-only Discord server for even more music (and non-music) discussion!Support the show when starting your own podcast!By signing up to Buzzsprout with this link: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=780379Wear your fandom on your (literal) sleeve!What Is Music? now has a RedBubble shop with lots of cool and stupid designs. You can get the designs on basically any product you like, from t-shirts and mugs, to bath mats and jigsaws, via clocks and phone cases! Head to https://whatismusicpod.redbubble.comIf you'd like a different way to donate to us!You can do so at https://ko-fi.com/whatismusicAny donations very gratefully received and go towards our running costs!Join the conversation on:Twitter: https://twitter.com/whatismusicpodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatismusicpodE-mail: whatismusicpod@gmail.comhttp://whatismusic.buzzsprout.com/Support the show

This Just Anime!
Episode 127: New Year, New Anime

This Just Anime!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 96:20


Congratulations we've all survived another revolution of this big blue marble and the universe has seen fit to reward us with a new season of anime to momentarily distract us from questioning our existence. We've got another jam packed season full of new titles, everything from Nier, to the Trigun Remake, and a whole slew of fantasy titles with names so long you won't even be able to keep them straight. Naturally we're starting off with our first impressions of a good chunk of what premiered this week with even more to come next. We've also got our nailed it and buy it or deny it from last season to get to so let's see how wrong we were in the past!Power Rankings live @tjapod on instagram

CLM Activa Radio
Los Hijos Malditos 8-1-2023 , Studio Ghibli.

CLM Activa Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 152:57


Ya tenéis disponible el último capítulo de Los Hijos Malditos, capítulo 3-11 de Julio de 2021, dedicado al Studio Ghibli. Mike, Wichi y Mazer hacen un repaso de la trayectoria de uno de los mejores estudios de animación, un pedazo de la historia Anime de japón que lleva acompañandonos 35 años, mostrando una visión diferente de lo que conocemos como naturaleza, honor, sueños, amor y esperanza. Podéis vernos en directo el último domingo de cada mes en Twitch, atemporalmente en YouTube, y escucharnos en Ivoox, Spotify, Apple Podcast, TuneIn y Amazon Music. Todos los enlaces en: https://allmylinks.com/loshijosmalditos Contacto: IG: @loshijosmalditos @mazerstone @f0xmike @wichipown Telegram: https://t.me/loshijosmalditos Correo: loshijosmalditospod@gmail.com Síguenos en todas las redes y apóyanos con tu like, follow, y todas esas cosas, jeje.

This Just Anime!
Episode 126: Saving the best for last, Fall 2022 AwardsCast

This Just Anime!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 58:14


Fall 2022, and 2022 in general, has come and gone barring a few delayed titles in the anime world, and oh man was it a pretty great season overall. Maybe even the best of the year, but who can say really? Regardless we've got our final power rankings for the season as well as our usual blend of a few recognizable awards categories and some that are maybe more... unique. We had a whole slew of amazing titles both new and returning this season, so if you wanted to know how your favorites stack up, or which shows you need to catch up on before the new year starts, then this is the episode to listen to.  Power Rankings live @tjapod on instagram

Cartoonist Kayfabe
How to Draw Stories the Miyazaki Way! The Complete Studio Ghibli Storyboard Collections!

Cartoonist Kayfabe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 13:58


Beat the Kayfabe Effect at our Patreon: https://patreon.com/cartoonistkayfabe Ed's Links (Order RED ROOM!, Patreon, etc): https://linktr.ee/edpiskor Jim's Links (Patreon, Store, social media): https://linktr.ee/jimrugg ------------------------- E-NEWSLETTER: Keep up with all things Cartoonist Kayfabe through our newsletter! News, appearances, special offers, and more - signup here for free: https://cartoonistkayfabe.substack.com/ --------------------- SNAIL MAIL! Cartoonist Kayfabe, PO Box 3071, Munhall, Pa 15120 --------------------- T-SHIRTS and MERCH: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/cartoonist-kayfabe --------------------- Connect with us: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cartoonist.kayfabe/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CartoonKayfabe Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Cartoonist.Kayfabe Ed's Contact info: https://Patreon.com/edpiskor https://www.instagram.com/ed_piskor https://www.twitter.com/edpiskor https://www.amazon.com/Ed-Piskor/e/B00LDURW7A/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1 Jim's contact info: https://www.patreon.com/jimrugg https://www.jimrugg.com/shop https://www.instagram.com/jimruggart https://www.twitter.com/jimruggart https://www.amazon.com/Jim-Rugg/e/B0034Q8PH2/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1543440388&sr=1-2-ent

This Just Anime!
Episode 125: It's a Kill La Kill Christmas Charlie Brown!

This Just Anime!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 66:49


We're a little past the holiday, but who's really listening to podcasts on Christmas anyway? We're of course finally bringing an end to our Kill La Kill  advent calendar, and giving you our blow by blow of the action packed completely ludicrous last four episodes of the show. They pack a ton into the conclusion of what is ultimately a classic for a reason, and we've got our coverage of the whole thing as well as our final impressions of that. But before we get into that we're taking a look back at the year in general, our favorite titles, some major news, unexpected gems, and even a couple of disappointments. 2022 was a pretty stacked year for anime on the whole, but what were your favorite parts? We also have kind of an odd last week's one big thing you'll have to tune in to find out about. We'll be doing the awardscast next week at our normal time.  Power Rankings live @tjapod on instagram

The Restricted Section
Dumbledore's Army feat. Alex from My Cabbages!

The Restricted Section

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 77:28


Harry has some rage and does a little rebellion and has a crush on Cho idk Email us at restrictedsectionpod@gmail.com to tell us what you thought of Dumbledore's Army or even what you think of us! We'd love to read your email on the show. Be sure to subscribe to know right away about new episodes, and rate and review! SUPPORT US ON OUR PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/therestrictedsection THANK YOU LOVE YOU BUY OUR MERCH: https://www.teepublic.com/user/restricted-section-podcast THANK YOU LOVE YOU IG: https://www.instagram.com/restrictedsectionpod/ TW: https://twitter.com/restrictedpod FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/rspoddetentioncrew/   Check out our other amazing Deus Ex Media podcasts! www.deusexmedia.org   This episode featured: Christina Kann https://linktr.ee/christinakann Christina plugged Howl's Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones https://bookshop.org/a/65495/9780061478789 Also the Studio Ghibli movie adaptation https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0347149/ Haley Simpkiss TW @TheWrit_toWit https://twitter.com/TheWrit_toWit Haley plugged Ask a Mortician https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi5iiEyLwSLvlqnMi02u5gQ Alex from My Cabbages! https://www.deusexmedia.org/mycabbages Alex plugged Hades https://www.supergiantgames.com/games/hades/

Films(trips)
Episode 248: BONUS: REITMAN FOR THE JOB / FILMS(TRIPS) CROSSOVER 2022 - GHIBLI LIST!

Films(trips)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 154:41


2022 Ghibli ListIt's the holidays! Ross and Dave Babbitt of the Films(trips) podcast spent the year watchingevery movie from Studio Ghibli! Listen to us talk about all of them, and why directors Miyazakiand Takahata are more problematic than just being the grumpy artists most people view them as.Yes, Ross says “Princess Mononoke” incorrectly several times. Oops. He also says HayaoMiyazaki won the third animated feature film Oscar, when he actually won the second.Say hi on twitter@24panels@rossmaywriterBetter yet, say hi on mastodon@24panels@mastodon.scot@rossmaywriter@mastodon.social Be sure to listen to Reitman for the Job:https://reitmanforthejob.podbean.com/All music by the dearly drawn Andrew Kannegiesser. Edited by Ross May.19:45 Kiki's Delivery Service26:00 Spirited Away31:30 Castle in the Sky36:00 The Tale of Princess Kaguya41:30 The Wind Rises51:00 The Secret World of Arrietty56:00 Ocean Waves59:30 Grave of the Fireflies1:04:00 My Neighbours the Yamadas1:06:30 Tales from Earthsea1:13:00 From Up On Poppy Hill1:15:00 Whisper of the Heart1:21:00 Princess Mononoke1:25:30 Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro1:30:00 Howl's Moving Castle1:34:00 When Marnie Was There1:36:00 Pom Poko1:40:00 Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind1:43:00 The Cat Returns1:45:00 Porco Rosso1:50:30 Earwig and the Witch1:54:00 Only Yesterday1:58:00 Ponyo2:02:00 My Neighbour Totoro

Reitman For The Job
Holiday Crossover 2022: Every Ghibli movie with Dave Babbitt!

Reitman For The Job

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 154:42


It's the holidays! Ross and Dave Babbitt of the Films(trips) podcast spent the year watching every movie from Studio Ghibli! Listen to us talk about all of them, and why directors Miyazaki and Takahata are more problematic than just being the grumpy artists most people view them as.   Yes, Ross says “Princess Mononoke” incorrectly several times. Oops. He also says Hayao Miyazaki won the third animated feature film Oscar, when he actually won the second.   Say hi on twitter @24panels @rossmaywriter   Better yet, say hi on mastodon @24panels@mastodon.scot @rossmaywriter@mastodon.social   Be sure to listen to Film(strips) https://24panelspersecond.podomatic.com/ All music by the dearly drawn Andrew Kannegiesser. Edited by Ross May.   19:45 Kiki's Delivery Service 26:00 Spirited Away 31:30 Castle in the Sky 36:00 The Tale of Princess Kaguya 41:30 The Wind Rises 51:00 The Secret World of Arrietty 56:00 Ocean Waves 59:30 Grave of the Fireflies 1:04:00 My Neighbours the Yamadas 1:06:30 Tales from Earthsea 1:13:00 From Up On Poppy Hill 1:15:00 Whisper of the Heart 1:21:00 Princess Mononoke 1:25:30 Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro 1:30:00 Howl's Moving Castle 1:34:00 When Marnie Was There 1:36:00 Pom Poko 1:40:00 Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind 1:43:00 The Cat Returns 1:45:00 Porco Rosso 1:50:30 Earwig and the Witch 1:54:00 Only Yesterday 1:58:00 Ponyo 2:02:00 My Neighbour Totoro

New Books in Folklore
Lucy Fraser, "The Pleasures of Metamorphosis: Japanese and English Fairy Tale Transformations of "The Little Mermaid"" (Wayne State UP, 2017)

New Books in Folklore

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 36:08


“The Little Mermaid” has become popular around the world since the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen published it almost two centuries ago. Lucy Fraser's The Pleasures of Metamorphosis: Japanese and English Fairy Tale Transformations of “The Little Mermaid” (Wayne State University Press, 2017) uses Japanese and American transformations of “The Little Mermaid” to think through the pleasures that the text provides for consumers. Building on Mayako Murai's From Dog Bridegroom to Wolf Girl: Contemporary Japanese Fairy-Tale Adaptations in Conversation with the West, Fraser tracks transformations from the nineteenth century through 2008, with particular attention to literary and filmic media. The binary languages of the title are matched by a series of binaries that Fraser identifies within The Little Mermaid and its transformations. Fraser shows how Andersen's story presents readers with strict binaries – like human-merfolk, sea-land, and soul-soulless – only for the protagonist to transgress them. The Pleasures of Metamorphosis then presents readers with more binaries – between transformations that emphasize the (male, human) prince and those that emphasize the (female, non-human) mermaid, for example – to show the diverse pleasures inherent to the text. In so doing, The Pleasures of Metamorphosis traverses Disney's classic animated film and Studio Ghibli's more recent Ponyo (2008) as well as literature by a host of skilled writers, including Yumiko Kurahashi, Banana Yoshimoto, Jun'ichirō Tanizaki, Oscar Wilde, Kōbō Abe, Yōko Ogawa, Shūji Terayama, and Hiromi Kawakami. The book concludes by showing the promise of theories surrounding Japan's shōjo, or girls', culture for non-Japanese works. Lucy Fraser is Senior Lecturer in Japanese at The University of Queensland, Australia, where she teaches Japanese language and literature. Amanda Kennell is an Assistant Teaching Professor of International Studies at North Carolina State University who researches Japanese culture and contemporary media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/folkore

New Books Network
Lucy Fraser, "The Pleasures of Metamorphosis: Japanese and English Fairy Tale Transformations of "The Little Mermaid"" (Wayne State UP, 2017)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 36:08


“The Little Mermaid” has become popular around the world since the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen published it almost two centuries ago. Lucy Fraser's The Pleasures of Metamorphosis: Japanese and English Fairy Tale Transformations of “The Little Mermaid” (Wayne State University Press, 2017) uses Japanese and American transformations of “The Little Mermaid” to think through the pleasures that the text provides for consumers. Building on Mayako Murai's From Dog Bridegroom to Wolf Girl: Contemporary Japanese Fairy-Tale Adaptations in Conversation with the West, Fraser tracks transformations from the nineteenth century through 2008, with particular attention to literary and filmic media. The binary languages of the title are matched by a series of binaries that Fraser identifies within The Little Mermaid and its transformations. Fraser shows how Andersen's story presents readers with strict binaries – like human-merfolk, sea-land, and soul-soulless – only for the protagonist to transgress them. The Pleasures of Metamorphosis then presents readers with more binaries – between transformations that emphasize the (male, human) prince and those that emphasize the (female, non-human) mermaid, for example – to show the diverse pleasures inherent to the text. In so doing, The Pleasures of Metamorphosis traverses Disney's classic animated film and Studio Ghibli's more recent Ponyo (2008) as well as literature by a host of skilled writers, including Yumiko Kurahashi, Banana Yoshimoto, Jun'ichirō Tanizaki, Oscar Wilde, Kōbō Abe, Yōko Ogawa, Shūji Terayama, and Hiromi Kawakami. The book concludes by showing the promise of theories surrounding Japan's shōjo, or girls', culture for non-Japanese works. Lucy Fraser is Senior Lecturer in Japanese at The University of Queensland, Australia, where she teaches Japanese language and literature. Amanda Kennell is an Assistant Teaching Professor of International Studies at North Carolina State University who researches Japanese culture and contemporary media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in American Studies
Lucy Fraser, "The Pleasures of Metamorphosis: Japanese and English Fairy Tale Transformations of "The Little Mermaid"" (Wayne State UP, 2017)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 36:08


“The Little Mermaid” has become popular around the world since the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen published it almost two centuries ago. Lucy Fraser's The Pleasures of Metamorphosis: Japanese and English Fairy Tale Transformations of “The Little Mermaid” (Wayne State University Press, 2017) uses Japanese and American transformations of “The Little Mermaid” to think through the pleasures that the text provides for consumers. Building on Mayako Murai's From Dog Bridegroom to Wolf Girl: Contemporary Japanese Fairy-Tale Adaptations in Conversation with the West, Fraser tracks transformations from the nineteenth century through 2008, with particular attention to literary and filmic media. The binary languages of the title are matched by a series of binaries that Fraser identifies within The Little Mermaid and its transformations. Fraser shows how Andersen's story presents readers with strict binaries – like human-merfolk, sea-land, and soul-soulless – only for the protagonist to transgress them. The Pleasures of Metamorphosis then presents readers with more binaries – between transformations that emphasize the (male, human) prince and those that emphasize the (female, non-human) mermaid, for example – to show the diverse pleasures inherent to the text. In so doing, The Pleasures of Metamorphosis traverses Disney's classic animated film and Studio Ghibli's more recent Ponyo (2008) as well as literature by a host of skilled writers, including Yumiko Kurahashi, Banana Yoshimoto, Jun'ichirō Tanizaki, Oscar Wilde, Kōbō Abe, Yōko Ogawa, Shūji Terayama, and Hiromi Kawakami. The book concludes by showing the promise of theories surrounding Japan's shōjo, or girls', culture for non-Japanese works. Lucy Fraser is Senior Lecturer in Japanese at The University of Queensland, Australia, where she teaches Japanese language and literature. Amanda Kennell is an Assistant Teaching Professor of International Studies at North Carolina State University who researches Japanese culture and contemporary media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in East Asian Studies
Lucy Fraser, "The Pleasures of Metamorphosis: Japanese and English Fairy Tale Transformations of "The Little Mermaid"" (Wayne State UP, 2017)

New Books in East Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 36:08


“The Little Mermaid” has become popular around the world since the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen published it almost two centuries ago. Lucy Fraser's The Pleasures of Metamorphosis: Japanese and English Fairy Tale Transformations of “The Little Mermaid” (Wayne State University Press, 2017) uses Japanese and American transformations of “The Little Mermaid” to think through the pleasures that the text provides for consumers. Building on Mayako Murai's From Dog Bridegroom to Wolf Girl: Contemporary Japanese Fairy-Tale Adaptations in Conversation with the West, Fraser tracks transformations from the nineteenth century through 2008, with particular attention to literary and filmic media. The binary languages of the title are matched by a series of binaries that Fraser identifies within The Little Mermaid and its transformations. Fraser shows how Andersen's story presents readers with strict binaries – like human-merfolk, sea-land, and soul-soulless – only for the protagonist to transgress them. The Pleasures of Metamorphosis then presents readers with more binaries – between transformations that emphasize the (male, human) prince and those that emphasize the (female, non-human) mermaid, for example – to show the diverse pleasures inherent to the text. In so doing, The Pleasures of Metamorphosis traverses Disney's classic animated film and Studio Ghibli's more recent Ponyo (2008) as well as literature by a host of skilled writers, including Yumiko Kurahashi, Banana Yoshimoto, Jun'ichirō Tanizaki, Oscar Wilde, Kōbō Abe, Yōko Ogawa, Shūji Terayama, and Hiromi Kawakami. The book concludes by showing the promise of theories surrounding Japan's shōjo, or girls', culture for non-Japanese works. Lucy Fraser is Senior Lecturer in Japanese at The University of Queensland, Australia, where she teaches Japanese language and literature. Amanda Kennell is an Assistant Teaching Professor of International Studies at North Carolina State University who researches Japanese culture and contemporary media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/east-asian-studies

New Books in Intellectual History
Lucy Fraser, "The Pleasures of Metamorphosis: Japanese and English Fairy Tale Transformations of "The Little Mermaid"" (Wayne State UP, 2017)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 36:08


“The Little Mermaid” has become popular around the world since the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen published it almost two centuries ago. Lucy Fraser's The Pleasures of Metamorphosis: Japanese and English Fairy Tale Transformations of “The Little Mermaid” (Wayne State University Press, 2017) uses Japanese and American transformations of “The Little Mermaid” to think through the pleasures that the text provides for consumers. Building on Mayako Murai's From Dog Bridegroom to Wolf Girl: Contemporary Japanese Fairy-Tale Adaptations in Conversation with the West, Fraser tracks transformations from the nineteenth century through 2008, with particular attention to literary and filmic media. The binary languages of the title are matched by a series of binaries that Fraser identifies within The Little Mermaid and its transformations. Fraser shows how Andersen's story presents readers with strict binaries – like human-merfolk, sea-land, and soul-soulless – only for the protagonist to transgress them. The Pleasures of Metamorphosis then presents readers with more binaries – between transformations that emphasize the (male, human) prince and those that emphasize the (female, non-human) mermaid, for example – to show the diverse pleasures inherent to the text. In so doing, The Pleasures of Metamorphosis traverses Disney's classic animated film and Studio Ghibli's more recent Ponyo (2008) as well as literature by a host of skilled writers, including Yumiko Kurahashi, Banana Yoshimoto, Jun'ichirō Tanizaki, Oscar Wilde, Kōbō Abe, Yōko Ogawa, Shūji Terayama, and Hiromi Kawakami. The book concludes by showing the promise of theories surrounding Japan's shōjo, or girls', culture for non-Japanese works. Lucy Fraser is Senior Lecturer in Japanese at The University of Queensland, Australia, where she teaches Japanese language and literature. Amanda Kennell is an Assistant Teaching Professor of International Studies at North Carolina State University who researches Japanese culture and contemporary media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

New Books in History
Lucy Fraser, "The Pleasures of Metamorphosis: Japanese and English Fairy Tale Transformations of "The Little Mermaid"" (Wayne State UP, 2017)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 36:08


“The Little Mermaid” has become popular around the world since the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen published it almost two centuries ago. Lucy Fraser's The Pleasures of Metamorphosis: Japanese and English Fairy Tale Transformations of “The Little Mermaid” (Wayne State University Press, 2017) uses Japanese and American transformations of “The Little Mermaid” to think through the pleasures that the text provides for consumers. Building on Mayako Murai's From Dog Bridegroom to Wolf Girl: Contemporary Japanese Fairy-Tale Adaptations in Conversation with the West, Fraser tracks transformations from the nineteenth century through 2008, with particular attention to literary and filmic media. The binary languages of the title are matched by a series of binaries that Fraser identifies within The Little Mermaid and its transformations. Fraser shows how Andersen's story presents readers with strict binaries – like human-merfolk, sea-land, and soul-soulless – only for the protagonist to transgress them. The Pleasures of Metamorphosis then presents readers with more binaries – between transformations that emphasize the (male, human) prince and those that emphasize the (female, non-human) mermaid, for example – to show the diverse pleasures inherent to the text. In so doing, The Pleasures of Metamorphosis traverses Disney's classic animated film and Studio Ghibli's more recent Ponyo (2008) as well as literature by a host of skilled writers, including Yumiko Kurahashi, Banana Yoshimoto, Jun'ichirō Tanizaki, Oscar Wilde, Kōbō Abe, Yōko Ogawa, Shūji Terayama, and Hiromi Kawakami. The book concludes by showing the promise of theories surrounding Japan's shōjo, or girls', culture for non-Japanese works. Lucy Fraser is Senior Lecturer in Japanese at The University of Queensland, Australia, where she teaches Japanese language and literature. Amanda Kennell is an Assistant Teaching Professor of International Studies at North Carolina State University who researches Japanese culture and contemporary media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Literary Studies
Lucy Fraser, "The Pleasures of Metamorphosis: Japanese and English Fairy Tale Transformations of "The Little Mermaid"" (Wayne State UP, 2017)

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 36:08


“The Little Mermaid” has become popular around the world since the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen published it almost two centuries ago. Lucy Fraser's The Pleasures of Metamorphosis: Japanese and English Fairy Tale Transformations of “The Little Mermaid” (Wayne State University Press, 2017) uses Japanese and American transformations of “The Little Mermaid” to think through the pleasures that the text provides for consumers. Building on Mayako Murai's From Dog Bridegroom to Wolf Girl: Contemporary Japanese Fairy-Tale Adaptations in Conversation with the West, Fraser tracks transformations from the nineteenth century through 2008, with particular attention to literary and filmic media. The binary languages of the title are matched by a series of binaries that Fraser identifies within The Little Mermaid and its transformations. Fraser shows how Andersen's story presents readers with strict binaries – like human-merfolk, sea-land, and soul-soulless – only for the protagonist to transgress them. The Pleasures of Metamorphosis then presents readers with more binaries – between transformations that emphasize the (male, human) prince and those that emphasize the (female, non-human) mermaid, for example – to show the diverse pleasures inherent to the text. In so doing, The Pleasures of Metamorphosis traverses Disney's classic animated film and Studio Ghibli's more recent Ponyo (2008) as well as literature by a host of skilled writers, including Yumiko Kurahashi, Banana Yoshimoto, Jun'ichirō Tanizaki, Oscar Wilde, Kōbō Abe, Yōko Ogawa, Shūji Terayama, and Hiromi Kawakami. The book concludes by showing the promise of theories surrounding Japan's shōjo, or girls', culture for non-Japanese works. Lucy Fraser is Senior Lecturer in Japanese at The University of Queensland, Australia, where she teaches Japanese language and literature. Amanda Kennell is an Assistant Teaching Professor of International Studies at North Carolina State University who researches Japanese culture and contemporary media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

New Books in Popular Culture
Lucy Fraser, "The Pleasures of Metamorphosis: Japanese and English Fairy Tale Transformations of "The Little Mermaid"" (Wayne State UP, 2017)

New Books in Popular Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 36:08


“The Little Mermaid” has become popular around the world since the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen published it almost two centuries ago. Lucy Fraser's The Pleasures of Metamorphosis: Japanese and English Fairy Tale Transformations of “The Little Mermaid” (Wayne State University Press, 2017) uses Japanese and American transformations of “The Little Mermaid” to think through the pleasures that the text provides for consumers. Building on Mayako Murai's From Dog Bridegroom to Wolf Girl: Contemporary Japanese Fairy-Tale Adaptations in Conversation with the West, Fraser tracks transformations from the nineteenth century through 2008, with particular attention to literary and filmic media. The binary languages of the title are matched by a series of binaries that Fraser identifies within The Little Mermaid and its transformations. Fraser shows how Andersen's story presents readers with strict binaries – like human-merfolk, sea-land, and soul-soulless – only for the protagonist to transgress them. The Pleasures of Metamorphosis then presents readers with more binaries – between transformations that emphasize the (male, human) prince and those that emphasize the (female, non-human) mermaid, for example – to show the diverse pleasures inherent to the text. In so doing, The Pleasures of Metamorphosis traverses Disney's classic animated film and Studio Ghibli's more recent Ponyo (2008) as well as literature by a host of skilled writers, including Yumiko Kurahashi, Banana Yoshimoto, Jun'ichirō Tanizaki, Oscar Wilde, Kōbō Abe, Yōko Ogawa, Shūji Terayama, and Hiromi Kawakami. The book concludes by showing the promise of theories surrounding Japan's shōjo, or girls', culture for non-Japanese works. Lucy Fraser is Senior Lecturer in Japanese at The University of Queensland, Australia, where she teaches Japanese language and literature. Amanda Kennell is an Assistant Teaching Professor of International Studies at North Carolina State University who researches Japanese culture and contemporary media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/popular-culture

New Books in Japanese Studies
Lucy Fraser, "The Pleasures of Metamorphosis: Japanese and English Fairy Tale Transformations of "The Little Mermaid"" (Wayne State UP, 2017)

New Books in Japanese Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 36:08


“The Little Mermaid” has become popular around the world since the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen published it almost two centuries ago. Lucy Fraser's The Pleasures of Metamorphosis: Japanese and English Fairy Tale Transformations of “The Little Mermaid” (Wayne State University Press, 2017) uses Japanese and American transformations of “The Little Mermaid” to think through the pleasures that the text provides for consumers. Building on Mayako Murai's From Dog Bridegroom to Wolf Girl: Contemporary Japanese Fairy-Tale Adaptations in Conversation with the West, Fraser tracks transformations from the nineteenth century through 2008, with particular attention to literary and filmic media. The binary languages of the title are matched by a series of binaries that Fraser identifies within The Little Mermaid and its transformations. Fraser shows how Andersen's story presents readers with strict binaries – like human-merfolk, sea-land, and soul-soulless – only for the protagonist to transgress them. The Pleasures of Metamorphosis then presents readers with more binaries – between transformations that emphasize the (male, human) prince and those that emphasize the (female, non-human) mermaid, for example – to show the diverse pleasures inherent to the text. In so doing, The Pleasures of Metamorphosis traverses Disney's classic animated film and Studio Ghibli's more recent Ponyo (2008) as well as literature by a host of skilled writers, including Yumiko Kurahashi, Banana Yoshimoto, Jun'ichirō Tanizaki, Oscar Wilde, Kōbō Abe, Yōko Ogawa, Shūji Terayama, and Hiromi Kawakami. The book concludes by showing the promise of theories surrounding Japan's shōjo, or girls', culture for non-Japanese works. Lucy Fraser is Senior Lecturer in Japanese at The University of Queensland, Australia, where she teaches Japanese language and literature. Amanda Kennell is an Assistant Teaching Professor of International Studies at North Carolina State University who researches Japanese culture and contemporary media. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/japanese-studies

This Just Anime!
Episode 124: We're Villainesses Reincarnated into a Fantasy World Hellbent On Farming With a Really Long Title to Make a Dumb Joke

This Just Anime!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 85:08


We're almost done with 2022 so we're already taking a look ahead at the upcoming season, and holy crap is there a lot of fantasy titles on offer. We've got previews for a few shows, but we're mostly going off the synopsis on myanimelist and the visuals so we'll see what happens. We've also got three wishes each that will hopefully make the season good if not at least watchable. And finally we've got episodes 13-19 of Kill La Kill, shit is popping off in a major way and we've officially hit the moment where things get weird...er than they already have been. The end of the year is fast approaching so we'll have our awardscast and year end show coming up soon!Power Rankings live @tjapod on instagram

Kulturbarnen
Avsnitt 79 - Min granne Totoro & Att slå igenom utomlands

Kulturbarnen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 57:10


Pontus är hemkommen från London där han beskådat en scenföreställning med muppar och marionettdockor blandat med världsbästa skådespelare, i samarbetet mellan Studio Ghibli, The Royal Shakespeare Company & The Jim Henson Company - 'Min Granne Totoro'. Med hans nyfunna kärlek till London som fond diskuterar vi fenomenet att verka och kanske t.o.m. bosätta sig utomlands med sin konst, och vad det innebär för svenska kulturarbetare att slå igenom där i förhållande till vad det gör med ens image i Sverige. För lite extra London-flair går vi även på Little Simz fantastiska konsert på Slaktkyrkan i Stockholm. Följ gärna Idas nyhetsbrev på https://idatheren.substack.com/ Musiken i podden görs av Canto: https://open.spotify.com/album/1fb23bv8gmemb6eorJl2Jd?si=eYRqhQs5S4uU4-NmLlqRww Kulturbarnen på Instagram: www.instagram.com/kulturbarnen Hjärtligt välkomna! Dessutom: Little SimzSlaktkyrkan The StreetsStormzyP3 SoulsUppdrag Granskning: Topplistans 100-gubbarKBSkip-boPer GessleZ.E.The BearLondonNational MuseumTATEVictoria & AlbertLykke LiCantoMarianne FredrikssonTrionMin granne TotoroStudio GhibliThe BarbicanThe Royal Shakespeare CompanyJim HensonMatt LucasLittle BritainKillarBarbieMargot RobbieRyan Gosling2001Stanley KubrickVeronica's SecretSorin Masifi - 'Staten Systrarna Dikten'Karolina Modig - 'Art notes'Jenny Erpenbeck - 'Kairos'Aris Fioretos - 'De tunna gudarna'

Nick's Nerd News
Episode 240: The Game Awards 2: Electric Boogaloo

Nick's Nerd News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 71:33


This Just Anime!
Episode 123: The Aldi Brand Waifu

This Just Anime!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 90:41


This week we're back on our romcom bullshit and discussing why we think More Than a Married Couple But Not Lovers isn't nearly as good as it maybe could've been. We are the self proclaimed romcom experts, so maybe we're extra critical of this series, we're gonna get into it so you can be the judge. From there we got some exciting news that Crucnhyroll is getting a whole slew of anime films added to their library on December 15th so Nick has put together his own list of fantastic anime films that aren't made by Hayao Miyazaki, some of which will soon be available to stream. And finally it continues to be a Kill La Kill Christmas! We're through episode 12 of our anime advent calendar so we're going in depth on the battle between the Honnouji Acadamy Elite four and the surprise appearance of a girl with twin tails and a scissor blade to match. Power Rankings live @tjapod on instagram

Synced Up Filmcast
Tales From Earthsea was Definitely a Movie

Synced Up Filmcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 26:44


The Boys discuss their feelings about Studio Ghibli's Tales From Earthsea, The Mario Movie and more! Join Our Patreon!!! - https://www.patreon.com/SyncedUp Write in to synceduppod@gmail.com with any questions, comments, or concerns you have about the show. Subscribe if you want to stay up to date on our weekly uploads! Find us on podcast streaming services everywhere! Follow us on Twitter @synceduppod @timothydorrough and @thecoastisclerc. New episodes every Monday @ 7 AM Central.

Segunda Mão
A Viagem de Chihiro

Segunda Mão

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 57:44


A Viagem de Chihiro estreou em 2001, sedimentando o Studio Ghibli como uma grande força da animação japonesa e do resto do mundo também, claro. Muito da trama reflete questões específicas do Japão do final dos anos 90 e início dos anos 2000, o que não foi impedimento pra audiências de muitas outras culturas se conectarem com esse clássico de Hayao Miyazaki. Será que em 2022 isso ainda acontece? A resposta é sim, claro, e nesse episódio a gente explica por quê.Apoie a gente!https://apoia.se/segundamaopodcastIndicações do episódioThiago indicou a animação Steven Universe - 2013Jessica indicou o documentário 10 anos com Hayao Miyazaki de 2020

This Just Anime!
Episode 122: End Of An Era

This Just Anime!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 94:41


The Quintessential Quintuplets has officially concluded and we were there in person to see how it ends! We had a lovely time seeing the end to Cory's favorite series, but our journey  to the theater was maybe not as smooth as it could've been. We've got our take one how everything concluded as well as our somewhat amusing attempt at making it to a 2pm showing of the film. From there we're talking everything from new movies on Crunchyroll to trading card games before rounding out the episode with our Kill La Kill advent calendar. This week we're looking at the first 8 episodes of the series that made everyone aware of how dangerous clothes can really be. Apologies for the weird schedule this week, we'll be back to normal soon we promise!Power Rankings live @tjapod on instagram

Gateleapers
[2:22] Studio Ghibli - No Cuts Katana vs The Sky Pirates

Gateleapers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 75:32


Life is suffering, but still you find a reason to keep on quizzing. For our final full episode of the year we leap into one of the most iconic film studios of all time - It's time to get Spirited Away with Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli.We're joined by Marci and Adam of the fantastic film+TV history podcast The Black Case Diaries. These two know their films, but how well do they remember their Studio Ghibli?In this episode of Gateleapers, players must recognize film quotes, describe Ghibli movies under pressure, solve some trivia and decode 90s Disney trailers.blackcasediaries.com for everything Black Case Diaries, @BlackCaseDiary on Twitter for all news and updatesBlack Case Diaries on Studio Ghibli - https://www.blackcasediaries.com/season-3/the-case-of-studio-ghibli-deydf-wthfd-mk9mgJoin us on Discord - https://discord.gg/DBE9nVHb - Or send us a DM on Twitter for an updated link!Follow us on Twitter @GateleapersFollow Jason on Insta @ZenFlowPaintingMusic: BoucheDag by Alexander Nakarada (serpentsoundstudios.com)Licensed under Creative Commons BY Attribution 4.0 Licensehttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Main Spirited Away theme cover on piano played underneath a section that genuinely reviews and critiques. So, yeah.

Distant Echoes - A Star Wars Podcast
Distant Echoes #33 - "Tales of the Jedi - Episodes 6&7" (More Ahsoka!)

Distant Echoes - A Star Wars Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 48:25


We're packing up shop and closing out our discussion of Tales of the Jedi with Episodes 5 & 6 - "Practice Makes Perfect" and "Resolve." We're treated to two Ahsoka-centric episodes to close out the series, and boy do they pack a punch. "Practice Makes Perfect" gives additional depth to one of the most pivotal moments of The Clone Wars and explores Anakin and Ahsoka's relationship. "Resolve" follows Ahsoka after the events of Order 66, leading to her joining the resistance. It also recontextualizes many details from the E.K. Johnston novel "Ahsoka," which we discuss at length. As a bonus, we also discuss the ADORABLE short "Zen - Grogu and Dust Bunnies" from Studio Ghibli. Be sure to follow us on Twitter @DistantEchoesSW or Instagram @DistantEchoesSW. Plus you can send us questions to DistantEchoesSW@gmail.com. Follow Cassie on Twitter @Cassiethulu and Tommy @AwkwardComma. And, remember to rate and subscribe wherever you listen! Theme Music 失望した by EVA https://joshlis.bandcamp.com Promoted by @RoyaltyFreePlanet - https://royaltyfreeplanet.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 http://bit.ly/RFP_CClicense Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/5E4KvU... Vibe to EVA's entire "Rear View" album here: https://youtu.be/Gpm6YPwqJUA

Two Takes Podcast
Second Watch: Studio Ghibli Other-Worldly Cats

Two Takes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 4:46


Whisper of the Heart, Kiki's Delivery Service, The Cat Returns and, for purposes of this episode, A Whisker Away all have the same sort of fantasy-like theme centring on many things, including cats. Whether cats have a small or larger part to play, there are present for the reason that is ironically explained in a small sentence from 2005's film Constantine: "Cats are good. Half in, half out anyway" Copyright to Two Takes --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ttakes/support

Two Dudes Watch Cartoons
46. Porco Rosso with Gary Gordon

Two Dudes Watch Cartoons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 92:04


Two Dudes take to the skies to review Studio Ghibli's high-flying fantasy adventure, Porco Rosso, with long-time friend of the pod, Gary Gordon (@gareeaye). In 1930's Italy, solitary war vet (and anthropomorphized pig) Porco Rosso protects the skies above the Adriatic Sea from unruly sky pirates. This lesser-known Miyazaki masterpiece draws you in with its seaside vignettes and aerial acrobatics to subtly deliver a profound contemplation on the emotional remnants of war. Its English dub features the voices of Michael Keaton, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Susan Egan, Brad Garrett, and David Ogden-Stiers. Stream it on HBO Max. Follow and Subscribe so you don't miss an episode! Apple Podcasts Spotify Youtube Instagram TikTok Twitter --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/2dudeswatchcartoons/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2dudeswatchcartoons/support

Namely 90s
#131 - December 1990 - The Godfather Part III, Kindergarten Cop, & Kiki's Delivery Service

Namely 90s

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 53:18 Transcription Available


Join Andrew and Brandon as they travel back to December 1990, but first they shares his recent Pokemon arts and crafts night. After the break, Brandon forces Andrew to explain why he'll never watch the Godfather Trilogy. Andrew admits he thought the plot of Kindergarten Cop revolved around a kid becoming a police officer. Finally, the boys learn which Studio Ghibli character is their soul mate. Trigger Warning: Mention of unaliving (YouTube restriction term)If you need to talk to someone and are in the US, dial 988 for the crisis hotline.Please google resources to help if you are not in our country.Check out this week's Spotify Playlist:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6OCQUKEa5rAXCqwnH3u5Lz?si=c5f3a52aebc4486c Like the show? Leave us a 5 star review and subscribe!Send us a tweet at @Namely90s Discuss the show on Instagram @Namely90s  Find us online at Namely90s.comConsider joining our Patreon at Patreon.com/Namely90sFollow Brandon on Twitter at @bschwittyFollow Andrew on Twitter at @NamelyAndrewOutro:Pixelland by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4222-pixellandLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Nutty Bites
Nutty Bites 232: Zen – Grogu and Dust Bunnies – Intro to Ghibli

Nutty Bites

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 27:11


The Wind Rises Zen – Grogu and Dust Bunnies is a 3 minute short that was hand drawn by Studio Ghibli for Disney, featuring everyone’s favorite baby yoda. This is a first for Intro to Ghibli where everyone watched this … Continue reading → The post Nutty Bites 232: Zen – Grogu and Dust Bunnies – Intro to Ghibli appeared first on NIMLAS Studios.

Synced Up Filmcast
Is this the Last Time we will see the Guardians?

Synced Up Filmcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 43:32


The Boys discuss their feelings about Studio Ghibli's Howl's Moving Castle, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and more! Join Our Patreon!!! - https://www.patreon.com/SyncedUp Write in to synceduppod@gmail.com with any questions, comments, or concerns you have about the show. Subscribe if you want to stay up to date on our weekly uploads! Find us on podcast streaming services everywhere! Follow us on Twitter @synceduppod @timothydorrough and @thecoastisclerc. New episodes every Monday @ 7 AM Central.

Dog Days of Podcasting Challenge
Nutty Nuchtchas : Nutty Bites

Dog Days of Podcasting Challenge

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022


The Wind Rises Zen – Grogu and Dust Bunnies is a 3 minute short that was hand drawn by Studio Ghibli for Disney, featuring everyone’s favorite baby yoda. This is a first for Intro to Ghibli where everyone watched this … Continue reading → The post Nutty Bites 232: Zen – Grogu and Dust Bunnies – Intro to Ghibli appeared first on NIMLAS Studios.

This Just Anime!
Episode 121: She Puked in His Dang Mouth Man!

This Just Anime!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 73:07


It's a little after the mid point in the season so we're going through ten titles and doing a little vibe check on em to see if we're still feeling some kinda way about them, and yes we are talking about Chainsaw Man. Along with that we're covering The Raven of the Inner Palace, Arknights: Prelude to Dawn, Urusei Yatsura, My Hero Academia, Mob Psycho 100, Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch From Mercury, Shinobi no Ittoki, I'm the Villainess, So I'm Taming the Final Boss, and finally Do it Yourself! There's a whole ton of shows this season, and these are a pretty good sample size we'd say. If you're curious about any of these titles we've got you covered, but if there's one we missed let us know!Power Rankings live on our socials @tjapod on twitter and instagram

I Feel Like...
Studio Ghibli and Thanksgiving

I Feel Like...

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 66:11


Anna, Dan, and Evan start by listening to Evan talk about Studio Ghibli. Anna and Dan didn't watch any, but Evan was desperate to talk about it. If you like Studio Ghibli write in cause Evan would love an excuse to talk about it more. Then they give their thoughts on Thanksgiving and wrap things up with a draft of Thanksgiving foods. Vote who you think had the best line up with the new Spotify Poll. Thanks for tuning in to this week's episode! Follow us on social media for the latest updates and additional content. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider writing a review and subscribing. We would greatly appreciate it. Follow Us: Instagram Twitter Website --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Leader | Evening Standard daily
Leader Weekends: Theatre Review (My Neighbour Totoro & Superhigh Resolution)

The Leader | Evening Standard daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 17:28


Is the Royal Shakespeare Company's My Neighbour Totoro, adapted by Studio Ghibli, worth a stage at the Barbican? Production design wizardry shifts two dimensional puppetry to 3D in nods to the Hayao Miyazaki's joyous 1988 Japanese fantasy animation. Plus, the on-stage 12-legged cat bus, floppy chickens and “soot sprites”...Also up for discussion is Superhigh Resolution at the Soho Theatre, a hard-hitting and timely tale about the state of the NHS.The Evening Standard's chief theatre critic Nick Curtis joins culture editor, Nancy Durrant, to review two more shows from London's stages.Part 1: My Neighbour Totoro at the Barbican-What is My Neighbour Totoro about?-The consoling figure from the forest, but does the play lack jeopardy?-The puppets – the most ‘chickeny chickens' on the WestEnd ever, puppeteers, direction and cast-The music score, sung in Japanese and English, by Joe Hisashi-Was the show too long, and was the acting any good?-The floating cat that isn't neuteredPart 2: Superhigh Resolution at the Soho Theatre-The bang up to the minute story of a junior NHS doctor-Why it's reminiscent of Tennessee Williams's style-Why it's an important, sometimes funny, but tough watch-Why you shouldn't go Christmas shopping after watching the show-Jasmine Blackborow's ‘deeply affecting' central performance-The brilliant ingenious and simple set, entirely made by hospital curtains – by Andrew EdwardsWhat to watch in London right now? Well, this is your Theatre Review from the Evening Standard.For all the latest visit www.standard.co.uk/culture Find us on Twitter #TheLeaderPodcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Beneath the Tangles » TangleCast
Tangle x Cast 4: Ghibli and Gratefulness

Beneath the Tangles » TangleCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 38:56


The warmth, gentleness, and sincerity of Studio Ghibli films seem to fit right into the theme of gratitude for the week as we enter the Thanksgiving holiday. Tyler, Mike, and Paris chat about thankfulness in today’s episode as they look toward three Studio Ghibli classics! We'd also love to hear your feedback! What’s your favorite… Read More Tangle x Cast 4: Ghibli and Gratefulness

This Just Anime!
Episode 120: Tatami Hot Tub Time Machine

This Just Anime!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 74:07


Tatami Time Machine Blues dropped last week on Hulu, and being big fans of Tatami Galaxy we were naturally pretty excited to cover it. Shingo Natsume took over the helm from Masaaki Yuasa for this series so we're pretty curious about how this new entry to the universe stacks up. Does if feel like the original? Are we happy with the direction the story took? Can you watch it without having seen the original? We'll let you know here! We're also talking the future of HiDive as a streaming platform, and discussing whether it is worth the subscription cost/what you get that you can't find anywhere else. Lastly we have some rapid fire hot takes on a variety of topics pertaining to this season, we're talking everything from Spy Family to the World Cup in a segment we call  Quick Hitters. Power Rankings live on our socials @tjapod on twitter and instagram