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I Married a Weeb - Anime Podcast
Episode 115 - Sword Art Online 10th Anniversary

I Married a Weeb - Anime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 56:15


In this episode, we talk a little bit about Sword Art Online through the years and reminisce a bit on the franchise as a whole.     If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to leave us a review on your listening platform and find us on Instagram, I Married A Weeb Pod, to join our Discord [ https://discord.gg/DPEtSwUN65 ] to continue the discussion!   Intro Song by the talented "Boyfriend Genes" https://boyfriendgenes.bandcamp.com/track/dont-call

Otaku Spirit Anime
Typical High School Miyazaki Animates Crying Girl Meme

Otaku Spirit Anime

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 118:07


Otaku Spirit Animecast podcast covering the news of anime and community questions! News Included: Studio Ghibli Animates Star Wars Short, Sword Art Online new Original Film, Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear 2, Kaguya-sama Love is War Mangaka's Future, Mushoku Tensei Eris Spinoff Ends, Rurouni Kenshin Remake, Nier Anime, Atri My Dear Moments Anime, Elon Musk Memes, and more! Tips: https://streamelements.com/otakuspirit/tip Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/OtakuSpirit Merch: https://otaku-spirit.creator-spring.com/ YouTube: https://youtube.com/otakuspirit Discord: https://discord.com/invite/rF8JKFCscT OSMusic: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5aQWhNSReEJN27iO8xTIEQ Website: https://OtakuSpirit.com

The Manga Monday Show
Deku Is Too Overpowered | The Manga Monday Show #35

The Manga Monday Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 111:24


Welcome back to The Manga Monday Show! This week the boys dive into some more anime news such as One Piece Film: Red making waves at the box office, Love Is War author retiring from drawing, Your Name getting a live-action film with Bad Robot producing, Sword Art Online fans celebrating a fun ‘holiday', and a dive into the newest episodes of Chainsaw Man and My Hero Academia. 00:00 Intro 03:27 What We've Been Up To (MCU and One Piece Talk) 35:53 One Piece Film: Red Beats Black Adam In Box Office 40:40 My Hero Academia's Films and Its Side Characters Tangent 46:51 Dandadan Gets Anime Adaptation 49:48 Love is War Mangaka Retires From Drawing Manga 52:29 Your Name To Get Live-Action Adaptation 57:15 Attack on Titan's Sub and Dub VAs Reunite 59:50 ‘Celebrating' Sword Art Online Day 1:04:38 Golden Kamuy Anime Delays and More 1:06:08 Haikyuu Spin-Off Manga Comes To An End and More 1:10:17 Dub Voice Actor Steps Away From Bleach Character 1:16:36 Chainsaw Man Ep.5 Review (Spoilers 1:20:04 -1:24:16) 1:30:14 My Hero Academia Season 6 Ep. 6 Review 1:47:52 Weekly Poll Results and Outro Ben's One Shot - 2:03 AM: https://www.webtoons.com/en/challenge/203-am-w-olimar-and-louis-a-one-shot/203-am/viewer?title_no=782815&episode_no=1 Edgar's Web Novel - Assassin's Hunter: https://www.honeyfeed.fm/novels/9225 Ben's Own Youtube Channel: https://youtube.com/user/IxXSAIDXxNO

Rant Café Anime Podcast
The ULTIMATE Isekai Tier List! Ft. Isekai Expert & Isekai Survivor

Rant Café Anime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 80:27


Ranking the best Isekai Anime with Isekai expert Anim3Recon and Isekai Survivor Truck-chan.

TechStuff
Tech News: Twitter Fires and then Re-hires Some Employees

TechStuff

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 41:39


The dumpster fire that is Twitter continues this week as we learn about Twitter reps scrambling to re-hire some of the employees let go in last week's layoffs. Elon Musk toys with putting Twitter behind a paywall. Meta may be holding layoffs of its own this week. And the creator of the Oculus makes a VR headset that kills you for real if you die in a game.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Pixelania Podcast
Podcast 493 de Pixelania

Pixelania Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 160:50


Comenzamos el mes de noviembre con uno de los candidatos a ganar el juego del año 2022 y mucho más. Estos fueron algunos de los temas más importantes tratados en el programa. Todas las novedades del PlayStation VR2. Nuevo juego de Sword Art Online en camino. Final Fantasy XVI está casi listo y pronto sabremos su fecha de lanzamiento. Se anuncia NEOGEO Pocket Color Selection Vol. 2. Ghost Trick podría regresar muy pronto. Capcom revela sus ventas del último trimestre. La próxima estrella del juego de Hideo Kojima. Las ventas del PS5. EA y Marvel hacen convenio para hacer más juegos. Las reseñas de esta ocasión son God of War Ragnarok y Scorn.

Horrorscope
Nope, Bodies Bodies Bodies, Barbarian, Don't Worry Darling: We're Really Saying Something

Horrorscope

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 78:27


Are you ready for A LOT OF SPOILERS?! We're covering four new (to us) releases from the last six months that we saw in theaters! Dive into a  neo-Western science fiction horror, a black comedy horror, a good ol' fashioned horror film and a psychological thriller as we look at a very mixed bag of plots, directors, performances, and subject matter. (Check the show notes for some very ironic real-life drama surrounding the films.) Content warnings: spoilers for all movies listed, brief discussion of sexual assault, rape and incest as plot points in Barbarian (third film discussed), discussion of gore in all films, discussion of abuse and gaslighting in Don't Worry Darling. Show Notes: ‘The irony is beyond cosmic': The internet clowns Logan Paul for his bad ‘Nope' reviewLena Wilson Deletes Social Media After Releasing Amandla Stenberg DMsThe many scandals of Don't Worry Darling, explained"What if Stepford Wives was Sword Art Online?" 

New Books in Popular Culture
Virtual Reality as Immersive Enclosure, with Paul Roquet (EF, JP)

New Books in Popular Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 38:43


Paul Roquet is an MIT associate professor in media studies and Japan studies; his earlier work includes Ambient Media. It was his recent mind-bending The Immersive Enclosure that prompted John and Elizabeth to invite him to discuss the history of "head-mounted media" and the perceptual implications of virtual reality. Paul Elizabeth and John discuss the appeal of leaving actuality aside and how the desire to shut off immediate surroundings shapes VR's rollout in Japan. The discussion covers perceptual scale-change as part of VR's appeal--is that true of earlier artwork as well? They explore moral panic in Japan and America, recap the history of early VR headset adapters on trains and compare various Japanese words for "virtual" and their antonyms. Paul wonders if the ephemerality of the views glimpsed in a rock garden served as guiding paradigm for how VR is experienced. Mentioned in the episode Yoshikazu Nango, "A new form of 'solitary space'...." (2021) Haruki Murakami's detailed fictional worlds of the 1980's onwards: real-feeling yet not actual history. Walter Scott's Waverley novels: can we also understand the novel as an immersive machine that leaves readers half in their actual world? Lewis Carrol's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865), with its interplay between enclosure and expansion, and its shrinking/expanding motif) Ian Bogost on e-readers C S Lewis's wardrobe as portal in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950) Lukacs focuses on the dizzying and transformative scale in Naturalism in "Narrate or Describe?" (1936) Wearable heart monitors as feedback machines for watching scary movies. The pre-history of Pokemon Go is various games played by early users of VR headsets on trains. Sword Art Online is a breakout popular example of Japanese stories of players trapped inside a game-world Thomas Boellstroff, Coming of Age in Second Life We Met in Virtual Reality Neil Stephenson's Snow Crash (1992) coined the concept of the metaverse. Recallable Books Madeline L'Engle The Wind in the Door (1973). Cervantes, Don Quixote (1606/1615) Futari Okajima Klein Bottle (1989) Collections such as Immersed in Technology, Future Visions, Virtual Realities and their Discontents; also, other early VR criticism of the 1990s including early feminist critique, scattered across journals in the early to mid 1990s . Paul feels someone should put together those germane articles into a new collection. Read the transcript here. 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 Science Fiction
Virtual Reality as Immersive Enclosure, with Paul Roquet (EF, JP)

New Books in Science Fiction

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 38:43


Paul Roquet is an MIT associate professor in media studies and Japan studies; his earlier work includes Ambient Media. It was his recent mind-bending The Immersive Enclosure that prompted John and Elizabeth to invite him to discuss the history of "head-mounted media" and the perceptual implications of virtual reality. Paul Elizabeth and John discuss the appeal of leaving actuality aside and how the desire to shut off immediate surroundings shapes VR's rollout in Japan. The discussion covers perceptual scale-change as part of VR's appeal--is that true of earlier artwork as well? They explore moral panic in Japan and America, recap the history of early VR headset adapters on trains and compare various Japanese words for "virtual" and their antonyms. Paul wonders if the ephemerality of the views glimpsed in a rock garden served as guiding paradigm for how VR is experienced. Mentioned in the episode Yoshikazu Nango, "A new form of 'solitary space'...." (2021) Haruki Murakami's detailed fictional worlds of the 1980's onwards: real-feeling yet not actual history. Walter Scott's Waverley novels: can we also understand the novel as an immersive machine that leaves readers half in their actual world? Lewis Carrol's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865), with its interplay between enclosure and expansion, and its shrinking/expanding motif) Ian Bogost on e-readers C S Lewis's wardrobe as portal in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950) Lukacs focuses on the dizzying and transformative scale in Naturalism in "Narrate or Describe?" (1936) Wearable heart monitors as feedback machines for watching scary movies. The pre-history of Pokemon Go is various games played by early users of VR headsets on trains. Sword Art Online is a breakout popular example of Japanese stories of players trapped inside a game-world Thomas Boellstroff, Coming of Age in Second Life We Met in Virtual Reality Neil Stephenson's Snow Crash (1992) coined the concept of the metaverse. Recallable Books Madeline L'Engle The Wind in the Door (1973). Cervantes, Don Quixote (1606/1615) Futari Okajima Klein Bottle (1989) Collections such as Immersed in Technology, Future Visions, Virtual Realities and their Discontents; also, other early VR criticism of the 1990s including early feminist critique, scattered across journals in the early to mid 1990s . Paul feels someone should put together those germane articles into a new collection. Read the transcript here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/science-fiction

Recall This Book
90 Virtual Reality as Immersive Enclosure, with Paul Roquet (EF, JP)

Recall This Book

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 38:43


Paul Roquet is an MIT associate professor in media studies and Japan studies; his earlier work includes Ambient Media. It was his recent mind-bending The Immersive Enclosure that prompted John and Elizabeth to invite him to discuss the history of "head-mounted media" and the perceptual implications of virtual reality. Paul Elizabeth and John discuss the appeal of leaving actuality aside and how the desire to shut off immediate surroundings shapes VR's rollout in Japan. The discussion covers perceptual scale-change as part of VR's appeal--is that true of earlier artwork as well? They explore moral panic in Japan and America, recap the history of early VR headset adapters on trains and compare various Japanese words for "virtual" and their antonyms. Paul wonders if the ephemerality of the views glimpsed in a rock garden served as guiding paradigm for how VR is experienced. Mentioned in the episode Yoshikazu Nango, "A new form of 'solitary space'...." (2021) Haruki Murakami's detailed fictional worlds of the 1980's onwards: real-feeling yet not actual history. Walter Scott's Waverley novels: can we also understand the novel as an immersive machine that leaves readers half in their actual world? Lewis Carrol's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865), with its interplay between enclosure and expansion, and its shrinking/expanding motif) Ian Bogost on e-readers C S Lewis's wardrobe as portal in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950) Lukacs focuses on the dizzying and transformative scale in Naturalism in "Narrate or Describe?" (1936) Wearable heart monitors as feedback machines for watching scary movies. The pre-history of Pokemon Go is various games played by early users of VR headsets on trains. Sword Art Online is a breakout popular example of Japanese stories of players trapped inside a game-world Thomas Boellstroff, Coming of Age in Second Life We Met in Virtual Reality Neil Stephenson's Snow Crash (1992) coined the concept of the metaverse. Recallable Books Madeline L'Engle The Wind in the Door (1973). Cervantes, Don Quixote (1606/1615) Futari Okajima Klein Bottle (1989) Collections such as Immersed in Technology, Future Visions, Virtual Realities and their Discontents; also, other early VR criticism of the 1990s including early feminist critique, scattered across journals in the early to mid 1990s . Paul feels someone should put together those germane articles into a new collection. Read the transcript here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books Network
Virtual Reality as Immersive Enclosure, with Paul Roquet (EF, JP)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 38:43


Paul Roquet is an MIT associate professor in media studies and Japan studies; his earlier work includes Ambient Media. It was his recent mind-bending The Immersive Enclosure that prompted John and Elizabeth to invite him to discuss the history of "head-mounted media" and the perceptual implications of virtual reality. Paul Elizabeth and John discuss the appeal of leaving actuality aside and how the desire to shut off immediate surroundings shapes VR's rollout in Japan. The discussion covers perceptual scale-change as part of VR's appeal--is that true of earlier artwork as well? They explore moral panic in Japan and America, recap the history of early VR headset adapters on trains and compare various Japanese words for "virtual" and their antonyms. Paul wonders if the ephemerality of the views glimpsed in a rock garden served as guiding paradigm for how VR is experienced. Mentioned in the episode Yoshikazu Nango, "A new form of 'solitary space'...." (2021) Haruki Murakami's detailed fictional worlds of the 1980's onwards: real-feeling yet not actual history. Walter Scott's Waverley novels: can we also understand the novel as an immersive machine that leaves readers half in their actual world? Lewis Carrol's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865), with its interplay between enclosure and expansion, and its shrinking/expanding motif) Ian Bogost on e-readers C S Lewis's wardrobe as portal in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950) Lukacs focuses on the dizzying and transformative scale in Naturalism in "Narrate or Describe?" (1936) Wearable heart monitors as feedback machines for watching scary movies. The pre-history of Pokemon Go is various games played by early users of VR headsets on trains. Sword Art Online is a breakout popular example of Japanese stories of players trapped inside a game-world Thomas Boellstroff, Coming of Age in Second Life We Met in Virtual Reality Neil Stephenson's Snow Crash (1992) coined the concept of the metaverse. Recallable Books Madeline L'Engle The Wind in the Door (1973). Cervantes, Don Quixote (1606/1615) Futari Okajima Klein Bottle (1989) Collections such as Immersed in Technology, Future Visions, Virtual Realities and their Discontents; also, other early VR criticism of the 1990s including early feminist critique, scattered across journals in the early to mid 1990s . Paul feels someone should put together those germane articles into a new collection. Read the transcript here. 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 East Asian Studies
Virtual Reality as Immersive Enclosure, with Paul Roquet (EF, JP)

New Books in East Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 38:43


Paul Roquet is an MIT associate professor in media studies and Japan studies; his earlier work includes Ambient Media. It was his recent mind-bending The Immersive Enclosure that prompted John and Elizabeth to invite him to discuss the history of "head-mounted media" and the perceptual implications of virtual reality. Paul Elizabeth and John discuss the appeal of leaving actuality aside and how the desire to shut off immediate surroundings shapes VR's rollout in Japan. The discussion covers perceptual scale-change as part of VR's appeal--is that true of earlier artwork as well? They explore moral panic in Japan and America, recap the history of early VR headset adapters on trains and compare various Japanese words for "virtual" and their antonyms. Paul wonders if the ephemerality of the views glimpsed in a rock garden served as guiding paradigm for how VR is experienced. Mentioned in the episode Yoshikazu Nango, "A new form of 'solitary space'...." (2021) Haruki Murakami's detailed fictional worlds of the 1980's onwards: real-feeling yet not actual history. Walter Scott's Waverley novels: can we also understand the novel as an immersive machine that leaves readers half in their actual world? Lewis Carrol's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865), with its interplay between enclosure and expansion, and its shrinking/expanding motif) Ian Bogost on e-readers C S Lewis's wardrobe as portal in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950) Lukacs focuses on the dizzying and transformative scale in Naturalism in "Narrate or Describe?" (1936) Wearable heart monitors as feedback machines for watching scary movies. The pre-history of Pokemon Go is various games played by early users of VR headsets on trains. Sword Art Online is a breakout popular example of Japanese stories of players trapped inside a game-world Thomas Boellstroff, Coming of Age in Second Life We Met in Virtual Reality Neil Stephenson's Snow Crash (1992) coined the concept of the metaverse. Recallable Books Madeline L'Engle The Wind in the Door (1973). Cervantes, Don Quixote (1606/1615) Futari Okajima Klein Bottle (1989) Collections such as Immersed in Technology, Future Visions, Virtual Realities and their Discontents; also, other early VR criticism of the 1990s including early feminist critique, scattered across journals in the early to mid 1990s . Paul feels someone should put together those germane articles into a new collection. Read the transcript here. 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 Science, Technology, and Society
Virtual Reality as Immersive Enclosure, with Paul Roquet (EF, JP)

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 38:43


Paul Roquet is an MIT associate professor in media studies and Japan studies; his earlier work includes Ambient Media. It was his recent mind-bending The Immersive Enclosure that prompted John and Elizabeth to invite him to discuss the history of "head-mounted media" and the perceptual implications of virtual reality. Paul Elizabeth and John discuss the appeal of leaving actuality aside and how the desire to shut off immediate surroundings shapes VR's rollout in Japan. The discussion covers perceptual scale-change as part of VR's appeal--is that true of earlier artwork as well? They explore moral panic in Japan and America, recap the history of early VR headset adapters on trains and compare various Japanese words for "virtual" and their antonyms. Paul wonders if the ephemerality of the views glimpsed in a rock garden served as guiding paradigm for how VR is experienced. Mentioned in the episode Yoshikazu Nango, "A new form of 'solitary space'...." (2021) Haruki Murakami's detailed fictional worlds of the 1980's onwards: real-feeling yet not actual history. Walter Scott's Waverley novels: can we also understand the novel as an immersive machine that leaves readers half in their actual world? Lewis Carrol's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865), with its interplay between enclosure and expansion, and its shrinking/expanding motif) Ian Bogost on e-readers C S Lewis's wardrobe as portal in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950) Lukacs focuses on the dizzying and transformative scale in Naturalism in "Narrate or Describe?" (1936) Wearable heart monitors as feedback machines for watching scary movies. The pre-history of Pokemon Go is various games played by early users of VR headsets on trains. Sword Art Online is a breakout popular example of Japanese stories of players trapped inside a game-world Thomas Boellstroff, Coming of Age in Second Life We Met in Virtual Reality Neil Stephenson's Snow Crash (1992) coined the concept of the metaverse. Recallable Books Madeline L'Engle The Wind in the Door (1973). Cervantes, Don Quixote (1606/1615) Futari Okajima Klein Bottle (1989) Collections such as Immersed in Technology, Future Visions, Virtual Realities and their Discontents; also, other early VR criticism of the 1990s including early feminist critique, scattered across journals in the early to mid 1990s . Paul feels someone should put together those germane articles into a new collection. Read the transcript here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/science-technology-and-society

New Books in Technology
Virtual Reality as Immersive Enclosure, with Paul Roquet (EF, JP)

New Books in Technology

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 38:43


Paul Roquet is an MIT associate professor in media studies and Japan studies; his earlier work includes Ambient Media. It was his recent mind-bending The Immersive Enclosure that prompted John and Elizabeth to invite him to discuss the history of "head-mounted media" and the perceptual implications of virtual reality. Paul Elizabeth and John discuss the appeal of leaving actuality aside and how the desire to shut off immediate surroundings shapes VR's rollout in Japan. The discussion covers perceptual scale-change as part of VR's appeal--is that true of earlier artwork as well? They explore moral panic in Japan and America, recap the history of early VR headset adapters on trains and compare various Japanese words for "virtual" and their antonyms. Paul wonders if the ephemerality of the views glimpsed in a rock garden served as guiding paradigm for how VR is experienced. Mentioned in the episode Yoshikazu Nango, "A new form of 'solitary space'...." (2021) Haruki Murakami's detailed fictional worlds of the 1980's onwards: real-feeling yet not actual history. Walter Scott's Waverley novels: can we also understand the novel as an immersive machine that leaves readers half in their actual world? Lewis Carrol's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865), with its interplay between enclosure and expansion, and its shrinking/expanding motif) Ian Bogost on e-readers C S Lewis's wardrobe as portal in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950) Lukacs focuses on the dizzying and transformative scale in Naturalism in "Narrate or Describe?" (1936) Wearable heart monitors as feedback machines for watching scary movies. The pre-history of Pokemon Go is various games played by early users of VR headsets on trains. Sword Art Online is a breakout popular example of Japanese stories of players trapped inside a game-world Thomas Boellstroff, Coming of Age in Second Life We Met in Virtual Reality Neil Stephenson's Snow Crash (1992) coined the concept of the metaverse. Recallable Books Madeline L'Engle The Wind in the Door (1973). Cervantes, Don Quixote (1606/1615) Futari Okajima Klein Bottle (1989) Collections such as Immersed in Technology, Future Visions, Virtual Realities and their Discontents; also, other early VR criticism of the 1990s including early feminist critique, scattered across journals in the early to mid 1990s . Paul feels someone should put together those germane articles into a new collection. Read the transcript here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/technology

New Books in Communications
Virtual Reality as Immersive Enclosure, with Paul Roquet (EF, JP)

New Books in Communications

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 38:43


Paul Roquet is an MIT associate professor in media studies and Japan studies; his earlier work includes Ambient Media. It was his recent mind-bending The Immersive Enclosure that prompted John and Elizabeth to invite him to discuss the history of "head-mounted media" and the perceptual implications of virtual reality. Paul Elizabeth and John discuss the appeal of leaving actuality aside and how the desire to shut off immediate surroundings shapes VR's rollout in Japan. The discussion covers perceptual scale-change as part of VR's appeal--is that true of earlier artwork as well? They explore moral panic in Japan and America, recap the history of early VR headset adapters on trains and compare various Japanese words for "virtual" and their antonyms. Paul wonders if the ephemerality of the views glimpsed in a rock garden served as guiding paradigm for how VR is experienced. Mentioned in the episode Yoshikazu Nango, "A new form of 'solitary space'...." (2021) Haruki Murakami's detailed fictional worlds of the 1980's onwards: real-feeling yet not actual history. Walter Scott's Waverley novels: can we also understand the novel as an immersive machine that leaves readers half in their actual world? Lewis Carrol's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865), with its interplay between enclosure and expansion, and its shrinking/expanding motif) Ian Bogost on e-readers C S Lewis's wardrobe as portal in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950) Lukacs focuses on the dizzying and transformative scale in Naturalism in "Narrate or Describe?" (1936) Wearable heart monitors as feedback machines for watching scary movies. The pre-history of Pokemon Go is various games played by early users of VR headsets on trains. Sword Art Online is a breakout popular example of Japanese stories of players trapped inside a game-world Thomas Boellstroff, Coming of Age in Second Life We Met in Virtual Reality Neil Stephenson's Snow Crash (1992) coined the concept of the metaverse. Recallable Books Madeline L'Engle The Wind in the Door (1973). Cervantes, Don Quixote (1606/1615) Futari Okajima Klein Bottle (1989) Collections such as Immersed in Technology, Future Visions, Virtual Realities and their Discontents; also, other early VR criticism of the 1990s including early feminist critique, scattered across journals in the early to mid 1990s . Paul feels someone should put together those germane articles into a new collection. Read the transcript here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/communications

New Books in Literary Studies
Virtual Reality as Immersive Enclosure, with Paul Roquet (EF, JP)

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 38:43


Paul Roquet is an MIT associate professor in media studies and Japan studies; his earlier work includes Ambient Media. It was his recent mind-bending The Immersive Enclosure that prompted John and Elizabeth to invite him to discuss the history of "head-mounted media" and the perceptual implications of virtual reality. Paul Elizabeth and John discuss the appeal of leaving actuality aside and how the desire to shut off immediate surroundings shapes VR's rollout in Japan. The discussion covers perceptual scale-change as part of VR's appeal--is that true of earlier artwork as well? They explore moral panic in Japan and America, recap the history of early VR headset adapters on trains and compare various Japanese words for "virtual" and their antonyms. Paul wonders if the ephemerality of the views glimpsed in a rock garden served as guiding paradigm for how VR is experienced. Mentioned in the episode Yoshikazu Nango, "A new form of 'solitary space'...." (2021) Haruki Murakami's detailed fictional worlds of the 1980's onwards: real-feeling yet not actual history. Walter Scott's Waverley novels: can we also understand the novel as an immersive machine that leaves readers half in their actual world? Lewis Carrol's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865), with its interplay between enclosure and expansion, and its shrinking/expanding motif) Ian Bogost on e-readers C S Lewis's wardrobe as portal in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950) Lukacs focuses on the dizzying and transformative scale in Naturalism in "Narrate or Describe?" (1936) Wearable heart monitors as feedback machines for watching scary movies. The pre-history of Pokemon Go is various games played by early users of VR headsets on trains. Sword Art Online is a breakout popular example of Japanese stories of players trapped inside a game-world Thomas Boellstroff, Coming of Age in Second Life We Met in Virtual Reality Neil Stephenson's Snow Crash (1992) coined the concept of the metaverse. Recallable Books Madeline L'Engle The Wind in the Door (1973). Cervantes, Don Quixote (1606/1615) Futari Okajima Klein Bottle (1989) Collections such as Immersed in Technology, Future Visions, Virtual Realities and their Discontents; also, other early VR criticism of the 1990s including early feminist critique, scattered across journals in the early to mid 1990s . Paul feels someone should put together those germane articles into a new collection. Read the transcript here. 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 Japanese Studies
Virtual Reality as Immersive Enclosure, with Paul Roquet (EF, JP)

New Books in Japanese Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 38:43


Paul Roquet is an MIT associate professor in media studies and Japan studies; his earlier work includes Ambient Media. It was his recent mind-bending The Immersive Enclosure that prompted John and Elizabeth to invite him to discuss the history of "head-mounted media" and the perceptual implications of virtual reality. Paul Elizabeth and John discuss the appeal of leaving actuality aside and how the desire to shut off immediate surroundings shapes VR's rollout in Japan. The discussion covers perceptual scale-change as part of VR's appeal--is that true of earlier artwork as well? They explore moral panic in Japan and America, recap the history of early VR headset adapters on trains and compare various Japanese words for "virtual" and their antonyms. Paul wonders if the ephemerality of the views glimpsed in a rock garden served as guiding paradigm for how VR is experienced. Mentioned in the episode Yoshikazu Nango, "A new form of 'solitary space'...." (2021) Haruki Murakami's detailed fictional worlds of the 1980's onwards: real-feeling yet not actual history. Walter Scott's Waverley novels: can we also understand the novel as an immersive machine that leaves readers half in their actual world? Lewis Carrol's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865), with its interplay between enclosure and expansion, and its shrinking/expanding motif) Ian Bogost on e-readers C S Lewis's wardrobe as portal in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950) Lukacs focuses on the dizzying and transformative scale in Naturalism in "Narrate or Describe?" (1936) Wearable heart monitors as feedback machines for watching scary movies. The pre-history of Pokemon Go is various games played by early users of VR headsets on trains. Sword Art Online is a breakout popular example of Japanese stories of players trapped inside a game-world Thomas Boellstroff, Coming of Age in Second Life We Met in Virtual Reality Neil Stephenson's Snow Crash (1992) coined the concept of the metaverse. Recallable Books Madeline L'Engle The Wind in the Door (1973). Cervantes, Don Quixote (1606/1615) Futari Okajima Klein Bottle (1989) Collections such as Immersed in Technology, Future Visions, Virtual Realities and their Discontents; also, other early VR criticism of the 1990s including early feminist critique, scattered across journals in the early to mid 1990s . Paul feels someone should put together those germane articles into a new collection. Read the transcript here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/japanese-studies

Anime Brothers
Waifu Warfare | Tournament Arc Ft. The Strictly Series & Ash from Simping for Senpai

Anime Brothers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 134:06 Very Popular


It's time for another Tournament Arc, and this one's going to be big. In this episode we pit 16 of anime's best waifus against each other in a 1 on 1 tournament to see who truly holds the crown of best girl! As always, we can't do this alone, so we've gathered some friends to help us out. Joining us in this adventure is Courtney & Karl from Strictly Anime, as well as Ash from Simping for Senpai! Together we will decide once and for all who the best waifu in anime is! The Strictly Series - https://www.thestrictlyseries.com/ Simping for Senpai - https://linktr.ee/simp4senpai Support The Adventure!Patreon Join The Adventure!DiscordTwitter Instagram animexbrotherspodcast@gmail.com All The Links, On One Tree!https://linktr.ee/AnimeBrothersPodcast Intro Song:YungxHarm - No Cap Freestyle feat vacaation Follow YungxHarm   Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/yungxharm/Twitter: @YungxHarmFacebook:https://m.facebook.com/yungxharm/Soundcloud:https://soundcloud.com/yungxharm471 Follow vacaation   Instagram:https://instagram.com/vacaation?igshiTwitter: @vacaation_Facebook:https://m.facebook.com/vacaation/Soundcloud:https://soundcloud.com/vacaation86

Ani-Gamers Podcast
Ani-Gamers Book Club #009: Higehiro: After Being Rejected, I Shaved and Took in a High School Runaway

Ani-Gamers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022


We are back at it again with the light novels in this ninth episode of AGBC Part III. This time, we're reading Higehiro: After Being Rejected, I Shaved and Took in a High School Runaway, the story of a work freak who is rejected by his hot boss, so he decides to take in a high school runaway after shaving. Topics include criticisms of modern workplace culture, making mistakes you immediately begin regretting for the rest of your life, and lots of bickering at the end about Sword Art Online when we were supposed to mention the next book (it's So I'm a Spider, So What? Vol. 2). Post in the Discord or pop off in the comments below on anything and everything AGBC and maybe we'll talk about it on the next episode.

How Not To Summon a Podcast
How Not Summon A Scenario - How Would You Survive In Sword Art Online?

How Not To Summon a Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 42:51


What's up fellow summoners join us this week where we answer the important questions like, how would you survive in Sword Art Online.   Join The Summoning Boys : On our website - How Not To Summon Network On our Facebook page-How Not To Summon a Podcast - Home | Facebook On Discord -How Not To Summon (discord.com) On Twitter-How Not to Summon a Podcast (@HowNotToSummon) / Twitter

Kanpai Cast
News and Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Review!

Kanpai Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 91:10


Bryan goes into a trance and recites the whole Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero movie from memory! We talk about some recent news and review the movie, there's a spoiler free section first then full spoilers! Our content: https://linkr.bio/kanpaicrew   Timestamps: (00:00:00) - Intro (00:06:48) - New York Renaissance Faire (00:11:28) - One Punch Man Season 3, Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 Announcements (00:15:04) - Konosuba spinoff series (00:15:59) - One Piece Red tops 10 billion yen  (00:20:48) - Togashi Art Exhibition (00:22:30) - Sakamoto Days getting anime adaptation, Sword Art Online movie coming out October 9th (00:25:25) - Sailor Moon 30th anniversary museum (00:26:25) - Playstation 5 getting a price increase outside of U.S. (00:36:24) - Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero spoiler free thoughts (00:47:15) - SPOILERS Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero recap/review (00:50:38) - Plot (01:31:10) - End   Sources: https://screenrant.com/gohan-piccolo-dragon-ball-super-hero-forms-not-canon/ https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2022-08-26/konosuba-an-explosion-on-this-wonderful-world-anime-trailer-reveals-2023-debut/.189008 https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2022-08-25/one-piece-film-red-becomes-2022-fastest-film-to-top-10-billion-yen/.188992 https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2022-08-25/playstation-5-gets-price-increase-in-canada-mexico-europe-australia-japan-more-regions/.188976  

Anime News Network's ANNCast
The Darkest Moment in Made in Abyss Yet?

Anime News Network's ANNCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 61:46


Lynzee, Jacki, and James are back for more horrors, gross food, and mind-shattering WTFs!

Da Binge Bois
#116 - Someone is getting blooded out of Da Binge Bois - Bloodline (2015) TV Show Review & Discussion + Prey (2022), SHE-HULK: Attorney At Law, and Locke & Key Season 3 Whatcha Been Watchin' Talk

Da Binge Bois

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 72:16


This week, Da Binge Bois's anger boils over and leads to dissension amongst the group over the show known as Bloodline on Netflix starring Linda Cardellini and a bunch of other high tier actors that should have been in a good show but sadly weren't. Tensions rise amongst Eli, Enrique and Tristan as the two former battle the latter over his inclusion of this show on the coveted DBB must watch list. After an amazing 3-5 minute long rant from Enrique, Da Bois are able to move onto the main portion of this show somehow which is our classic Whatcha Been Watchin' segment where Enrique and Eli break down the newest Predator film Prey and the first and second season of Sword Art Online and is tragic fall from grace. Tristan watched Locke and Key season3, and Enrique wraps it up with the 19,000 anime he watched included but not limited to Tekken Bloodline, Rent A Girlfriend Season 2, Aoashi, Classroom Of The Elite Season 1 & 2 and last but not least Horimiya! Next week, we return to watch Gravity and also begin our weekly discussions on House Of Dragon, the newest series in the Game Of Thrones franchise. Timestamps: Bloodline (2015) Review Start: (00:00:20) Whatcha Been Watchin' Segment Start (00:17:00) Locke & Key Season 3 (00:18:20) Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood Episode 1 - 11 Talk (00:27:45) Sword Art Online Season 1 & 2 (00:33:15) Prey (2022) Discussion (00:37:45) Classroom Of The Elite (00:47:10) Rent-A-Girlfriend Season 2 (00:48:55) Tekken Bloodline (00:50:05) She-Hulk: Attorney At Law (00:52:15) As always thanks for watching, hit us up on social media for a shoutout! Instagram: @DaBingeBois Twitter: @BingeBois TikTok: @DaBingeBois Shoutout BNH for Chill Clap that opens the show every week

Geek Punch
Geek Punch - Punch 49 - SAO - Si es kirito con lengua

Geek Punch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 54:44


Una nueva semana y después de una larga pausa regresa nuestro formato original, el punch, en esta ocasión hablando de un anime que fue revolucionario en su momento Sword Art Online. Bienvenidos a Geek Punch

Da Binge Bois
#114 - Vigilante Is The Breakout Character of The Year - Peacemaker Season 1 Review & Discussion

Da Binge Bois

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 52:57


DA BONGE BOIS ARE HERE TO CREATE PEACE FOR THE WORLD, as they arrive to discuss John Cena's newest project Peacemaker, a Suicide Squad spin-off TV series and DC comics newest show added to their impressive lineup! Da Bois have a deep conversation, where Enrique describes his distaste for the scenes involving Peacemaker's dad, White Dragon, all of Da Bois speak on their love for the shining star of the series Vigilante, and they talk about how John Cena turned in a great performance despite their preconceived notions. Afterwards, there is some more of the legend segment, Whatcha' Been Watchin', where Eli and Enrique continue their discussion on Sword Art Online as they enter the Alfheim Online portion of the season. Next week you can join us to hear about Uncharted starring the young charismatic king known as Tom Holland, AKA The Bagger Of Zendaya! As always thanks for watching, hit us up on social media for a shoutout! Instagram: @DaBingeBois Twitter: @BingeBois TikTok: @DaBingeBois Shoutout BNH for Chill Clap that opens the show every week

Da Binge Bois
#111 - we were supposed to review Cargo (2018) but instead we talk about Rent A Girlfriend season 2 and Sword Art Online season 1

Da Binge Bois

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 33:06


DA BINGE BOIS ARE PRETENDING TO GO TO AUSTRALIA, as this week we review Cargo (2018) despite it having no true talking points and really just being an emotional journey that you can't critique in anything other than boring! So instead of just doing that, we covered the movie for like 10 minutes then had a long discussion about Rent A Girlfriend season 2 episode 3 and the beginning of Sword Art Online! Enrique and Tristan battle over their opinions on the current season of RAG and Eli and Enrique talk about their foray into SAO and compare it to other things they have watched. Next week we hope to actually have a decent review to do when we talk about Tokyo Vice starring Ansel Elgort! Until then we bid you adieu, and forgive us for our mistaken choice this time! As always thanks for watching, hit us up on social media for a shoutout! Instagram: @DaBingeBois Twitter: @BingeBois TikTok: @DaBingeBois Shoutout BNH for Chill Clap that opens the show every week

Anime Not Be For Everyone
EP26 - Hey Heaven! Stop Losing Your Property

Anime Not Be For Everyone

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 67:51


We finally return to the second season of everyone's favourite anime! You know, the really cool anime that we covered about a year ago? No, not Attack on Titan, Dr. Stone, or Sword Art Online. Those would all make too much sense. Join us for a wholly PG discussion about season 2 of Heaven's Lost Property. Rediscover Tomoki, the hormone-fueled boy who "owns" a couple of superpowered angel androids who have the capacity for world-wide destruction. Learn how perverseness can be outshined by rousing speeches and human love (Not really though).    Talking Points: Dogs selling houses, Whack-a-mole Virginity Power, Forgetafire or Forgetinator (we can't remember), What panty bicycles are made of Intro Music: Down with the King by Good Kid Outro Music: Orbit by Good Kid

The HookCast
86. Sword Art Online is Top 5 of ALL TIME…

The HookCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 26:49


In todays episodes I talk a little about gaming, anime, tv/movie & etc, and wrap it all up with a quick life story. The podcast will now be on YouTube as well. http://AllMyLinks.com/thehookcastpodcast Anime, Gaming, Miscellaneous --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thehookcast/message

Couch Company Podcast
58. Beauty and the Neon

Couch Company Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 134:06


This week covers a wide range of topics as Jon and Tyler enjoy an extended holiday. There are new polls, hot takes on Disney properties, conspiracy theories, Neon White chat, and more in this packed episode. (00:01:14) Jon's New Car (00:07:56) Sword Art Online (00:09:30) Live Action Disney (00:21:46) Three Little Pigs (00:26:26) TV Rundown (00:33:42) Unknown Things (00:37:45) Aliens on the Moon (00:41:04) 4th of July (00:43:04) D&D Accents (00:44:15) Grand Theft Auto (00:46:34) Sea of Thieves (00:51:46) Neon White (01:13:30) Poll: Hercules vs. Spider-Man (01:17:11) Poll: Best Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle (01:24:47) Poll: Zerg vs. Green Lantern Corps (01:29:45) Top 5: Lightsaber Colors Wanna connect? Visit us at http://www.couchcompany.games, we'd love to hear from you!

Weebs On The Weekends
Episode 85 - Sword Art Online(2012) ft. Eric Martinez

Weebs On The Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 120:04


Welcome to the Weebs on the Weekend podcast where co-hosts Jay Johnson and Sam Martinez breakdown the news highlights of the week and give a retrospective look at an anime that premiered 10 years ago. Today's episode they are reviewing the first season of the 2012 anime, Sword Art Online, alongside their special guest, Eric Martinez. Time codes: 0:10 The Start 11:30 Special Guest Introduction 27:40 Episode 1-15 review 01:13:45 Episode 16-25 review 01:53:30 Final Verdict Intro and Outro: Candy Dash by Snail's House (2015) website: https://0101.bandcamp.com/ Twitter: Ujico*/Snail'sHouse @loudnessfete

Full Dive Gaming: a Virtual Reality Podcast in VR
This VR Dev is LETTING the Community CHOOSE Their Next Game!

Full Dive Gaming: a Virtual Reality Podcast in VR

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 27:36


Thanks to Alberto Moreno from MyDearest VR for coming on the show! Alberto shares upcoming Quest 2 game Dyschronia Chronos Alternate and a VERY INTRIGUING Project where the COMMUNITY gets to pick and sculpt their NEXT GAME!!! JOIN Their Discord for Giveaways: https://discord.com/invite/mqV4cGnvfg Learn more here: Dyschronia: Chronos Alternate is a science fiction VR title set to release on Meta Quest 2. Players take on the role of Hal, a Special Supervisor in Astrum Close City. A futuristic marine location, Astrum Close City is a place where crime has been eradicated. When the founder of the city is suddenly murdered, Hal must step in and bring the suspect to justice. Dyschronia website: https://dyschroniaca.com/en/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/dyschronia_en About Project Gathering: Japanese game developer MyDearest hopes to stop “metaverse” from being just an empty buzzword. How about real content? In order to do just that, the team has just announced its latest venture, Project: Gathering. The team has released three concept trailers for three different VR multiplayer games and MyDearest invites the gaming community to decide what game they want to see made. About MyDearest: MyDearest Inc. is a VR startup specializing in planning and development. The company released Tokyo Chronos in 2019 and ALTDEUS: Beyond Chronos in 2020. The team comprises creators from a whole range of backgrounds including music, programming, and design. Kazuma Miki, CEO of Straight Edge Inc.—well known as the editor responsible for the Sword Art Online light novel—also collaborates with the company as an adviser. 0:00 Intro 0:30 Meet Alberto Moreno 1:01 Helped Create Captain Tsubasa 1:22 Thanks Asterion Products 1:38 Unique Project Lets GAMERS Choose the Game 5:00 What does the Community think? 6:37 The VR Community ROCKS!! 7:55 What is PROJECT GATHERING? 9:05 When will you choose the FINAL Winner? 11:00 How long will development take? 11:52 MyDearest previous VR Games 13:08 Dyschronia Chronos Alternate 16:13 Is this like Wanderer? 17:40 How LONG is the game? 19:16 Potential Release Date Dyschronia 21:00 Will there be a Demo? 22:30 What else??? 24:40 REVOLUTIONARY 26:45 Thanks Alberto Moreno 26:55 Outro This week's podcast was made in partnership with Asterion Products. Get 5% off the Aura headset or any other order $19.99 or more with the code FULLDIVE at https://www.asterionproducts.com Welcome to the Full Dive Gaming podcast, bringing a weekly dive of all the news, discussion, and insights you need for VR gaming! Each week, we release NEW EPISODES on all Your Favorite major platforms: Spotify, Apple, Google... etc. SUPPORT US: -https://www.patreon.com/fulldivegaming Join The Discord Server: -https://discord.gg/VWGcT3G LISTEN TO FULL EPISODES: -SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/1BhFGZWRhobzEVsQ9csjhA?si=O_Zo3xtuS7eFJz5jNzbwdw -APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/full-dive-gaming-podcast/id1513469932 -GOOGLE PODCASTS: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5jYXB0aXZhdGUuZm0vZnVsbGRpdmVnYW1pbmc%3D -OVERCAST: https://overcast.fm/itunes1513469932/full-dive-gaming-podcast -TUNEIN: http://tun.in/pjRQF -PODCHASER: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/full-dive-gaming-podcast-1199646 -RADIOPUBLIC: https://radiopublic.com/full-dive-gaming-podcast-8jyN49 FOLLOW US: -Twitter: https://twitter.com/FullDiveGaming -Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fulldivegaming/ EMAIL US: Business Inquiries Only at ripmcafee@fulldivepodcast.com #vr #vrpodcast #quest2 #fulldivegaming

Friends Forcing Friends (To Watch Stuff)
FFF To Watch Anime: Sword Art Online Season 1 (Episodes 2, 16, And 24)

Friends Forcing Friends (To Watch Stuff)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 42:07


It's time to go online in Sword Art Online! This fortnight we watch the first season of the well known anime. Will the gang enjoy a trip into cyberspace or will the awful sexist tropes hold it back? Follow Deer on twitter: https://twitter.com/DeerBits_ Follow Gamb on twitter: https://twitter.com/DrewGamblord Follow Spooky on twitter: https://twitter.com/SpoonkyTweets Don't forget we also make public our commentary track so you can watch along with us our just listen to us go insane: https://soundcloud.com/friendsforcingfriends/sao-season-1-commentary Patreon where you can find commentary tracks, notes, early access to next week's episode! https://www.patreon.com/gamblord

Almost a Podcast
Drip Kings

Almost a Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 104:52


We are probably the furthest you'll get from having "drip" But we all have our won fashion journeys.  Music is Oyasumi by Smith The Mister

Mind Gap
Episode 348 - Long Weekend, Fitness Update, & Anime Out of Context

Mind Gap

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 88:21


This week, Doug and Justin take some time to catch up on their long weekend experiences before chatting about their fitness journey to become healthier. They discuss their current weight, what's been working well, and what's been challenging for them as they try to feel the best that they can. The dorks then finish up the show with another “Anime Out of Context” segment featuring dialogue from Sword Art Online.  Check out our YouTube channel where we livestream our new podcast episodes every Tuesday at 8pmCT and our video game stream every Saturday at 8pmCT. Be sure to like and subscribe for this content as well as episode highlights, Doug Watches Awkward Videos, Justin Plays Video games, and more! We have MERCH now! Follow us on all of our social medias and other platforms!  https://streamerlinks.com/mindgappodcast

Training Arc Podcast
"That Time Lego Pizza got Isekai'd into a Destiny Debate Panel"

Training Arc Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 111:21


TIME STAMPS 6:00 = Fran & Lego discuss the Debate37:00 = Lego Pizza anime interview begins (not ur average interview)LINKS HEREOriginal Debate Panel (sub to destiny) = https://youtu.be/DCSXJ6wBxLISword Art Online video mentioned at 1:16:00 (sub to Scamboli) = https://youtu.be/nbhPb8kEbA8OTHER LINKS https://www.facebook.com/gaming/TrainingArcBoyshttps://www.facebook.com/groups/657552301569472/shout out our artist : https://www.instagram.com/spacekook/G_Vo's WoW stream  https://www.twitch.tv/g_vohttps://discord.gg/62qS7yPhTT

The Admirals of Anime Podcast
Our Top 10 Animes!

The Admirals of Anime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 71:55


The guys have come up with their personal top 10 animes list. They discuss each others list and why they put each show where. Also the Quintessential Quintuplets gets the guys arguing over whos the best.

Trash Manga Friends
Episode 56 - Trashtacular Tournament Arc II (Part 2)

Trash Manga Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 143:00


Trashtacular Tournament Two continues in this second half, as we pit the remaining 16 series against each other to find the best and worst of Year 2! Will Kissxsis or Sword Art Online go the distance? Or will it be a series we byed, like Peach Boy Riverside or Colorless? All is revealed in our Season 2 finalé! ~ Welcome to That Time I Started A Podcast To Read Trash Manga With My Friends And Actually Most Of Them Were Trash But Some Of Them Weren't! Or The Trash Manga Friends Podcast, for short. Every fortnight, Sean, Mike and Phil cover a manga (or sometimes webtoon!), and discuss the first two volumes, looking at the good, the bad... but mostly, the trash. Will we find some gems amongst the junk? Or just slip further into the trash pile? ~ Follow us on Twitter @TrashMangaCast - https://twitter.com/trashmangacast Follow Sean on Twitter @Slazoking - https://twitter.com/Slazoking Follow Mike on Twitter & Twitch @Bersekrer - https://twitter.com/Bersekrer - https://www.twitch.tv/bersekrer Follow Phil on Twitter @PheNaxKian - https://twitter.com/PheNaxKian ~ Support the official releases! Black Summoner is licensed by J-Novel Club - https://j-novel.club/ Peach Boy Riverside, That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime and Shikimori's Not Just A Cutie are licensed by Kodansha - https://kodansha.us/ So I'm A Spider, So What and Sword Art Online are licensed by Yen Press - https://yenpress.com/ Reborn as a Space Mercenary: I Woke Up Piloting the Strongest Starship and Colorless are licensed by Seven Seas Entertainment - https://sevenseasentertainment.com/ Look Back, How Do We Relationship and Claymore are licensed by Viz - https://www.viz.com/ Beware The Villainess is licensed by Tapas - https://tapas.io/

OSMcast! Anime, Video Games, Interviews, and More!
OSMinterview! Bryce Papenbrook & Cherami Leigh @ MTAC Score!

OSMcast! Anime, Video Games, Interviews, and More!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 18:47


We are back with an extra packed MTAC Score OSMinterview! This time we have not one, but TWO amazing VAs for your listening enjoyment. Bryce Papenbrook AND Cherami Leigh! Bryce Papenbrook is best known for his portrayals of Kirito in Sword Art Online, Eren Jaeger in Attack on Titan, Inosuke Hashibira in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Rin Okumura in Blue Exorcist, and as Cat Noir in Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir. Also he literally knows how to throw down, with like 4 different black belts and then some. But with a resume no less impressive, Cherami Leigh has been in over 200 different voice roles in both animated works and video games. Roles like Sailor Venus in the Viz Media dub of Sailor Moon, Kazari Uiharu in A Certain Magical Index and A Certain Scientific Railgun series, Asuna Yuuki in Sword Art Online, Lucy Heartfilia in Fairy Tail, Makoto Niijima in Persona 5, and the Female V in Cyberpunk 2077 for which she was nominated for a BAFTA Award for Performer in a Leading Role.OSMnotesWe wanted to thank MTAC, Cherami, and Bryce for the chance to chat! If you are interested in following these folks you can find them in a whole bunch of places. For example:Bryce PapenbrookWebsite: http://www.brycepapenbrook.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrycePapenbrookFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ActorBrycePapenbrookInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/brycepapenbrook/ Cherami LeighWebsite: https://cheramileigh.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/cheramileighFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/cherami.leigh/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/clkstar/ You can find MTAC a bunch of places online, too:Website: https://mtac.net/Twitter: https://twitter.com/mtacFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/mtac.netInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/mtacofficial/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MTACVideos And as always, feel free to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! Oh, and if you still use Spotify, go ahead and get on that mobile device and throw us some five stars there too. Tell your friends! As well, just like we mentioned when we do the OSMplugs, you can also join the Discord and support us on Patreon! PS If you have ever wanted some OSMmerch, feel free to check out our TeePublic page! PPS We appreciate you.

BnB Anime
Ep#118: Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online

BnB Anime

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 70:14


We're discussing Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online this week! Get ready, because this week, we're full-diving straight into the world of Sword Art Online! But this time, it's not normal SAO, it's a better, shinier version! Also, Blue's back in Toronto, we talk about our weeks, and Brad talks an absolute ton about all the anime that he's currently watching! All of that and more, this week..... on BNB!

Trash Manga Friends
Episode 55 - Trashtacular Tournament Arc II (Part 1)

Trash Manga Friends

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 178:15


Has it really been 2 years already? We ring in another year of the podcast with our second Trashtacular Tournament Arc to crown a new Not Actually Trash and Trashest Manga, Friends winners. In this first half, we work through Round 1, featuring 11 matchups and dredging up memories long forgotten including Tsubasa-chan, Alice Academy and Sword Art Online! ~ Welcome to That Time I Started A Podcast To Read Trash Manga With My Friends And Actually Most Of Them Were Trash But Some Of Them Weren't! Or The Trash Manga Friends Podcast, for short. Every fortnight, Sean, Mike and Phil cover a manga (or sometimes webtoon!), and discuss the first two volumes, looking at the good, the bad... but mostly, the trash. Will we find some gems amongst the junk? Or just slip further into the trash pile? ~ Follow us on Twitter @TrashMangaCast - https://twitter.com/trashmangacast Follow Sean on Twitter @Slazoking - https://twitter.com/Slazoking Follow Mike on Twitter & Twitch @Bersekrer - https://twitter.com/Bersekrer - https://www.twitch.tv/bersekrer Follow Phil on Twitter @PheNaxKian - https://twitter.com/PheNaxKian ~ Support the official releases! Black Summoner is licensed by J-Novel Club - https://j-novel.club/ Alice Academy is licensed by Tokyopop - https://www.tokyopop.com/ That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime and Shikimori's Not Just A Cutie are licensed by Kodansha - https://kodansha.us/ So I'm A Spider, So What, Dragons Rioting and Sword Art Online are licensed by Yen Press - https://yenpress.com/ The Way of the Househusband, Komi Can't Communicate, World Trigger and Claymore are licensed by Viz - https://www.viz.com/ Reborn as a Space Mercenary: I Woke Up Piloting the Strongest Starship and World's End Harem are licensed by Seven Seas Entertainment - https://sevenseasentertainment.com/

Mind Gap
Episode 346 - Sword Art Online & The Ayer Cut of Suicide Squad

Mind Gap

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 85:54


This week, Justin talks about getting to see Neil Gaiman, Doug argues about why Sword Art Online isn't good, a new segment is born where Doug and Justin read anime dialogue out of context, and the dorks discuss the push for David Ayer to release his director's cut of Suicide Squad. There's a new question for Ask Practical Doug regarding spiders in headphones and things are wrapped up with a throw-down featuring Beta Ray Bill vs. Maestro Hulk. Check out our YouTube channel where we livestream our new podcast episodes every Tuesday at 8pmCT and our video game stream every Saturday at 8pmCT. Be sure to like and subscribe for this content as well as episode highlights, Doug Watches Awkward Videos, Justin Plays Video games, and more! We have MERCH now! Follow us on all of our social medias and other platforms!  https://streamerlinks.com/mindgappodcast

Science Fiction Remnant
Anime: Sword Art Online

Science Fiction Remnant

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 122:51


In the year 2022, thousands of people get trapped in a new virtual MMORPG and the lone wolf player, Kirito, works to escape. Music provided by: TheAtlas Ads: bicurean, CheapSeatReviews Mentions: Nikky from "In Bed With Nikky", @mrobles1939, "The Manic Pixie Weirdo Podcast" Sci-Fi fan or creator? Follow the hashtag #ThisisSciFi for more sci-fi goodness! And join our Discord Server! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scifiremnant/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scifiremnant/support

The Admirals of Anime Podcast
We're Back! Summer Plans and a Surprise!

The Admirals of Anime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 67:21


We back! Garrett and Logan have a surprise for this episode and its not another hiatus. They discuss what they have watched since the last episode and talk about their summer watchlist and plans for the podcast. Also, Spy Family slaps.

Weekly Suit Gundam
Weekly Suit Gundam #51 – Gundam Build Divers Review & Discussion

Weekly Suit Gundam

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 126:00


After the highs of Gundam: The Origin, we're going very far in the opposite direction to scrape the bottom of the Gundam barrel with 2018's Gundam Build Divers, in contention with G-Saviour as the worst thing we've yet discussed on Weekly Suit Gundam. Capitalizing on the Sword Art Online-inspired Isekai craze of the 2010s, Gundam Build Divers takes the Gunpla action out of the real world and into a very boring virtual reality, without really understanding what makes Isekai shows or the prior Build Fighters series fun in the first place. With amazingly low stakes, wildly inconsistent world building, nary an interesting character in sight, and a final arc that goes from zero to bananas in record time (and not in a good way), Gundam Build Divers is the nadir of animated Gundam. It's a show you absolutely shouldn't watch, but it makes for a fun podcast you should listen to even if you haven't. Enjoy, and come back in two weeks for our review of the follow-up series – which you've all promised us is better – Gundam Build Divers Re:Rise. Subscribe to The Weekly Stuff Podcast! Subscribe to our YouTube Channel! Follow Jonathan Lack on Twitter @JonathanLack Follow Sean Chapman on Twitter @SeantheChapman WeeklySuitGundam.Com http://weeklystuffpodcast.com

The Weekly Stuff Podcast with Jonathan Lack & Sean Chapman
The Weekly Stuff #426 – Gundam Build Divers Review & Discussion

The Weekly Stuff Podcast with Jonathan Lack & Sean Chapman

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 151:30


After a bit of a break from the giant fighting robots, we're diving back into Gundam this week, jumping all the way down to the bottom of the barrel to review 2018's Gundam Build Divers. Capitalizing on the Sword Art Online-inspired Isekai craze of the 2010s, Gundam Build Divers takes the Gunpla action out of the real world and into a very boring virtual reality, without really understanding what makes Isekai shows or the prior Build Fighters series fun in the first place. With amazingly low stakes, wildly inconsistent world building, nary an interesting character in sight, and a final arc that goes from zero to bananas in record time (and not in a good way), Gundam Build Divers is the nadir of animated Gundam. And before eviscerating this terrible series, Sean also talks about playing Horizon: Forbidden West, and Jonathan discusses catching up on recent happenings in Genshin Impact. Time Chart:Intro & Stuff: 0:00:00 – 0:26:39Gundam Build Divers: 0:26:39 – 2:31:44Subscribe 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! 

Art and Labor
160 – Living Our Fontosy w/ Popple

Art and Labor

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 97:55 Very Popular


We’re back! And we brought the artist and vtuber sometimes known as POPPLE (aka swordsinverted). Get ready for your shift at the pussy eating factory, ’cause we’re on some sort of deranged queer Stalinism kick. We discuss information and cultural preservation work, living in punk houses, big tech in anime, and the escalation of the … Continue reading "160 – Living Our Fontosy w/ Popple"

Art and Labor
160 – Living Our Fontosy w/ Popple

Art and Labor

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 97:55


We’re back! And we brought the artist and vtuber sometimes known as POPPLE (aka swordsinverted). Get ready for your shift at the pussy eating factory, ’cause we’re on some sort of deranged queer Stalinism kick. We discuss information and cultural preservation work, living in punk houses, big tech in anime, and the escalation of the … Continue reading "160 – Living Our Fontosy w/ Popple"

Rant Café Anime Podcast
Sword Art Online is now REAL LIFE! Ft. Lost Pause

Rant Café Anime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 64:35 Very Popular


In this episode we talk about the latest in Anime and Anime games, including Sword Art Online and how it's becoming real life.Ft. Lost Pause, Nux Taku, Briggs, and AnimeUproar

Otaku Spirit Anime
Crunchyroll Censorship, Netflix Hates Sharing, and More!

Otaku Spirit Anime

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 112:18


Animecast Podcast discussing the news of anime today including: Crunchyroll weeding out uncensored anime in merger of Funimation, Saint's Magic Power is Omnipotent getting a 2nd season, Netflix changing account sharing practices, Sol Press goes Under, Passing of Mia Ikuma, Sentai Filmworks's Rise in Spring, and rate my lists from the community! Tips: https://streamelements.com/otakuspirit/tip Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/OtakuSpirit Merch: https://otaku-spirit.creator-spring.com/ Discord: https://discord.com/invite/BZ8ZN58u6M Website: OtakuSpirit.com

Big Soy Naturals
The Future Does Not Have to Be Sword Art Online If You Don't Want It To Be (with Sadness and Auzzie!)

Big Soy Naturals

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 100:12


From Forums to Facebook, from Webrings to Web3; us Netizens have been losing the fight against the Ghost of Steve Jobs and Big Internet for a long time....but it doesn't have to be this way. This week, Kendall and Ceres are joined by the founders of Yesterweb, Sadness and Auzzie, to about the small internet, saying no to web3, and how we can get back to a community based internet. Join us as we reject modernity and embrace traditionPatreon: patreon.com/bigsoynaturalsTwitter: https://twitter.com/BigSoyNaturalsWebsite: https://bigsoyuniverse.neocities.org/Ceres' TwitterKendall's TwitterWorks Cited and Further Reading:Sadness' WebsiteAuzzie's WebsiteYesterweb WebsiteYesterweb's Say No to Web3 Page Build your own website with Neocities!The Line Goes Up: The Problem with NFTs DocumentaryCryptocurrency Boom Causes Worldwide GPU ShortageInternet Research EthicsThe Internet is an SEO LandfillHow SEO is Gentrifying the Web by Nick SlaterGoogle Search is DyingThe California IdeologyContext Collapse and Context Restoration by Nicholas CarrPseudonyms Cause People to be more Civil OnlineFrom My to Me by Olia LialinaEARN IT Act Violates the ConstitutionEARN IT Act Disaster for Online Privacy and Speech404 Page Not Found by Kate WagnerCameron's World