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An anime podcast all about Japanese cartoons and comics as discussed by three self-proclaimed experts in the world of anime and manga! Plus anime news / reviews, coverage of classic anime, hentai / yaoi, and much, much more. Updated every week. We hope.
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After talking about the Crunchyroll Anime Awards presentation held in Japan, we touch upon the death of the legendary artist Akira Toriyama for a bit before Clarissa reviews the 2022 12-episode series Akiba Maid War without really delving into spoiler territory. Visit www.animeworldorder.com for full show notes and supplemental links.…
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Unfortunately, our attempt to lose Patreon backers was a failure, meaning that at some point we will be reviewing Hand Shakers after all. Thanks to this, for the sake of experiencing at least one final ray of sunshine in life, Clarissa reviews the 2022 12-episode series Akiba Maid War without really delving much into spoilers. Introduction (0:00 – …
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In a last-ditch effort to not review Hand Shakers, we decide to make a bunch of anger-inducing statements about anime, mecha, and conventions before reviewing the latest--and perhaps actually final this time--Hayao Miyazaki film, the critically acclaimed The Boy and the Heron. Visit www.animeworldorder.com for full show notes and supplemental links…
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For our first episode of 2024 we are joined by the two cohosts of the Shoujo Sundae podcast, Giana Luna and Chika Supreme, as we review the manga ION by Arina Tanemura. Apologies are in order, for despite the episode number, this podcast does not contain Jackée. Visit www.animeworldorder.com for full show notes and supplemental links.…
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We're finally legal, for this episode of AWO marks the start of our 18th year of anime podcasting! Let's celebrate with another holiday roundup of anime Christmas episodes, organized from "least evocative of Wham's Last Christmas" to...MOST EVOCATIVE~! Visit www.animeworldorder.com for full show notes and supplemental links.…
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We’re finally legal, for this episode of AWO marks the start of our 18th year of anime podcasting! Let’s celebrate with another holiday roundup of anime Christmas episodes, organized from “least evocative of Wham’s Last Christmas” to…MOST EVOCATIVE~! Even the least Whamaggedon of anime Christmas episodes we selected still involves an impending deat…
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After vanishing--NINJA vanishing--for nearly a decade to start raising a family in NYC, we're reunited with Erin and Noah of the long-defunct Ninja Consultant podcast (and Livejournal!) for the annual pre-Thanksgiving tradition that is THE TRIVIA EPISODE~!. Lots of new gimmicks this time around, be it game types or the fact that our Patreon support…
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After vanishing–NINJA vanishing–for nearly a decade to start raising a family in NYC, we’re reunited with Erin and Noah of the long-defunct Ninja Consultant podcast (and Livejournal!) for the annual pre-Thanksgiving tradition that is THE TRIVIA EPISODE~!. Lots of new gimmicks this time around, be it game types or the fact that our Patreon supporter…
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Mike Toole returns to the show for this MONSTER CHILLER HORROR edition of AWO released on Halloween, in which Gerald reviews the polar opposite of The Poe Clan: Go Nagai's Shuten Doji! Now that we've done this, the YouTubers can follow in our wake and make this one a meme darling. Visit www.animeworldorder.com for full show notes and supplemental l…
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Mike Toole returns to the show for this MONSTER CHILLER HORROR edition of AWO released on Halloween, in which Gerald reviews the polar opposite of The Poe Clan: Go Nagai’s Shuten Doji! Now that we’ve done this, the YouTubers can follow in our wake and make this one a meme darling. Introduction (0:00 – 38:58) We check in with Mike and what he’s been…
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This is perhaps our most tragic episode ever, for not only have we lost our sole sponsor Right Stuf due to Crunchyroll shutting it down, but Clarissa is reviewing The Poe Clan, one of the great shojo manga masterworks by Moto Hagio. Visit www.animeworldorder.com for full show notes and supplemental links.…
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In this episode, Daryl reviews a title suggested by our top Patreon backers as he reviews the now beloved super robot OVA series from 1998, Shin Getter Robo, which for the sake of avoiding confusion we might just want to call Getter Robo: Armageddon. Visit animeworldorder.com for full show notes and supplemental links.…
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We're joined by longtime mecha enthusiast Rob Lantz as we offer up a MOSTLY SPOILER-FREE review of Gerald's favorite OVA series of all time: 1988's Aim for the Top! Gunbuster, the pro directorial debut of Hideaki Anno and one of the first subtitled anime ever legally released in the United States which is now available on Blu-Ray. It's uh, kind of …
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This was originally the intro of Show 219, but it took a little longer to edit. So, PRESTO! In Show 220 Gerald shares his thoughts on Knights of the Zodiac, the 2023 live-action film adaptation of Saint Seiya. Visit www.animeworldorder.com for full show notes and supplemental links.द्वारा Anime World Order
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The intro ended up running long, but fret not as we'll release that audio next time! For now, Clarissa reviews 1987's Zillion, the coolest 80s Saturday morning cartoon / toy advertisement we never grew up with. Whether you're into Sega, Production IG, or Robotech, be ready to be mad at us getting things wrong here! Visit www.animeworldorder.com for…
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It took us a while--okay, it took 17 years since the last one--but we finally get around to completing our coverage of the 1980s Yoshikazu Yasuhiko post-Gundam film trilogy as Gerald reviews 1986's Neo Heroic Fantasia Arion, which most of us just knew as "Arion." Visit www.animeworldorder.com for full show notes and supplemental links.…
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In this episode we bring Dave Merrill back on to talk about his favorite movie (and a Patreon request): 1969's The Flying Phantom Ship, adapted from a manga by Shotaro Ishinomori. DID YOU KNOW HAYAO MIYAZAKI DREW A PART OF THIS MOVIE? (Yes. Yes we do know. You can lower your hand and sit down now.) Visit www.animeworldorder.com for full show notes …
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IF YOUR DOWNLOADED EPISODE 216 IS JUST EPISODE 215 AGAIN: please delete and then redownload the episode from your podcast app. There was a typo in the RSS feed that we fixed immediately, but it didn’t propagate to the podcast directories for two hours. We meant to release this in January but uh, didn't. Anyway, this time around Gerald reviews the l…
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So begins a new year of podcasting for us! We're trying something new out by not necessarily reviewing one thing, but talking about a selection of Christmas-themed episodes of anime arranged from "least Christmas-y" to "most Christmas-y." Visit www.animeworldorder.com for full show notes and supplemental links.…
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It's our annual Thanksgiving trivia episode! We're joined this time by the highly versatile writer Kara Dennison (@RubyCosmos), who in addition to writing prose fiction also contributes to Crunchyroll and Otaku USA. As Lupin the Third would say, compared to her we're stumblebums. Visit www.animeworldorder.com for full show notes and supplemental li…
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Because we just don't have enough randos blaming us singlehandedly for American anime fandom's ignorance, we've decided to talk about the theatrical film Mobile Suit Gundam: Cucuruz Doan's Island, a remake of the "lost episode" of the original Mobile Suit Gundam series. Visit www.animeworldorder.com for full show notes and supplemental links.…
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It's been a while since Gerald "pulled a Gerald": reviewed something that you can't easily go see. But he's back at it, reviewing the 1992 3-part OAV series Genesis Surviver Gaiarth. Visit www.animeworldorder.com for full show notes and supplemental links.द्वारा Anime World Order
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We're graced by a dangerous duo of mecha/mahjong enthusiasts this time around: Dave Cabrera (@Sasuraiger on Twitter) and Carl (@SDShamshel) join us for a convention report of Otakon 2022 which was held in Washington D.C. Visit www.animeworldorder.com for full show notes and supplemental links.द्वारा Anime World Order
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With Otakon 2022 nearly upon us (we'll be there and have panels), Clarissa reviews 2014's Witch Craft Works, a 12-episode adaptation of Ryu Mizunami's recently-completed manga, the entirety of which is now available in English both digitally as well as in print. Visit www.animeworldorder.com for full show notes and supplemental links.…
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