Thursday, August 2, 2007

Episode 34: Don't blame it on the sunshine, don't blame it on the Moonlight Mile, don't blame it on good times, blame it on the rants....

Download Episode 34 here.

Now, with less rants!

One thing of note people, please submit an answer in the survey in the top left hand corner to help us improve the show!

Me and the other one Alex, discuss some of the newest things to hit the Asian YouTube battleground for the neo Korean-Japanese war community.

First off, a little bit of animosity makes it's way to the soccer field.

The French fellow who won Japanese hearts with his rendition of the Totoro song

Hokuto No Ken / Fist Of The North Star Opening featuring "Qoo"

Cute Japanese baby

What a cuddly little tyke! Alex would have loved to have taught English in Japanese kindergartens but he's expressly forbidden from being within a one mile radius from any infant currently not in Japan.


Old-Boy wins Eisner award.

Of course, Japan has it's own category now, as Manga was dominating the "foreign awards".

Will the real Doraemon Please stand forward?

Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles Sequel

Geeks in their basement are baking pies as we speak.

For some reason, Alex starts discussing how he is re watching Gatchaman, and how he feels about it now, he's seen it uncut as an adult.

3D CGI Film from the Appleseed production team

I don't even remember what it's called. It's about some sort of infiltration into
a future isolationist Japan. Whilst the geeky possibilities of that synopsis reeks
of awesomeness, Appleseed was a rather large disappointment for me. I'm expecting a film with lots of "bullet time-Matrix-esque action scenes" and not a lot of substance.

Review: Moonlight Mile

Alex is a space geek. This show is written by a space geek. The producers are sex-maniacs. I can hear ADV's cash registers "ka-chinking" as we speak.

Definitely a must buy!

This is definitely an in-depth review, as we can expect from Alex. However, it's more than a review. It's an in-depth commentary on the role of space in the modern world, the role of the space program and the dreams that the infinite frontier of the cosmos have brought to the pioneer living in each of us.

Wrap-Up / Mail

We discuss a letter sent to us by the always lovely, Watcher-Angel, who has weathered our low brow misogynistic jokes, childish gay humor and long rants. We love you, WatcherAngel!

She proceeds to tear into us the long rants that this show is guilty of. We couldn't agree more!

Until next week, farewell!


Root Beer King said...

Woah did you get a new mic Dane? You sound much different!

Dane Scaysbrook said...

Different as in better quality? Or voice sounded different? I did a few things to make the audio better, but I'm not sure what else it could be. I was a bit sick earlier so my voice could have been off.

If anyone is reading, please "digg us" it's embarrassing to have just 5 there!

Root Beer King said...

alittle bit of both my friend, alittle bit of both... Either way I think it(being your voice of course) sounded good *thumbs up*.

Dane Scaysbrook said...

Yes, I can hear it, I do sound a bit strange!

I'm afraid this episode has been dwarfed by the whole "promo" post.

letseatcake said...

Hi guys. I just want to say 2 things. One, I sent you(Dane) a message on Stage6, so check it out. Two, I watched Wannabes. It's definitely not my favorite anime, but i watched it none the less.

Dane Scaysbrook said...

Sorry about the lateness of my reply at Stage6, Letseatcake!

I'm glad you watched Wanna-Be's. It's not the pinnacle of anime by any means, but it's an enjoyable 80's B-grade romp.