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Anime talk radio program devoted to manga, music, anime, and video games. Episodes feature anime news, reviews of Japanese animation, comics, and video games, contests, and tons more!

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Anime talk radio program devoted to manga, music, anime, and video games. Episodes feature anime news, reviews of Japanese animation, comics, and video games, contests, and tons more!

    ASO Radio: Episode #132

    ASO Radio: Episode #132

    Originally recorded 2019-Aug-08.


    This Episode marks twenty (That's 2-0!) years of ASO Radio. It seems like only two decades ago that I started this show, but it has actually been twenty years - who could have guessed? ^_- In that time we have reviewed every anime and Japanese video game ever made as well as the majority of manga, visual novels, light novels, and soundtrack CD's, with reviews of millions of comedic and dramatic audio programs on CD and digital as well. Or... that would be awesome if it were true. So until it is, we will continue to review media from Japanese popular culture.


    ...And hey, here's to another twenty years of ASO Radio! We hope you all shall join us on our continuing adventures in anime talk radio broadcasting!


    Anime Review: "Aggretsuko (Aggressive Retsuko)," "Aggretsuko - We Wish You a Metal Christmas," "Patema Inverted"


    Video Game Review: "Pushmo (3DS)"


    HotSpot: "Nz17's Trip to Japan in 2018"

    ASO Radio: Episode #131

    ASO Radio: Episode #131

    Our fifteenth anniversary Episode - originally recorded on August 10th, 2014 - starts with an overview of ASO Radio's beginnings and its early episodes. We then segue to talking about the contemporary anime talk radio shows from back-in-the-day that have disappeared from the Internet over the years as well as what's been happening in the lives of Nz17, DB3, and ZGuy. All that is followed by our usual segments which include an anime review, some unique fan mail, a few zippy video game reviews while Nz17 gets a drink, and an overview of the 2013 NDK convention.


    Anime Review: "Sailor Moon Crystal"


    HotSpot: "Fast, unofficial video game reviews," "Nan Desu Kan (NDK) 2013 anime convention travelogue"

    ASO Radio: Episode #130

    ASO Radio: Episode #130

    Wow, we did it! Fourteen years of ASO Radio C-O-M-P-L-E-T-E-D, completed! Yahoo! All right! PaRappa The Rapper, you gotta believe! Ten seasons finished! Yeah, yeah, yay, woo, wooo!


    ...And here's to another fourteen years yet to be. We hope you all shall join us on our continuing adventures in anime talk radio broadcasting.


    Anime Review: "Toradora!"


    Video Game Review: "Kid Icarus: Uprising (3DS)"

    ASO Radio: Episode #129

    ASO Radio: Episode #129

    Are you prepared for a rocking summer-time episode of ASO Radio? Good, glad to hear it, because we have one that's ready for you!


    Nz17 is going to take you on spin through some anime reviews "shotgun style," and then we serve up a mighty fine video game review of a compilation of games for PSP.


    Anime Review: "Katanagatari," "Arakawa Under the Bridge," "Pandora Hearts," "Our Home's Fox Deity," "Kimi ni Todoke," "Bunny Drop," "Ground Control to Psychoelectric Girl," "House of Five Leaves," "The Everyday Tales of a Cat God"


    Video Game Review: "Metal Slug Anthology"

    ASO Radio: Episode #128

    ASO Radio: Episode #128

    This Episode contains a special announcement about some changes we're going to be making around here. But it also contains a review of the anime Working!! (known as Wagnaria!! in North America) and an hour-long interview with the famous voice actor Sonny Strait and the musician - and convention favorite - Warky T. Chocobo. A nice mix of ASO Radio goodness that spans over ninety-eight minutes, this is an Episode you should not miss!


    Anime Review: "Wagnaria!!"


    HotSpot: "Sonny Strait + Warky T. Chocobo interview"

    ASO Radio: Episode #127

    ASO Radio: Episode #127

    Yeesh, ASO Radio steps away from the spotlight for two weeks and the manga industry falters on its foundation. Is it a coincidence or is it the amazing power of ASO Radio's missing presence at work, causing a severe decline in purchasing habits? Yeah, that's what I thought too.


    Anime Review: "Cromartie High School," "Ponyo"


    HotSpot: "Japanese for the Beginning Otaku"

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