A podcast about anime for the Christian consumer. Reviews, discussion, recommendations, on old and new and rarely covered anime from a Christian worldview.
King Of Thorn: Re
Bex, Encyclo and Brother Ben revisit the movie that started it all. King Of Thorn is a must watch for any anime enthusiast. It is rich with themes of love, sacrifice, hope, and space goo? Listen in as we discuss it all in this riveting fantastique episode!
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Opening Theme from King of Thorn.
Closing Song from King of Thorn.
Catsup and Reboot
Bex, Encyclo, and Brother Ben are back!
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Opening song from Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card.
Closing song from Welcome Back, Kotter.
Re: Redeemed Otaku
It's time to reinvigorate the show!
Happy New Year
The hosts remain nameless in this episode as we talk about random things such as 2020, comics, how Superman isn't that super, oh, and we do mention anime since we are an anime podcast... Happy New Year!
Opening song is from Bofuri
Closing song is Happy New Year by Michael Ball
Bex, Ben, Tim, Leam and Cordie sit down for a post Thanksgiving meal protest. We chat about holiday foods, take a holiday quiz, and completely botch a anime holiday ranker! Mashed potatoes anyone?
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Intro: Sleigh Ride by Andy Williams
Outro: Tom and Mary by Walt Disney's Babes in Toyland
Bex, Ben and Tim finish out their unintentional trilogy of "children" anime with this instant classic. This review gets a little hairy as we talk about the issues with having wolf children and how important fathers are in successfully raising said children. Don't be like the pagans!
Definitely a great podcast. The production values could be higher but I understand that's asking quite a lot monetarily; definite four stars.
I would like to request something small: I liked how when you reviewed Kemurikusa, you gave a content warning (or in this case, not a warning) at the beginning. If possible, I think this would be a good idea to do something similar at the beginning of all your review episodes. This along with a short synopsis of the show without spoilers would be a great improvement, I think.
Also, and this is probably less of a good idea, I would like to know if you recommend a show to be watched or not at the beginning of the episode, so I can know if the show has the Bex Seal of Approval or not without spoiling the whole thing. However, this would have fewer people listening to your whole episodes, so I understand if you don’t take this suggestion.
(You don’t have to read this review in an episode, I don’t want it to sound like I’m just writing a second review for the attention)
NOT JUST for Anime Fans!
I admit that I’m not the biggest fan of the anime genre as a whole. Although, I’ve been getting more and more into it. I enjoy this podcast mainly for the interesting discussions on faith and how it intertwines with a lot of the genre films and television shows we all enjoy. Bex does a fantastic job, and is a joy to listen to. You’ve made a fan out of me!
Thank you for all you do. God bless you
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