Anibros Podcast Episode 134 – It’s Not Hyperbole to Say It’s the 9/11 of Anime


Welcome one and all to the Anibros show. As you are well used to, the editing has been slow for the past couple of weeks. While we have a couple episodes ‘in the can,’ as we say in the business, their timeliness is called into question more and more with the passing days.


When we recorded this, the KyoAni fire was the talk of the town. Since this was recorded, many new facts and details have been made known about the event. So, please take our limited knowledge and minor speculation with the proverbial ‘grain of salt.’


We then proceed to talk about the very beginning of Summer season, even though now, in the modern times, we are 6 weeks in. And because we have a few episodes already recorded, you will be able to join us through time as we discover new things a few weeks later than everyone else…


Hopefully you don’t listen to us for the breaking news reports.


This week’s hosts:

Laven – @LavenVoth
Kenny – @sakoku_otaku



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2 thoughts on “Anibros Podcast Episode 134 – It’s Not Hyperbole to Say It’s the 9/11 of Anime”

  1. Great episode. Few things:
    1. Watch Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions, Kenny. Or Nichijou. That show is hilarious.
    3. I need to hear your unfiltered thoughts on episode 19 of Demon Slayer (I already talked with Kenny about it, but more nerding out is never bad)

    Did you guys ever watch Superhuman Samurai Syber Squad when it aired in the US? They did the same thing as power rangers where they filmed a “normal” show and then cut to the Japanese action. It was great. I know that Gridman was actually a direct sequal to Denkou Choujin Gridman, but it was still neat seeing something from my childhood like that.

    1. Alas, I didn’t watch Superhuman Samurai Syber Squad back in the day. I wasn’t really into those tokusatsu shows when I was a little kid, unless it was a Megazord part of Power Rangers. But then “little me” found Gundam, so all was well.

      Also, sorry, but I’m nowhere near caught up on Demon Slayer.

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