On this episode of Bakacast, we all slowly realize that our favorite show of the season is a cute-girls-doing-cute-things show. Aaron and I, especially, attempt to puzzle out how that happened, and whether we’ve secretly been replaced by pop people (aka Random Curiosity commentators).
It’s time for the first Bakacast of the Winter 2018 season! We start out our reviews with the new series of Card Captor Sakura, and I’ve brought in my fellow Audio Entropy podcaster, Emily, to help us out. We then give our first impressions on a bunch of the shows that aired during the first two weeks, which end up mostly being a mix of pleasant surprises and shocking disappointments.
On this special episode of Bakacast, Larry and Ben review the shows they watched that we didn’t get to on the regular show (mostly because I’m lazy and can’t be bothered to watch more than is absolutely necessary).
On this episode of Bakacast, we start the show with our Anime of the Year 2017 categories before getting to the very last reviews of the winter season. All of us had some tough cuts to make for our personal top 5 lists (except for Aaron, apparently) and some of the special categories ended up being surprisingly tough.
On this episode of Bakacast, we finish out MMO Junkie and Juni Taisen, two shows that had stronger beginnings than they did endings. Also we do our best not to fall asleep while reviewing, as we recorded late on Christmas Eve and we were all a little sleepy.
On this episode of Bakacast, we spend a full hour previewing the upcoming Winter season. And that’s even with us immediately saying “hell no” to a decent chunk of the shows and then moving on. Also, I take a moment to stroke Fathomless Blue’s ego a bit, because I guess he deserves it. Maybe.
On this episode of Bakacast, we channel our inner Guillermo del Toro and talk about how much we love that Blood Blockade remembered that it had a very good softboy fishperson lying around and decided to give him an episode. Also, I start to have serious concerns about Inuyashiki and Juni Taisen.
Is it perhaps ironic that the Kemono Friends episode is the first one in a while that has the most explicit language since the JoJo Bizarre Rewatch bonus episodes? Yes, probably. Y’all can blame Julie for that. In any case, since Luke’s original audio got lost to the ether somehow, I decided to marathon almost all of the show and then get Julie on to help Luke and me do a slightly deeper dive into the show, because it deserves it.