On this episode of Bakacast, we discuss The Reflection’s bizarre ending, how even a badass blonde vampire can’t save UQ Holder, what Blood Blockade’s directorial change means for its new season, and some strong opening episodes from Garo, Kino and Magus’ Bride.
On this episode of Bakacast, we ring in the strangely anti-climatic end Princess Principal. Also, we spend a good chunk of time contrasting the how poorly Rage of Bahamut attempts to handle moral ambiguity with how well Shoukaku no Altair approaches similar topics. Also, Ben and I finally get around to talking in-depth about the strengths and weakness of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable.
01:32 – Princess Principal 12
13:14 – Made in Abyss 12
21:23 – My Hero Academy 37
25:36 – Rage of Bahamut: Virgin Soul 23
36:11 – Shoukaku no Altair 11
44:08 – The Reflection 11
50:29 – JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable
On this episode of Bakacast, we mock Fate/Apocrypha’s portrayal of Dracula, which may be one of the lamest in the history of vampire media. Meanwhile, Altair and Reflection continue to impress while Virgin Soul continues to hurt my soul. Oh yeah, and we talk about the upcoming fall shows for far too long.
On this episode of Bakacast, I finally tap out on Made in Abyss, take the good with the bad in My Hero Academy, and continue to be baffled by The Reflection ending up being a show I look forward to even more than Rage of Bahamut.
Another day, another episode of Bakacast where we transition from discussing laundry entrepreneurship to a half-vampire dating a sassy high-school senior at a bowling alley. You know, the usual. Also, I get VERY MAD about Rage of Bahamut: Virgin Soul.
For this episode of Bakacast, Luke and I watched My Girlfriend Is A Gal, and now we both want to destroy all anime forever. Thankfully, before we can put our plans into action, my cohosts remind me that anime can occasionally be good by reviewing Princess Principal and My Hero Academy.
On this episode of Bakacast, Mordred chases a cat around in Fate/Apocrypha, so nothing else really matters. Especially not Love Tyrant. Please email listener questions to bakacast[at]projectharuhi.net or leave them in the comments below.
On this episode of Bakacast, Luke finally returns to the podcast to watch some bad anime with me. This time, I take a suggestion from loyal listener Dayriff and subject him to the first episode of Symphogear GX to find out if those first six minutes are all they’re cracked up to be. In addition: Altair reveals what makes it worth watching, Fate suffers from a tragic lack of Mordred, and Ballroom e Youkoso gets far too ridiculous for me to tolerate.
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