Nathan and Carrie return for a final round as they tackle two extreme opposites on the anime scales – Berserk and Amanchu! The Toast Hosts also look at some gross Nendoroids and some great movies!
Tim’s back to join Carrie and Justin for a discussion of some of the new shows this season, including Sweetness & Lightning, as well as Days (though the amount of Days involved is a subject for debate, apparently). Plus, the Toast Hosts discuss what YOU PEOPLE wanted as well as give a run-down of the last Baltimore-held Otakon!
Carrie and Justin are back to talk about two very different series – Orange, and Mob Psycho 100! The Toast Hosts also look at the latest news in the business, from serious media industry announcements to weird toy stuff to even Willem Dafoe!
Carrie and Nathan are back to start off the summer season in the most magical way possible, with Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE LOVE! The Toast Hosts also give a rundown of the latest news, including SDCC announcements and more! Plus, cat bananas.
Nathan and Carrie return to break down the highs and lows of the Spring anime season as well as give their first impressions of what they think will be good (and what looks like hot garbage) in the Summer lineup. Plus, the Toast Hosts provide a look at the latest news, ranging from new licensing to weird hamburgers and everything in between!
Justin and Carrie have fought through their colds to bring you a fresh slice, featuring their impressions of My Hero Academia! The Toast Hosts also look at the Listener Choice, The Lost Village, plus give a run-down of the latest news – including a ton of live-action news!
Tim, Carrie and Justin return to give you their first impressions of Flying Witch as well as take a look at Tanaka-Kun is Always Listless! The Toast Hosts also look at a wealth of news, including new Digimon, new Super Lovers, and a new look at the live-action FMA project, plus some disappointing quotes from one of the heads of Studio Ghibli.
Toasters! Let’s pick up right where we left off. A mass unit of villains has suddenly appeared inside USJ. Aizawa, realizing these villains mean business, tells Thirteen to escort the heroes in training to safety. The class wonders why the campus trespasser alarms aren’t going off and the only reasonable explanation is that there must be a villain with the ability to manipulate infrared waves. While coming to this conclusion, the villain group begins their advance on the heroes. Not skipping a beat, Aizawa unravels his capture scarf and dives right into them. Using his quirk erasing ability and his experience of fighting multiple enemies at once, Aizawa impressively holds his own against a multitude of villains and displays why he is one of my favorite heroes in this series.
Toasters! After a short recap of last week’s episode, we continue where our battle left off. Bakugou realizes that despite winning the fight, he ultimately lost the war against Midoriya. The hero team wins (Midoriya and Uraraka), Bakugou has his pride shattered, Uraraka becomes incredibly nauseous from using her ability on herself, and Midoriya passes out from the pain and is transported to the nurse’s office. While Midoriya is recuperating in the nurse’s office, All Might tries to pull Bakugou out of the existential crisis he starts to spiral into by reviewing the results of the match with him and the class. All Might names Iida the MVP of the match due to his adaptability and actually doing the objective with forethought. The match is further broken down by Momo Yaoyorozu (one of my favorite heroes in the series), a student that got into U.A. university on a recommendation, where she explains why each student’s actions in the exercise were reckless besides Iida.
Carrie and Nathan are back to cover a ton of news, especially the developments regarding background checks at AX and other large shows! Plus, the Toast Hosts give their first impressions of Space Patrol Luluco, and the listener choice of the week, Haven’t You Heard, I’m Sakamoto! And there’s a very Serious Business question of the week, to boot!