Some Podcast Inventing Reviews About Kinetically Enhanced Narratives

In this long awaited episode of the Spiraken Manga Review Podcast ,Xan is joined by a new co host, Sukiharu. So sit back and relax as they Review "Kuroko no Basket" by Tadatoshi Fujimaki and "Fruits Basket" by Natsuki Takaya

Kuroko no Basket

Fruits Basket

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In this supplemental episode, Xan and Baz finish out our prequel series to Spiraken's Anime Corner as they review an insanely creative, fun and addictive series about alternate worlds and playing games, so sit back and relax as they review AIE's "No Game No Life"

No Game No Lidet

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Otakon 2014

Hey Everyone, It's Xan, hope al is wel and you've been keeping your noses clean. Sorry for the lack on content the last few weeks, Its been hectic prepping for Otakon 2014 but things are finally finished and we are on our way. I'm now here in Baltimore and things are looking awesome. If you are going to Otakon, remember to check out our Panel "Journey To The Star: Anime's voyage into Space" A joint collaboration between us and All Geeks Considered. It's friday at 4:15 pm in Panel Room 4. Hope To See you there

In this supplemental episode, Xan and Baz join a secret group as they review a pseudo realistic story of lost memories, conspiracies and super phones, so sit back and relax as they review Production IG's "HIgashi no Eden/ Eden of the East"

Eden of the east

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Brony(n): A male fan of the childrens show " My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic"

Being a reviewer of Japanese comic books, cartoons, video games, cult films and other geeky forms of medium, I generally have no right to judge what someone else enjoys, but whenever I heard about Bronys, I would get a chill down my spine. A grown man watching a show for little girls, what defect must they have to be into that fandom? says the fan of manga about boys turning into girls when splashed with cold water and tv shows about a time traveling alien in a blue box. however, when asked to review Hodge's " A Brony Tale" I said what the hell and dove right in. Aftre watching this documentary, my opinion has changed about them But first off...

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