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Crunchycast is the official podcast of Crunchyroll. Each week, we'll be bringing you the hottest news and perspectives on the world of anime. Join hosts Evan and Victoria as they delve into the best programming the web has to offer, explore pressing questions, and interview the anime community and industry's most compelling personalities.
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May 30, 2015

Welcome to the twelth episode of the official Crunchyroll Podcast, CrunchyCast! Each week, we'll be bringing you the hottest news and perspectives on the world of anime. Join hosts Evan and Victoria as they delve into the best programming the web has to offer, explore pressing questions, and interview the anime community and industry's most compelling personalities.

This week, our hosts are joined by Max Scoville of IGN and The Comedy Button. You can find him on Twitter at @MaxScoville.

Show Notes:

News

Anime

  • Evan’s pleased to share his experiences with Gall Force

  • Victoria cooking up excitement for Food Wars

Questions

 

  • Jace Summers (‏@Colamancer)

    • I always watch the entire intro/outro to anime, probably a habit from the VHS rental days. Do ya'll do this too?

  • ♡ 위니 린 ♡ (‏@WinnieLin21)

    • Favorite school romance anime?

  • Brett (@thetruebrett)

    • What genre of anime or manga do you like the least? I least like mech and samurai.

 

This is the season finale of CrunchyCast season 1! Keep an eye out for news and announcements related to season 2 on Crunchyroll.com.

You can find more episodes of CrunchyCast on iTunesStitcher Radio, and our Libsyn page.

The CrunchyCast is hosted by Victoria Holden and Evan Minto and produced by Miles Thomas and the Crunchyroll Brand team. If you have any questions for our hosts, you can reach us at CrunchyCast@crunchyroll.com, or on Twitter at @SailorBee and @VamptVo respectively. 

The opening and ending music in CrunchyCast are produced by Noah Hafford, who can be found at his SoundCloud. 

May 16, 2015
Welcome to the eleventh episode of the official Crunchyroll Podcast, CrunchyCast! Each week, we'll be bringing you the hottest news and perspectives on the world of anime. Join hosts Evan and Victoria as they delve into the best programming the web has to offer, explore pressing questions, and interview the anime community and industry's most compelling personalities.
 
Show Notes:
 

News


Anime


Questions from #CrunchyCast

  • Horo ‏@TrickedOutHoro @Crunchyroll Is there an anime that you really like a lot, but can't stand one of the protagonists in it? #CrunchyCast

  • Assuming parasyte the maximum was a huge sucess and inspires more old never animated old Manga to be adapted what are Ur picks? - Cyrus

  • Best anime soundtrack ever. Go! - Erik Cheeser

  • Anime Maru ‏@AnimeMaru #crunchycast @laureninspace Will there be a sequel to BYAB on how to transform your anime blog into a sinister worldwide media empire?
 

You can find more episodes of CrunchyCast on iTunesStitcher Radio, and our Libsyn page.

 

 CrunchyCast is hosted by Victoria Holden and Evan Minto and produced by Miles Thomas and the Crunchyroll Brand team. If you have any questions for our hosts, you can reach us at CrunchyCast@crunchyroll.com, or on Twitter at @SailorBee and @VamptVo respectively. 

 

The opening and ending music in CrunchyCast are produced by Noah Hafford, who can be found at his SoundCloud. 

May 9, 2015
Welcome to the tenth episode of the official Crunchyroll Podcast, CrunchyCast! Each week, we'll be bringing you the hottest news and perspectives on the world of anime. Join hosts Evan and Victoria as they delve into the best programming the web has to offer, explore pressing questions, and interview the anime community and industry's most compelling personalities.
 
This week, our hosts are joined by Thomas Zoth, also known as ABCBTom online. His work can be found on his blog, Hungry Bug DinerThe Fandom PostInfinite Rainy Day, O-Talk Podcast, and The Anime Now PodcastYou can reach him via his Twitter account.
 
Show Notes:

News


Anime


Questions from #CrunchyCast

  • Why did you choose to name Case Closed instead of Detective Conan? (Nicholas “Picky33”)

  • Emperor J ‏@emperorj  How far can each of you punt a football?

  • If you had to choose, would you want a few really well animated shows, but to minimize risks, the companies only produced idol, harem and loli-shows; or would you want a lot of different shows, but with lower animation quality and a lot of copy/paste looking (and acting) characters? - From Anton in Sweden

  • all talk of anime by film buffs is limited to Mamoru oshi, Otomo, Miyazaki, Takahata, Shinchiro Watanabe and Satoshi Kon, What other anime directors deserve to be  know outside the anime circle?

 

You can find more episodes of CrunchyCast on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, and our Libsyn page.
 
CrunchyCast is hosted by Victoria Holden and Evan Minto and produced by Miles Thomas and the Crunchyroll Brand team. If you have any questions for our hosts, you can reach us at CrunchyCast@crunchyroll.com, or on Twitter at @SailorBee and @VamptVo respectively.
 
The opening and ending music in CrunchyCast are produced by Noah Hafford, who can be found at his SoundCloud. The insert song is "Hungaria" by Latche Swing, used under Creative Commons.
May 1, 2015

Welcome to the ninth episode of the official Crunchyroll Podcast, CrunchyCast! Each week, we'll be bringing you the hottest news and perspectives on the world of anime. Join hosts Evan and Victoria as they delve into the best programming the web has to offer, explore pressing questions, and interview the anime community and industry's most compelling personalities.

Show Notes:

This week, Evan and Victoria are joined by Publisher's Weekly writer and manga industry expert Deb Aoki! You can read her work on Publisher's Weekly, on her website Manga Comics Manga, and on her Twitter account.

You can find more episodes of CrunchyCast on iTunesStitcher Radio, and our Libsyn page.

 CrunchyCast is hosted by Victoria Holden and Evan Minto and produced by Miles Thomas and the Crunchyroll Brand team. If you have any questions for our hosts, you can reach us at CrunchyCast@crunchyroll.com, or on Twitter at @SailorBee and @VamptVo respectively. 

The opening and ending music in CrunchyCast are produced by Noah Hafford, who can be found at his SoundCloud. 

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