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Crunchycast

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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Dec 17, 2015
This is our last episode of 2015 as Victoria and Evan will be out of the office for the holidays, so the hosts take some time to discuss their favorite anime of the year, including TV series, movies, and more! We asked for listeners to send their own favorites, so there's a lot to talk about, including Aldnoah.Zero, Shirobako, Rokka, Yatterman Night, and Animator Expo.

Show Notes

Here's the full list of the titles we talked about:

Correction: Evan said Dentsu is funding Animator Expo, but it's actually Japanese media company Dwango. Sorry!

You can find more episode of Crunchycast on Crunchyroll, YouTubeiTunesStitcher Radio, and our Libsyn page.

The Crunchycast is hosted by Victoria Holden and Evan Minto and edited by Bill Zoeker. 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.

Dec 11, 2015
This week Victoria and Evan learn the power of anime training via fanservice-y fitness series Anime De Training! Ex and the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure manga, and Evan tries out Samurai Champloo. Plus discussion of Final Fantasy VII, the death of Shigeru Mizuki, and Victoria's limited exposure to American media.

Show Notes

You can find more episode of Crunchycast on Crunchyroll, YouTubeiTunesStitcher Radio, and our Libsyn page.

The Crunchycast is hosted by Victoria Holden and Evan Minto and edited by Bill Zoeker. 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.

Dec 8, 2015
In this inadvertently stationery-themed episode, Evan marvels at the impact of a pencil shortage in the anime industry and Victoria discusses the benefits of taking notes while watching anime. Plus the hosts chat about the Samurai Jack sequel, Mr. Osomatsu, and Cardcaptor Sakura.

Show Notes

  • The Mitsubishi Pencil Company announced that they were discontinuing their colored pencils until animators demanded they bring them back.
  • Evan is tentatively excited about a sequel to Samurai Jack, but Victoria was never a big fan.
  • Mr. Osomatsu is sating Evan's appetite for abject violence in the name of comedy.
  • Evan is also watching some more Cardcaptor Sakura, and marveling over Sakura's many costumes.
  • Victoria's watching Bakemonogatari but she doesn't remember what any of her notes mean.

You can find more episode of Crunchycast on Crunchyroll, YouTubeiTunesStitcher Radio, and our Libsyn page.

The Crunchycast is hosted by Victoria Holden and Evan Minto and edited by Bill Zoeker. 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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