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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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Now displaying: June, 2016
Jun 18, 2016

This week, Evan and Victoria talk about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the latest episode of Space Patrol Luluco and Toradora. In the news, Sir Ian McKellen reads Archer's invocation from Fate/Stay Night, the most unpopular Pokemon launches a campaign to improve its image, and "your name" will have its world premiere at Anime Expo in Los Angeles.

All that plus answers to your anime questions!

Evan is writing for Ani-Gamers and Otaku USA.

Victoria is posting videos on her YouTube channel.

You can find more episode of Crunchycast on Crunchyroll, YouTube, iTunes, Stitcher 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.

Jun 14, 2016

In this episode, Evan and Victoria talk about anime conventions like A-Kon, AnimeNEXT and Fanime. In the news, the Studio Ghibli co-founders Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata speak out about the role of an artist’s gender and what Studio Ghibli has in the works including Miyazaki’s first full CGI work.

Also this week, Evan and Victoria talk about some of the anime they’re watching including Bakuon and My Hero Academia.

Evan is writing for Ani-Gamers and Otaku USA.

Victoria is posting videos on her YouTube channel.

You can find more episode of Crunchycast on Crunchyroll, YouTube, iTunes, Stitcher 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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