Listeners…you are in for an amazing ride. This may be one of the best episodes of any anime we have discussed in such a very long time. This week Andy, Bill, and special guest Superfan Matt discuss Episode 14 of Gungrave, “Die.” Big Daddy plans to step down as the leader of the organization, and he has to pick a successor? Is this Harry’s chance to seize power? What role will Brandon play in all of this given his love for both Big Daddy and Harry? Will there ever be a better elevator scene in media? We answer all of these questions on this week’s amazing episode! Go listen!
Things are really starting to heat up this episode, leading to the boiling point that is next time’s review. However, we have another good episode of Gungrave this week in Episode 13, “Betrayal.” Big thanks to Superfan Matt for joining us this week! Always a pleasure to talk anime with him!
It’s a Bill and Andy episode! They review Episode 12 of Gungrave, “Kind.” Sadly, they both aren’t too kind to the content of this one. We skip ahead in time yet again, and the events of this episode are mostly filler. At least there’s still some really good conversation to be had!
Welcome to 2021! We’re back with a brand new double episode review! This week’s episode marks the end of the Blood War story arc. Will Brandon and Harry help the organization defeat Lightning and their army of undead gunmen? You’ll have to listen and find out as we review Episode 10, “Conflict,” and Episode 11, “Heat.”
I cannot believe that we have finally reached the end of 2020 after the last 27 months. Well, it’s felt that long, at least. We have a couple of fun games as well as gift giving. Speaking personally (it’s Andy btw), despite how bad 2020 has been, I am thankful for everything that we have managed to accomplish still this year. And we are all thankful for you, the fans, who continue to listen to us and support our show. Here’s to a hopefully brighter 2021.
This week marks the beginning of an awesome story arc! Episode 9, “Dispute,” introduces us to the rough and tumble Blood War. Maybe Bill is right about these names. Anywho, Blood War takes charge of a group of men and prepares to launch an all out war against Millenion. Brandon and Harry step forward to put a stop to this maniac, but will they be able to stop a plan that involves bringing the dead to life? Guess you’ll have to listen to this week’s episode and find out!
It was the best of episodes. It was the worst of episodes. Talk about a mixed bag this week! The boys are back with another two pack episode. Josh reviews the sorta meh Episode 7, “5 Years Later.” Then Andy goes through the stellar Episode 8, “Family.” Brandon and Harry continue to climb the ladder at Millenion, but who will be sacrificed along the way of their ascent? Guess you’ll have to join us to find out more!
Who’s your daddy? Your Big Daddy that is. Fans, we have a blast talking about this week’s review, which is a solo episode this time around. We review the amazingly titled Episode 6 of Gungrave, “Big Daddy.” Brandon and Maria want to get close, but there’s only one thing in the way: an angry mob boss. It’s a classic story of boy meets girl, girl goes to live with a crime lord, boy fishes with crime boss, boy and crime boss eat girl’s pie. You’ll have to listen to this week’s episode to find out just what is going on in this anime.
What a week. Like, seriously. What. A. Week. If you weren’t already elated this historic Saturday, why not smile and laugh and cheer some more at a brand new episode of Tooning Japanese! This week Bill, Josh, and Andy discuss more Gungrave. More specifically they review Episode 4, “Go,” and Episode 5, “Millennion.” The boys have a grand old time talking about how Brandon and Harry get involved with the mafia. It’s a lot more fun than it sounds.
We’re back with more Gungrave! We are SO EXCITED for this season that we decided to talk about TWO EPISODES! Yes, this week the full crew talks about Episode 2 of Gungrave, “Young Dogs,” and Episode 3, “Rain.” If you thought the first episode of the series was too gun crazy, then you’re in luck. We slow things down and go back to a simpler time before whatever apocalypse ravaged the landscape and littered it with orgman. In these two episodes we are introduced to a younger Brandon and Harry as they fight for survival with their gang of friends. And I’m sure nothing tragic will happen to thrust these two into a life of organized crime. Right?