We have returned after several weeks off. The world really went to shit with us gone, huh? We Hey, folks! We are back with a brand new episode this week. Instead of a review of One Punch Man, here’s a very special bonus episode! I take my good friend Adam to task with a bit of Tooning Japanese trivia. Play along at home, too, and let us know how you do! We hope to find time to record a new episode for next week, but with the global health issue, no promises.
Andy is on his way out of town tomorrow, so instead of a new One Punch Man review, enjoy this episode from our vast Patreon bonus episode archive! In this episode, Bill and Andy talk through and review an episode of Sailor Moon, entitled “Protect the Children’s Dreams: Friendship Through Anime.” Also, since this episode is about an animation studio, do the right thing and donate to Kyoto Animation’s GoFundMe if you have the means! Enjoy this, and we’ll be back next week with a brand new One Punch Man review!
This week we are featuring an episode requested by our good friend Yata over at the Reanimetor Podcast! Yata donated to our show (see our Patreon link below), and as part of that donation he requested we watch and review the anime Mushi-Shi. To be honest, none of us over here had even heard of it, and we were a bit skeptical going on. However, by the end all three of us loved it! Join Andy, Bill, and special guest Thurk as they talk about the first two episodes of Mushi-Shi, “The Green Seat” and “The Light of the Eyelid.”
We hope you enjoyed last week’s bonus season episode because we have yet another for you this week! Andy and Bill return to the Accursed Island of Lodoss to review Episode 3, “The Black Knight,” and Episode 4, “The Grey Witch.” Will Parn make it to King Fahn? What troubles will Karla and Ashram cause? Listen now to hear Bill actually gush about an anime and to join in on the D&D banter.
Due to Josh’s wedding day, we’re releasing a brand new bonus season. This time it’s Andy and Bill reviewing one of their favorite animes of all time, the OVA of The Record of Lodoss War. They’re doubling up on their reviews, tackling two at a time. Join us for a history on Lodoss War and our thoughts on Episode 1, “Prologue to the Legend,” and Episode 2, “Blazing Departure.”
To make up for missing a week, please enjoy a bonus blooper episode on top of our regular episode. These bloopers are from the second half of Season 3, which was our review of Gurren Lagaan. As always, listener discretion on our blooper episodes is advised.
To make up for the missing weeks, here’s a preview of our newest bonus episode! Andy and Bill had an hour-long discussion ranking every single Trigun villain. Who will be at the top? Where will E.G. Mine end up? Will a dark horse make it into the Top 10? Give this preview a listen, and if you want to hear the rest as well as all kinds of other bonus content, donate $1/month to our Patreon!
Due to some issues, we did not get the second episode of Season 3 recorded. Instead, please enjoy another Pokemon Generations review bonus episode. We’re just about done with Pokemon Generations episodes, and unfortunately these ones aren’t as good as the ones Ray and Andy reviewed last month. The episode was still a total blast regardless!
Not a Patron? Here’s one of our bonus episodes! We currently have almost 4 hours of bonus content for you to check out for just a $1/month donation! During this episode we debate our favorite anime (and other geeky) weaponry.
We also announce a contest! Head over to the Questionable Endeavor Discord and enter our free contest. The winner of a $25 Amazon gift card will be drawn on September 1st!
Don’t forget that from now until August 31st, we’ll release a bonus episode alongside our regular release for each new Patreon backer! Our next bonus episode will be a fan Q&A & other surprises!
From now until August 31st, we’ll release a bonus episode alongside our regular release for each new Patreon backer! Here’s our first bonus episode, a collection of bloopers from Season 2, Episodes 1-7 of our Trigun reviews! As always, due to language and subject manner, listener discretion is advised.