It’s time, everyone! We say farewell to FLCL in this mega final review of the series as a whole. This episode has everything: some trivia, a deep dive into the characters and themes of the show, a comparison to Evangelion and Gurren Lagann, our revised anime rankings, and the big reveal of what we are watching for Season 9! This episode is definitely a must-listen episode!
Somehow we have already found our way to the end of FLCL! This week we go over Episode 6, “FLClimax”! And what a climax it is! Well, kinda. We’ll explain in our review. What will come out of Naoto’s head this time around? Who knows! What we do know is that next time we’ll have our fill breakdown of the series, including a comparison between this show and the other two Studio Gainax anime that we have covered (Evangelion and Gurren Lagann).
Thanks for your continued support! See you all in 2023!
We’re back with another wild episode of FLCL to discuss. In Episode 5, “Brittle Bullet,” things get a heck of a lot hornier, and there’s at least 200% more guns. And hands. It’s a weird episode. And that’s even by the standards of FLCL. Just one more episode to go in this season. Will we actually get some actual plot, or will this just be an experiment in frustration? Guess you’ll have to listen to this week’s episode to find out!
For our American listeners, Happy Thanksgiving! We want to make your holiday a little brighter and maybe more chaotic (in a good way, not in a dealing with your racist uncle kind of way). So enjoy our latest review of FLCL! If football after a big meal isn’t your thing, then what about a little baseball? Come swing the bat with us as we review Episode 4, “Full Swing.”
Is this an actual entertaining episode of FLCL? You betcha! You might say this episode is the cat’s pajamas. A purrfect blend of story and humor. You should be all ears for this week’s episode, a review of FLCL Episode 3, “The Marquis de Carabas.”
Well, we have another episode of FLCL to talk about and go onto weird side tangents. If this show is good for anything thus far, it’s been their weird references to other things, such as Robot Detective K, which might be Andy’s new favorite thing. This episode involves arson and another head robot. So basically much of the same. Join us for our review of Episode 2, “Fire Starter.”