1. In honor of Free! have you watched any "gay" anime or anime designed for an audience who likes to ogle dudes?
2. Who are your favorite bros in anime? This question has been inspired by Gargantia.
Regarding the question above, I feel that Free! is more about fan service for girls instead of "gay" anime. It's not really "gay." Forgive me, I'm not an English native. I know "gay" is used in a different way in the states than other countries. Another question is how do you feel about anime series gearing towards female audience with fan service. There hasn't much anime series revolves around a homosexual relationship, but for the manga market, there are yaoi manga to serve that niche.
The second question is how do you feel about homosexual jokes used in anime?
Are you guys fans of the old Anime Gatchaman? This cartoon was my first introduction to Anime when I was kid. Even though I didn't know what Anime was as the time. I bring this up since there is a new Gatchaman live action movie set to come out in Japan in August I believe. Do you guys think it will be worth checking out? I'm a little sceptical myself but I want to give some support the to film.
There appear to be two camps that have formed in anime fandom: those who prefer Black Lagoon, and those who prefer Jormungand. Some knock Black Lagoon for being over-the-top, while others say Jormungand is the poor man's Black Lagoon, a Johnny-come-lately. So where do you stand. Do you pick one over the other, or will you allow these two anti-hero mercenary teams to sit at the same table?
This has nothing to do with anime, but what was you guy's first meeting and what was the event that took your friendship to "the next level"?
What do you think would be the best ways to introduce someone to a new genre? For example - they like comedy, but aren't too interested in teenage boys getting angry(shonen), if at first glance or just in general, or vice versa and they aren't interested in tsundere characters(comedy).
I'm late to the party but I think a good way is to find shows that blend genres and use those as a bridge. Like if someone wasn't familiar with shonen but loved comedy or vice versa and I wanted to introduce them to the other, I'd show them something like Soul Eater. It has enough comedy to keep a comedy fan happy and enough action to keep an action fan happy. Maybe while getting their genre need filled in one category, they'll see the other and think it's kinda cool.
I think neither of yall are big wargamers or boardgamers but it would be intresting as a product review as well as if you like the game.
Could you do a dual drive by review of http://www.crunchyroll.com/rwby
episodes are fairly short 12 minutes or so an done with Smith microes Poser. More i watched more i liked. Done by Rooster Teeth guys who do Red vs Blue .
A anime made in america ? more like anime like animation? more info here http://www.ask.com/wiki/RWBY?o=2801&qsrc=999&ad=doubleDown&an=apn&ap=ask.com
You've gone back and forth on the pronunciation of the word magi in Magi: Labyrinth of Magic, but the dub script has been voiced now. Will you now submit to the way it's pronounced within the show? Are there any other Japanese pronunciations you have found odd? I know that the title character of Eureka 7's name is pronounced oddly in Japanese and English.
Norm, from Tested, sits down Fon Davis and talks about the current status of practical effects in Hollywood.