Anime+ Podcast Episode #010 (35:17)


  • Eric’s Upcoming Editorial
  • Gundam 00, Macross Frontier Seasons


  • Clannad


  • Byousoku 5cm

Byousoku 5cm

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  1. Viviana said,

    May 1st, 2008 at 5:03 pm

    Go Mecca anime!

    I completey agree with what you said about these companies always redoing the same strutcure in their episodes. I thought they only did that in cartoons!
    Thanks for this week’s podcast I loved it!

  2. Davey J said,

    June 22nd, 2008 at 6:33 am

    This was the first podcast I listened to and I think you did rather well! You are totally right about anime’s finding and sticking to a formula. Inuyasha is possibly the best example of it. It basically goes, trying to find Naraku, find Naraku, fight Naraku, Naraku escapes, start over again.

    Although, I think 5 Centimeters Per Second deserved an A! I want him to hurry up and make a new movie already.

  3. Romeo said,

    July 29th, 2008 at 6:17 am

    You guys are so right about this. Maybe that’s why I’m not much into the extremely popular anime trend. Maybe people could treat this as a wake up call.

  4. Link said,

    August 4th, 2008 at 11:34 am

    Hey! This seems like a really swell operation you guys got going on here. I admin and maintain a geeky (anime, comics, gaming, etc.) blog/site called HealingTouch that incorporates a whole bunch of media (videos, podcasts, articles, etc.), and I was curious if you’d be interested in affiliating with us. Perhaps even letting us feature/advertise some of your podcasts whenever new ones come out?

    Let me know what you think. ^_^

    – Link

  5. Plaid said,

    November 24th, 2008 at 2:48 pm

    It was good to see KyoAni getting the license for Kanon and Clannad. It seemed appropriate given how well their treatment of AIR turned out.

  6. Oosran said,

    April 7th, 2009 at 8:14 am

    I mean, just to clarify, in Clannad, Nagisa didn’t get into an accident, she’s got poor health, and gets ill for long periods about 2 times a year.

    And yeah I know, I’m commenting like… A year later, and also, it’s the ~After Story~, not another story : D although the extra episode was called Anorher World ; )
    Oh man I gotta comment more stuff xD

  7. Oosran said,

    April 8th, 2009 at 1:06 am

    Oh right, gotta add some more, Gundam 00, it’s not called Gundam “zero zero”, it’s “Double-O” for crying out loud! Yes I’m a great whiner, but I just can’t take wrong pronounced names : D

  8. jojo said,

    July 26th, 2009 at 1:31 am

    can some one put it on live movie this 5 cm per seconds :(

    im touch of this anime

    i cry over and over again with it..

    this was awesome anime movies i watch for my whole life..

    great great movie

  9. Anna said,

    September 16th, 2015 at 4:19 am

    Katie, Wow, you covered a lot of info in this pcdoast. I loved hearing your listeners voices.I wanted to give you some insight on the Pfaff machines. I have the quilt expression 4.0. I can be quite persnickety about thread and needles. It has problems with free motion quilting; you can’t go too fast and a single hole needle plate is a must (for everything you use a straight stitch for). You can buy a free-motion/darning foot that does help. Regarding the IDT: It is great for piecing but falls short to substitute for a walking foot for quilting. If you look at it you see that it has only a very small area of teeth right behind the needle. A walking foot has teeth on both sides of the needle. There is not a separate walking foot to add. I just wanted to let you know what I’ve learned by using this machine. Overall it is a good machine.The day that someone makes a sewing machine that has everything I want and nothing I don’t want is the day I’ll spend some real money on a machine.Also, my dealer has been very helpful in solving my issues; tips, tricks, free single hole plate .. I highly recommend going through a reputable dealer.Thanks again for the pcdoast and I hope you make it back to Denver someday. Thanks for the compliments about our drivers!

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