It's our last podcast of the year, and we fight against injury to talk about Wake Up, Girls, the dangers of mobile games, and plenty more besides.
Mr Seb and Ross are joined by the inimitable James as the trio discuss their collecting habits and probe the Freudian nightmare of what drives them! Not for the faint of heart, you have been warned...
A transcription of the Hyper Japan Christmas Market 2016 Live stage interview with the manga powerhouse duo Peach-Pit, Creators of Rozen Maiden, Shugo Chara, and much more besides!
Seraph of the End comes to an end, and we take a look at the second half of the series in its UK Collector's Edition form.
Nothing says Christmas like zombies and monster girls, so allow Elliot and Andy to bring some festive spirit into your December with our latest live show.
Ross and Seb muse on the nature of what makes a worthy special edition for games and anime - plus a bit of Transformer talk and a hint of changes to the UK Anime Network. And wine, of course.
For this month's podcast, we invite Crunchyroll's Terry Li onto the show to talk all about the streaming service - how it's faring, where it's going, and of course the company's partnership with Funimation - and to answer your questions.
This isn't our first contact with The Tatami Galaxy and it certainly isn't our worst contact, as we check out this new HD edition of Masaaki Yuasa's impressive and surreal series.
The Big O draws important influences not just from mecha anime, but also from film noir - Alexander Smit digs into this somewhat forgotten classic to discuss how and why it does this.
Ross and Seb return, surprisingly unharmed. As well as a Northern slant on the latest news (read: tight) we answer the burning question of our age - who are these old guys?
Fullmetal Alchemist was a gateway anime for an entire generation of fans, so what better way to bring it to the UK on Blu-ray than via a resin gateway of its very own? We open the door to check out Anime Limited's Ultimate Edition release.