Category Archives: Podcasts

4-Panel 116 – Arm The Sneeze Torpedoes

It’s time for more comic-book and manga fun, and big things seem to be happening for DC this week with the announcement that the road may be ending for the DCEU and the arrival of Brian Michael Bendis – who finally leaves arch-rivals Marvel after

Keyframe 96 – Satoshi Kon’s Anime Sausage

The times, they are a-changing … 45 years after their original team-up, Batman once again joins forces with Scooby Doo and the rest of the Mystery Gang. Meanwhile, Sony complete their purchase of Funimation (a lot faster than we expected), and Anime Ltd. move into

The Geek Show - S15E06 - Anthony Hopkins' Yoghurt Enema

S15E06 – Anthony Hopkins’ Yoghurt Enema

Rob and Andrew take some time out from their other shows for another blast from patriarch of our podcast family – The Geek Show. Aside from the news that Warner Bros. and Amazon may collaborate on a TV project that nobody is ready for (or

Cinema Eclectica 136 – Seriously, Don’t Go into the Basement

We’ve gathered the suspects (Ryan, Rob and Graham), in one room and it’s now time to review “Murder on the Orient Express”. Before that though, Ryan tackles the tangled web of intrigue that is Warner Home Archive’s triple-format release of “New Jack City”, Rob watches

Keyframe 95 – Now With Added Mathservice

It’s a strange thing when a show about animation doesn’t actually feature any actual cartoons or anime, but we do have some related and very interesting things instead. First up is Andrew Osmond’s Ghost in the Shell – a book that covers the production, influences

4-Panel 115 – Black Bolt’s Bad Burrito

More comics and manga can only mean it’s time for another episode of 4-Panel. This week we have the unexpected return of Inhumans-watch! It’s almost as if we’re flogging a dead horse, but who could possibly do that to the Inhumans? Who? (Yeah, sarcasm is

The Geel Show - S15E05 - Ewoks at the Earth’s Core

S15E05 – Ewoks at the Earth’s Core

Halloween is in the air, but instead spooky ghosts we find a veritable rainbow of apocalypses. Apocalypses as far as the eye can see, from zombie to biblical – you name it we rush on past it like a speeding bullet (but we forgot about

Cinema Eclectica 135 – A Tale of Two Hammers

A chill fog rises in the air, an unearthly howl is heard across the moors, and Rob’s wi-fi packs up. Yes, it’s our Halloween special, and after a brief stopover in Hammer territory with Indicator’s reissue of “Maniac” (also known as “The Maniac”), we remember

Keyframe 94 – Farmer Goku’s Fight Club

This week we forego any preamble and dive straight in to our featured anime. With Girls und Panzer: Der Film, Mark proves that his addiction to anime beginning with the letter G looks set to continue. Meanwhile, Tucky gets suuuuuuuuuperrrr! with Dragon Ball Super season