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Ao no Exorcist

  “Satan has been the best friend the Church has ever had, as He has kept it in business all these years!” – Anton LaVey One of the constants of many religions is the idea that sin and evil stem from a higher power. In

Meandering Mic: Gavin Dunne – The Miracle of Sound

[The Geek Show Interviews: Gavin Dunne] During our episode [The Price of Fun] you will have noticed an interesting and insightful interview with the very charming Gavin Dunne – a.k.a. The Miracle of Sound from the Escapist, Youtube and Bandcamp. He writes, plays, sings and

The Roundup (S03E17)

This week we’ve got slightly extended coverage of the impending Robot Revolution (All Hail Our Robot Overlords), and a couple of bits that really made us stop and think. What we were thinking was “How bonkers are you?” Read on to find out more.  

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Kamisama no Memochou

[singlepic id=582 w=320 h=240 float=left] [singlepic id=583 w=320 h=240 float=center]   One of the most annoying things about the anime industry is the seemingly ingrained belief that bandwagons, when jumped upon, have the mystical ability to carry studios into money. It’s a sad fact that

Kamisama no Memochou

One of the most annoying things about the anime industry is the seemingly ingrained belief that bandwagons, when jumped upon, have the mystical ability to carry studios into money. It’s a sad fact that every season will undoubtedly see the release of one or more

The Roundup (S03E15)

Apologies for the delay with the news from our October 2011 MCM Expo Special. We’ve all been a little busy, but normal service has been resumed. Enough of the preamble. Let’s crack on with the news …   Fake astronauts return to Earth After spending

The Roundup (S03E14)

Lots of things happened in the week before Halloween, but most of the regular news was dominated by the continuing financial crisis and the Greek debt. Worry not! You can always rely on The Geek Show to trawl the interwebs and bring you some of

Yumekui Merry

They say that variety is the spice of life, but if that’s true, then why is there such a lack of it in anime and manga? Part of the problem stems from the fact that there seems to be a certain number of themes that

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Yumekui Merry

[singlepic id=580 w=320 h=240 float=left] [singlepic id=581 w=320 h=240 float=center]  They say that variety is the spice of life, but if that’s true, then why is there such a lack of it in anime and manga? Part of the problem stems from the fact that

Gosick

Detective stories never go out of fashion, but finding a way to make them interesting is another matter entirely. Some leave things open to interpretation, whilst others rely on convoluted mysteries that are more difficult to follow than a city street map. There are also