Tag Archives: Cartoons

Keyframe 76 – Strategically Placed Cherry Bakewells

The Academy has decided to change the voting rules for best animated feature, but what does that mean for anime? Also, Harlock may be getting a live-action movie (it was a slow news week). Our featured anime are Chobits and Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun. Tune in

Keyframe 75 – Postman Smurf and Gargamel’s Cat

This week we’ve got Invader Zim, Amazon Smurfs, Re:Zero – Starting Life in Another World – lap napping VR apps, strange plush pouches and Anthropomorphic temples. Our featured anime are Rock Lee & his Ninja Pals, Realm of the Damned: Tenebris Deos and Tiger &

Keyframe 74 – Only Crazy People Use 3 Exclamation Marks

With Turner and Warner Bros. teaming up for a new Boomerang streaming service for classic cartoons, Roadrunner and Tweety Pie marathons are on the cards. Our featured anime are DRAMAtical Murder and Busou Shinki: Armored War Goddess. Tune in to The Geek Show Podcast Network

Keyframe 73 – Strawhat Franky, King of Dad Jokes

Aside from the return of Duck Tales, Devilman and Hayao Miyazaki, it’s the 100th anniversary of Japanese animation. Hooray! Our featured anime and live-action movie are Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam, The Guyver (a.k.a. Mutronics), and One Piece volume 15. Tune in to The Geek Show

Keyframe 72 – For All Your Death Stationary Needs

This week we’ve got export restrictions, dragon dentists, same faces, strange mousemats and all sorts of other paraphernalia that make animation such an odd place to visit. Our featured anime are Berserk (1997), and Death Note. Tune in to The Geek Show Podcast Network for

Keyframe 71 – The Proletariat Elbow

It’s a shorter show than normal this week, partly because it’s awards season. Normal service will resume shortly (I’ve always wanted to say that). Our featured anime is One Piece: Gold. Tune in to The Geek Show Podcast Network for all the latest news, discussions

Keyframe 70 – Kirito’s Computer Haka

This week we’ve got Antarctic Doraemon, Gintama Valentine’s statues, and an odd choice for a cybersecurity officer. Our featured anime are Metropolis and Psycho Pass part 1. Tune in to The Geek Show Podcast Network for all the latest news, discussions and reviews, and follow

Keyframe 69 – Senpai Wants To Be Noticed Too

Aside from another bunch of trailers we complain about public polls to find the “best” anime. Our featured anime are Punch Line and Transformers: The Movie (the original, not the Michael Bay one – and before you ask, yes, it is an anime). Tune in

Steven Universe: The Good, the Bad and the Gay

Steven Universe is a fantastic show that I’ve already written a very positive article about. However, as I was writing it I realised that I had so much more to say about one of my favourite features of this brilliant little cartoon. I’m gonna discuss

Keyframe 68 – Will Smith’s Fishatar

Things take a turn for the strange with a mess of trailers and some anthropomorphic technology jargon. Our featured anime are When Supernatural Battles Become Commonplace (Inou-Battle wa Nichijou-kei no Naka de), and Mirai Nikki (The Future Diary), part 2 Tune in to The Geek