Tag Archives: ecchi

Keyframe 88 – Popeye Vs. Hulk Hogan

From the artisan breads of Yakitate!! Japan to the spicy dishes of Addicted to Curry, this week we sate our hunger with some mouthwatering anime (and a few manga), about food. Our featured cartoons and anime are Popeye The Sailor Man collection 1 and Food

Keyframe 86 – A Harem of Wolverines

One Piece is apparently getting a live-action adaptation, and we’re very curious about how this is going to be accomplished. In addition to that we continue our first look at the Summer 2017 season of anime with Welcome to the Ballroom, Gamers!, Made In Abyss,

Keyframe 84 – Give ‘Em The Laaaaazy Eye

With Bleach getting a live-action movie, we take a look at the current trend of anime to live-action adaptations. We also discuss the potential bankruptcy of long-running anime studio Artland. Our featured anime are 11 Eyes (Tsumi to Batsu to Aganai no Shoujo), and School

4-Panel 99 – Choc Ice with Gravy

It’s our first trans-continental episode this week as Mick gets magically transported to Dubai. We also have news future Spider-man movies (that isn’t actually news), and some very strange DC crossovers. Our featured comics and manga are Valerian: Ambassador of Shadows, Swordless by Nikki Kidura,

Keyframe 82 – Paramilitary Teddy Bears

It’s our post-Sunnycon so we get straight down to business as we have plenty to talk about. Our featured anime are Maid Sama! (Kaichou wa Maid-sama!), which leads to a discussion about shoujo anime, The Seven Deadly Sins (Nanatsu no Taizai), and Amagi Brilliant Park.

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 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

4-Panel 77 – Going Kamandi

Comics have become over-saturated with, well, comics. While we try to work out that statement, Rob Liefeld’s Extreme Universe comics may also be heading to the big screen. Our featured comics and manga are Fairy Tail: Twin Dragons of Sabertooth (Fairy Tail Gaiden), Low, Occupy