Tag Archives: Mystery

Agatha Christie: Nice Mysteries, Shame About the Prejudice

Agatha Christie has a certain reputation. If you’ve never read her books, you might associate her with twee, cozy, country mysteries featuring genteel and civilised murderers who delicately despatch their victims, perhaps a body in a library, the kind of coffee-table read favoured by older

Keyframe 100 – Magic Mushroom Milk

So we finally hit the big one hundred mark, and it’s been … emotional. Okay, so in actuality we forgot our birthday (blame it on old age), but we do have some interesting things to talk about this week. We start with the 45th Annie

4-Panel 120 – Meaty Slabs of Beef

Mick has gone to more exotic climes so Rob takes the third seat alongside Andrew and Producer Rob for another comics and manga podcast extravaganza. In other news, Marvel are thinking of doing their own story-based podcast, we get our first look at the live-action

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 Geek Show - A Conversation About Danganronpa V3 - Killing Harmony

A Conversation About Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony

Rob and Mark are in session with the latest addition to the surreal and psychotic visual novel franchise that made Monokuma a star and popularised the school-based killing game sub-genre in anime, manga and video games. So can Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony stand up to

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

Keyframe 79 – Springwatch for Voice Actors

This week we ditch the boring old news and trailers and try to have an actual conversation about animation. It’s such a shocking thing for a podcast about animation to do, but we stick with us as we try not to put our feet firmly