Don’t lose your- Man does that joke get old? So far… no!

No time for filler introductions, this OSMcast is about studio Trigger’s first time to really shine and put on its Sunday Best for their latest show: Kill la Kill. It reunites director Hiroyuki Imaishi and writer Kazuki Nakashima of Gurren Lagann fame, and we talk all about it.

We also talk about the merits of owning a Nintendo 3DS versus a PlayStation Vita, star kiddies, dwarf planets, braving and defaulting some more, shadows, gears, solids, and more!

BUT THEN A WHOLE LOT of kills, las, and some more kills.


Watch it! There are a whole bunch of ways.

Also, we’ll be heading to MTAC this weekend! Much like Kami-con, no panels… Until Basil shows up at some anyway. Hopefully we’ll see Dylan’s latest game! He has at least 2-3 days to make it! If you see him, make sure to ask about it.

Have some Time Cues:

  • We start the OSMcast!ing – 00:00
  • General Gabbing – 00:48
  • 3DS la Vita – 2:24
    • Conception 2 – 09:48
    • Discovery of a dwarf planet past Pluto?! – 11:59
    • Bravely Default, yet again – 14:17
    • Hyperbole and a Half: Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem, and Other Things That Happened – 15:24
    • This waiter at Chili’s Grill & Bar he was really great guys – 16:22
    • inFAMOUS Second Son – 18:19
    • Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes – 20:38
  • And now, a question about Loveless? – 26:20
    • We start the Kill la Killing – 28:25
    • The Kill la Kill Soundtrack – 65:35
      • goriLLA jaL – 68:01
      • InuKa3L – 70:31
    • Spoilers for Kill la Kill – 77:15
    • Questions from Listeners Like You about Kill la Kill – 102:17
    • OSMs Out of OSM – 127:33
OSMcast! Kill la Kill 4-14-2014
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One thought on “OSMcast! Kill la Kill 4-14-2014

  • April 15, 2014 at 12:24 AM

    Great episode, as usual. Had to stop right around the Kill la Kill spoiler, as I’ve only made it to 17 so far, but I pretty well echo your sentiments completely. Kill la Kill is just fun to watch, and I can’t say that about too many anime these days.

    In regards to Metal Gear: I haven’t played any since the first Solid on the PS1, which I have very fond memories of. I recall it being somewhat subdued with the silly, and more like what one would expect from a 90s war OVA, which is what made it so engaging to me. Since then, it seems that, from what I’ve seen at least, the series has become increasingly surrealist and harder to take even a little seriously.

    When I saw the trailer for MGS5, it really carried a “no bullshit”, “war is not fun” vibe to it that resonated with the middle aged me of today. As such, it’s the first MGS since roughly 99 or so that I plan to pick up. Just my two cents there, for whatever little that’s worth.

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