In Part One of our OSM of Evangelion Podcast Series: We are talking about the Neon Genesis Evangelion TV series, along with The End of Evangelion movie. Written, directed, and lived by Hideaki Anno and animated by studio Gainax (along with assistance by studio Tatsunoko for the TV series, and Production I.G for the End of Evangelion movie).
It’s a hard boiled life in the streets of Tokyo. Especially when you are just a walrus taxi driver just trying to get through the day! This is the episode where we’re talking about Spring 2021’s surprise anime hit, ODDTAXI.
So it’s 2021 and supposedly things are returning to some semblance of, what some may call, normal. However, as it turns out, normal is still a ways away. And of course, we know that because of video games! For example,
Ever wonder what’s next in life? Perhaps even in the next life? Sure, reincarnation is a possibly, but have you ever considered reincarnating into a JRPG? Chances are you have as the genre of isekai is now an anime ever-presence,
Plans are made. Then life happens! Plans are dashed. New plans are made. And while all that is happening, a whole lot of news happened! So we decided to talk about those things. Think of them like the friends we
Oh, would you look at the time! As it so happens, almost a year ago we did a podcast on an anime movie from Science Saru, directed by Masaaki Yuasa, about folks and the ocean. So what better time to
At last! Our final and most verbose episode of the 2020 OSMawards arrives at our final destination: Video Games! Sure, some of the things we talk about have been covered in previous OSMcasts. But that’s what’s gonna happen when some
The OSMawards for 2020 continue! Movin’ right along, in this episode we cover our faves in anime and TV from last year. Oh, and Gundam Wing. Look, it makes more sense when you get to it. So please get right
As so many places and podcasts do, we are kicking off 2021 with a look back at some of the things enjoyed in last year of 2020. And in many ways, some of the things that got us through the
In March of 2020, something terrible happened. That is pretty well covered. We don’t really have to get into that. But something truly special and wonderful also happened. Nintendo released the latest Animal Crossing game, subtitled New Horizons for the