Hello Adventurers! Well, it’s been a while since we’ve done one of these. In fact, we already have had the expansion come out that we were getting hyped for in our last episode! You know… back in… February of 2021.
Hello and welcome a preview to a whole new era of the OSMcast! We’ve had Patreon going on for a while now, and we appreciate everyone who has pitched in! So now it’s time to kick it up a notch.
It began as an April Fool’s joke. On October 15th however, Culver’s decided to make their joke a reality. That day? October 15th, 2021: National Cheese Curd Day. The joke? The CurderBurger: a Deluxe ButterBurger® topped with a crown of
We are back with an extra packed MTAC Score OSMinterview! This time we have not one, but TWO amazing VAs for your listening enjoyment. Bryce Papenbrook AND Cherami Leigh! Bryce Papenbrook is best known for his portrayals of Kirito in
Our MTAC interviews continue! This time we’re catching back up with the excellent Caitlin Glass, who not only is an actor and voice actor… But is also a Senior Voice Director over at Crunchyroll! Have you watched the excellent Ranking
So last month, MTAC finally got the chance to rise from the depths and appear once again as a majestic … well, convention! Ok look as well all know it’s been a minute since a whole con thing as happened
It’s Christmas in Febua- We mean March! Yes, that’s right. You heard us. Or rather, this is our 2021 AGC Secret Santa episode. Only three months late. For us, this is pretty timely. So, what are we talking about this
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,