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This week involves a lot of time travel, and that's in a production sense, not a plot sense. Also, we're still in the initial "oh man this is new, this is neat!" phase so let's see how long that sticks with Blade.
This week, a new series! Learn French! Find out who released the bees! Ask yourself "Wait, are we getting into this right out the gate? Somehow?"
This week, the Spring of Morbius kicks into high gear as a certain vampire debuts in comics and also Spider-Man is here.
This week we ain't got time for that so we're in and out in a new record pace. Maybe we need to double-up on these.
This week, we meet the Emissary from Hell, Spider-Man, and embark on a journey into one of the most foundational works of tokusatsu. Also: tangents!
The biggest smash of the Showa era (and possibly the biggest Godzilla film, period) is the subject of Scale #2, and Sibyl/Chris get just as contentious as before in covering this classic instead of the film you probably expected when you saw this title.
This week is incredibly lesbian because Fiona is back to talk about how one of her favorite anime, Symphogear, is insanely Rider-inspired. And also it might literally not know straight people or men exist. Special Guest: Fiona.
What was intended to be a shorter episode with hosts busy or ill turned into the birthing of an entire new sub-series because Fletcher and Chris a) own a lot of these films and b) love talking about them. Show Notes: Pink Lady and Jeff ( was a real production and you can't unlearn that. Read about this absolutely insane story. I sliced it out of the episode because it was too tangential even for this, but there was a whole discussion of VHS-based classic rental stores and a famous San Diego establishment that died twice, Kensington Video ( RIP to a real one. In case my Animorphs joke went over your head because it wasn't an Animorphs joke, have an explanation (
This week, Sibyl and Garrett just chat for a while about some tokusatsu materials, some toku-adjacent materials, and then, because nobody left an adult in charge, it eventually turns into Hyperdimension Neptunia chat. Do we think that the HDN series counts as toku-adjacent enough to be a backup series? Find out! Show Notes No, Sisters vs Sisters ( isn't anything cursed. It's the new Neptunia game. If you're interested in Sibyl and two other jokers discussing anime, the podcast covering Naoki Urasawa's Monster can be found behind this link ( Seriously, Stonebot Comics ( feels like a temporary website on someone's computer in a made for TV movie, but somehow they have multiple Kamen Rider licenses in the west? What the hell?
This week, Sibyl discusses how everything's coming up in the Land of Light, and what Toei's fucking up in the west. Sorry this one's so short, there was a much longer idea here that I wanted to investigate further rather than crap out.
How is an episode with all the regular hosts the one where it derails into hentai discussion? Also Gatchaman Crowds is over and everyone has mixed feelings on the climax. Show Notes The new Fist of the North Star releases ( are absolutely stellar. Apparently half of my manga by volume these days are big hardcover omnibi from Viz. Thanks, Viz. There is some incredible Gatchaman Crowds hentai ( out there, as the boys get into. My recommendation is the Rui dommed by "Mistress" X set. Avoid the Spanish crossover one with a chapter of Goku gangbanging angels. So sayeth Sibyl.
This week, Editor Sibyl reminisces on a variety of intentional and unintentional parodies and mocking tributes in tokusatsu. Not a comprehensive list! Show Notes The playlist of 4kids Ultraman Tiga ( Since it's mentioned in passing: hey remember that time ADV declared bankruptcy, created a shell company named for the Texas law it was about to abuse (, and then sold the rights to their stuff to that organization?
A brief foray into the pentultimate episode with twin hosts. The darkness before the dawn? Who knows, I can't say since two hosts don't know how this goes down yet.
This week: everyone showed restraint, by which we mean the editor carved out about ten minutes of tangents to keep things on topic, then stopped herself from injecting even more in response. Also - teamwork!
This week: how the fuck did we get here in what was supposedly just a happy, breezy episode of anime discussion? This one gets dark, y'all. Show Notes You should be watching Kenny Lauderdale (
This week: oh no we wanted Rui knocked down a peg but not like thiiiiiiiiiiis
On the very first Decacast After Dark, Garrett and Sibyl discuss Bandai's surreal new J-Drama "Girl Gun Lady" and how despite the show being hot trash, neither party can stop watching. If you're in the US, episodes are being subbed by Bandai themselves right here ( Update: even under the Decacast After Dark banner we're probably not touching Ultimate Girls after Sibyl watched further, not as anything other than a one-shot.
The monkey's paw curls: Garrett gets his Gatchaman combat sequence that he's been craving for months, in a way he never saw coming.
Sadly, our two-host podcast cannot get to the bottom of if the new King Kong film is any good, but with the help of an editor, it CAN learn something about scissors.
Garrett and Fletch chat about the absolutely insane amount of Rider and tokusatsu announcements that came out over the weekend. There are even more than the ones mentioned within, a few of them global. Links to follow.
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