A podcast all about Japanese cartoons and comics as discussed by three self-proclaimed experts in the world of anime and manga! Plus anime news / reviews, coverage of classic anime, hentai / yaoi, and much, much more. Updated every week. We hope.
By Anime World Order
Jo Ann and Stacy follow the hit reality TV show Survivor. They share their opinions and feedback on each episode as they air and include audio and text commentary from other Survivor fans. During the off season, they fill the gaps with updates on previous cast members, relevant articles, and reports on Stacy's attempt to get selected to be on Survivor.
On the podcast, Trapped In Film, the disgusting remains of films and television are examined to figure out why they're mind numbingly bad or brutally disappointing. Trapped In Film is not 'spoiler-free' because the films reviewed are already 'spoiled' anyways. For those who've seen them, it's a support group. For those who haven't seen them, a warning.
Jason A. Yeiter and Brian ______ bring you a podcast beyond your low to mid average dreams! Much will be discussed. Personal things, movies and television, news, etc... Nothing is out of bounds except topics with immediate repercussions. New Episodes Released Every Thursday.
By Deluded Parrot
The Original Transformers Internet Radio Show and one of the world's first (if not THE first) podcasts. We've been online since 1999. We discuss topics from around the Transformers world, bring you the news worth talking about, provide insight and commentary. We are the official podcast of TFormers.com.
By Brian Kilby
On This Podcast Contains Spoilers, host Evan Killham and his various guests discuss a single topic or piece of media. Some past topics were time travel, comic-book movies, and fan fiction. Individual works discussed include movies (Inception, Sherlock, Jr.), books (Her Smoke Rose Up Forever), and video games (Deadly Premonition, Flower). TPCS is not a review show, and scores are not assigned. Instead, Evan and his guest try to examine each topic from as many perspectives as possible while still being entertaining.
By Evan Killham