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PSP #277: Magical Boobs Versus the Limbo Dance 'Cause Anime

Before Marc gets down and dirty with a whole lot of winter 2016 anime, they talk about a handful of random nonsense, including how they no longer care about most sports, except hockey ' Once all that nonsense is out of the way, Marc talks about a good chunk of new anime--including two incredibly beautiful shows, Hai to Gensou no Grimgar and Musaigen no Phantom World--and actually decides to drop a few shows (already), which is new for them. And then, when even Marc starts yawning like all y'all listeners do each and every week, they talk about a few games, none of which are any good, except (maybe) The Witness 'cause they still haven't actually played it (but that won't stop 'em from talking about it).

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Winter 2016 Anime Preview: Hai to Gensou no Grimgar (Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash)

Hai to Gensou no Grimgar is beautiful. From the very first second, I knew, if nothing else, Hai to Gensou no Grimgar was going to be a feast for my eyes and, after watching the first five episodes, the splendid art and animation is, sadly, one of the few things Hai to Gensou no Grimgar has going for it. And, before I lasso my thoughts and put them into this preview, let me tell you right here and now that there will be spoilers, so, keep that in mind and don't act like I didn't warn y'all.

Hai to Gensou no Grimgar is based on a light novel and is yet another story about people waking up in an unknown world with no memory of how they got there--hints that they're in a video game, like Log Horizon or Sword Art Online are present. I may sound like I'm not a fan of this growing trope, but, being a gamer and all, I actually enjoy such stories when they're well done; the problem is, Hai to Gensou no Grimgar has, in the first five episodes, revealed very little and, since it is only a 12-episode season, I expected more story development than barely any at all at this point. In the first five episodes, the party has killed some goblins, eaten some food, bought new clothes, and, oh yeah, the leader just died, and he was one of the more interesting, developed characters. Have there been any answers about what's actually going on? No. Have the characters themselves been asking questions about what's going on? Not really, not as much as they should be. As of right now, there has been little progress and nothing, story-wise, is drawing me in and making me want to watch more.

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When you're Mad Max and just can't even anymore...


Art Drop: "Podcasting Nonsense #273"

I remember posting a little tease of the unfinished piece immediately after recording episode #273, but I don't remember ever posting the finished piece (minus color), so, here it is (or here it is again):

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Mad Max: Where a picture of a girl spitting is a historical relic

Mad Max: Where a picture of a girl spitting is a historical relic.

A photo posted by Marc Kusnierz (@pxsausage) on Feb 5, 2016 at 2:22pm PST

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