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PSP #343: Angel Beats! and Grave of the Fireflies

Marc takes out just a little bit of time to talk about a few anime this episode, first reviewing Angel Beats! and its first OVA, "Stairway to Heaven," and then follows that with a little discussion about Grave of the Fireflies and why they think some of the criticism it receives is unwarranted (and why they really like Isao Takahata). Anyway, that's it and that's all, cheers and enjoy the show (and be sure to check out Pixelated Radio later today).

*Tenshi does in fact mean "angel," so that's what all that nonsense was about. I was confused because they didn't use "Tenshi" in the subtitles and translated it to "Angel" instead, which they don't usually do with names, but when you think about it, it makes sense to translate it. In short, I'm stupid and that's all there is to it.

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The Talking Points:

  • Angel Beats (+OVA)
  • Hotaru no Haka (Grave of the Fireflies)
  • And more...

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PSP #343: Angel Beats! and Grave of the Fireflies

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