Posted on 7 June 2013 with categories: Random Posts

So yeah, I participated in an anime podcast for the first time, by initiative of Deadlights, alongside Scamp and Juno. You can find it over here:

http://deadlightanime.blogspot.nl/2013/06/seasonal-anime-podcast-episode-1-summer.html

Go give it a listen if you’re interested.

25 Responses

  1. Energizer says:

    Pretty good. Have you ever thought about doing a Podcast on your own for anime? I think that would be cool, to have a weekly podcast going over reviews for the shows you like and just discussing them.

  2. Nice Boat! says:

    I would love to a podcast, even to get a few words on shows you might not be writing about but are still watching and what you think of them

  3. Airies says:

    maybe only podcast for the weekly kaleidoscope?

  4. psgels says:

    Well, I have been thinking a bit. But what would you say if I did small podcasts about series that I watched in the past? Something like a podcast about random recommendations?

  5. Juno says:

    lol Do you even have TIME for making podcasts? XD
    I mean, at least we’ve got the seasonal one we can do every 2 months or so to preview and sum up anime upcoming/current anime.

    That said, short ones based on old series you get into would be great. You could do them whenever you had time and it’d be slightly different than what we usually get on youtube, with everyone trying to compete with reviews for new shows…

  6. HUEHUEHUE says:

    Ooops this user is out of bandwidth….

  7. D says:

    Out of bandwidth :(

  8. Emma-hime says:

    Actually replacing written summaries and previews could take away some of the hassle.

  9. Arno says:

    As starry says you shouldn’t get overwhelmed. Unless you have a strategy for your future.

    I like the idea of a podcast for old school shows. Some of them are real diamonds that deserve rediscovering.

  10. Deadlights says:

    Alright, I’ve fixed the MP3 link. It should be working now

  11. Bill says:

    People actually like the second season of Darker than Black? I don’t get it. It sucked ass imo

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  • Emma
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 08:40 AM)
    A more conventional dream would be ones where I am running away from something or climbing up some tall/large structure. I’ve had a few where I was stuck/trapped and I had to listen to some kind of sermon/speech also.
  • Emma
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 08:38 AM)
    The maternal figure observation is interesting as I did have another nightmare once about this scaled woman with a flesh ring around her, she was holding a baby and as she got closer I began to grow younger and when I got tossed onto a bed that was when I woke up.
  • Bam
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 08:28 AM)
    *clothes
  • Bam
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 08:26 AM)
    The funeral close is either a symbol of fear of death and mortality, or just a result of the use of similar imagery within the media.
  • Bam
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 08:25 AM)
    Keep in mind that I am no such observant person, so take all of that with a grain of salt :-)
  • Bam
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 08:24 AM)
    @Emma: wow, an observant person would be anal to deduce much from that. The tall figure Taos into our core fear of dominating and intimidating obstacles. A blank face signifies the fear of unknown or things yet to come. The maternal connection might be either a representation of fear o motherly duties/life or a rift felt over th lack of perceived acceptance by one’s mother.
  • Emma
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 08:22 AM)
    @Bam: It would always try and get me alone too, isolate me or approach me when I was alone and it never spoke.
  • Emma
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 08:20 AM)
    @Bam: Very tall, probably mid 30s. Completely dressed in black covering whole body, including gloves covering the arms/hands. Faces included, blank black space, my mother’s face, a devil face and a pale woman.
  • Bam
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 08:16 AM)
    *does
  • Emma
    (Tuesday, Sep 2. 2014 08:16 AM)
    The prophetic stuff seems like a human nature thing, that instinct where we know something bad might of/has happened before we’re told.

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