It’s hard to believe we’ve already been at this thing for an entire season, but with the end of the Spring season comes the end of the first season of the Weeabros show. I think every show has a good moment or two, but here are the links to some of my favorite episodes from Season One.
Ep 13: Season Finale – A pretty good all around. We give final thoughts on Megalo Box, then break down the anatomy of a scene I felt was really well done during our joint review of Violet Evergarden. Lastly, it’s the Last-Minute Summer Preview showcasing several of the upcoming summer series.
Ep 9: Horse Girls in Wyoming, and the Best Special Abilities in Anime – We start by looking at CrunchyRoll’s numbers on the most popular new series airing in the spring. The last segment is our countdowns of the best special moves or abilities (including the thoughts of some other bloggers).
Ep 7:Who You Got? – In the final segment, you can summon one anime character to help you save or subjugate/destroy the world. Hear our thoughts, and the thoughts of the MAL community.
Special Feature: Censorship in Anime Games (Ft. Manaban) – This one was recorded shortly after news broke that Valve might be banning games like HuniePop from its Steam gaming platform. I think the general topics discussed are still pretty relevant, though.
Special Feature: Do Anime Workouts Actually Work? (Ft. Real Anime Training) – We discuss the practicality and benefits of at various workout regimens from OPM, My Hero Academia, Hajime no Ippo, Attack on Titan, and more.
Ep 11: Worlds Apart – In the final segment of the show, we discuss which anime worlds we’d want to be a part of, and which ones we wouldn’t.
Special Feature: Cosplay – This one is technically both a Special Feature and the official 3rd episode of the season because it happened before I decided to distinguish the features as separate from the weekly show. I sit down with AngelsHellFireCosplay and KingKamehamayhem to learn a little bit about the culture and craft of cosplay.
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