Animecast: Centaurs in Bikini Bottoms


The hosts of the Animecast meet one last time before the seasonal shift for a fun discussional podcast to cover Anime news and great questions from the community. Centaurs in Bikini Bottoms, Funny Mobile Suit Pilots, Jaijus, Renge the Claymore, Anthropomorphized Desks, and more!

madeinabyssfeatTopics this episode: PV News, P.A. Works Adapts Uma Musume, Fate/Kaleid Movie, NisiOsin’s Novel gets Adapted, Kancolle Home Video, Kino’s Journey Adaptation, Rightstuf new Blu-ray Releases, A Silent Voices BR News, Crunchyroll Bitrate Issues, Typhoon Noruda Film, Eureka Seven Trilogy, A Centaur’s Life Adaptation, My Hero Academia Season News, Gundam Twilight AXIS, Godzilla Anime Film, Madhouse’s I Want To Send Your Voice, Yen Press Licenses, Owarimonogatari new Series, Dogs, Vacationing in Japan, Binge Watching, Anime OP/EDs, Other Languages, 3-Episode Rule, Buying Anime Art, 2016 Anime Worth Buying, Deciding a Top 5 Contender, Dubs Industry, Abridged Anime, Buying a Figure Of A Character You Hate, and much more!

Thanks to Mythbustman, Th3D0ctor, Athrun-chan, JaredScott5, and JewDude for the great questions featured in this episode!

The intro for this episode is the OP for Death Parade called “Flyers” by Bradio. The outro for this episode is the ED for The Asterisk War called “Waiting for the Rain” by Maaya Sakamoto.

We hope you all enjoy!

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Co-Founder of and Co-Host of the OtakuSpirit Animecast. A huge fan of anime since the early 1990s, consuming over 1300 shows. Outside of Otaku Spirit, he has been a judge for the Anime Awards and aided in reviewing titles for some publishers. While he's late to the collecting scene, he's found a lot of joy in filling his DVD/Blu-ray collection as well as collecting figures. Sharing this joy, he posts unboxing and feature videos on anime goods to YouTube.