Posts tagged: P.A. Works

Animecast: Fall 2018 Anime Season Preview

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It’s time to put up the swimsuits and beach episodes as the summer anime season comes to a close. Join the hosts of the Otaku Spirit Animecast as they take a look forward to the coming Fall 2018 season and give their take on the offering. Read more »

Animecast: Spring 2018 Anime Season Review Part 1

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With the upcoming Summer season, the hosts of the Otaku Spirit Animecast tackle the wrapping up shows of the Spring Season. Laughs, tears, and nostalgia glasses are all on the plate! Read more »

Animecast: Noragami Returns!

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Even though the amount of news is on the lighter end, the impact of each is still giving plenty for the hosts of the Animecast to discuss. Join them as they send out their best wishes to Yuichiro Umehara, and cheer on the recovery of Adachitoka. Read more »

Animecast: Summer 2017 Anime Season Review Part 1

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The Summer 2017 Anime Season is coming to a close and the hosts of the Otaku Spirit Animecast are here to give their thoughts on the early-enders. Creations battling it out, romance both tragic and hilarious, and reviving the boonies! Read more »

Animecast: Centaurs in Bikini Bottoms

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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! Read more »

Animecast: Tari Tari

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The hosts of the Otaku Spirit Animecast have knocked out yet another title in their pile of shame by confronting a sadly missed P.A. Work original. Join as they examine the choral slice-of-life drama of Tari Tari. Read more »

Episode 1 Impressions: Charlotte

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Jun Maeda, Key, and P.A. Works partner up to once again to bring us a show that will most likely steal the season.  A mesh of great talents that brings us X-Men meets Moe with possibly a side of tears. Read more »

Hanasaku Iroha Review

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In my many years of consuming media, it’s very rare when something does something besides entertain or fail at entertaining me.  Such is the case of Hanasaku Iroha (or Colors of Blooming).  The 24 episode anime series by P.A. Works studio, which by some odd means caught my attention.   A show that not only entertained me, but managed to provoke thought about my life.  Before I get too philosophical, let’s talk about the show. Read more »