Tonight on GeekNights, we consider anime and comics that only Rym, or only Scott, has seen. In order (surprisingly), we thus present Wolverine, Iron Man, X-Men, Galaxy Railways, Birdy the Mighty: Decode, Votoms, Scrapped Princess, Patlabor,
Odoru Daisosasen/Bayside Shakedown (which we've actually both seen), The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Irresponsible Captain Tylor, 7 Billion Needles, Urusei Yatsura (manga), Ranma 1/2, and Rose of Versailles.
But before all of that, Spiderman is dead, AKB48's newest member is fake, and Makoto Shinkai's studio is looking cloud and power line interns.
Tonight on GeekNights, rather than the old thing of how to get into it, we talk about the new thing: how we got into it. Specifically, the origins of our anime, manga, comic, and convention geekeries. But first, Wakfu is a thing, and the Black Jack OAV is getting a final, eleventh volume.
Tonight on GeekNights we review the manga Pokemon Adventures. We do a GeekByte of Marvel 1985, and discuss the combination of the New York Anime Festival and the New York Comic-Con. Also, we are doing two panels at the NYAF two weeks from now.
- Pokemon Adventures Volume 1
- Pokemon Adventures Volume 2
- Pokemon Adventures Volume 3
- Pokemon Adventures Volume 4
- Pokemon Adventures Volume 5
- Pokemon Adventures Volume 6
Tonight on GeekNights we review Naoki Urasawa's Monster. In the news, DC announces Wednesday comics, Central Park Media is bust, and anime is also bust in Japan. Also, we're going to be doing things at Anime Boston.
Tonight on GeekNights, we discuss a bundle of anime, manga, and comics, including All Hail Megatron, 20th Century Boys, K-On, and some more. In the news, there is a strange confluence of nouns regarding the possibly coming Ninja Scroll movie, and Scott GeekBites A Drifting Life.
Tonight on GeekNights we make our contribution to politics in comics month with an episode about political manga. We mostly discuss First President of Japan, Sanctuary, and Eagle. In the news, we are probably finally going to rock Anime Boston '09, and Studio Ghibli's DS game is off the hook.