Otaku Evolution

Otaku Evolution Episode 40 - Fullmetal Alchemist: Conqueror of Shamballa

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It's my 40th episode and first year anniversary of Otaku Evolution! Ah, I remember when I first started barely audibly reviewing anime with the one or two sprite poses I used a year ago, with my four-part FMA review. So it was appropriate, then, that this episode was for the movie follow-up, wherein Edward Elric fights a snake dragon, meets Fritz Lang, and basically starts his own little war with the help of his brother. So enjoy this beautiful, flawed, beautifully flawed and entertaining movie, Conqueror of Shamballa.

 

- Penguin Truth

(2015)

Otaku Evolution Episode 39 - Wild 7

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Posted this on my new YouTube account. The old one is going to be deleted. The new one will mostly just be episodes I know will be monetized. Anyway, enjoy this super violent schlock title review! I mean the anime is violent, not the review itself. I am violently talented, though.

 

Also, support my Patreon!

 

- Penguin Truth

(2015)

Otaku Evolution Episode 38 - Steam Detectives

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Another in what I've colorfully dubbed the "Rivet Robot" titles, Steam Detectives is an anime that's almost Tetsujin 28, almost Big O, and almost great.

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- Penguin Truth
(2015)

Otaku Evolution Episode 37 - Tenchi Muyo! OVA 1 (SERIOUSLY, THIS TIME)

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Otaku Evolution 37 - Tenchi Muyo! OVA 1 by ellbell01

 

What do you get when you take a bland(ish) teen boy, an emotional wreck space pirate, a haughty princess, a precious little sweetheart (who may laugh at your impending doom), a ditzy officer, the Greatest Scientific Genius in the universe, a badass old man, a pervert dad, a cat-rabbit that transforms into a spaceship, and a bunch of magic computer trees?

 

Wait for me to catch my breath, here.

 

Otaku Evolution Episode 36 - The Vision of Escaflowne

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IMMEDIATELY flagged for copyright violations! Thanks, Bandai, you greedy fuckers. Maybe one day Japan will have Fair Use laws, but I wouldn't count on it, because entertainment execs there are even greedier than human tumors we have over here. The Fair Use law over here means exactly shit these days as it is. But the video is still up, so watch it.

 

Tarot card-reading high school girl Hitomi Kanzaki finds herself in a strange world of beast men, dragons, magic, swordsmen, and miracle machines that run on bullshit in this anime classic. Join me as I briefly examine The Vision of Escaflowne, a show touched by many a great number of talents.

 

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