Otaku Evolution Episode 234 - Patlabor: The New Files (OVA)

Besides talking about the dub in the Mid Year English Dub Review, this will probably be the last time I make a dedicated video to the Patlabor franchise. After all, I've pretty much reviewed all of animated Patlabor at this point. Well, there's supposed to be a new Patlabor show coming out in the near future, but that would be too new to review for Otaku Evolution, so this video on Patlabor: The New Files will kind of be the final word on the subject. Hey, maybe I'll go crazy and review the live-action series! I, uh, wouldn't hold out too much hope for that, though.

Otaku Evolution Episode 233 - Fist of the North Star (Movie)

The 1986 animated movie version of Fist of the North Star is an interesting beast. It's not quite a compilation of the TV series. It's a retelling with entirely new animation. At times softened for violent content animation, but new animation nevertheless. I wanted to review this because I wanted to cover the franchise, but wasn't about to watch the 36 episodes of the TV series that were dubbed. I wanted to show everything that I like and dislike about this franchise and I think I accomplished that.

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Otaku Evolution Episode 232 - Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (Part 2)

This video sees me wrap up my review of the 2009 Studio Bones series, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, based on the manga by Hiromu Arakawa. I take a look at the themes of the show, like the cycle of revenge, redemption, and the value of human life. I also curate moments of the show that I consider highlights. And I also compare the two FMA shows, which everyone already does (I love both). I hope I covered enough topics to inform and entertain.

Otaku Evolution Episode 231 - Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (Part 1)

Another year of Otaku Evolution begins with a look at the 2009 64-episode TV series, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, the longest title I've covered thus far in these videos. It's a series that is near and dear to my heart, so I'm happy to get the chance to talk about it. I'm actually somewhat surprised that it took me this long to get to it. But then again, I've already reviewed most of my favorite anime, and maybe it was a good idea not to review this one too soon. After this, I don't know if there are any favorites left! Black Lagoon, I guess. I'll get to that later.


Otaku Evolution Episode 230 - Year End English Dub Review IX

One final video for 2022, folks! As usual with my last video of the year, I go over the various English dubs of the anime I've covered in roughly the second half of the year. I think the best dub was Solid State Society's and the weakest Babel II - Beyond Infinity's which is amusing, because I covered those anime originally in that order. But even the weakest anime dub of the bunch still had solid talents, just a lack of commitment to the characters. Most of the dubs I covered were at least decent.

Otaku Evolution Episode 229 - (Top 10) Favorite Anime Characters

Listen here, you fucking degenerates. I know what you're doing, indulging in every act of debauchery and overindulgence this holiday season. So maybe you can take the time, while you're not boozing it up with your good time gang or drowning your sorrows in a full store-bought pie, to watch my little (half hour) video about my top 10 favorite anime characters. I can already feel the bile rising in my throat as I picture all the amazing fun you're having NOT contributing to my Patreon or subscribing to my channel and it sickens me to the core. So sit down, shake off that eggnog high, and watch this video, damn it, I worked really hard on it!

Legend of the Galactic Heroes: Die Neue These Episode 46 Review

Episode 46, "Operation: Ragnarök"

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Synopsis: Julian confers with Admiral Bewcock and Schneider on Heinessen before heading off to Phezzan. He gets a chilly reception from the FPA Commisioner, but comes to appreciate the planet's liveliness and prosperity. At a welcoming party, Julian passes along the rumor that Phezzan's government is selling out the Phezzan Corridor to the Empire, which stirs the partygoers. He's confronted by Rupert Kesserling, who issues a thinly veiled threat. Later, Kesserling visits Bishop Degsby of the Terra Church and blackmails him. On Odin, Reinhard announces the name of his operation to punish the FPA and government-in-exile: Ragnarök.

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