The Movers Podcast Episode 44 – Usagi Drop

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The Movers Podcast Episode 44 – Usagi Drop – February 5th 2017

Usagi Drop

Kelly (Gemini530) is joined by Morgan (Airspeed Prime) and Greg (Greg2b) to discuss her next show pick, the anime, Usagi Drop. We discuss the first 2 episodes in detail.

Note/ We forgot to add in the episode that there are also 4 bonus episodes of Usagi Drop in addition to the 11 main episodes. These take place between certain main episodes.

Next week we return to Avatar podcasts and review K203 Civil Wars Part 1.

In 2 weeks we will review Samurai Champloo for The Movers Podcast.

Podcast is 1 hour and 14 minutes long

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Podcast is just over 74 minutes long

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Comments - 3 Posts

  1. Steve Said: Comment by Steve on February 5, 2017 at 3:10 pm | Permalink

    You guys know how the series end? Anyone read the manga, there is a time skip and wow the series in a whole different direction. If you knew how the series ends, you might not look at the series the same way again.


    Airspeed Prime Reply:

    At the end Kelly made it very clear to us, there is no manga, only the anime. If you do find a manga, ignore it. Very strict instructions with this series, lol


  2. Rocket Axxonu Said: Comment by Rocket Axxonu on February 14, 2017 at 6:16 pm | Permalink

    This looks like an interesting one, it is nice to see animes that fall outside the usual genres we’re used to seeing. (There are so many animes in other genres in Japan that don’t make it over to the US, or other countries.) Haha, no manga, I’ll keep that in mind. (Okay, I admit, I was curious enough I had to look up a summary of the manga online…yeah, definitely glad for the warning. xD! I know what you mean, I’ve definitely seen endings to series or books that have made me feel like, ‘Really? Was that necessary?!’)

    Was definitely one hundred percent freaking out when Morgan talked about a new Yugioh movie there at the beginning. (I’ve not been on the lookout anything Yugioh related, especially not old-Yugioh, so I had no idea. I went and watched the movie trailer, and when I saw how amazing the animation was [and the fact that Bakura’s in it] I think I almost started crying. Bonds Beyond Time was fun, and it was good to get something new Yugioh, but I felt like the idea of the story sounded cooler than the actual execution. The playout of the plot felt a bit lacking to me at the time I saw it. Although, maybe if I watched it again on our television rather than on our smaller computer screen in lower resolution, I might feel a bit differently.)

    (Lol, I think there was a listener question a while back where someone asked if you’d ever consider taking listener requests for shows [I assume, shows at least one of you had already seen], and Yugioh and all its later series (most of which I haven’t seen) was the first thing that came to my mind. I wondered at the time if you’d ever end up doing any of those. But admittedly, I think it seems like you have enough lined up without outside requests. xD)

    Oh, before I forget, I think at least one of you mentioned the new pokemon game on one of the last movers podcasts. (Did someone say they filled up their entire pokedex…?! What is there now, like, 700?? Wow, seriously. That is impressive.) I was surprised this game seemed to have a lot more of an interesting plot than the previous games (I didn’t really expect there to be, so I was mostly watching television while I was playing and not really paying attention, so there were moments where I’d be like, ‘Wait, that character is related to that character? Were we supposed to know that? Wait, that character is the bad guy?!). I could see where some gamers might not like having so many movie cuts this game, but I kind of liked it, and I liked some of the other different things they did, like the Pokepelago, so your pokemon don’t have to just sit bored in your box all the time (most amazingly, you can plant berries and instead of having to water them, your pokemon will take care of them for you, and all you have to do is pick them. When I think of all the hours I spent on going around watering every few hours, I’m like, they should have done this four games ago), and what they did with the HM move situation—so much more convenient.

    Anyway, I thought Pokemon Sun and Moon might be particularly awesome to Avatar fans, since the movements the trainer has to do in order for pokemon to use their Z-moves are so reminiscent of bending. (And of course, like X and Y, you can customize your character, within limitations. Not sure about getting the other characters, but since I got the Moon version, I decided to try to get the character to look like Katara, and I was shocked how much she actually did look like her. If she was a bit less smiley and there was an option for hair loopies, you could go ahead and call it an Avatar game.)



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