Episode 28 of Key Frames, a podcast about anime. Anime is the reason for this new season. Jon's epic list of shows to watch makes a return. The Shaft conversation from the latest Inbetweens mini-episode infects Ben, Duncan, and Jeff. After they get that out of their system, they choose The Tale of Princess Kaguya as the spotlight anime for the next recording!
March Comes in Like a Lion 2 (1:04)
SaeKano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend (11:13)
After the Rain (18:29)
Dagashi Kashi 2 (21:15)
Aggressive Retsuko (25:12)
Yuru Camp △ (34:09)
A Place Further Than the Universe (34:38)
Overlord 2 (42:08)
Ito Junji: Collection (43:45)
Darling in the FranXX (47:04)
Golden Kamuy (1:06:51)
Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online (1:09:01)
Wotakoi: Love Is Hard for Otaku (1:12:42)
Lupin the Third: Part 5 (1:17:08)
Major 2nd (1:25:00)
Children in anime love to make promises
March Comes in Like a Lion faces the problem of bullying unflinchingly
Nisekoi is what happens when formula trumps plot and characters
Compassion and healing in After the Rain
Kokkoku and its world-building are way smarter than they should be
Anime inspires otaku try out camping in real life
The "flesh fang" is the ultimate form of the time-honored snaggletooth
Translating the title for A Place Further Than the Universe
Ito Junji: Collection and adapting horror to a different medium
The long and noble history of sexual allegories in mecha anime
Plant imagery in Darling in the FranXX
Darling in the FranXX is less groundbreaking than it seems
What is an oni?
The director of Golden Kamuy defends its hyper-realistic bear
What is PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds?
Who is Miyuki Sawashiro?
Downscaling the art in Megalobox to make it look "older"
Comparing Megalobox to its inspiration, Ashita no Joe 2
Major 2nd as a successor to the original Major
Who is D'Arby the Gambler from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure?
Isao Takahata, the founder of Studio Ghibli with Hayao Miyazaki, died recently