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Jack handles hosting duties, and Djm has himself a cough drop on the newest APOSS.

Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid has some redeeming qualities, Jack discovers. After consuming quite a bit of alcohol.

David’s love of Tiger Mask W is as legit as the pro wrestling it portrays. The anime fandom and wrestling fandom convergence is further confirmed.

All this, and and a pre-Its-In-Season take on Scum’s Wish!

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Kaz went to see Hidden Figures at the movies. Yes, an actual Oscar bait film. No, it’s not Bizarro World. Low-key arthouse snob Djm is impressed. Neither of the 2NBG were impressed by Kaz overhearing old white people in the theater during the movie.

Plus, we have a guest! YouTube movie buff Sword Song joins Two Nerdy Black Guys to talk about horror, pregnancy, and the horrors of pregnancy.

All this, and an alternative option on what to do about stalkers, courtesy of David Majors.

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Funimation has turned the clock back to the early 2000s to when everyone hated them for their dubbing decisions, thanks to the simuldub of Miss Kobyashi’s Dragon Maid.

Jack has discovered Non Non Biyori, inexplicably getting some buzz. What even is this show?

Also, Crunchyroll is going to the movies!

All this, and just why Sword Art Online is so polarizing, in the wake of the announcement of a 3rd season.

More anime gaming news: Azure Striker Gunvolt? From 3DS to small screen.


Sword Art Online, Season 3 is reportedly on the way. Such a polarizing anime. What’s up with that?

Crunchyroll Presenting “Anime Movie Night”, bring anime to theaters near you.


Scum’s Wish & Chaos;Child seem to be a couple of the most talked about anime this season, and It’s In Season is no different.

What do Shay, Djm and Cody think of the romantic anime that Djm described as “a Bizarro School Rumble”? The relationships emerge, and we give our thoughts.

Later, Chaos;Child. Djm is a big fan of all of the Science Adventure shows, Shay and Cody have knowledge as well. How does Team It’s In Season feel about this incredibly dense mystery and its start?

And so! Here it is!

Kingkaz’s full-on review of the sci-fi flick Arrival! Plus, another recommendation from the other Nerdy Black Guy—-Into The Badlands.

David loves this AMC show and wants everyone to check it out before it’s canceled. So, please do.

Oh, yeah. And David talks about his weekend in Washington DC during Inauguration Day and being on the streets during the ensuing protests.

Welcome back to the Anime Podcast of Some Sort.

Jack & Djm are back from their respective holiday breaks, and right on time, as news breaks!

Amazon has an anime subscription service, except it’s only available for users on Amazon Prime. Ooof.

Jack attended Sac Anime Winter, and gives insight into attending an anime con in January that isn’t freezing cold, and how capitalizing on a meme can make for great cosplay.

All this, and Jack and Djm give their full unfiltered thoughts on the mega-popular Yuri On Ice. David binge-watched it after swearing off anime for the Fall 2016. It was inescapable.

What did they think? This episode of APOSS was born to make history, so tune in.

NOTE FROM DJM: We skipped Fall 2016.  However, we did not miss Yuri On Ice. Hot taeks on boys that skate start off the show.

Welcome to It’s In Season!

It’s an anime podcast. It’s a seasonal anime podcast. You know how so many shows about anime run through about every anime for each season for a few seconds and moves on? Well, not this one! Wee debate and discuss a number of shows, and wittle it down to two that we’ll watch and follow through the entire season.

Join Djm, Cody, and Shay as we deliberate each of our three picks. Which two anime will we talk about this season?

Because occasionally, Delta Juliet Mike Media does like to do things traditional style, here is the Two Nerdy Black Guys 2016 lookback episode!

Djm & Kaz look back at the year that was, including their favorite things, their activities, and their lives over this most-discussed year of years.

We’re not exactly sure how much content Kaz actually assumed, and Djm isn’t sure how he’s still alive, but they managed to amass enough favorites for talk about TV, video games, and movies. And a revelation from kaz that may shock some of you.

See? Traditional show notes, complete with a tease. Best to all of you in 2017, and thank you for listening.

-2NBG

This episode, Kaz & Djm speak about their respective lives as broke millennials, and why it’s necessary for someone to keep their dayjob longer than the others who are going after their dreams.

Plus, David has plenty of inspiriation and material. It’s just a matter of finding the time. Things are being adjusted.

Later, David attempts to convince Kaz to use technology for its purpose in this day and age—finding trendy local places to eat.

Greetings, salutations, hello everyone and welcome to the Anime Podcast of Some Sort.

Your hosts David ‘D.j.m.’ Majors & Count Jack Noire. You’re probably listening to this and you’re going to hear something you’re probably not used to hearing—yes.

This will be a snark-free anime podcast. Full of positivity, optimism, and occasional jokes about Hayao Miyazaki. Miyazaki is back, begrudgingly making one final film and using CG.

Also, Djm is a big fan of Ghost in the Shell. He’s seen the teasers and trailer—and he doesn’t hate it. Jack helps Deej through these strange feelings.

Later, Jack gives us an update on Skullgirls, a game that he enjoys, other people enjoy, and we both think you should check out.

All this, and a bunch of arrests, and shows involving arrests, cops and robbers.

Japanese Police Arrested 51-year-old Man for Uploading Anime Music illegally for 10 Years

Like most fictional cops, Miyazaki is always one film away from retirement

News for the council of twelve: some interesting goodies for Skullgirls players (And Jack admits he likey)