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Welcome to APOSS!
This episode, Jack & Djm are joined by Josh Dunham, host of Senpai Coast to Coast and founder of the Wave Motion Cannon blog. He says he takes anime waaaay too seriously, but he knows what he’s talking about, so Djm can have someone else other than Jack to lean on this episode!
After running through the news (including one upcoming premiere that David is particularly excited for), Jack, Josh and David discuss the streaming of Satoshi Kon’s Millenium Actress and his ongoing influence as a director.
Jack gives us an update on the next Ace Attorney game and his ever-evolving thoughts on the anime.
Later in the show, Josh finally explains what he doesn’t like about one of this current anime season’s more popular shows, Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress.
All this and a little Japaneezy-Weezy.
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Senpai Coast to Coast

Welcome to the final episode of Two Nerdy Black Guys. Maybe. But probably not.
This week, Kaz & Djm talk about a little bit of what’s starting with E3 2016. Is it too early for the hype train to start revving its engines? And what the hell is Nintendo doing now? Also, VR is the new thing. The 2NBG discuss whether it’s the NEXT thing, or if it’s the next iteration of the 3D TV. Djm has one point that hasn’t been addressed, because it’s a point the tech pundits and enthusiasts always forget. Not the Deej!
All this, and the news that Djm saw from Maximilian that Pokken Tournament is selling better than the mighty Street Fighter 5. Capcom just can’t seem to get anything right.
Plus, Doom. Just how good is it, really?
Yes. Pokken is outselling Street Fighter 5.

This week, we have a spot starter, a veteran in the anime podcasting space, Marc Huber, formerly of the Mega Anime Ultra Show.
He’s been watching both shows right along with It’s In Season, so we invited him to fill in for Richard Waters.
Episodes 3 and 4 of our The Lost Village & Re-Zero fill David and Cody with hope for the future, despite The Lost Village still kind of plodding along.
Marc has watched a few eps ahead. Does he assure the guys that ReZero gets even better than it has during these two episodes? Does The Lost Village ever go anywhere at all?
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We jump in with our two shows, The Lost Village & Re:Zero (Life in a Different World from Zero).
Re:Zero has set with the Midwest Crew rather nicely.  David is thankful to Cody for this pick because it reminds him of a favorite anime of his younger days.
Richard is thankful to Cody for this pick because it is a break from the norm of anime we’ve discussed in the past.
The Lost Village, on the other hand…
Well, there are a lot of characters to flesh out. So, we’re gonna give it the time that it needs. We’re fine.

The Nostalgia Train runs eternal.
Tenchi Muyo, Space Jam, and the official date of the spirtual successor to Mega Man top off this week’s APOSS.
Along with this, the writer behind Dragon Ball Evolution issues a heartfelt apology. Do you accept it?
All this, and David Majors, noted shounen hater, likes a shounen but is not hopeful for the dub cast.
Plus, Jack gets a very unique first look into the world of Pokemon.
Tenchi Muyo getting a 4th Season…?
Space Jam 2 with Lebron James
Mighty No 9 release date official, June 21 in NA, June 24 Worldwide
Ben Ramsey apologies for Dragon Ball Evolution
Vietnamese Pokemon Crystal

This episode, Kaz fulfills the obligations set out by Patron, podcast guest, and extraordinary gentleman Patrick Kohn AKA TimeJumper319 on our 100th episode.
Brandon Cooper gives us his hot take on Batman V Superman. David Majors replies and rebuts and finally goes into depth as to why he is admittedly in the minority on the film, the DC Snyderverse and the current incarnation of Superman as portrayed by Henry Cavill.
Djm does his best to get an answer out of Kaz on all things Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and Justice League, while traversing the depths of Kaz’s comic book knowledge and all the twists and turns involved.
Later on the program, Kaz gives us some thoughts on the DC Animated movies that he has been watching, and reasons behind why he’s years behind….and why the bigger Batman fan of the 2NBG still has yet to watch a single episode of Gotham.
All this and discussion about which minor comic book movie characters could do well with their own film. Welcome to Comic Book Land!

The Midwest Crew has completed one full season without disaster! Onto the next.
For the uninitiated, David, Richard and Cody pick and choose 3 different anime from Spring 2016 and we deliberate over which two shows we will watch and discuss for It’s In Season. Here are our respective selections.
Richard: Kuma Miko, High School Fleet, Hundred
Cody: Bungo Stray Dogs, Re: Zero, The Lost Village
David: Joker Game, Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress, My Hero Academia

This week, Jack returns from assignment and has brought another game for the PS Vita, Trillion. How does “Action Jackson” fare against a boss that has ONE TRILLION HP? Also, our hot take theater allows Jack to give his thoughts on the brand new Ace Attorney anime. Is it a Turnabout Success, or will Judge Jack sentence the show to hard time?
Plus, we discuss Japan finally doing something with its copyright law.
All this and Jack & Djm discuss the arrival of everyone’s new favorite English teacher, Ellen Baker. Is she ripe for eroge, or is she too pure for this world? We discuss what the Internet should do…
Netflix picks up live-action death note film
Japanese gov’t considering copyright law revision. Be ready everyone.
Ellen baker, the character from a children’s book that is an English teacher from boston living in Japan, taking on a life of its own. Will her memefication ruin us all?English teacher Ellen Baker on Twitter.

A milestone in podcasting. 100 episodes.
The two nerdy black guys have been shooting the shit with one another and a few others for long enough to officially produce and release 100 episodes.
On this occasion, we decided to invite a couple of guests on. One that has known us from the podcast’s inception, Swaggy P, Patrick Swagger. And we finally answer the question of why we never invited him on the podcast as a guest until now.
Also, on the show, a man that needs no introduction, Patrick Kohn best known as TimeJumper319. Djm personally invited him on to get an insight into his beliefs behind why he contributes to various creators through patreon. Who he picks, why he sees patreon as important as it is, and why the hell did he jump on the Delta Juliet Mike train.
All this, and after all of these years, David Majors and Brandon Cooper (Djm & kingkaz) have really not changed at all.
Thank you for listening, and enjoy.
If you want to be as gracious and as wonderful as Mr. Kohn & Swagger, check out
And follow them both on Twitter @TimeJumper319 and @TheSwagger

This week, Colton Solem of Life Lessons, Manga Mavericks & The Manga Corner joins the Aposs-y while Jack is out on assignment.
After a few recording mishaps in the pre-show we get things under way (thanks to crunchyroll, daisuke, hulu, and most recently Funimation Now), and talk about how anime streaming is so prevalent, and why that’s a great thing, as opposed to the days of fansubbing and fan-lations.
Also, Colton runs down the Spring 2016 anime season and what shows he’s looking into. Can he sell David on a future potential pick for It’s In Season (also at
All this, and opinions on HunterXHunter & FLCL coming to Toonami. D.j.m. welcomes your tweets and letters. @JustCallMeDjm & djm AT deltajulietmike dot com.
Show Notes:
Funimation Now launches
How much money is lost when you pirate your anime.
FLCL returns to Toonami in 2017, with TWO new seasons.
HunterXHunter premiering on Toonami, April 16
Make sure you check out everything from Colton Solem~!
Manga Mavericks
Life Lessons: The Gintama Manga Podcast
The Manga Corner
One Podcast Prevails
And follow Colton on Twitter @sniperking323