Part 2 of the multi-part Fushigi Yugi watchalong with Dee, Vrai, and Caitlin! The series hits its stride as an engaging fantasy adventure and tackles some difficult topics, with… mixed results. Miaka flies solo. Hotohori sucks at his job. Chichiri is an effing adult.
Part 1 of the very-multi-part watchalong of the ’90s shoujo fantasy Fushigi Yugi with Caitlin, Dee, and Vrai! For this first installment, the gang takes a trip down memory lane. Miaka is pretty okay actually. Everybody loves Nuriko. Hotohori? Not so much.
Dee, Vrai, and Peter look back on the summer 2017 season. Vatican LOLs, 18wtf, Abysscourse, Princess Principallin’ around, and more!
Amelia, Peter, and Vrai tap into their inner-ennui to navigate the interminable abyss of wackness that is Neo Yokio! One thing’s for sure: All three deserve a big Toblerone after this.
And now for an exciting change of pace, Amelia, Dee, and Vrai sit back, throw down a few drinks, and provide their before and after impressions of the live-action Netflix Death Note movie! SPOILERS: For the entire Death Note live-action movie AND the manga/anime series. 0:00:00 Intros 0:01:15 Background with …
Amelia, Caitlin, and Peter discuss their experiences at Otakon, AnimeFest, and Crunchyroll Expo, including convention culture, events, panels, and special guests! 0:00:00 Intros 0:02:00 Past experiences with conventions 0;10:00 Con evolution 0:13:26 How has being a feminist affected con going? 0:19:00 Feminist programming at conventions 0:28:10 Conventions as …
Vrai does a deep dive on the anime and manga of Wandering Son (Hourou Musuko) with special guests Associate Editor of Anime News Network Jacob Chapman, YouTuber Cayla Coats, and manga scholar and professional translator Rachel Matt Thorn. [Please note that Rachel began to use this name after the recording of …
The final part of the Berserk watchalong with Amelia, Peter, and special guest Kara Dennison!
Dee, Vrai, and Peter check in with the top 17 anime of our Summer 2017 premiere rankings. Listen to find out our biggest surprises, disappointments, and guilty pleasures of the season!
Part 3 of the four-part watchalong of Berserk with Amelia, Peter, and special guest Kara Dennison! WARNING: Due to the nature of Berserk, sexual assault, abuse and violence will be discussed in this and future episodes.
Taking a one-week break from our Berserk watchalong, Dee, Vrai, Peter, and special guest Natasha do a deep dive into one our favorite anime of last year: Flip Flappers! SPOILERS: for the entire series of Flip Flappers
Part 2 of the four-part watchalong of Berserk with Amelia, Peter, and special guest Kara Dennison!
Part 1 of the four-part watchalong of Berserk with Amelia, Peter, and special guest Kara Dennison! WARNING: Due to the nature of Berserk, sexual assault, abuse and violence will be discussed in this and future episodes.
Amelia, Dee, and Peter look back on the spring 2017 season! Recorded just yesterday, we have a few gaps in this one – comment below if you think we missed anything AniFem readers would want to know!
We made it through our first watchalong! Huge thanks to special guest Miles for joining us every week to talk about Shirobako. What has been the most memorable part of our discussions for you? What did you think of the watchalong process itself? What would you like to see us watchalong …
This week we’re continuing our watchalong series with special guest Miles, started recently with Shirobako. Let us know your thoughts in the comments!
This week we’re continuing our new watchalong series with special guest Miles, started last week with the first six episodes of Shirobako. This episode digs deep into the nature of careers and seniority for women in particular, let us know your thoughts in the comments!
Two mostly unspoiled newbies and one superfan watch six episodes of a series at a time, then record a discussion on them before watching the next six. This is Chatty AF’s new watchalong format, looking at completed anime through a feminist lens. Shirobako is a show patrons have been asking us …
The second part of our Q&A responding to questions from our Twitter followers! (You can find the first part here.) This time the questions are all about anime. Listen to us talk about our favourites, disappointments and guilty pleasures from the Fall 2016, Winter and Spring 2017 seasons and beyond.
Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinju is the kind of anime that makes you proud to be an anime fan. It is a thematically satisfying and well-written story, boasting both sweeping historical drama and funny, engaging characters, excelling in visual direction and voice acting alike. In a few years we’ll be talking about it …