Welcome to the sixth episode of the official Crunchyroll Podcast, CrunchyCast! Each week, we'll be bringing you the hottest news and perspectives on the world of anime. Join hosts Evan and Victoria as they delve into the best programming the web has to offer, explore pressing questions, and interview the anime community and industry's most compelling personalities.
This week, during our Anime Boston segment, CrunchyCast is joined by Mike Toole and Michael Sinterniklaas. Mike Toole is a columnist for Anime News Network, where he writes The Mike Toole Show. You can also find his work on the pages of Otaku USA and Topless Robot. Michael Sinterniklass is a director, producer, and actor now at NYAV Post. His most recent accomplishments include the English dub of Gundam: the Origin, which is now streaming on Amazon Prime, Daisuki, and Google Play. Miles Thomas, a brand manager with Crunchyroll and the producer of CrunchyCast, can also be heard.
- Evan shares his excitement about Discotek's new releases
- Victoria explores Level 5's newest game announcement: Snack Wars
- Victoria finally watches Nisekoi, and it's not too late to join her!
- Evan's still enjoying early Miyazaki in Sherlock Hound
- Evan's reading the manga of My Love Story, but you can watch the first episode now on Crunchyroll!
You can find more episodes of CrunchyCast on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, and our Libsyn page.
CrunchyCast is hosted by Victoria Holden and Evan Minto and produced by Miles Thomas and the Crunchyroll Brand team. If you have any questions for our hosts, you can reach us at CrunchyCast@crunchyroll.com, or on Twitter at @SailorBee and @VamptVo respectively.
The opening and ending music in CrunchyCast are produced by Noah Hafford, who can be found at his SoundCloud. The insert song is "Meetin' and Movin" by Merkel & Fritzemeier.