Third Impact Anime Podcast

Third Impact Anime is a podcast and panelist group out of the South Eastern United States anime community. Through our bi-weekly podcast and convention panels, we discuss the the artistry, history, and community surrounding anime from all eras and genres! Hosted by Austin (@bebopshock on Twitter) and the rest of the Third Impact team as we bring our unique tastes, opinions, and perspectives to the conversation.

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episode 81: #81 - Horus, Prince of the Sun


In this episode, Sully, Tobias, Austin, and Bill discuss Isao Takahata's directorial debut feature film, Horus, Prince of the Sun. We discuss the film's background, legacy, possible inspirations on The Legend of Zelda, and what we thought of watching it ...


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episode 80: #80 - Belladonna of Sadness


In this episode, Sully, Tobias, and Bill discuss Eiichi Yamamoto’s surreal, psychedelic classic Belladonna of Sadness, the story of a young French peasant woman who after a traumatizing event, uses the power of witchcraft to forge her place in her countr...


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episode 79: #79 - Summer 2019 Impressions (Group B)


Here's the promised Group B of our summer seasonal anime impressions! Sorry this is coming out a week or so later than we intended. School has started and Austin is a BUSY BEE! In this episode, Tobias, Tori, Bill, and Edwin talk about their seasonal pic...


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 2019-08-26  1h36m
 
 

episode 78: #78 - Summer 2019 Impressions (Group A)


Wow we're doing a seasonal impressions episode?! We haven't done that in forever!  Sarah, Austin, and Ryan talk about their seasonal picks (1 per) and give their modest first impressions. The goal is to reconvene after the season and do a post-mortem rev...


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 2019-08-09  1h8m
 
 

episode 77: #77 - Farewell, Hamacon


A couple weeks ago, we were given the great pleasure of attending Hamacon in Huntsville, Alabama for the second year in a row as their Featured Panelists. This year's Hamacon was the last EVER and while we are sad to see it go, we are truly grateful for ...


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 2019-08-07  n/a
 
 

episode 76: #76 - Tamako Market & Tamako Love Story


Naoko Yamada (A Silent Voice, Liz & the Blue Bird) is one of the youngest and most critically acclaimed anime directors in the business today. Austin, Tori, and Andrew look back at her 2013 original TV series and subsequent sequel film, Tamako Market and...


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 2019-07-15  1h25m
 
 

episode 75: #75 - Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Review


If you haven't heard by now, Final Fantasy VII's long awaited Remake is coming out next March! We got a ton of new information about it at this year's E3, so of course it's the perfect time to revisit Final Fantasy VII in anime form! Austin, Tobias, and ...


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 2019-07-01  2h6m
 
 

episode 74: #74 - Pride Month Special! Localizing LGBTQ Anime with David Wald


To celebrate Pride month, Sully sat down with voice actor, script writer, and ADR director David Wald to discuss his work in working to dub and license LGBTQ themed anime, including Love Stage!! and Hitorijime My Hero. David is known for voicing Gajee...


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 2019-06-26  1h50m
 
 

episode 73: #73 - Con-flicts Vol. 2: Animazement 2019


So while some jerks were in Atlanta on Memorial Day weekend, the rest of us were in Raleigh for Animazement! The con brought us out as Featured Panelists, doing what we do best: talk way too much about Japanese cartoons. We had a total of 24 hours of con...


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 2019-06-19  2h51m
 
 

episode 72: #72 - Con-flicts Vol. 1: Momocon 2019


A couple weeks ago, bits and pieces of the Third Impact crew visited Momocon 2019 in Atlanta, GA. Panels, parties...plenty of fun was had! Join Ryan, Sarah, and recurring-side-characters-with-cult-followings Edwin and Will as they share some of their fav...


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 2019-06-06  1h17m