Anivision Episode 74: Raging with Kyokai

And you think Kyokai sleeps? *snerk* Well, she does, for a bit at least. Hear her hang out and rage with the Anivision guys (Jrow, Xcom, Amuro and Steev-sensei) to discuss the current season’s upside and downside.

What is this dealio, man?! You would ask. Well, the dealio is that our Overload, Kyokai had a fun time with Anivision, a seasoned podcast and aniblogging team, who have been around for some time. And as you already know, we are a friendly bunch here at Metanorn as it’s Kyo’s idea to build our network of buddy aniblogs and anipodcasts to spread the fandom love. So, now the Anivision guys are officially part of our blogroll and buddy network.

If you are looking for some history, Jrow lays it quite nicely:

“Anivision was originally started by Xcom as a high school club back in 2003, which was then called Ja2 (*Japanese Animation and Art, JA Squared*). Over the years, with fellow site admins Jrow, steev and at the time ordinary member Amuro, Anivision has seen many versions of its own self. JA2 became Anivision; Anivision became Anime Katsu!; Anime Katsu! died and tried to revive itself as Neo Nippon. And now, we’re happily back to Anivision. Yeah, we change names more often than your local bank, but the Anivision name has been better than ever since the Anivision Podcast was founded back in ’09. Anivision’s aim has and always will be to bring the worlds of Anime and Gaming together, as they deploy both a blog and podcast presentation in an attempt to cover both your eyes and ears with insightful opinions about the lastest going-ons in anime and gaming.”

Kyokai was invited as a guest host for their Episode 74 to add in some raging serious thoughts on the currently running series, giggles and the much needed feminine voice. Not only she raged on some topics but punctuated everything with giggles, OWSSUMNESS and laughter. Who would think that this cheerful lady can be one scary boss… *cough*writesawillbecausewillsoondie*cough* Before I get in trouble, here are the show notes:

You can download, Episode 74: Raging with Kyokai from here.

0:00-1:29- Intro with “Cold Finger Girl” by Kuriyama Chiaki (Level E)

1:29- 8:14- Kyokai’s introduction and mini interview with Marry-Screw-Kill

8:14- 9:16- Intermission one “Arata na Master Samurai” by Katou Tatsuya (Hyakka Ryouran Samurai Girls)

9:16-11:49- Anivision news

11:49-19:05- Quick news

19:05-  22:22- Intermission 2: “Electric Heart” by SHINee (on Kyo’s choice with relevance to the continued Heart day at Metanorn)

22:23- 1:41:42- In-depth Winter season review

1:41:42- 1:44:45- Kyokai rages over onii-koto!

1:48:51-1:55:14- Metanorn and Anivision plugs/Ending with “Magia” by Kalafina (Madoka Magica)

Huge thanks to the great team of Anivision for having Kyo. She had a blast after all. Also, don’t forget to visit their site and comment!


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24 Responses to “Anivision Episode 74: Raging with Kyokai”

  1. Namika says:

    First thing I’ll do when I’ll be able to acces my computer tomorrow :3

  2. Bass says:

    That is awesome, another podcast to subscribe to XD

    • Kyokai says:

      Oh definitely! They have been around for some time. Didn’t know they were so old! Good stuff. xD

  3. Foshizzel says:

    Great episode! Had to listen to the Oniikoto rant hahah so funny and true!

    • Kyokai says:

      Srsly! My eyes got raped, damn it! I think I should do some more raging and soon. :3

  4. wonton jr. says:

    Haha, love Kyokai’s Oniikoto rant, it was so funny and not to mention true. Must subscibe to this podcast. XD

    • Kyokai says:

      Lol, thanks! Glad to provide amusement. :3
      And yes! Subscribe to the Anivision fanboys~

  5. Ness says:

    I still need to catch up on about 3-4 podcast episodes from Anivision before I listen to this><; But I look forward to it~ :3

    • Kyokai says:

      Lol! Aren’t you a loyal follower? XD

      • Ness says:

        Well, I make sure I have them d/l but I don’t listen to them right away. I always somehow end up stopping half way through on podcast when I notice that I was not listening to a word that was being said. Hahah oh well.

  6. Overcooled says:

    nice job getting on Anivision, Kyokai! I’ll go listen to that soon then, and see how good these Anivision people are~ Keke.

    • Kyokai says:

      Shush, leaking my plans of world domination. Give them your dealio of sadism too. :3

  7. Sophie says:

    May you please tell me what anime is the photo from? XD Looks very interesting! Also, awesome podcast!! ;D

    Thank You!

    • MikADo says:

      kara no kyokai and tsukihime i guess

      • Dan-go says:

        yeah the right hand 3 are karanokyoukai (or possibly just the middle (shiki) and the far right

    • Kyokai says:

      Sophie, Thanks! I sure had a blast with the Anivision guys. About the image, it’s from the Type-Moon (the game company that makes some awesome game/VNs like Fate/Stay night, Tsukihime, Meltyblood, etc.) universe.

      In the front, it’s Ryougi Shiki from Kara no Kyoukai (anime movies), who is also part of some other Type-Moon games as well. The ones beside her are her different counterparts in different series like Tsukihime, Kara no Kyoukai and Melty Blood. Starting from left: Tohno SHIKI, Nanaya Shiki, Ryougi Shiki (center), Tohno Shiki and Lio Shirazumi. Multiple names are different personalities or counterparts (something that is overplayed in Nasu-verse).

  8. MikADo says:

    kyokai’s raging voice! always need them dont we 😀

  9. Dan-go says:

    kyokai raaaaage <3

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