Anime’s Craziest Deaths, Otakon 2012

We’re still recovering from the convention, so we’ll be gradually making posts as time permits, but here’s the list of what was shown at Anime’s Craziest Deaths at Otakon 2012, in the order they were presented. If you’ve not heard of us before, we’re writers for Otaku USA Magazine who also do a free audio podcast. Included with each listing, where applicable, are links to purchase the title along with links to our podcast reviews of it.

PRE-SHOW: Ninja Scroll 2 Promotional Pitch Video
PRE-SHOW: Amon: Apocalypse of Devilman
PRE-SHOW: My Last Day
Blood-C (coming soon)
Blood: The Last Vampire
Ga-Rei Zero
Karas (review, and FYI that audio in the review is not from the anime)
Xam’d: Lost Memories
Battle Royal High School
Crying Freeman (review)
Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-chan
Goku: Midnight Eye (review)
Cyber City Oedo 808 (review)
Macross Plus: The Movie
Sword for Truth (review)
Sword of the Stranger (review)
Afro Samurai
Rurouni Kenshin: Trust and Betrayal
Ninja Resurrection
Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure (review)
Cybernetics Guardian
Victory Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
The Guyver: Out of Control
Apocalypse Zero
Shadow Skill (review)
Princess Mononoke
Lupin the Third: Dead or Alive
Tekken: The Motion Picture
Hellsing Ultimate (coming soon)
The Professional: Golgo 13 (review)
Angel Cop (review)
Ghost in the Shell
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (review)
Vampire Hunter D
Mad Bull 34 (coming soon) (review)

If you attended this panel and enjoyed yourself, please let that be known on the Otakon message boards. (EDIT: actually, fill out this survey instead. No registration required.) If you didn’t enjoy yourself, then post a comment here! No, we were not able to make any recordings of this panel or any other ones, and as such we cannot post them online. But that doesn’t mean OTHER people might not have recordings! If you have video footage, let us know! For now, this critical bit of advice Daryl offered to ALL THE LADIES prior to showing that Crying Freeman clip is all we’ve got:

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