List of Titles Shown at AnimeNEXT 2018

Here is a list of the titles we showed at our panels at AnimeNEXT 2018. We probably should have put this up weeks ago.

Anime in Non-Anime
President Obama Thanks Shinzo Abe
PBS Station Bumper
Travel Oregon
Arby’s Social Media
Kenshiro Sells Coffee
Soupa Saiyan Restaurant
Dragon Ball Central America Diplomatic Incident
Dallas Mavericks
Steven Adama
WWE’s The Bar Fusion
Kemono Friends of Jericho
John Cena Ouran High School Host Club
John Cena Fist of the North Star
One Piece Jazz Basketball
Green Bay Packers
Tokyo Olympics
World Baseball Classic
MMA Fighter Andrew Tate Changes His Mind
Janny Medvedev
Evgenia Medvedeva
Samuel L. Jackson
Steve Jobs
Mads Mikkelson
Britney Spears
Michael B Jordan
Guillermo del Toro
John Boyega
Pacific Rim: Uprising
Eurovision – Hungary
Snoop Dogg
Joel Kim
Boy Turns Super Saiyan to Survive Bees
Naruto Headband Saves Life on Queens Subway
Ankara, Turkey Respects the Robot
Is This a Pigeon meme
Scooby Doo and KISS: Rock and Roll Mystery
Amazing World of Gumball
Steven Universe and Junji Ito
The Office
Hatsune Miku Enriches Scarlett Johansson and David Letterman
Robin Williams

Best Anime Openings of the 1980s
City Hunter 2
ZZ Gundam
Saint Seiya
Flying House
Super Book
Space Adventure Cobra
Heaven Wars Shurato
Superdimensional Fortress Macross
Dirty Pair: Project EDEN
Armored Trooper VOTOMS
Kimagure Orange Road
Genesis Climber Mospeada
Fist of the North Star 2
Hai! Akko Desu
Future Police Urashiman
Zeta Gundam
Prefectural Earth Defense Force
Mobile Police Patlabor
Dragon Ball Z
Lensman: Galactic Patrol
Mister Ajikko
Stop! Hibari-kun
Panzer World Galient
Aura Battler Dunbine
Metal Armor Dragonar
Urusei Yatsura
Go-Q-Choji Ikkiman
That goofy Disco Captain Harlock OP which technically didn’t come out until the 80s

Remembering Studio Ghibli’s Isao Takahata (1935 – 2018)
The King and the Mockingbird
Little Prince and the Eight-Headed Dragon
Underworld’s Biggest Showdown
Ken the Wolf Boy
Hustle Punch
Horus: Prince of the Sun
Gegege no Kitaro
Lupin the Third
The Phantom Pippi Longstocking
Panda, Go Panda!
Heidi, Girl of the Alps
3000 Leagues in Search of Mother
Anne of Green Gables
Chie the Brat
Gauche the Cellist
The Story of Yanagawa’s Canals
Grave of the Fireflies
Only Yesterday
Pom Poko
My Neighbors the Yamadas
The Tale of Princess Kaguya

Gambling Anime: Raising the Stakes
Poker King
Legendary Gambler Tetsuya
The Legend of Koizumi
Rio: Rainbow Gate
One Outs
81 Diver
Liar Game
Kakegurui: Compulsive Gambler

Anime World Order Show # 165 – No Fushigi Mystery That Boning Is Greater Than Science

Why did two months pass without a new episode? Some cartoons break even the strongest of spirits. But finally, Clarissa reviews Go Nagai’s precursor to Devilman, Demon Lord Dante.

Introduction (0:00 – 42:45)
Now that we’ve made it back from AnimeNEXT and the latest issue of Otaku USA Magazine is arriving in subscriber mailboxes, we have time to record a new episode! For those itching for CONTENT, in the interim Daryl was a guest on the Zannen Canada Podcast to talk about Mobile Suit Gundam SEED to the best of his unreliable memory. This discussion was edited down to 2 hours and 40 minutes. Over in the emails, we puzzle over the intentions of a question regarding well-realized fictional sociopolitical landscapes in Japanese animation. Golgo 13 was not mentioned, since its sociopolitical landscape is nonfiction, despite all “this work is fiction” disclaimers it alleges.

Promo: Right Stuf Anime (17:38 – 23:46)
We kind of organically mixed this one into the introduction, hence the overlapping time codes. Right Stuf is having their month-long 31st Golden Birthday Sale throughout July, where not only is practically everything on sale all month, but every day there’s also a Mega Deal (and Adult Mega Deal) on popular items. Since the discounts are already quite high, the Got Anime? membership discounts will NOT stack with the Mega Deal, Featured Products, or Bundles. But it will work on the other items, including preorders. GET YOUR ANGEL COP BLU-RAY AND BEAST FIGHTER THE APOCALYPSE DVD PREORDERS IN NOW. But wait, we’re getting ahead of ourselves:

Review: Demon Lord Dante aka Mao Dante (42:45 – 1:37:55)
You’ve got to hand it to Clarissa, because after this one the few remaining strands on the low thread count sheets of sanity are just barely hanging on. With everyone being so keen on Devilman Crybaby this year, we figured we may as well go back to Go Nagai’s initial concept which was later retooled to result in Devilman. The original story got abandoned for 40 years before being resurrected in the early 2000s, and that means THEY HAD TO WING IT~! FOR THE ENDING. Listen on as the structure and fabric of the universe fade away in this 100% spoiler-filled review slash synopsis. Perhaps someday, this will end up streaming on Midnight Pulp alongside other titles by Discotek as well as Animeigo, but for now it can only be seen by those bold and daring enough to own it on DVD. ALL YOU CONTENT CREATORS WHO GO VIRAL AS A RESULT OF TALKING ABOUT THIS CARTOON HAD BETTER REMEMBER WHO POINTED YOU TOWARDS IT.

Otakon is a few weeks away, and the schedule is live! Our panels are as follows:

Friday 9:45 PM: History of Hentai (18+)
Friday 12:00 AM: Twenty Years Ago: Anime in 1998
Saturday 9:00 AM (no 8 hours sleep for us!): Cancelled Anime: Gone Before Their Time
Saturday 11:00 PM: Anime’s Craziest Deaths (18+)
Sunday 12:45 PM: Outsourced: The Japanese Animation of “Western” Cartoons

Hmm. We should probably uh, get started with working on those…HEY WAIT, WE FORGOT TO MENTION THAT WE WERE PANELISTS AT CEO GAMING! We did the panel “Fighting Game Anime: It’s (Mostly) Terrible” and this is the list of titles that we showed there:

Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie
Street Fighter V (that’s the letter V, not the Roman numeral V as the current Street Fighter game is known)
Street Fighter Alpha
Street Fighter IV: The Ties That Bind
Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture
Fatal Fury OAVs
Samurai Shodown
Art of Fighting
King of Fighters: Another Day
Battle Arena Toshinden
Voltage Fighter Gowcaizer
Virtua Fighter
Power Stone
Tekken: The Motion Picture
Tekken: Blood Vengeance