The new trailer for the live action Mulan movie is out and we’ve got some FEELINGS Y’ALL. Also, help send us to the Mulan 2020 premiere by tweeting shamelessly at Disney, WE BEG OF YOU. We also cover picking husbands via tea refills, and the latest Pokemon to represent Japanese citizens.
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Seriously, though. Can we all stop talking about Tifa’s boobs? Okay, maybe we can’t. This week we discuss “Final Fantasy 7 Remake Boob-Gate 2019″, the great ramen crimes of Japan, and Max’s obsession with body wipes that are possessed by cursed beings. This is all real, we swear.
The future is now! Japan revs up for the Tokyo Olympics by banning all social media posts for ALL ETERNITY, Super Saiyan Vegeta chills your veggies, and the town of Okayama is transformed into the Train-eats-Train-eats children’s souls world of Chuggington.
Summer is here, and so is the drama. Chii-watch 2019 continues with Sinjo-kun (Chii-tan’s Ex) revealing he’s a Street Fighter gaming pro, summer snacks of chicken skin sizzle into your heart, and Japan’s government creates the ultimate idol all star group who just loves it when you donate blood.
Detective Pikachu has won our hearts, and desire for sick gains, bruh! We do a deep dive into our review of the movie, bring you news on Geodude’s new status as a city mascot, and give the rundown on the new Final Fantasy VII remake. Strap in, because it’s about to get WATER TYPE ALL UP IN HERE IFYAKNOWWHATIMEAN.
We’ve cooled down from Sonic Mania to bring you your regularly scheduled Asian nonsense news: KFC Japan pays off scientist to prove the sound of crunchy chicken improves your life, ATMs in Japan experience their own Y2K bug so your money can travel through time, and John Oliver helps mascot Chiitan recover from her rejection from the city of Susaki.
Welcome to our hot, hot, ninja hell. This week, Max stays salty about Comic-Con, we review the wierdest Asian myths about the dangers of trying to stay cool in the summer, reveal the horror of melted waifu figs, start our “Yoshiki Corner” segment because THAT MAN CAN STAY OUT OF THE NEWS NOR OUR BRAINS, and learn that we can actually pay someone to make us a ninja in Japan.
If this is your first episode with us, we apologize. The b*tthole talk got way out of hand, way fast. In this episode, we explore the dangers of karaoke in a hot spring, Korean idol merch you can probably (READ: DEFINITELY) make out with, and a stupid 3d man dumps a woman for hiding her otaku side.
Prepare yourself for Episode 17: A mascot WRECKS a reporter, photo ops, Crotch Flaps, and Max and Yume doing WAYYY too many terrible impressions of Michelle, who is missing in action this week.
Hokkaido melons are treated better than must humans, the “Is this is pigeon” meme explained, and we brainstorm how to get Jrock legend Gackt out of bankruptcy via Patreon.