Episode 55: Mixed Bags of Gold

CC kicks off this episode by stepping into the ring with the bionic slugfest Megalobox to explain why he liked that show even though it lacks actual entertaining boxing matches. Then John tears apart Caligula and talks about the many shortcomings of this confusing mess of a video game adaption. Last but not least both hosts dig for gold in Golden Kamuy and unearth a thoroughly enjoyable show that manages to shine despite its janky animation.

Mp3 Download

Review

Megalobox (1:30)

Caligula (18:02)

Golden Kamuy (34:09)

Related Links:

ANN: Tomorrow’s Joe, Today: Megalobox Updates a Classic

ANN – This Week in Anime: Rocking and Socking with MEGALOBOX

ANN – This Week in Anime: Joe’s Rough Road to Megalonia

Crunchyroll: The 50-Year Legacy Leading up to MEGALOBOX

Crunchyroll: Megalo Boxing is Even Better than the Real Thing

Crunchyroll: MEGALOBOX and the Musical Legacy of Cowboy Bebop

Crunchyroll: Tomorrow Beyond Death: Death and Rebirth in MEGALOBOX

Crunchyroll INTERVIEW: “MEGALOBOX” Composer mabanua and Sound Director Keiichiro Miyoshi

Crunchyroll: The True Soul of MEGALOBOX

Sakuga Blog: Production Highlights – Megalo Box 01

Sakuga Blog: Production Highlights – Megalo Box 02

Sakuga Blog: Production Highlights – Megalo Box 03

Crunchyroll: Caligula’s Secret Connection to Persona

Crunchyroll: Caligula Takes Us to a Digital Nightmare Controlled by a Virtual Pop Star

Crunchyroll: The Magic and Mystery of Caligula’s Anime Adaptation

ANN: The True History Behind Golden Kamuy

ANN – This Week in Anime: Can Golden Kamuy’s Anime Do the Manga Justice?

ANN – This Week in Anime: The Rowdy Rogues’ Gallery of Golden Kamuy

Crunchyroll: Golden Kamuy is a Riveting Story of Survival, Treasure, and Warmth

Crunchyroll: Golden Kamuy Dives into an Overlooked Period of Japanese History

Crunchyroll: Why Golden Kamuy Should Be One of the Most Popular Anime of the Year

Crunchyroll: Festering Wounds: The Nature of Violence in Golden Kamuy

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