The hosts unleash their romantic side and talk about three hot blooded Anime to light up the incoming cold winter nights. First CC elaborates on why O Maidens in Your Savage Season‘s surprisingly open and honest take on the pitfalls of five girls’ developing sexuality, is a heartfelt tale worth to be told. Following that, John stays on the high school romance train and reviews Given, a gay love story about music, loss and the importance of opening your heart to the people who care about you the most. Last but not least the gang talks about Promare, the fiery new movie from Studio Trigger’s Hiroyuki Imaishi, and discuss why this face-melting action extravaganza is a must-see experience.
O Maidens in Your Savage Season (1:30)
ANN – This Week in Anime: Let’s Talk About Sex in O Maidens in Your Savage Season
ANN – This Week in Anime: Love Stinks and Sex Sucks in O Maidens in Your Savage Season
Geek Girl Authority: O MAIDENS IN YOUR SAVAGE SEASON Is What Anime Needs Right Now
The Afictionado: O Maidens in Your Savage Season and “Not Like Other Girls” Syndrome
Mother’s Basement: S*x-Ed: Anime Edition – Go Watch O Maidens in Your Savage Season!
ANN – This Week in Anime: Given Unites Fans’ Love of Music and Romance
Crunchyroll: Why You Should Rock Out With Given, The Best Summer Anime You’re Not Watching
Crunchyroll – Anime vs. Real Life: Where the Boys of given Jam out in Real Life
Crunchyroll: The Rise of Given’s Silent Protagonist
Crunchyroll – Anime vs. Real Life: More Locations for given’s Jam Sessions
Crunchyroll: Given is One of the Best Anime Dramas of the Year
Ani-Gamers: Creating the Kaleidoscopic Visual Style of PROMARE
Crunchyroll – The Road to Promare: TRIGGER Staff Discuss the Anime Studio’s History
Crunchyroll: Talking TRIGGER with the Masterminds Behind PROMARE