A Post of Podcasts
I feel in the mood to make a list. So, I’ll hit out a quick top five listing my favorite podcasts. I’m a nerd, so most of my list is going to be highly informative as well as entertaining. I will also mention two honorable mentions that cover six and seven.
I’ve been meaning to get on the Bleach post, but I haven’t really liked what I’ve got so far. But I hope to get it out in the next few days. Anyways, on to the list:
5. The Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy
is always interesting and informative. Triple G has some of the best author interviews and discussions. This podcast is a must for any SF/F fan.
4. Notes from Coode Street
is more discussion than anything else. But the discussion is always enthralling and fascinating. I look forward to practically every ‘cast.
is one of my all time favorite podcasts. The discussions are topical and usually interesting. Indeed, this podcast is a staple of my dinner every Monday evening. Great stuff.
2. Anime 3000
is a new discovery but has quickly become a favorite. The discussions have been great and informative. I really enjoyed the Dragon Ball Kai Bonus Round and the Sailor Moon Panel. I can’t wait to listen to more stuff from them.
is freaking amazing. Over the past two months, this podcast has become my all around favorite. Indeed, the most recent holiday specials have been golden. I anticipate this podcast’s next installment with no small amount of impatience. If you are a fan of anime or manga, this podcast is a must.
This is my top five. Hopefully, if you’re interested, you’ll check these podcasts out.
Finally, as a late disclaimer, these are my favorites at this moment. My tastes and interests may change, I may find new favorites to add (or expand the list). I am a great believer in variability when it comes to these things.
Anyway, expect something on Bleach and Yu Yu Hakusho in the next few days (hopefully). For those waiting for the start of Iron Council or more Wizards of CAS, the wait will be longer because I’m in a manga frenzy.
Posted on April 27, 2011, in Anime, Books and tagged Anime 3000, ANNcast, Geek's Guide to the Galaxy, Hardcore History, Hour of the Wolf, Notes from Coode Street, podcasts, SFsignal. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.