Shauncastic 24: Girl’s Night Out – A Comic’s Primer

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It’s an “all-girl”, all comics podcast. You’ll love it!

The “Cast” this week is Christina “The Brownie”, Nicole “The Artist”, and Dr. Mrs. The Awesome makes her triumphant return! Don’t forget we’ve joined iTunes! So make sure to subscribe, rate, and leave reviews to help improve our listenership! Email us your thoughts, questions and suggestions for upcoming episodes at stuff@shauncastic.com. Enjoy!

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3 comments

  1. Xtina says:

    Ha! I forgot to mention Blade of the Immortal as a bloody yet beautifully drawn manga as a current read. Actually, it’s the only manga I read now that Fullmetal Alchemist is finally over. Great stuff if you’re not into the whole cheesy “grand adventure with the power of friendship” kind of load that we often see.

    The story as a whole gets complicated with each new volume (there’s about 20+ of them now). It starts off with a girl named Rin whose family was slaughtered by a group of swordsmen called the Itto-Ryu. She seeks revenge on the leader, Anotsu, but quickly realizes that she can’t do it alone. Enter Manji. A weapons master and immortal. Later, adding on to Rin and Manji’s problems, a new group called the Mugai-Ryu recruits them to take down the entire Itto-Ryu. Of course, then you begin to question which ones are the real good guys, and who are the bad ones.

    Bottomline, there is enough intrigue, controversy, fighting, blood, and revenge going on to keep you on board for a good while.

    February 23rd, 2011 at 2:38 am

  2. Vanessa Amateur says:

    The way (the road) to hell is paved with good intentions.

    April 27th, 2011 at 3:16 am

  3. Dastari says:

    Ha! That’s awesome that everyone liked Fushigi Yugi. Yu Watase has some…issues which come up in her anime and manga but I think that you should definitely do a manga podcast at some time and Beth would be great for that. I can talk about the Fushigi Yugi anime in an anime podcast though.

    That is awesome about Darkwing Duck comics. I loved that show and is definitely my favorite Disney cartoon of the silly Disney (basically of anything that isn’t Gargoyles) and that’s awesome that they’re continuing the stories.

    May 24th, 2011 at 9:01 pm

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