The Speakeasy: A Reverse Thieves Podcast – Drink #007

Anime 3000 presents The Speakeasy Podcast:
Drink #007: Official OUFC (Oxford United Football Club) Drink, Get into the game!

Sports manga and anime are some of the most popular staple series in Japan along side such institutions as shonen fighting and school romance. Almost any sport has at least one series centered around it with many sports like baseball, boxing, and soccer getting several every year. The classics of sports titles are influential on Japanese media and culture as seen by constant references, parodies, homages, and allusions. But why are sport series so well received in Japan but essentially ignored in the U.S.? What about the genre as a whole is so poorly perceived when it contains such a wide variety within? And we hopefully give people some good series to start watching/reading sports series!

Plus, a second giveaway for our birthday! Listen to the episode to learn how to enter! This contest is over.

(Listen) (Show Notes)

And now your helpful bartenders at The Speakeasy present your drink:

Official OUFC (Oxford United Football Club) Drink

1 part Aperol
1 part Pisang Ambon
1 part 7-up

Shake ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice. Strain into Highball glass.

4 thoughts on “The Speakeasy: A Reverse Thieves Podcast – Drink #007

  1. Shadowblade Edge says:

    I wouldn’t mind a show about the disparate amount of Yuri anime as compared to Yuri manga. Or something about Satoshi Kon. Either would be great.

  2. Will Robertson says:

    Do a podcast on drinks. Makes sense.

    Like make a drink based on Lupin. It’d have to be a strong, yet powerful concoction that any suave fellow might sip inbetween hands of Baccarat.

    Or a drinks based on Key games. It’d be the same fruity thing everytime, just different colors.

    Fist of the Northstar: Mostly just the blood of your enemies. There might be some scotch in there somewhere.

    Drink based on SHAFT shows: 1/3 whiskey, the rest is Nyquil and Robotussin.


  3. calaggie says:

    I’d like to hear one about light novels, maybe about books that have gotten published in the US and also about anime/manga that started out as such novels.

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