All Points Bulletin is our newest little article series to yet again increase the amount of content we bring to our readers. Every Sunday (barring conventions and vacations) we will both post up to six interesting articles, podcasts, or assorted nonsense from the web you might have missed. These will often be items not worth writing a whole post about but are still worth your time. If you have any suggestions for what to highlight on an APB drop us a line via email or twitter.
- Return of the Veef
After a long hiatus Andrew, otherwise known as VF5SS, is back with a new episode of the Veef show. He talks about Fang of the Sun Dougram, Legend of the Galactic Heroes, and the failure of Gundam in the US. Glad to see him podcasting again.
- MAHQ’s Chaos Theater looks at Batman: The Animated Series
Who does not love Batman: The Animated Series? Dale Rausch from MAHQ is a guest as well.
- The Greatest Movie EVER! Podcast & AWO talk about My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic
I have seen people talking about Bronies on everything from NPR to Fox News. It takes the combined power of Greatest Movie EVER! and Anime World Order to get to the bottom of this mess.
- Otaku Generation talks about AnimeNEXT
An alternative look at AnimeNEXT 2011. There is also Part 3 of their look at version terminology related to anime and manga. They mention me so my vanity insists I link to the podcast.
- David’s Akira posts on 4thletter
He tackles the visuals and characters in this series of posts which feature scans from the full-color version of the manga.
- Ho-Ling’s thoughts on Detective Conan
In this series he is looking at themes and connections 10 volumes at a time.
- Defective Detective
A hilarious short from Cartoon Brew’s Student Animation Festival.
- Trailer for Gackt in Bunraku
His English debut!
- Burn Notice: A New Day
A new webcomic that ties into the series bridging S4 and S5. I haven’t read it yet since I’m only on S2 but still thought it was cool and worth noting.
- 10-page excerpt from Laddertop
This upcoming comic from Orson Scott Card and daughter looks terribly underwhelming. Also I am lame because it annoys the heck out of me that they are calling it a “manga.”
We decided to move the picture of the week here. This week we prove the power of imagination. Someone can make women from Jojo’s look cute: