Case Closed Reviews: Summer 2013

A new short podcast series! First impressions are great but what about our thoughts after we’ve watched an entire series week to week? We figured our listeners might want to hear our final impressions as well so we’ve created the Case Closed Review podcast. Just like the S.W.A.T. Reviews, these will be mini-podcasts and completely off the cuff. Here are the five shows we finished this season:

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Listen – Final impressions of Attack on Titan from Production I.G and Wit Studio with the ending “great escape” by cinema staff. It is streaming on Crunchyroll and Funimation.

Listen – Final impressions of Silver Spoon from A-1 Pictures with the ending “Hello Especially” by Sukima Switch. It is streaming on Crunchyroll.

Listen – Final impressions of Free! from Kyoto Animation with the ending “SPLASH FREE” by STYLE FIVE. It is streaming on Crunchyroll.

Listen – Final impressions of The Eccentric Family from P.A. Works with the ending “Que Sera, Sera” by fhana. It is streaming on Crunchyroll.

Listen – Final impressions of Gatchaman Crowds from Tatsunoko Production with the ending “INNOCENT NOTE” by Hajime Ichinose. It is streaming on Crunchyroll.

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2 thoughts on “Case Closed Reviews: Summer 2013

  1. Rachel says:

    In the first episode of The Eccentric Family, Yasaburo says he and Benten were responsible for something he calls the “Demon King Cedar Incident”, in which he turned into the cedar that the Professor flew into and fell on his back, which is how he lost his ability to fly. They never go into details about this incident beyond that, but I think it’s pretty clear from that conversation that Yasaburo at least blames himself and feels remorse about it.

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