Slayers Rewatch Podcast: Spell #01

Lina Inverse: Bandit Killer, Dragon Spooker, and Beautiful Sorceress. That’s right, we decided to revisit the classic 90’s fantasy comedy Slayers.

The show is a mixture of comedy and adventure that is both a parody and homage to the various worlds of fantasy and roleplaying. LinaGourry, Zelgadis, and Amelia are your stereotypical D&D adventuring party (albeit with a rather spell-casting heavy focus) killing monsters, hording treasure, fighting amongst themselves, and causing tremendous amounts of collateral damage which sometimes inadvertently save the world. And in the 90’s Megumi Hayashibara was the queen of anime voice actresses and one of her most iconic roles was Lina.

Back in the day not everyone liked Slayers but almost everyone had watched it and had an opinion about it. Now even with the two recent seasons in 2008 the series is distinctly seen as a product of the 90s.

We are recruiting adventures for our journey to discover if Slayers is still an enjoyable 90s romp or a cursed relic better buried in the stream of time. If you are a high enough level, you should rewatch Slayers with our party!



2 thoughts on “Slayers Rewatch Podcast: Spell #01

  1. Karandi says:

    I don’t remember much enjoying Slayers for the little bit I watched of it a very long time ago. It may be worth a rewatch but it’s probably not going to come up on my list for awhile. Thanks for sharing and I hope you enjoy your rewatch.

    • reversethieves says:

      I will be interested to see how much people who watched Slayers back in the day have a different opinion of the show now and how many generally have the same opinion. I also am curious to know how many people listening to the podcast are new viewers and what their opinion of the show is.

      – Alain

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