Original Premier Date: Wed; Jan. 17, 2009
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01. Intro: "Neo News!"
Runtime: 0:00:00 - 0:12:58
02. Epic Sugar Works (Commercial)
Runtime: 0:12:58 - 0:13:33
03. 1st Segment: "Gundam Round-up!: Turn-A Gundam"
Runtime: 0:13:33 - 1:01:11
04. Preview: Next Time on Gundamn! - "G-Saviour" (w/ Destiny Gundam)
Runtime: 1:01:11 - 1:04:22
05. 2nd Segment: "Hyper-Critical Mass: The Ripple Effects of Internet Opinions on the Anime Industry"
Runtime: 1:04:22 - 1:44:21
06. Florida Oriental Trading (Commercial)
Runtime: 1:44:21 - 1:46:02
07. Outro: "Closing/Roses of Gundamn!/Peep the Websites"
Runtime: 1:46:02 - 1:52:42
Although it's slightly longer than the last ep, this latest edition of "Gundamn! @ MAHQ" is lighter on segments but jammed-packed with discussion! Kicking off the first segment, we rap about the final television series helmed by Yoshiyuki Tomino - "Turn-A Gundam". Afterwards, inspired by an article submitted by Flame-X, we explore an interview with Gundam 00 director, Seiji Mizushima, detailing how recent, passionate opinions of dislike about the series online have affected the staff. The conversation continues into the effects premature, unproven, and negative comments and have upon the development of currently airing series. Mad props to Flame-X for bringing this to our attention!
Also for those that don't know:
For your listening pleasure, episode 26 of Gundamn! was released several days ago. Also, I'm happy to announce what will hopefully be the first of several live call-in sessions on the show. It will take place this Sunday, January 18th at 2:00 P.M. Eastern Standard Time. If you didn't join us for the first call-in, get a mic/headset, download and install Skype, and add the user "Shinjuku-Station" to your friends list. Like the last time, the call-in will be an open forum, so anything goes as far as topics and questions.
Hope you can join us and enjoy this episode! Thanks for listening,
Soul Bro Ryu
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