The Chicago White Sox surprisingly fired Kenny Williams and Rick Hahn, one of which had been in charge of baseball operations for like 20 years, and then disappointingly hired their number three, Chris Getz, to replace them. All that’s on Getz’s resume is a bottom five farm system and concerning hires due to myriad character issues. All that to say I am now a lifelong Mariners fan.
This episode, we’re talking about Kazuki Minamoto’s The Gay Who Turned Kaiju published by Yen Press as our completed series. Then, we talk about Kanehito Yamada (story) and Tsukasa Abe’s (art) Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End published by Viz.
The Gay Who Turned Kaiju credits:
- Translated by: Leighann Harvey
- Letterer: Carolina Hernandez
Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End credits:
- Translation: Misa “Japanese Ammo”
- Touch-up Art and Lettering: Annaliese “Ace” Christman
- Design: Yukiko Whitley
- Editor: Mike Montesa
As always, you can find me on Twitter @taiikumenco, and my co-hosts Helen (@WanderinDreamr) and Apryll (@manjiorin) on Twitter at those places in the parenthesis. You can find both of their writing at The Organization of Anti-Social Geniuses, more of Helen’s writing at Narrative Investigations, and my writing at the Fandom Post and Awko Tako.
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1:02 – We talk about The Gay Who Turned Kaiju
15:28 – We talk about Frieren Beyond Journey’s End
Next time is My Brain is Different: Stories of ADHD and Other Developmental Disorders and Blue Lock