The crew watches the seminal anime classic, Akira. Widely influential and the film that opened up the American market for Japanese animation, but is it actually good? Does it hold up? Find out.
The crew watches that Netflix version of Death Note that no one seems to really like and we don't really understand the hate.
The crew welcomes Lillian McKinney to discuss Samurai Gourmet, the most wholesome and relaxing show to ever grace Netflix, or any platform. This episode attempts to be wholesome and relaxing, but that proves too tall an order.
The crew rings in Manga May with the incredibly gory cult classic, Ichi the Killer. Lacey Day doesn't watch it because she can't handle the depravity, so Allen and Gerald are left to hash out their very different feelings about this one. But the talents of Lacey Day aren't wasted, as this is the only podcast that discusses both Japanese gore cinema, and just how much of a li'l bitch Cory Matthews was in his treatment of Topanga.
The Four-Color Film Podcast is part of the Flickering Myth Podcast Network.