Author: Andy Hanley
Andy has been writing for UK Anime since 2006, and was the site's editor-in-chief until August 2017. Contrary to popular belief, Andy is not actually a robot.
UK Anime Network Podcast - June 2017
With spring on the cusp of having well and truly sprung, Elliot and Andy convene to look back on the current season of anime, voice their anticipated shows of the summer, and of course catch up on all the latest news.
You can listen to or download the podcast right here and now via the embedded player above, or you can also download the podcast and subscribe on iTunes as well.
0:00:00 - It begins...
0:02:15 - Have have we been up to? First up, Andy talks about the first Sound! Euphonium novel
0:11:00 - Amagi Brilliant Park
0:17:00 - Elliot delves into the Fairy Tail manga, which ties into Humble Bundle news
0:29:15 - The news proper!
0:33:00 - HIDIVE - another new anime streaming service
0:56:30 - Fate/Grand Order US launches 5AM UK Time on 26th June
0:57:00 - Main Feature: We wrap up the spring season with our thoughts
0:58:30 - Alice & Zouroku
1:06:45 - Anonymous Noise
1:12:45 - Attack on Titan Season 2
1:19:00 - Eromanga-sensei
1:24:45 - How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend ♭
1:30:30 - My Hero Academia Season 2
1:39:15 - Rage of Bahamut: Virgin Soul
1:43:15 - RE:Creators
1:51:45 - Sakura Quest
1:59:15 - Tsukigakirei
2:07:00 - What are we excited about from the summer season?
2:15:30 - Close that podcast down
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