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The Fujiko Telegrams: Lupin III Fujiko Mine 4

In the latest installment of The Fujiko Telegrams, wintermuted and dcbebop consider the changes made to the character of Zenigata. And they don’t approve of them.

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The Fujiko Telegrams: Lupin III Fujiko Mine, Episode 3

Wintermuted and DCBebop, our resident Lupin experts, continue their discussion of the new series. And this time, they disagree (just a little), on this episode introducing the samurai Goemon.

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The Fujiko Telegrams: Lupin III Fujiko Mine, Episode 1

A dialogue between wintermuted and ElectricV01 about the latest Lupin TV series, Lupin the Third: The Woman Named Fujiko Mine! First in a series of articles, episode 2 coming tomorrow, and the first dialogue-style article in years.

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Face Off: Mike, Ray, and Mori Meta-tate on Anime and Art

Yes, moritheil has become a discussion partner in this revival of our Face Off feature! Please enjoy this rather meta-level discussion about whether anime can…

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Face Off: Mike and Ray on “Candy Boy” and Artificial Yuri Sweetners

Mike: Candy Boy: 90% sugar. 10% kinky. 0% boy! Ray: It’s the sweetest thing – if only women were that great. In real life, I…

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Face Off: Ray and Mike Play the “White Album” and Riff on the 1980s

Ray:I’m wondering if I should continue to watch White Album. It’s…frankly, seemingly a little plain vanilla. Mike: You know, I think that’s a good description…

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