Anime Diet Radio Episode 2 – More Spring 2007!

Well, here we are, with the second podcast of Anime Diet Radio (or Scattered Cels Podcast #12)! This time, Jeremy’s back, and he talks a lot about his favorite shows this new season, and Ray and I follow up with some shows we talked about last week. Prominent sections include Hayate no Gotoku, Romeo X Juliet, Gigantic Formula, El Cazador de la Bruja, Sola, and Lucky Star. There are a lot of subsections in this podcast, so use iTunes and use those chapters if you get lost. 🙂

Once again, there were a lot of amusing outtakes that are worth preserving. I’ve assembled them all into one outtakes file above, and broken them up into chapters as well. The outtakes talk about FLCL, fansub memories from the pre-BitTorrent age, Excel Saga, the definition of shoujo, and Japanese broadcast standards. (Download the file from if you are receiving this podcast only through iTunes.)

We welcome your comments and questions–leave them in the comment section of this post, and we’ll answer your questions as best we can on the air! Thanks.

Show Notes
–OP: “Uninstall,” from Bokurano
–ED: Death Note ED
–Fans confront the Bandai Visual USA CEO at SakuraCon, news link here. (
–References to “the club” and “grab bag” are referring to the anime club that I belong to (and Jeremy runs) called Anime Souffle! We are based in Los Angeles, and if you’re in the area you are more than welcome to join us. See our page here! (

Author: gendomike

Michael lives in the Los Angeles area, and has been into anime since he saw Neon Genesis Evangelion in 1999. Some of his favorite shows include Full Metal Alchemist, Honey and Clover, and Welcome to the NHK!. Since 2003 he has gone to at least one anime convention every year. A public radio junkie, which naturally led to podcasting, he now holds a seminary degree and is looking to become Dr. Rev. Otaku Bible Man any day now. Michael can be reached at You can also find his Twitter account at @gendomike.

3 thoughts on “Anime Diet Radio Episode 2 – More Spring 2007!

  1. Could you supply maybe an mp3 version of your podcasts, for those of us who have not drunk Apple’s Kool-Aid?

  2. I’ve been looking into ways to set up two separate feeds–one for AAC and one for MP3. Personally, though I do understand that iTunes is a bit bloated and can’t be run on Linux, I do think the chapters feature of AAC is very useful for our podcast. But now that I know there are folks who want MP3, I’ll redouble my efforts to seek a good solution for everybody. (I’m still learning the ropes on Podpress/Wordpress…)

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