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Episode 19: God Save This Podcast

It's new episode day again, so you better grab the new one while it's hot!

In this episode of the ESH podcast, episode 19, MagicMysticGrl finally makes it to the show to add her two to three cents into the collective change purse...and it's about damn time.

Pandalicious shares her take on Kyo Kara Maoh or "God Save Our King!" I am not exactly sure how to describe this anime other than to say to you, "Magic Swirly Portal to the Demon Realm." If that doesn't pique your interest, nothing will. MagicMystic jumps in to help with some of the detailed specifics, so it's a really enjoyable little segment...you really shouldn't miss it. Then Panda bounces to take care of some school business so it's down to just MagicMystic and NinJaSista.

MagicMystic tackles the topic of anime fillers [specifically those in Naruto and Bleach] to stress to viewer why the bitching about fillers should stop and the appreciating should begin. Don't Be Hatin'! We get into character development, story bridging, and MagicMystic even offers you a few tips and tricks to get around fillers if they really get you down.

And then finally, NinJaSistah grabs the mic and sheds a little light on the Sept. 14th announcement that Nintendo made about the Wii. She and MagicMystic discuss what the price point and including a game means, how the virtual console and the true backwards compatibility mean more people will be interested in the console, and WIIople!! [WIIople are people too!] Oh yeah, we also talk a little anime in the mean time in between time. Then MagicMystic bounces to also attend to school work, which leaves NinJaSistah all alone. The ninja stands alone, the ninja stands alone, hi-ho the derry-oh, the ninja stands alone.

Sound interesting? We thought so. Enjoy!

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Rochelle "NinJaSistah" Hinds and Amanda "Pandalicious" Britton are the founders of ElectricSistaHood (ESH), and co-host of the network's flagship podcast, the ESH Cast. For nearly a decade, they have focused their journalistic efforts on video games and anime. That's - as the kids say these days - what's up.