Monday, February 26, 2024

Anime Attache Season 2 – Episode 17: Mushroom Samba

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It’s time for some Ed and Ein! Get your corgi butts ready as we talk about how perfect Ein is. Seriously. The perfect character. Fight us. Plus we discuss racism, harmful Black stereotypes in media, and how much we love when the crew of the Bebop eats mushrooms!

Bee and Stephen are back this week with more Cowboy Bebop as we step into the past of Jet! We talk about the artistry of the show, racism in media, its effect on the larger culture, and why this is one of our favorite episodes of the show so far!

Don’t forget if you want to hear our thoughts on Season 1 of My Hero Academia just go back to season 1! And don’t forget to leave us 5 corgi butts and a review.

Bee  – @bee_zelda – http://www.thebroadswords.com

Stephen – @the_baddm – http://www.faeforgeacademy.com

Kelsi – @kelsidgarcia – http://twitch.tv/faeforgeacademy

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