Monday, February 26, 2024

Episode 13: My Hero Academia – In Each of Our Hearts

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We made it. The season 1 finale of My Hero Academia? Does this make it our class final? Sure! Bee, Kelsi, and Stephen discuss the finale, what kind of animal Nezu is, toxic masculinity and more! If you have journeyed with us this far please take the time to leave us a 5 star rating and review and tell us about what you want to see in next season!

For more anime content check out Bee’s new show, Tabletop Otaku. Tabletop Otaku is presented by Origins Game fair where host Bee Zelda interviews game designers. They talk about the anime influences and what inspired these creative tabletop, boardgame and card games. Every Thursday at 6pm ET on https://www.twitch.tv/wasabianime

Bee  – @bee_zeldahttp://www.thebroadswords.com

Stephen – @the_baddmhttp://www.faeforgeacademy.com

Kelsi – @kelsidgarciahttp://twitch.tv/faeforgeacademy

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