“A Talk on Titan” Podcast

Recently, a Who Cares About Anime listener approached me and asked if I would like to sit in on an episode of his own podcast centered around Attack on Titan (2013–). After listening to some of the host’s previous installments and coming to the conclusion that, like yours truly, he revels in intelligent conversation concerning anime, I quickly signed on to talk more about the work’s themes and characters, and also other titles including Fullmetal Alchemist (2003–2004), The Devil Is a Part-Timer (2013), and, surprisingly, Inuyasha (2000–2004).

How did a conversation concerning Attack on Titan steer us towards these other unrelated titles? How could I blabber even more about this series after already hosting an hour-long podcast dedicated to it? Am I secretly a fan of Poyopoyo (2012)? You’ll simply have to listen to this installment of A Talk on Titan to find out! (How cool of a name is that?)

There’s more to this YouTube channel than podcasts! If you’re looking for a good source of healthful speculation or interesting insights concerning the manga and upcoming new season of Attack on Titan, then you may want to consider subscribing to “WhyBuffet” in the very near future!

Thanks again to my own listeners and readers, and to fans of WhyBuffet who chose to sat in on ol’ Jonny Lobo’s ramblings; and, of course, a big thanks to my gracious host for inviting me in the first place. Who knows? We just might have to do something like this again someday!

– J. G. Lobo

© 2016

Click on these links to follow WhyBuffet on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. As I understand it, he is very receptive to listener comments and questions to be addressed in future podcast episodes.

About the author

J. G. Lobo

Majoring in film studies and minoring in fields related to communicative studies and English literature, J. G. Lobo graduated with honors from the University of Nebraska. In addition to his other filmic endeavors and academic ambitions, he has since begun viewing anime through various cinematographic and scholarly lenses while inviting others to do the same.

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