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Method to Madness Podcast: Mouse

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Episode 113: “Toilet Cosplay”

Mouse was another one of those almost-good ideas. You want more Lupin III? Of course, we all do! How about a little fan service mixed in? Now you’re talkin’… How about ALL THE FAN SERVICE. Now we’ve ruined something beautiful.

Every staple fetish is covered in this show, starting with a female cast who are barely covered themselves.





In the Method to Madness podcast, Sean “The Grey Ghost” Ryan and Kevin “The Business” Gray discuss the great anime that you should be watching and the shameful anime we know you’re watching instead.

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Sean Ryan

Blogger, podcaster, and your new best friend: Sean Ryan, aka The Grey Ghost. Host of Alpha Counter and the Method To Madness podcast. Sean's produced content for online networks that no longer exist, like the Team Sportscast Network and GotGame. He now contributes to Anime 3000 and I Just Had a Terrible Thought... Pray for them. Twitter: @thegreyghostnet

2 comments

  1. Maximillian

    Never liked Mouse much, but it’s good to hear all the jokes about it.

    By the way, I see you guys casually mentioned Speed Grapher, huh?

    I thought that was decent, if obviously rather creepy and disturbing in terms of the subject matter and all the resulting horrors, both mental and physical. Still, worth at least one watch. Don’t know what you think.

    Now, RahXephon is a bit confusing at first and the initial batch of episodes sort of misleads you into thinking the show will be closer to Evangelion than it actually is.

    Not that it doesn’t take many cues from the Eva series, because they are still there, but RahXephon is far less of a psychological exploration of depression and emotional fallout and, in fact, ends up being a love story instead. Which is good, since Eva was a little too messed up in that area.

    1. Sean Ryan

      I’ve seen at least the first episodes of Speed Grapher and I honestly still don’t know what to think about it. I keep meaning to see more, but never have much time. It’s one that I know Kevin would like to cover for the podcast, so we may discuss it at length soon.

      All the above goes for RahXephon. I’m learning that I’m not the only one who has that reaction to it. I’ll probably end up borrowing Kevin’s DVDs again soon.

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