Tag Archives: Gundam

MS08 – Videoed Games



Michael and Peter take some time to reminisce about video games based on Toonami franchises, and pitch a fighting game.

If you’d like to submit a topic for discussion, a letter, or a memory you have of Toonami, you can contact us at hyperspacebroadcastspod@gmail.com, or find us on Twitter @HBpod and Facebook at Facebook.com/HBpod. We look forward to hearing from you!

Next week: Beast Wars Part 2, concluding the first season.


MS07 – TOM 2 Hype



Michael and Peter discuss a few upcoming shows that they’re excited to cover for various reasons, and talk about TOM 2.

If you’d like to submit a topic for discussion, a letter, or a memory you have of Toonami, you can contact us at hyperspacebroadcastspod@gmail.com, or find us on Twitter @HBpod and Facebook at Facebook.com/HBpod. We look forward to hearing from you!

Next week: Beast Wars Part 1


MS06 – Zaku II



In this week’s minisode, Michael and Peter discuss the anxiety of showing someone a piece of media you really like, as well as the difficulty of actually recommending shows like Tenchi in Tokyo in real life.

If you’d like to submit a topic for discussion, a letter, or a memory you have of Toonami, you can contact us at hyperspacebroadcastspod@gmail.com, or find us on Twitter @HBpod and Facebook at Facebook.com/HBpod. We look forward to hearing from you!

Next week: Cartoon Roulette Grab Bag


MS05 – Gundam Rock & Media Diets



Apparently Andrew WK made an album of Gundam music for the franchise’s 30th anniversary. This spurs some Andrew WK related memories, and a discussion of our recent media diets.

Here Comes Char AMV:

If you’d like to submit a topic for discussion, a letter, or a memory you have of Toonami, you can contact us at hyperspacebroadcastspod@gmail.com, or find us on Twitter @HBpod and Facebook at Facebook.com/HBpod. We look forward to hearing from you!

Next week: Tenchi in Tokyo Part 2


MS02 – Gundam Build… Divers?



In our second minisode, we briefly discuss the history of a strange artifact of anime’s slow transition to the US, as well as an exciting announcement from Sunrise, the studio behind Gundam.

Next week: Sailor Moon R: The Lost Episodes


E56 – G-Saviour



To celebrate a meaningless milestone, Michael and Peter watch a live-action Gundam movie. That’s right, it’s G-Saviour.

Mark Curran cheats on his wife, but he’s still the good guy. Meanwhile, Michael shares the story of how he acquired the DVD, Peter compares the movie to a SYFY original, and both hosts try to make sense of how bio-luminescence factors into the food-shortage plot.

Also included: G Gundam anticipation, an explanation of Bandai’s “Big Bang” project, the starting date of the Universal Century calendar

Next time: Sailor Moon R