Behold the final half, and by "half" we mean "105 minutes" of AWO Show 79 in which Clarissa goes to Detroit Metal City and Daryl largely glosses over the finer points of Queen Millennia.
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Let's News! (0:00 - 28:40)
More news on top of the previous news? Yeah, because stuff happened.
Review: Detroit Metal City (28:40 - 56:10)
[Clarissa starts stopwatch]
[stops stopwatch, checks time...still not quite 1 second or better :( ]
The opening of DMC is awesome, though it only fully encapsulates the nature of the series when combined with Negishi's terrible ending pop song. If you're curious to compare the anime with the live action movie, there's a PV of Satsugai here.
Review: Queen Millennia (56:10 - 1:43:51)
Daryl reviews what he declares to be the Leiji Matsumoto equivalent of a Michael Bay movie, though perhaps Roland Emmerich is a more apt fit. There's a lot of lore and history behind all of this, but he generally ignores it for the sake of focusing on the IMPORTANT THINGS. All screencaps taken from the R2 remastered anamorphic DVD, patched to include the English fansub by BOX on the subtitle track. They oughta release a version that's just a H264 encode from this.
Closing (1:43:51 - 1:51:27)
EE "Doc" Finnegan is presumably too busy unleashing the Terror of MechaBridezilla to listen to this podcast, but we'll still be her friend to the end, much like Chucky in the Child's Play movies. In the next exciting installment of AWO, we're trying something new because rather than having each person pick the title they wish to talk about, someone else will be choosing it for them! Daryl's up first, so he's decided to force-feed Gerald and Clarissa with Masaaki Yuasa because they won't do it themselves. As such, Gerald shall be reviewing Kemonozume and Clarissa will be reviewing Kaiba while Daryl opts to NOT review Cat Soup and instead talk more about Yoshiaki Kawajiri. So Goku: Midnight Eye's coming at'cha.