Mathew Sarpraicone and Ethan Ayala are back after a week off as they have a lot to discuss. They talk about the unfortunate passing of Kayaharuka, along with other news. They review their first anime movie on the show called, Josee, The Tiger, and The Fish as well as To Your Eternity and Tokyo Revengers. The summer season has begun as they talk about what has impressed them so far and what hasn’t.
Their First Movie Review: Josee The Tiger And The Fish, Plus Initial Thoughts on the Summer Season
About Talk the Keki
Welcome to the Talk The Keki Podcast! Where your hosts Ethan L Ayala and Mathew Sarpraicone talk about all things anime. Take a listen to hear weekly coverage and reviews on the latest seasonal anime, coverage of anime news, and hear our suggestions on new or classic anime that we bet will make you feel everything you want from a show.
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About Ethan Ayala
Ethan is a new, but passionate weeb. He watched anime briefly as a kid (Dragon Ball Z, Sailor Moon, Pokémon), but began watching anime full time in January 2018 with Naruto Shippuden. The pandemic lockdown afforded him the opportunity to binge a bunch of shows, so here he is today. Ethan’s favorites include shonen and slice of life. If it’ll make him cry or jump out of his seat in excitement, that’s what he’s about. He has also slowly been picking up Japanese as a third language as well and can speak small phrases and understand many words thus far.
About Mathew Sarpraicone
Mathew has been watching anime for over 20 years, and now wants to share his love of anime with fellow listeners. Mathew is fond of various genres of anime but will be fully invested if there’s great writing, character development, and animation. Due to his love of Japan when it comes to its culture, wrestling, and animation, he’s looking to learn about the language itself. If you like wrestling, you can check out his other podcast called Suwama Station, which covers All Japan Pro Wrestling on Youtube.