It's up! It's up! The subscription feeds to your favorite podcatcher ought to be working; I know it's already available on iTunes
You can also get it via stream in the boxity-box to your right, and by direct download.
00:01 - 05:52 Hey, it's an introduction segment! Here I thank all of the podcasts who've given this little corner of the Intarweb their support--all of them are located in the Legion of Super Podcasts on the right-hand side.
I then spend far too much time rambling about past glories and what got me crazy enough to try producing a show of my own. Jigoku No Video doesn't have its own page, unless you count the go-nowhere-do-nothing one that's little more than a placeholder on a crappy old Geocities account. Corn Pone Flicks has had a site for several years, and it's pretty darn good. I find that as time goes on JNV is increasingly associated as a part of CPF, but I really don't mind that. At least people still remember the crap I did nearly 20 years ago. But if you're interested in anime music videos, that I can still help you with.
This will be the feedback segment once I actually get some to use. Having a second episode is also an important part of the equation. Yeah.
05:55 - 12:05 My lame attempt at a news segment, which is devoid of anything important. Everyone else gives you breaking news about Gainax producers getting canned from their shows and the latest in bonehead business practices from Bandai Visual. Me? I give you fakery and white trash.
12:05 - 28:44 Ah, the meat of the program. I give you Westworld!
Crimes against fashion run amok in Medieval World.
"Aye, varlet! I am the evil Black Kni--hey, stop laughing."
Long story short, Futureworld is the story of a pair of investigative reporters snooping noisily around the recently reopened Delos resort where they uncover a plot to replace influential guests with robot doubles. There. Now you don't need to see it.
28:44 - 31:55 Promos for Destroy All Podcasts DX, Anime World Order, and Fast Karate for the Gentleman. I'll spread them throughout the show more evenly next time.
31:55- 32:36 Wrap-up and goodbye for this episode. The requisite groveling for feedback occurs. Next time around, I take a look at Hayao Miyazaki's paean to seaplanes and the Adriatic Sea: Porco Rosso.