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Ghost in the Shell with Billy (CommanderCast)

Future tech heavy police states where still a thing of the future when we recorded this episode I swear. Can we please go back to simpler times where almost everything in Ghost in the Shell was fictional instead of just the tech?

Listen in as Billy from CommanderCast joins the show and through the power of recording way ahead of time we blissfully think that there’s no way that Ghost in the Shell could ever actually be happening in the real world. Please tell me we were right about that, even if it’s a lie.

Learn such things as:

  • Is this anime really as good as the fans say it is?
  • How can you do a tie in licensed game well?
  • What’s the secret to getting beautiful anime cut scenes?
  • And so much more!

If you want to be a guest on the show please check out the Be a A Guest on the Show page and let me know what you’re interested in.

If you want to help support the show check out the Play Comics Patreon page or head over to the Support page if you want to go another route. You can also check out the Play Comics Merch Store.  Use the coupon code “ireadshownotes” for 15% off your order.

Play Comics is part of the Gonna Geek Network, which is a wonderful collection of geeky podcasts. Be sure to check out the other shows on Gonna Geek if you need more of a nerd fix.

You can find Play Comics @playcomicscast on Twitter and in the Play Comics Podcast Fan Group on Facebook.

You can find Billy’s writing CommanderCast, or jump straight to his latest article which looks at the use of Squirrel creatures in Magic: the Gathering Arena or this older article that looks at the use of Zombies and zombie hoards, or listen to him in the second part of their 400th episode.

A big thanks to Match Club, as well as The Wheel Weaves for the promos today.

Music by Best Day, who thinks anime is a type of sushi roll.

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