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Sprinklez: Episode 11: Attack On Titan (Netflix,Hulu); Sword Art Online (Netflix,Hulu); Harlock: Space Pirate (Netflix); Pocky

Episode Summary

Today's episode is Anime (Japanese amimantion) themed! I talked about three of my favorite anime available on streaming services. First off I talked about the epic adventure series, Attack On Titan (Season 1 on Netflix, Season 1 & 2 on Hulu). Then another adventure show, the oddly named but fascinating, Sword Art Online (Netflix,Hulu). Then I fill you in on one of the best Sci-Fi movies in the past ten years, Harlock: Space Pirate (Netflix). Finally the Tasty-Treat-Sensation is the delicious Japanese treat; Pocky!!!

Episode Notes

Hey Gang! Today's episode is Anime themed episode!!! I talked about three of my favorite anime series and movie that are on streaming services.

I can't say enough about the sprawling epic, ATTACK ON TITAN (Season 1 on Netflix, Season 1 & 2 on Hulu). Set in a fantasy world where cities have humungous walls built around them to protect them from man eating giants!!! Its so suspenseful it verges on scary but the incredible plot twists and characters will keep you coming back for more!

I go on to rave about another adventure show, the oddly named but fascinating, SWORD ART ONLINE (Netflix,Hulu). About a virtual reality game that players unwittingly get tricked into playing, with real life consequences. Very original and fun!

Then I cannot wait to fill you in on one of the best Sci-Fi movies in the past ten years, HARLOCK SPACE PIRATE (Netflix).

Finally the Tasty-Treat-Sensation for this episode is the delicious Japanese treat, POCKY!!!!

Tangents shows I mention in the show:
Battle of the Planets (Gatchaman, G-Force) Not on any streaming service. DVDs Available on Amazon
Spirited Away. Not on any streaming service. DVDs Available on Amazon, Target, Walmart
Princess Mononoke. Not on any streaming service. DVDs Available on Amazon, Target, Barnes & Noble
Tranformers. Not on any streaming service. DVDs Available on Amazon, Target, Walmart
G.I.JOE: Not on any streaming service. DVDs Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble