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Track-shun Anime Review

By Chris Swett

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Description

The Track-shun video podcast looks at the very latest TV anime releases to determine whether or not fans should look forward to (track) or ignore (shun) these series. The program is hosted by Chris Swett, and offers several native language clips from each anime series reviewed. Each episode covers three recent series from Japanese television and utilizes H.264 format for all devices. Links and info at Track-shun.tv.

Customer Reviews

I love this podcast!

This is a great podcast! I do a lot of traveling and having this on my iPod keeps me entertained the entire time. I really like how Chris explains what's going on during the clips and doesn't leave the viewers who aren't familiar with Japanese to just attempt to understand things on their own. I am a big anime fan and really love knowing about what's coming to the US and what I shouldn't worry about. I also really like that he has started to add subtitles to the clips. Kudos to him for taking on such a difficult task. Also, having been to Japan and speaking some Japanese himself, he has some wonderful insight. I have nothing but praise for this podcast. As I continue to watch, the episodes just get better and better.

Meh, it works.

Pretty good podcast. I have to admit, I love anime, and watching it in japaneese is pretty fun, but somehow this wasnt as great as I thought it would be. First off, I ended up staring at the guy's cat that's in the background while he was talking. I dont know why, but I couldn't help myself, it was just so much more interesting. So when he's talking and dissing the quality and whatnot, it's boring as hell. And that's most of it. But I gave it three stars for everything else. Some of the time, what this guy says is pretty good stuff, and I learn some stuff about anime that I didn't know before. Then there's the shows he previews, which are also pretty good, even the ones he doesnt like. Plus, that themesong of his was pretty cool. So, I give this podcast three stars, but that shouldn't stop you from watching an episode if you're interested in anime. Like I said, there is good stuff in there.

Pretty damn good

Good job of covering what's hot and what's not. Gave me the 411 on new anime.