Yuri!!! On Ice – Overly Animated Podcast #294

By: Dylan Hysen

 

Dylan Hysen and Ally Martin discuss Season 1 of Yuri!!! On Ice including the finale, the season as a whole, and Yuri and Victor’s characters and their romance.

Dylan Hysen, a software developer from the DC area, hosts the Overly Animated podcast discussing everything animation.
 

3 Comments

  1. Steve December 22, 2016 at 7:48 pm

    Actually it is a Fall anime, not a Winter anime. The Winter anime season is from January – March, Spring anime season April – June, Summer anime season July – September, and Fall anime season October – December. That is the way it works in the world of anime.

     
    • Dylan Hysen December 22, 2016 at 9:18 pm

      Yeah Fall anime, good call. I was thrown off by it being 20 degrees outside lol

       
  2. MrBabynova January 22, 2017 at 1:13 am

    I actually kinda differ on your opinion in masculinity in Anime. I think Anime does a good job in having many male characters show their emotions, characters openly cry and express their emotions to others whenever needed. Usually when there is a male character, or a female one, that rarely showcases their emotions there is usually a reason behind that, unlike in western movies, I feel that Japanese animation go a great deal in humanizing these characters and making their utter lack of emotion outliers or products of society or their own actions. It’s not exactly bad to have characters like these, because they do exist. I myself have a very subdued emotional range. But just because they have these characters doesn’t necessarily make them toxic. You can have these characters, and you can counter characters to these characters, or you can have these characters, and develop them as extemes rather than the average. Toxic masculinity, I think, needs to have a definition change, as instead of hypermasculinity, its the glorification of masculinity but not the portrayal of it, because those people do exist, and not all of them are bad people.

     

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