Beamcast

Beamcast is the official Shonen Beam podcast. Each episode contains discussion of the latest shonen news, analysis of the newest shonen manga chapters, and a variety of special features. Beamcast airs Monday each week, covering the biggest stories over the last week in shonen manga.

Beamcast – Episode 84

Beamcast – Episode 84

6 by / on February 20, 2014, 8:06 pm / in Beamcast

On today’s show: Robin takes charge (One Piece 738), Rukia limps over the finish line (Bleach 569), and Obito fools no one (Naruto 665).

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Beamcast – Episode 83

Beamcast – Episode 83

2 by / on February 17, 2014, 10:24 am / in Beamcast

On today’s show: The simplest romance ever (Toriko 266), the difficulties of a rushed ending (Beelzebub 239), character development for everyone (Assassination Classroom 77), overpowered young chefs (Shokugeki no Souma 58), and the trouble with living (UQ Holder 22).

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Beamcast – Episode 82

Beamcast – Episode 82

5 by / on February 14, 2014, 5:00 pm / in Beamcast

On today’s show: Would-be heroes try to fill the void left by the downed protagonists (Naruto 664), and Rukia’s troublesome development continues (Bleach 568).

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Beamcast – Episode 81

Beamcast – Episode 81

4 by / on January 16, 2014, 2:13 pm / in Beamcast

On today’s show: The final contestants in Corrida Colosseum are set (One Piece 734), Renji’s familiar new Bankai fails to impress (Bleach 564), and Madara ticks all the “routine villain” boxes (Naruto 661).

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Beamcast – Episode 80

Beamcast – Episode 80

0 by / on December 19, 2013, 12:06 pm / in Beamcast

On today’s show: Madara vs the tailed beasts (Naruto 659), Franky’s solo assault (One Piece 732), and Renji paling in comparison to Mask (Bleach 562).

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Beamcast – Episode 79

Beamcast – Episode 79

0 by / on December 16, 2013, 7:45 pm / in Beamcast

On today’s show: Oga’s painful emotional growth (Beelzebub 232), a fresh start for an ailing series (Toriko 261), diverse and exciting cooking skills (Shokugeki no Souma 52), a series rapidly losing direction (Nisekoi 103), and a promising debut (Iron Knight 1-2).

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