In this episode, Sanjo-chan talks about the ideal episode length of an anime series. We have the common 12 episode anime length as an "entry level", followed by the 24 episode variety (or 12 episodes split into two parts). Lastly, we have the uncommon 52 episode offerings. But when one should be con
Publish Date: Sep 09, 2021
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In this episode, Sanjo-chan talks about the ideal episode length of an anime series. We have the common 12 episode anime length as an "entry level", followed by the 24 episode variety (or 12 episodes split into two parts). Lastly, we have the uncommon 52 episode offerings. But when one should be considered lucky if their favorite anime are either Dragon Ball, Naruto, and One Piece from the very beginning.
"Ikari Strain" are special episodes within the Centaku Media Podcast where one topic is chosen and ripped apart in criticism in hopes of reaching those who can relate to the problems riddled within.
Addendums: Apologies in advance! I was so excited and recorded this episode on a whim, so there are a few inaccuracies when the episode counts are mentioned. However, this is what the show notes are for! While it may be an episode or two off, these are meant to prove the point of the discussion.
Danganronpa: 13 episodes instead of 12 mentioned
Cowboy Bebop: 26 episodes instead of 24 mentioned
Fullmetal Alchemist (2003): there are 51 episodes total
Dragon Ball (franchise): if you add Dragon Ball (153 episodes), Z (291 episodes), and Super (131 episodes), there are a total of 575 episodes
One Piece: the previously aired episode was #981 by the time of recording (7/6/2021), confirming the mentioned count
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