What’s a friend of the A.A.A.? Friends are other podcasts, websites, and organizations which shares mutual support of the A.A.A. Podcast. This can be via host-swaps, link sharing, commercials on the podcast and more.
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Anime 3000 is a large anime site with all kinds of goodies. From reviews, interviews, previews and blogs there’s something for everyone to enjoy. From their site: “Anime3000.com’s goal is to create a thriving anime and manga community. There are a number of activities and opportunities available for our visitors. Participate in discussions, create your own blog, question prominent members of the anime and manga community though our Anime 3000 Panel Twitter Segment and win monthly anime and manga.”
Anime World Order
One of the largest podcasts about anime around. In their own words, “A podcast all about Japanese cartoons and comics as discussed by three self-proclaimed experts in the world of anime and manga! Plus anime news / reviews, coverage of classic anime, hentai / yaoi, and much, much more. Updated every week. We hope.”
The Avant Card Show
A show about the Magic the Gathering card game in a casual multiplayer setting. Five weekly hosts discuss the game, decks, rules, and whatever else comes to mind. Their website also contains forums, magic the gathering web comics, direct downloads for the podcast and more. A friend of the A.A.A. if you’re into MTG and you’re anywhere from a new beginner to a veteran experienced player give them a listen!
The Console Aliance
We at Console Alliance love reading about interesting news from the gaming world. However most gaming news sites are done by people who are not life long dedicated gamers. We decided that we would create a this branch of Console Alliance and deliver you the news we think you would love to read about. We seek out and interview or review cool and interesting subjects and we also scour the internet and magazines to bring you the latest and greatest of news in the gaming world.
The Decoration Disorder Disconnection Podcast
The Decoration Disorder Disconnection Podcast is a podcast that covers anime with emphasis. Our hosts Bakuhasu, Flags, Grim Reaper Hei, and The Suspicious Red Lamp covers all that is anime oriented material. From Seiyuus to TYPE-MOON, it’s the DDD Podcast!
Fan Base Radio
From their “About” page on their website: “We are FanBase, w4cy.com’s premier show about Anime, Video Games, & Comic Books, Here you can find listen and enjoy all our past shows. Be sure to catch us live on w4cy.com ever Thursday from 4 to 6 pm. “We put the random in fandom“
The Girl Nerd’s Podcast
A show which contains a girl nerd, a guy nerd, and a gay nerd. Think they got it all covered right? Their “Nerd Cred” covers multiple “nerdy” aspects of life, like video games, cosplay, anime and more. Anime reviews, video games and more!
An unofficial podcast for all things Gundam and Mecha. If it has pilots, over-sized robots, big explosions caused by those robots, and everything else mech this is the place for you because these guys have seen it all. Fulfill your mech cravings with this podcast! Reviews of mech animes, discussions on mech related news, and more! You can find their podcast on itunes, or it can also be found on their website.
The L33t Str33t Boys
If an anime otaku were to begin a band honoring their fandom it’d likely end up being something like the L33t Str33t Boys. Their debut song in 2007 at Connecticon, “Yuri The Only One” whose lyrics and anime style music video is simply about as awesome as it sounds. The band “…centers around a prep school punk singer (Matt), a metrosexual elf guitarist (Justin), a lesbian healer bassist (Rose) and a fire breathing dragon drummer (D-Dos).” With the name being a spoof on “The Backstreet Boys” you already know these guys are going to rock. In February of this year they released their self titled “LeetStreet Boys” debut album and is currently performing around the North American Convention Circuit. You can download their songs off iTunes, and learn more about them and read their webcomics at their website.
This is the next step for Metanorn, a three year old aniblogging site that has been around specifically for fangirling animanga and everything in between. Don’t know what to watch from the current anime season? Looking for some good recommendations for eye candies and mind bogglers? Let Kyokai, Jrow, Foshizzel, Hato and Metanorn Team cover all bases for you. Join us, as we obsess over anime, manga and games including their every perk: plot, music, bishies, bijins, lolis, shoutas, moe and what not! After all, we take fangirling seriously!
Nothing is better than hearing it from the creator of the Nerd Nexus Website: “Face it, everyone in the world is nerdy about at least one thing (I’m even looking at you jocks, if you can absorb information like Ken Griffey Jr.’s batting average during night games being played in open air stadiums during the second game of a three game series…then yes, you are a nerd). So now that we agree that we are all nerds, welcome to nerd nexus, where your borderline psychotic obsessions with even the most inane things are entirely acceptable. Television, movies, videogames, music, Sci Fi, anime, books, comedy…we know you like these things, (to an insane degree) so do we, so much so that we’ll be dropping some mad science (or maybe just posting some articles) about all things in the nerd universe.”
The Otaku Momentum
Another anime podcast, from their own website: “What is an otaku momentum? Aside from a snappy title, it’s how I ended up making this podcast. I went from watching Outlaw Star and Cowboy Bebop several years ago on Cartoon Network to having enough dvd’s to make a small cabin using the storage cases. Why the hell do I do this? Its an otaku’s momentum.”
The Real Life Gamer
We pride ourselves on a zero bias Review style. We review Each game on its own merits. We also understand that some games are made for certain gamer’s, And we take that in to consideration during our reviews.
Were here to make a friendly gaming community. So every one get involved and spread the word!
In their own words it’s a podcast pretty much about everything. From their web page: “I would like to welcome everyone to the Row Row Fight Da Powah podcast blog! We are a podcast for the people by the people. We have a very colorful cast of hosts for the podcast. We are a podcast that talks about anything and everything. We will talk about anything from, movies to games, to pretty much anything and everything under the sun and anything out side of this world.”
SuperOrange is devoted to making nerdy tees for people who breathe. Veiled and not-so-veiled fandom references abound, with new designs almost every week, there is always something new to wear. This is gear to feed your fan addiction. Take your nerd cred to the next level, because wearing clothes is fun…sometimes. *Friends of the AAA podcast can use coupon code “addict” for 5% off the order total. Keep calm and Nerd on!
Yaya Han is a costume designer, model and cosplayer. If it can be made out of fabric and other materials to be turned into a prop or costume not only is she able to do it but she’s also able to model it flawlessly. Her “About Me” Page on her website says it best, “Yaya is one of only few cosplayers in the world to build a business in this hobby-ist community, but even after a decade of success, she strives to stay true to what got her into this field originally – fun and creativity. To this day,Yaya has made a myriad of costumes in the genres of anime/manga, video games, sci-fi and of course from her own original designs.” She’s traveled to different countries, hosted a multitude of workshops and attended over 50 conventions! If you’re a cosplay enthusiast she’s not one to miss.