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Join Cole Gallian, Miles Luna, Torrian Crawford, and Yssa Badiola as they discover the most surprising Anime of Winter 2020. more
Join Cole Gallian, Miles Luna, Torrian Crawford, and Chris Kokkinos as they discuss "Bad" Anime, Entertainment Epiphanies, and more on Fan Service. more
Fan Service previews the the Winter 2020 season. more
Was a great podcast really miss listening to it while working
I need more!
I love this show! It’s has introduced me to so many new series and has really helped get me through so difficult days. Listening to them talk about the series they love. Giving out cool facts and of course COLE EXPLAINS!!! I’m so happy it’s back :) if you want to listen to some passionate people talk about anime and give solid recommendations this podcast is great!
One of my favorite podcasts to listen too. The relaxed format allows me to listen more easily while at work. The weekly anime book club was fun and I’d be ok if they brought that back but I totally understand if they don’t because a lot of people have different tastes
Passionate and knowledgeable about the inner workings of animation production, they give great insight and are funny to boot. It’s like listening to good buddies talk about animation and graphic novels. more
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Fan Service launched 7 years ago and published 76 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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