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Weekly Manga Recap

Quinn Larios & Nik Freeman
LeisureAnimation & Manga

Hosts Quinn Larios & Nikolas Freeman run down the new weekly manga chapters with an eye to critique while still going off on joking tangents.


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4.8 out of 5 stars from 251 ratings
  • Good stuffs bra and bralett. I wike mawhaga , it's true, it's true and and its gooood. L08ve you. Yup more

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    4 months ago
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    2 years ago
  • At least they think they are funny

    This podcast is hard to listen to. The hosts laugh at their own jokes (which are cringey at best) and barely know what’s going on in the books they cover.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Unfunny

    These guys are insufferable, they laugh at every dumb thought they have and it’s never funny, their jokes are never funny, they struggle to understand a lot of the manga they read, it’s just bad.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Drnova21

    My favourite manga podcast……..and my favourite podcast period. It’s really funny, really clever and, at times, Very very very smart. The two hosts always have great things to say. They know how to raise a good manga up and take a bad one down. If you love manga you need to start getting into weekly manga recap.

    Apple Podcasts
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