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Blade Licking Thieves
Join us as we lick our blades, banter and ramble on, and provide in depth reviews of some of our favorite (and not so favorite) Anime, Kaiju, Martial Arts, Chambara, and Asian films. You can find out more about our show, all of our previous episodes, and our show notes at our blog: bladelickingthieves.wordpress.com
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 20 ratings
Amazing.
The energy and rapport of the hosts is god damn beautiful. One note of caution, however, is that suspect listening to this podcast got my buttocks pregnant.
fudgebutt via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 04/20/19
best eastern media podcast
A fresh and funny take on everything eastern media, from anime to tokusatsu, these group of friends discuss news, watch stuff and have a blast gushing or riffing over it, i've laughed so hard, listening to them, they truly deserve a listen if youve got the slightlest interest in asian...Read full review »
GetterDragon via Apple Podcasts · Chile · 01/12/19
Insightful and hilarious!
The BLT cast possess a wonderful chemistry that lends an extra level of enjoyment to what is already an incredibly informative podcast. The three hosts make for a good spread of opinions, experiences and thought processes, ranging from Grant's unabashed enthusiasm for the ridiculous (and...Read full review »
Amondrask via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/18/18
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