Reviews
This is one of my favourite manga podcasts - highly recommended! What I love most about it is that the hosts’ different backgrounds and geographical locations are often reflected in their discussions, making them more nuanced and interesting. Dakazu brings some excellent translation notes as...Read full review »
Vicki Dalton via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/07/21
I encountered a manga a few years ago and I for the life of me can’t remember what it was called. All I remember is that it’s not a new one but it was about these ninken clans that fought each other (?). I know that the main dog was taking his fathers place and he was in command of groups of...Read full review »
Cubone&NatutrainerLannisterfan via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/20/21
Best show I found this year, hands down. If you speak English and love manga this is the pod for you. Awesome compliment of hosts. Good production value. Thank you all for the knowledge!
Shimosan123 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/01/21
Whether it’s a new Shonen Series, historical fiction, or even BL, the cast is always entertaining to listen too, even if it’s discussing a genre you may not enjoy. So whether you read along with the long form series reviews, or just want to hear about what’s new in the manga world, this podcast...Read full review »
Joshua-Shane via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 07/03/20
Honestly surprised I just found this podcast now- feels like listening in with friends. Everyone seems well informed of the series discussed (both popular and lesser known titles are talked about) and the guests that appear are perfect for the topics mentioned. My only critique could be that it...Read full review »
Draymora via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/01/20
The Manga Mac crew have a great format with thoughtful hosts who all have different specialties and backgrounds. Darfox8 knows his shonen, Morgana’s got josei and horror down pat, Seamus focuses on mature, obscure, and indie stuff, and Dakazu is an all-rounder. Because Dakazu is able to read...Read full review »
LumRanmaYasha via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/27/20
I’ve only been listening to Manga Machinations for a few months, but I’ve really enjoyed what I listen to! Every one of the hosts bring a range of interests in terms of what kind of manga they read, especially dakazu who has the advantage of reading manga in Japanese and therefore titles that may...Read full review »
Definitely Not Colton via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/21/20
A great podcast covering a variety of topics not just manga, but also some anime and even live action adaptations. The hosts are interesting and each one has things he likes the most but can appreciate genres that aren’t to his taste and give pretty objective comments not just dissmis them...Read full review »
Militin via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/21/18
Found this podcast through their retrspective on goodnight punpun. Really like hearing them discuss the manga and its nice seeing them give love to manga that may be less known among fans of one piece or naruto.
Lazershow9876 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/27/18
This is one of the best podcasts I have listened to in years. I very much enjoy hearing what manga the hosts are reading each week, and the diversity in genres and subject matter always keeps me interested. Most of the series covered aren't mainstream, but that's what I love about this...Read full review »
Dwayne Cox via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/17/17
Manga Machinations provides in-depth discussion of each manga, almost scene-by-scene, where the hosts discuss not just what happens, but also how the story makes them feel. It's very fun to hear the hosts talk about whether they expected certain story twists!Read full review »
zptoronto via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 07/11/15
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