Anime Is Weird, friends! We may have found the weirdest one by far. Or at least the creepiest. Find out what keeps us awake at night….
Join our heroes Stan, Andy, Chris AND special guest / friend of the show, Ryan, as we try to figure out the secret lore of Makura no Danshi (Pillow Boys!) without us losing our sanity in the process. Tread carefully and sleep tonight with a baseball bat – things are going to get really really weird.
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We hope you enjoyed Episode 4 and our review of Makura no Danshi! Stay tuned for Friday, June 3rd, where we review Toriko! Whaddup, Food Anime!?!
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