[YGO: TAS] Little Kuriboh interviewed on Otakast Radio

November 22, 2009 at 6:21 pm | Posted in Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged Series | Leave a comment
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Screenshot from LittleKuriboh's Otakast Announcement

Little Kuriboh just wrapped up a brand-new interview earlier this evening with Freek of the Otakast Radio Network. In addition to talking about the beginnings of Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged Series and some of his potential future plans, LK gives many interesting tidbits not discussed in his previous interviews. For example, did you know that LK was once interested in abridging Dominion Tank Police, one of the first anime shows that he got into, along with Tenchi Muyo? Or that he has considered working with a hentai series, minus the hentai, in an attempt to extract a coherent story from the show? (Seriously!) Did you know that there’s a Big Kuriboh?

One of the unique aspects of this interview was LK’s ability to field questions from a live chatroom audience, as well as from listeners who phoned in to the show’s hotline. This, of course, led to some bizarre moments and questions about pie flavors and someone who swore that he/she washed LK’s car. And naturally, a certain person had to call in repeatedly to deliver loud, flamboyant messages to LK.

The interview is available for streaming or downloading on the Otakast Radio Network, hosted on BlogTalkRadio. Give it a listen!

And be sure to also check out Little Kuriboh’s Otakast announcement video on YouTube!

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