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    Multiversity Manga Club Podcast, Episode 22: “Tokyo Ghoul”

    By , and | November 2nd, 2018
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    Welcome to Multiversity Manga Club! Each month your intrepid hosts Zach Wilkerson, Emily Richardson, and Walter Richardson will pick a new series to discuss, usually focusing on the first few volumes. It’s like the old Manga Club, but for your ears! But that’s not all: each month we will also discuss the past month’s worth of chapters in various ongoing series we are currently reading, usually those running in Weekly Shonen Jump. Our twenty first book club pick is “Tokyo Ghoul” by Sui Ishida. Join us next month for a discussion of “Pluto” by Naoki Urasawa.

    Follow our hosts on Twitter, @wilkerfox and @cosmosofcourse.

    You can subscribe to the show by clicking here, or download it by clicking here.

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    Walt Richardson

    Walt is a former editor for Multiversity Comics and current podcaster/ne'er-do-well. Follow him on Twitter @goodbyetoashoe... if you dare!


    Zach Wilkerson

    Zach "The Mercenary" Wilkerson may sometimes act like he hates comics, but he generally enjoys them, mostly. Ask him about his encyclopedic knowledge of the Kingdom Hearts series and follow him on twitter @wilkerfox.


    Emily Myers

    Emily is one of the hosts of the Manga Club podcast. Her main weakness is that she continues to acquire more and more books, comics, and video games despite an already immense backlog. Find her on Twitter @1000Throws and remind her to read that series she's been sitting on for five years before getting into a new one.


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    Multiversity Manga Club Podcast, Episode 42: January 2020 in Shonen Jump

    By and | Feb 7, 2020 | Podcasts

    The Multiversity Manga Club is switching up formats yet again! This episode resembles previous episodes in that we’re looking back at the month of January in Shonen Jump, with a particular emphasis on “One Piece,” “Chainsaw Man,” and “The Promised Neverland.” So what’s the big difference? No Zach, I’m afraid. But don’t worry, if you […]

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