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Birthed from the demise of the Kaiju Apostle Podcast, “Saved by the Belial” reunites co-hosts Chris and David to discuss the universe’s greatest superhero: Ultraman! With only three minutes to discuss each episode, will they be able to say what they need before the color timer runs out? Will Chris grow sick of Ultraman? And why is Ginga no Uta an absolute bop? Stay tuned to find out! Episodes are released biweekly. Official podcast partner of the Tokusatsu Network: http://www.tokusatsunetwor ...
 
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Sorry for the delay in an episode this week. This should help clear things up. Also, it's hilarious the night we have an important announcement, we run into some substantial recording issues. AKA why we switched to Riverside.fm from Squadcast.fm months ago and haven't looked back. Extra music: Onion March by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound…
 
We start our journey through the Ultra Q zone with tales of terrapin trauma and more cats than you can shake a stick at... When David and Chris, the bonafide Belial Buds™, asked Mr. Roebuck to be on the show, they didn’t realize what manner of mayhem would ensue, including…well…do you really want to be spoiled? Episodes covered: Defeat Gomess! Goro…
 
As the Belial Buds™ finish their bloody marathon with the last batch of Ultraseven adventures, they ask themselves, “Where have these episodes been all their lives?” From crucifixions to Veggie Tales to Herman Melville, there are no topics left untouched this time around. Episodes covered: 39. The Seven Assassination Plan: Part 1 40. The Seven Assa…
 
We’ve finally reached the batch of episodes where David quit watching Ultraseven. Is it because of the quality of the show, or was it burnout? And why in the heck haven’t we seen more Crazygon?! Episodes covered: 30. Glory for Whom? 31. The Flower Where the Devil Dwells 32. The Strolling Planet 33. The Invading Dead 34. The Vanishing City 35. Terro…
 
A wild Bonus Episode appears! Chris and David choose Rob! Rob uses "Great discussion about mental health." Bonus Episode counters with "Neon Genesis Evangelion." It's super effective! We had a blast talking with Rob. Now LISTEN to Rob. CORRECTION: David brings up a book in the conversation called A Call to Christian Formation. He really meant to sa…
 
This is what you get when Rob from Tokyo Lives joins the Belial Buds: Mustaches. Motorcycles. Mullets. Monsters. ultraMEN. Too MANY jokes about buttholes. M's the word. Also, I just came up with Belial Buds. This needs to be a shirt. Episodes covered: 21. Pursue the Undersea Base 22. The Human Farm 23. Search for Tomorrow 24. Return to the North! 2…
 
It only took roughly twenty episode descriptions for me to lose my creative steam. Maybe before this one goes live, I’ll come back to it. Maybe not. But hey! We’re talking about the King Joe two parter! Episodes covered: 11. Fly to Devil Mountain 12. REDACTED 13. The Man Who Came From V3 14. The Ultra Guard Goes West: Part 1 15. The Ultra Guard Goe…
 
With Kyle being such a WHOge Dr. Who fan, it only made sense to talk about the series and have him try to sell David on trying out the franchise again. Conclusion: it worked. Also on the table: Godzilla vs. Kong, MCU (surprise!), and what it’s like being the geriatric editor for Nerdist. Kyle’s Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/kyledanderson Doctor W…
 
In a world…with countless Ultra hosts…one man reigns supreme… His name? Dan Moroboshi. More importantly, Kyle Anderson, Nerdist’s senior editor, joins us for a rip-roaring good time. Seriously, we had a blast, and we hope you do as well. Oh, and our Ultraman Foundation/charity Patreon is live! For more information, click here. Episodes covered: The…
 
Nothing like having recording a podcast episode where by the time it releases, you (David) prove yourself wrong several times: The Lord of the Ring books ARE better than the movies and yes, I did rush out to see Black Widow. Also, we were right: Loki is great. Topics discussed: confusing Gridman with Ultraman; Dragon Ball GT; Ultraman critiques; to…
 
It's time to leave the (TV) Land of Light and dive into the world of Marvel’s Rise of Ultraman! Discussing this new take on the giant of light with us is Alex of Monsters vs. Men, and as always, hijinks ensue. Oh, and Alex's favorite kaiju Skydon returns! Issues covered: Issues 1-5 of The Rise of Ultraman Writers: Kyle Higgins, Matthew Groom Inkers…
 
Wait, it's time to finish Ginga S already?! That's what happens when there are only sixteen episodes, I suppose. So the question is: does the show stick its landing, or do we find ourselves demanding (more)? And Chris watches his first Ultra-movie! Episodes covered: 9. “A Life to Regain,” Director: Yoshikazu Ishii, Writer: Hisako Kurosawa 10. “The …
 
When Koichi Sakamoto takes the reins for Ultraman Ginga S, the direction changes, but is it for the best? Is Ultraman Victory a worthwhile addition? And what theological connections does Chris make this time? Time to Ultra-smash that play button! Episodes covered: “The Power to Open the Way,” Director: Koichi Sakamoto, Writer: Yuji Kobayashi “Ginga…
 
We enjoyed having Eric from Monsters vs. Men on so much we decided to keep the conversation going! Topics discussed: Eric’s journey from film snob to toku fan; whether films and shows are as effective in encouraging change compared to literature; fandom obsessions, expectations, and how this can shape one’s identity; Eric’s journey through the MCU …
 
Joining us for some spicy shenanigans is Eric Neely of Monsters vs. Men infamy! This episode contains: 50g of mispronouncing character names, 20mg of confusing the main antagonist with a legendary Pokemon, and 100% good times. Please listen responsibly. Episodes covered: 7. “The Monster Competition,” Director: Yuichi Abe, Writer: Akira Tanizaki 8. …
 
We made it to the New Generation era. First stop: Ginga! Does this show deserve the hate it gets? Does Hasegawa's writing work for us? And why are nut shots such an effective comedic trope? Plus: medicine balls. Let her rip! Episodes covered: “The Town of Falling Stars,” Director: Yuichi Abe, Writer: Keiichi Hasegawa “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” Di…
 
We did a bonus episode with Pri, because otherwise, the actual episode would have been two hours! Topics discussed: religion and crucifixion imagery in the Ultraman franchise, era-elitism, Ultraman Z, theories about Trigger*, old-school Toonami, the live-action Gundam movie announcement, and of course more MCU/Falcon and Winter Soldier discourse. *…
 
When you schedule your first podcast guest, it only makes sense to have one of the most welcoming and passionate Ultraman fans out there, right? Thankfully, our friend Pri agreed to join us for the final episodes of Ultraman, and we had a blast! Onward to Ginga! Episodes covered: 31. “Who Goes There?,” Director: Yuzo Higuchi, Writer: Taro Kaido 32.…
 
Remembering Jessica Walter. The Marvel Cinematic Universe. Healthy social media usage. Are we even an Ultraman podcast anymore?! (Of course we are. But someone really needs to Ultra-slap us into Ultra-shape.) Episodes covered: 21. “Breach the Wall of Smoke,” Director: Yuzo Higuchi, Writer: Taro Kaido 22. “Overthrow the Surface,” Director: Akio Jiss…
 
We made it to episode two! And they say it couldn’t be done! (For the record, no one said this.) Chris experiences a Jissoji episode for the first time, David botches the dad joke he's been holding onto for weeks, and we think up the best kaiju idea ever. Episodes covered: 11. “The Rascal From Outer Space,” Director: Kazuho Mitsuta, Writer: Tatsuo …
 
For our first episode, we start with the original Ultraman from the 60s, and things get crazy pretty quickly. From mullets to childrearing to our love of Pigmon, there’s little we don’t cover! Oh, and we mispronounce “Baradhi,” because of course we did. Episodes covered: “Ultra Operation #1” “Shoot the Invader” “Science Patrol, Move Out!” “Five Sec…
 
We learned our lesson with our last podcast: instead of recording an introduction episode a year later, why not do it in the beginning? It probably helps we are more prepared this time around. That said, this episode goes over why we transitioned from Godzilla to Ultraman, the show structure, our history with the Ultraman franchise, and our partner…
 
A new (Atrocious) Ultraman podcast, coming at you from the Land of Light. First episode airs March 8th. Ending music: “Ultraman Theme,” composed by Kunio Miyauchi, arranged by Kweer Kaiju. Have listener feedback? Need prayer? http://www.atrociouspod.com/contact For more info, visit http://www.atrociouspod.com…
 
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