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Friday, December 29, 2017

Capcom Girls, Ep. 1: Junko Needs to Sleep

Join Junko Tamiya, Tamayo Kawamoto, Kumi Yamaga, Harumi Fujita, and Manami Matsumae during their Famicom days at Capcom. They discuss life's greatest mysteries like artistic motivation, the consequences of marriage, and where to get the best deals on eel bowls. 



Cast:

Narrator: Josh Adachi

Junko Tamiya: Darby Danielle Campbell 
Instagram: Darby_Danielle_

Twitter: @thisisemeralds


Kumi Yamaga: April Echlin Contact: info available in the credits of the episode


Tamayo Kawamoto: Emily
Twitter: @Keyglyph

Manami Matsumae: Kara J Kemp

Nobuyuku Matsushima: The Diad

Eel Chef: Ed

Big Boss: Cameron Chiles

Executive Producers:

Plot Holes:
Josh Adachi





8 comments:

  1. That was one of the strangest, most wonderful things I’ve ever heard.

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  2. Great job everyone! This turned out really well. My compliments to Josh especially, as I know how hard he worked on this bad boy.

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    1. Thanks the Diad! Why's it gotta be a boy though.

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    2. Great job everyone! This turned out really well. My compliments to Josh especially, as I know how hard he worked on this [NASTY WOMAN].

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  3. Wow! Awesome! I can't believe the dream of Capcom Girls has finally become a reality!

    This creative project is so niche, that it really feels like a privilege to be a member of its small target market. It was like receiving a personalized gift from someone who, ya know, like really gets you. In fact, I felt like the inclusion of music from Ide Yousuke Meijin no Jissen Mahjong was put there specifically just for me. It was a delight to hear Josh's imagination of the lives of the Capcom Girls back in the early days of their careers. I loved having all these familiar podcast voices do the voice acting for the characters. And of course, the soundtrack, was AMAZING. This all was a real treat.

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  4. Oh man, this was SO GOOD! I had a big dumb grin on my face the entire time. I love how you essentially made a backstory for the legendary Capcom Girls picture (which still mesmerizes me to this day). I wouldn't be surprised if the personalities of the composers here were close to how they actually acted back in the day. Give yourselves a nice pat on the back, you deserve it!

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