Little Live Story

Little Live Story is a podcast of two nerds who turn an anime into a movie & a movie into an anime.

ERIC EGHIGIAN, Co-Host/Writer, Director, Editor at FSD Productions

Jared Chontow, Co-Host/Anime enthusiast


Listen Along To LLS On:

YouTube, Stitcher, Spotify, Soundcloud – More coming soon!

Jared has over 200 days of pure anime watching time, and Eric has a 1,300-strong DVD collection and editing experience totaling over a thousand hours.

Episode 1: “Dogmaball Z”/”The Gateinator”

Part 1: Kevin Smith’s Dogma is imagined as an anime while Dragon Ball Z is re-imagined as a feature film. Part 2: The anime GATE as a feature film, and The Terminator as an anime.

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