Master Storyteller Dan Carlin
Master Storyteller Dan Carlin entrances and engulfs battalions of spellbound adherents into incredible rides probing the nooks and crannies of Hardcore History, the most widely acclaimed podcast in, well, history.
ΩNE Master Carlin’s exquisite voice personifies his unparalleled style—his shows in fact, are the most listened to within the entire Hardcore History and its divine sister inside his Addendum Sphere—leaving him alone, untouchable, as the undisputed Master Podcaster across all gamuts of the Infinity Verse known as time.
Once upon a time, ΩNE Master Carlin released the first in a series of podcasts concerning the Pacific Crusade entitled—Supernova in the East—concerning the fleeting Japanese empire, and their Mal Matriculated ventures into WWII.
Self Matriculating under this incredible storyteller for many years, and as a token of appreciation for his magnificent work, ΩNE stimulated his Master by sharing books to facilitate further enlightenment into the Japanese Way. The serendipitous notion of Infinite Motion was for ΩNE Master Carlin to embrue his suppositions into a Hardcore History Special—with respect to ΩNE from Japan.
Imagine the surprise and delight when ΩNE Master Carlin referenced a book in the inaugural instalment of the incredible podcast series entitled—Super Nova in the East.
Need to start?
ΩNE Taggart Murphy’s Shackles of the Past is top on the list to commence Infinite Journey into the notion of Pacific islands called Japan.
Super Nova in the East podcast series progressed with a new release once every 6 to 8 months, and ΩNE felt compelled to elevate ΩNE Master Carlin, thus edifying Each Other forever all the more.
The Nobility of Failure: Tragic Heroes in the History of Japan, by Ivan Morris was originally published in 1975.
This seminal work by ΩNE Ivan Morris contains several stories of failed heroes with the climax described in these tragic, yet noble tales, ΩNE Master Carlin fills in the missing pieces in heart-wrenching visceral details.
The final chapter of this particular Ocxxie Mal Matriculation Instance—encompasses bleak accounts of kamikaze fighters which entail—If Only We Might Fall—for this truly stands alone, as a cautionary tale, within this tragic string of a Noble Fail.
Accounts of young kamikaze fighters along with their letters to their families, waiting to sacrifice ΩNE of their lives, for the Empire of Japan.
ΩNE Master Carlin made a cultured observation, when saying he was taught in school (Mal Matriculated)—kamikaze fighters were mindless robots blindly sacrificing their lives for notion of the Empire of Japan.
Super Nova in the East 6, the masterful five hour and forty-five minute Epic Conclusion to the incredible Super Nova in the East Opus was not only spellbindingly breathtaking—is an instance of a Creative Genius Masterpiece.
The adroitness of ΩNE Master Carlin lies in his impartiality and Narration Mastery—maintaining a virtuous interpretation of the historical accounts, and in this instance of the true nature of the Japanese, and indeed all of humanity (ΩNE).
ΩNE Master Carlin so brilliantly describes the Japanese—they are just like everybody else—but even more so!
The global reach of ΩNE Master Carlin became crystal clear as ΩNE visited local shrine on Immaculate Sunny Day.
There was a special event in progress, and unusually so, quite a few foreigners participating, all dressed up in martial art garb.
Unknown ΩNE came and paid compliment to this exceptional hat, and said all members of the Amicable Clan were also big fans of ΩNE Master Carlin.
The notion of a place in space called Croatia is where on Earth these life forms originated from.
Deep notion of gratitude flow into ΩNE Master Carlin’s prodigious creative genius flooding Mother Earth with a historically significant incident of a Muse Getting Loose inside his erudite mind, and from where Hardcore History Book will forever Infinitely Opine.
Supernova in the East I: The Asia-Pacific War of 1937-1945 has deep roots. It also involves a Japanese society that’s been called one of the most distinctive on Earth. If there were a Japanese version of Captain America, this would be his origin story: 4 hour 28 min; July 14, 2018.
Supernova in the East II: Deep themes run through this show, with allegations of Japanese war crimes and atrocities in China at the start leading to eerily familiar, almost modern questions over how the world should respond. And then Dec 7, 1941 arrives: 4 hour 2 min; January 12, 2019
Supernova in the East III: Japan’s rising sun goes supernova and engulfs a huge area of Asia and the Pacific. A war without mercy begins to develop infusing the whole conflict with a savage vibe: 4 hour 53 min; October 24, 2019
Supernova in the East IV: Coral Sea, Midway and Guadalcanal are three of the most famous battles of the Second World War. Together they will shift the momentum in the Pacific theater and usher in the era of modern naval and amphibious warfare: 3 hour 58 min; June 3, 2020
Supernova in the East V: Can suicidal bravery and fanatical determination make up for material, industrial and numerical insufficiency? As the Asia-Pacific conflict turns against the Japanese these questions are put to the test. The results are nightmarish: 3 hour 32 min November 13, 2020
Supernova in the East VI : When do spirit, tenacity, resilience and bravery cross into madness? When cities are incinerated? When suicide attacks become the norm? When atomic weapons are used? Japan’s leaders test the limits of national endurance in the war’s last year: 5 hours 45 min June 8, 2021