CLAMPcast in Wonderland is a podcast where two pals (Lucy and Robin) journey through the works of manga superstar group CLAMP—the creators behind Card Captor Sakura, X, Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, and so many, many more.

So here’s the plan: we’re going to read—and watch—everything CLAMP has published  (that we can get our hands on), and report back to you all. There will be some critique, tons of research, piles of history, and a fair bit of reminiscing.

We’re going to try to tackle things chronologically—meaning we’re reading projects in the order they were released, so if you’ve never read these series, or have been wanting to revisit them, this is a great opportunity to do that!

If you are new to CLAMP, don’t worry! We’ll try not to talk about future projects in anything but vague terms (there will be penalties when we break this rule) and we’ll be careful to avoid spoilers for future projects.

There will be spoilers for that week’s project, though, so make sure you’ve read up before listening—or be prepared to be spoiled!

Come, and join us through CLAMP’s wonderland!

Episode 47: Our Two-Year Anniversary CLAMPcast in Wonderland

No series discussion this week, but Lucy and Robin talk about recent CLAMP news (including the cancelation of the Tokyo Babylon anime), and how the podcast has changed over the last two years. Continue reading →
  1. Episode 47: Our Two-Year Anniversary
  2. Episode 46: Rayearth vol. 3 – Strength of Heart
  3. Episode 45: Rayearth vol. 2 – The Spring
  4. Episode 44: Rayearth vol. 1 – Summoned
  5. Episode 43: Miyuki-chan in Wonderland — Neverending


Lucy Softich is a writer and freelance editor, but is currently making her way through a Business degree. She [somewhat reliably] maintains the pop culture blog Lucy in Bookland.

Robin Kaplan is an illustrator, writer, and comic creator, whom you may know as Robin Robinson (for her picture books and KidLit graphic novels) or the Gorgonist (for her fantasy comics and illustration).

Will is our devoted audio editor and number one fan.

A. L. Kaplan made our fabulous banner, and has an excellent webcomic you should check out immediately!

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