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Because Science

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Anime fans rejoice, because this week Kyle Hill is answering some of your burning anime questions, like: How big can an Attack on Titan Titan actually get? How does Dragonball Z's Hyperbolic Time Chamber work? What's the extent of One Punch Man's strength? Kyle answers all this and more!

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