Episode 88 - Ironside by Holly Black

A romantic conclusion, a debate over faerie morality, and a the weirdness of narrators - all contained in episode 88, on Holly Black's IRONSIDE!

To get right to the Ironside talk, skip to 00:18:00.

Warnings: Marked explicit for swearing, but also some brief mentions of sexual assault.

What Missy's Been Up To:

Reading:
Y the Last Man Volume 2 by Brian K. Vaughn, Pia Guerra, Jose Marzen Jr., Pamela Rambo, and Clem Robins

Watching:
Face/Off
Aggretsuko
Deadpool

What Merri's Been Up To:

Watching:
Digimon

Reading:
Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Cordova

Listening To:
TANIS
The Last Movie

Some Links You Might Find Interesting:
Interview: Holly Black by Slayground
Ironside Review by Nice Girls Read Books
An Interview with Holly Black at Daily Dragon
Ironside: A Modern Faery's Tale by Holly Black by The Bookbag

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Episode 87 - Valiant by Holly Black

Have you ever wanted to hear us talk a lot about having a troll boyfriend and a sword? You're in luck, because this week we're chatting about Holly Black's Valiant, in which those two basic human desires are satisfied. Also, how much is too much to show, why do we love monster romance, and finding ourselves in a story about finding yourself.

To get right to the Valiant talk, skip to 00:25:00.

Warnings: This one's marked explicit for a reason, folks. Alongside a bunch of cussing, you also have graphic discussions (by us and in the book) of drug use and some discussion of sexual assault.

What Missy's Been Up To:

Reading:
Y the Last Man by Brian K. Vaughn, Pia Guerra, Jose Marzen Jr., Pamela Rambo, and Clem Robins

Watching:
Dirty Computer
Emo the Musical

What Merri's Been Up To:

Watching:
Infinity War
The Shannara Chronicles

Reading:
We Could Plant a House, We Could Build a Tree by Like_a_Dove

Some Links You Might Find Interesting:
Stupid sexy monsters: why we like beastly romances by Kayleigh Robinson
Why Is Monster Erotica So Popular Anyway? By Lauren Davis

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Episode 86 - Tithe by Holly Black

Join us as we venture deep under the earth into a wild, fae bacchanal of excess and indulgence - or don't, because we're talking about Holly Black's Tithe in episode 86! As one of our favorite YA books when we were young adults, how did this shape the people we became? How did we handle the creepy parts? And what would we do if we found ourselves with an invitation to a faerie party?

To get right to the Tithe talk, skip to 00:15:00.

Warnings: A teensy bit of cussing, but some pretty frank discussions of sex and masturbation.

What Missy's Been Up To:

Reading:
Delicious in Dungeon Vol. 3 & 4 - Ryoko Kui

What Merri's Been Up To:

Watching:
The Shannara Chronicles

Reading:
Play to Win by enterprisingly

Some Links You Might Find Interesting:
Preorder Missy's book!
Let Me Tell You About My OC Series at Sidequest
Holly Black: An exclusive SCBWI Team Blog Interview!
Holly Black’s TITHE: Fine Teen Guilty Pleasure But Why Give It Children’s Awards? by Hammering Shield
The Moral of the Story: Young Adult Authors Speak on Morality, Obligation, and Age Appropriateness Michael DiCicco and Paula Taylor-Greathouse
The Reader Speaks Out: Adolescent Reflections about Controversial Young Adult Literature by Grace Enriquez

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Episode 85 - Lady Bird

Big dreams, small towns - is it our upbringing, or a discussion about Lady Bird? Fun fact: it's both! It's time for episode 85, all about Greta Gerwig's 2017 film Lady Bird!

To get right to the Lady Bird talk, skip to 00:34:00.

Warnings: We're cussing. We weren't going to, but then it happened. Oops!

What Missy's Been Up To:

Watching:
Jumanji
Ready Player One
Big Dreams, Small Spaces

Reading:
Sophie's World by Jostein Gaarder

What Merri's Been Up To:

Watching:
Clueless

Some Links You Might Find Interesting:
What big publishers can learn about representation from small games by Meg Jayanth
A Tribute to Lady Bird, Which Won No Oscars, But Was Still Hella Tight by Hunter Harris
Lady Bird Review by Sheila O'Malley
Lady Bird is fit to stand beside the most glittering examples of female coming-of-age films by Ryan Gilby
Lady Bird is not just one of 2017’s best films. It’s a beautiful, hilarious act of love. by Alissa Wilkinson
7 Teenage Girls and Their Moms on Watching Lady Bird Together by Anne Silman
Why the Mother-Daughter Relationship in Lady Bird Feels So Real by Anna Silman
Review: Greta Gerwig’s ‘Lady Bird’ Is Big-Screen Perfection by AO Scott

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Episode 84 - Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

Put on your sexy getting ready song, because it's time for our 84th episode, all about Crazy Ex-Girlfriend! We're talking about mental health (naturally), cringe comedy, and all our favorite ditties.

To get right to the Crazy Ex-Girlfriend talk, skip to 00:16:00.

Mistakes: Little Corvus just goes by Little Corvus! Totally Missy's mistake. Also, sorry about the audio fluctuations this episode; for some reason our mixer ports love to be weird. We'll keep an eye on that for our next episode and see if we can isolate the cause.

Warnings: Potentially triggering discussions of mental health, suicidal ideation, and suicide, plus cussing.

What Missy's Been Up To:

Watching:
Black Panther
Ladybird
A Wrinkle in Time

Reading:
Songs for the Dead by Andrea Fort, Michael Christopher Heron, Sam Beck, and Deron Bennett

Listening To:
Faculty of Horror

What Merri's Been Up To:

Watching:
Black Panther
A Wrinkle in Time

Some Links You Might Find Interesting:
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Creators Tell the Stories Behind 6 Songs From Season 3 by Devon Ivie
'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' Had 2017's Most Sensitive Depiction Of Mental Illness On TV by Samantha Rollins
The Hardest-Working Show in Show Business by E. Alex Jung
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s Darryl Is TV’s Most Darling Bisexual by E. Alex Jung
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s Darryl and White Josh Have the Healthiest Relationship on TV by Liz Baessler
‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Pulls Off Another Spectacular Ending by Liz Baessler

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Episode 83 - Emerald City Comic Con

Cons are tiring! Lucky for you, we're bringing our experience at this year's Emerald City Comic Con direct to your ears in case you missed it.

To get right to the ECCC talk, skip to 00:36:00.

Warnings: Cussing! Also some inappropriate discussions.

What Missy's Been Up To:

Playing:
Life is Strange: Farewell
Where the Water Tastes Like Wine (Missy's Review)

Reading:
The Hours by Michael Cunningham
Von Spatz by Anna Haifisch
Chevalier by Jess Taylor
The Past Increases, The Future Recedes by Matthew Erman and Jess Taylor
A Witch Named Finn by Sara Duvall
Breath of the Wild Child by Genue Revuelta
Fauns and Fairies by Trungles

What Merri's Been Up To:

Watching:
Star Wars: Rebels

Reading:
The Last Jedi Novelization by Jason Fry

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Episode 82 - The Good Place

Welcome! Everything is fine. Maybe. Because we're talking about The Good Place! Mostly, we're talking about philosophy, ethics, and our personal moral failings and strengths. It's a bit heavy.

To get right to The Good Place talk, skip to 00:14:20.

Warnings: This episode is censored, but contains numerous uses of "hell" as well as some conversations about the fear of death.

What Missy's Been Up To:

Playing:
Florence

Reading:
The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms by N. K. Jemisin

Listening To:
Witch, Please

What Merri's Been Up To:

Watching:
Riverdale
Star Wars: Rebels

Some Links You Might Find Interesting:

How The Good Place Goes Beyond ‘The Trolley Problem’ by Elizabeth Yuko
The Good Place: how a sitcom made philosophy seem cool by Andrew P Street
The Good Psychology In 'The Good Place' by Tania Lombrozo
Talking to a Philosopher About ‘The Good Place’ by Alison Herman
Searching for The Good Place Within America by Angela Yuen
No Rest for the Wicked in The Good Place Midseason Return by Emily Lauer

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Episode 81 - Life is Strange: Before the Storm

We're returning to Arcadia Bay in Episode 81 - Life is Strange: Before the Storm! How does the prequel compare to the original? Just how queer is it, really? Why is Missy so het up to talk about labor? Find out within.

To get right to the Life is Strange talk, skip to 00:19:20.

Warnings: This episode is uncensored, and contains some potentially triggering discussions.

What Missy's Been Up To:

Playing:
Eco

Watching:
The Good Place S1

What Merri's Been Up To:

Wizarding World of Harry Potter


Some Links You Might Find Interesting:

The Eco Diaries: We’re Not Very Good At This Ecology Thing by Joesph Langdon and Melissa Brinks
The Ongoing Voice Actor's Strike Is More Than Just a Little Drama by Ian Williams
SAG-AFTRA Reaches Tentative Agreement to End Video Game Strike
Hella Big Shoes To Fill: Deck Nine Games’ Zak Garriss on Life is Strange: Before the Storm by Melissa Brinks
Life is Strange: Before The Storm Ep. Two Captures The Recklessness of Teenage Crushes by Patricia Hernandez
Dread and Hope Characterize Life is Strange: Before the Storm Episode Two by Melissa Brinks

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Bonus Episode - Star Wars: The Last Jedi

It's time for another round of STAR WARS FEELINGS. This time, we're chatting about The Last Jedi, heroism, legacies, and why Rose Tico is the greatest.

Some Links You Might Find Interesting:

Luke Skywalker Isn’t Supposed to Be “Nice” by Emily Asher-Perrin

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Confronts the Temptation to Run Away by Natalie Zutter

Wow, People Are Really Mad at Poe Dameron by Emily Asher-Perrin

The Last Jedi Isn’t for the Fans by Andrew Kahn

How I Learned to See the Star (Wars) Through Rose Tico’s Eyes by Angel Cruz

Episode 80 - Coheed and Cambria + The Amory Wars

We're (mostly) wrapping up our pop-punk-inspired comic miniseries with episode 80, discussing The Amory Wars and Coheed and Cambria. It's…well, it's not our favorite, let's leave it at that. Join us for thoughts on misogyny, on emulating the past, and on how we actually don't really know anything about the technicalities of music.

To get right to the Coheed and Cambria talk, skip to 00:16:10.

Warnings: This episode is uncensored, and contains some potentially triggering discussions of rape.

What Missy's Been Up To:

Listening To:
Eating the Fantastic

Reading:
The Bloody Chamber by Angela Carter

Watching:
IT (2017)
Happy Death Day

What Merri's Been Up To:

Watching:
The Magicians
The Last Jedi

Some Links You Might Find Interesting:

Q&A: Coheed and Cambria's Claudio Sanchez on setting the Amory Wars aside for 'Color Before the Sun' by Ed Masley
SDCC Coverage Interview: Claudio and Chondra Talk THE AMORY WARS, Coheed And Cambria, And More! by Brandon Bloxdorf

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Episode 79 - My Chemical Romance, Umbrella Academy, and Doom Patrol

This is how we like to do it in the murder scene—if by 'the murder scene' you mean episode 79 and by 'like to do it' you mean 'talk about our great love for My Chemical Romance and Gerard Way's comics!' Equal parts fan raving, analysis, and discussion of why weirdness is a good thing, this episode is pretty much a love letter to one of our favorite bands. Enjoy!

To get right to the My Chemical Romance talk, skip to 00:17:00.

Warnings: This episode is uncensored, and contains some potentially triggering discussions of mental illness and addiction.

What Missy's Been Up To:

Watching:
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

What Merri's Been Up To:

Watching:
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
Marvel's Runaways

Some Links You Might Find Interesting:

The Many Bizarre Lives of DC Comics' Doom Patrol, 'The World's Strangest Heroes' by James Whitbrook
Gerard Way on the stranger side of DC Comics with Doom Patrol and Young Animal by Ernie Estrella
Tweet thread on Rebis
Heroes and Gyros: Gerard Way Bites into Doom Patrol by Tim Beedle
Until I’m Done Or Until I Get Fired: Gerard Way On His Plans For Young Animal [Interview] by Andrew Wheeler

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Episode 78 - Polarity by Max Bemis

Welcome to episode 78, in which we discuss Polarity by Max Bemis, the lyricist and vocalist for Say Anything, one of the major bands of our adolescence. We're talking about catharsis, about audience, and about hypocrisy, because Polarity is a lot to digest while simultaneously being very little.

To get right to the Polarity talk, skip to 00:27:00.

Warnings: This episode is uncensored, but we only decided that midway through. There are also some frank discussions of mental health concerns, if that's a distressing area for you.

What Missy's Been Up To:

Reading:
Dangerous Books for Girls by Maya Rodale

Watching:
The Shape of Water
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

Listening To:
Dames and Dragons

What Merri's Been Up To:

Listening To:
Mabel

Watching:
The Crown
Bright

Some Links You Might Find Interesting:

Patterns and Panels: How comics portray psychological illness by Katy Waldman
COMMENTARY TRACK: “Polarity”#1 With Max Bemis by Ryan Ingram
Say Anything singer debuts 'Polarity' comic in April by Brian Truitt
Say Anything Frontman Max Bemis on POLARITY by Paul Montgomery
Mental Health and the Media: its role, responsibilities and the key challenges by Emma Wilson


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Episode 77 - Pop Punk

We're returning to our roots in episode 77, all about pop punk, the music that made us the weirdos we are today. Despite all the pogoing and mashing, there's some serious questions to be had about the treatment of women in the genre, especially in light of recent allegations.

To get right to the pop punk talk, skip to 00:16:30.

Mistakes: Regina Spektor is not pop punk. Seriously, don't @ us. That one was a legit mistake, not a weird attempt to redefine the genre.

Warnings: This episode is uncensored and needs trigger warnings for frank discussion of sexual assault, abuse, rape, self-harm, and eating disorders.

What Missy's Been Up To:

Watching:
Coco
Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Reading:
Before the Devil Breaks You by Libba Bray

Listening To:
The Black Tapes

What Merri's Been Up To:

Watching:
The Runaways
The Crown

Some Links You Might Find Interesting:

The Rise of Emo Nostalgia by Jia Toletino
Where the Girls Aren’t by Jessica Hopper
Why Did We Justify The Misogyny in The Emo Scene? by Matthew Reyes
How the pop punk scene became a hunting ground for sexual misconduct by Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen
Pop-Punk Keeps Forgiving Sexual Harassers, to the Detriment of Its Teen Girl Fanbase by Maria Sherman
The End Of An Emo Era Is Breaking My Teenage Heart by Shannon Keating
Have You Encountered the Softboy? By Alan Hanson
Pop Punk Puberty by Megan Seling
How the Women of the Warped Tour Are Pushing Back Against Sexual Harassment by Lucy Westcott
No More Silence: Sexual harassment in the scene by Luke O'Neil
“They’re not superheroes” — exploring the mental health of your favorite musicians with the creator of Punk Talks by Bridget Jacqueline

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Episode 76 - Carmilla

Let's get spooky and a little sexy in episode 76, all about Carmilla! We're talking about how online media impacts who gets to tell stories, the legacy of our childhood faves, and branded feminism. Did you think this was going to be a light and fluffy episode? We did too, honestly. We're incorrigible.

To get right to the Carmilla talk, skip to 00:15:47.

Mistakes: Our discussion of gendered clothing and non-binary representation could be better—sometimes we discuss things that aren't in the outline, and our wording isn't as clear as we'd like it to be. What we mean in this discussion is that non-binary folks don't have to look a certain way to be non-binary; pop culture and fashion imply that androgyny looks masculine, but not everybody's identities align with that. A non-binary person is non-binary no matter what they wear. Both of us are cis, and we're willing to admit that we screw up sometimes; if you want to correct us about anything we said in this conversation, please do! We want to do better, and we appreciate the feedback.

What Missy's Been Up To:

Playing:
Tacoma

What Merri's Been Up To:

Listening To:
Tanis
Rabbits

Watching:
The Great British Bake-Off

Some Links You Might Find Interesting:

THE CARMILLA WEBSERIES: ON LESBIAN VAMPIRES AND CREAMPUFFS by Alex Cranz
The Lizzie Bennet Diaries: Adapting Jane Austen in the Internet Age by Silke Jandl (it's on JSTOR)
Lesbian Vampires & Kotex: How ‘Carmilla’ Became a Branded Digital Series Sensation by Todd Longwell
“Branded feminism is a bloodletting of the movement and it can no longer continue” by Bertie Brandes
OFF BRAND: THE LIMITS OF CELEBRITY FEMINISM by Andi Zeisler
The use of transmedia storytelling and the representation of LGBT community in Carmilla by Thalita Carvalho (from academia.edu)
Carmilla Rising: Adapting Le Fanu’s Novella In the Age of Social Media by Matt Foley

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Episode 75 - The Legend of Korra S. 3 and 4

It's time to put our Avatar miniseries to rest as we tackle seasons three and four of The Legend of Korra. What's up with gender roles? Why are we so het up about modernity? Where does the show succeed, and where does it fail?

To get right to the Korra talk, skip to 00:17:30.

Mistakes: Our audio got slightly out of sync and is sadly unfixable. The result is that it sounds like we're recording in a cave. You can, if you like, imagine us podcasting from an isolated cavern.

What Missy's Been Up To:

Reading:

Can I Pet Your Werewolf, edited by Kel McDonald

Watching:

Thor: Ragnarok

Listening To:

36 Questions

What Merri's Been Up To:

Listening To:

Tanis
Reputation by Taylor Swift

Watching:

The Great British Bake-Off

Some Links You Might Find Interesting:

Sleeps With Monsters: The Legend of Korra Saved My Sanity by Liz Bourke
The Legend of Korra Upgrades Avatar‘s Mythic Bending Epic by Scott Thill
The Psychology of Inspirational Women: Korra by Dr. Janina Scarlet
Zaheer: Why Kill the Avatar by Hello Future Me
‘The Legend Of Korra’ Book Four: Kuvira And The Rise Of Fascism by Juliet Kahn
Eschatology in The Legend of Korra by Taylor Ramage
Legend of Korra‘s Finale and the Problem With “Fan Service” by Emily Asher-Perrin
“Legend of Korra”‘s Final Scene Wasn’t Enough and Why We Must Demand More by Mey Rude

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Episode 74 - The Legend of Korra S. 1 and 2

Missy and Merri are back with episode 74, and we're talking about seasons one and two of The Legend of Korra! What's up with pro bending? Is the Avatar inherently good? Does Amon have a point? Find out our thoughts within!

Mistakes: During our conversation about non-benders, benders, and privilege and power, we mistakenly say that Asami is the only prominent non-bender. We forgot about Bumi! Oops.

To get right to the Korra talk, skip to 00:27:00.

What Missy's Been Up To:

Reading:

Delicious in Dungeon v. 2 by Ryoku Kui
In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto by Michael Pollan

Playing:

Life is Strange: Before the Storm episode two (Review)

What Merri's Been Up To:

Watching:

Stranger Things
Bojack Horseman

Some Links You Might Find Interesting:

The Legend of Korra Recap: A New Spiritual Age by Matt Patches
Politics and Privilege in The Legend of Korra by Kevin Wong
Use and Abuse of Power in Avatar: The Last Airbender by John Goodman

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Episode 73 - Avatar: The Last Airbender S. 3

It's time for episode 73! We're talking about Avatar: The Last Airbender season three, including the evolution of the themes of seasons one and two, two of the comics, and the question of cultural appropriation.

To get right to the Avatar talk, skip to 00:19:00.

What Missy's Been Up To:

Reading:

Delicious in Dungeon v. 1 by Ryoku Kui
The State of Play, edited by Daniel Goldberg and Linus Larsson

Watching:

Neo Yokio

What Merri's Been Up To:

Watching:

Neo Yokio
Bojack Horseman

Some Links You Might Find Interesting:

Maybe Playerunknown's Battlegrounds Is The Game Of The Decade?! by Tim Rogers
Avatar: the Last Airbender - The Delicacy of Character
sapphicreynas' tweet
Nationalism For Children: How 'Avatar: The Last Airbender' Explores Violence And National Identity by suraj lakshminarasimhan
Use and Abuse of Power in Avatar: The Last Airbender by John Goodman
A Guide To Cultural Appropriation Vs. Appreciation by Hota Katebi
Avatar: The Last Airbender: Bending Boundaries between Appreciation, Appropriation, and Adaptation by Alex Custodio


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Episode 72 - Avatar: The Last Airbender S. 1 & 2

Welcome to episode 72, in which we discuss seasons one and two of Avatar: The Last Airbender! Who's our favorite character? What themes capture our attention? What is it about Avatar that makes it such an enduring show? Also, what we were up to at GeekGirlCon!

To get right to the Avatar talk, skip to 00:25:00.

What Missy's Been Up To:

Playing:

Orwell

Reading:

The Tempest by William Shakespeare
My Monster Boyfriend, edited by C. Spike Trotman


What Merri's Been Up To:

Watching:

Neo Yokio

Some Links You Might Find Interesting:

The Women of ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ by Myrna Waldron
Everybody Loves Chakras: Musings of an Indian ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ fan by Ishita Basu Mallik

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Bonus Episode - PAX West and RCCC Recap

Time for con recap! After our first try at our last episode decided to scramble itself, we decided we'd record a bonus episode with con recap rather than starting entirely from scratch, so this time around we're telling you our favorite games of PAX West and our adventures at Rose City Comic Con. We're also sick, and this episode is a bit of a wild ride as a result. Also, Missy started swearing so this one's marked explicit. Sorry!

Mistakes: A Case of Distrust is more of a point-and-click adventure, not a visual novel. Genres are hard. Also, the podcast Merri's been listening to is called Dames and Dragons, not…whatever of the six thousand different names we tried to call it by.

Some Links You Might Find Interesting:

WWAC’s PAX West Awards: Smooching Our Way Through The Show Floor by Melissa Brinks, Stephani Hren, and Joesph Langdon
Hopi-less: How Kachina Became Donut County by John Walker
Critical Point Panel at RCCC

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Episode 71 - PAX and RCCC Interviews

After a lengthy convention break, we're back with episode 71, including interviews with Justin Kuiper, writer of Necrobarista, Mia Schwartz, artist and co-creator of We Know the Devil and Heaven Will be Mine, and Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher of Batgirl and Motor Crush.

Mistakes: We forgot to mention this in the episode due to that whole recording for the second time SNAFU, but we're going to take another week off because we'll be at GeekGirlCon. Our mini con recap episode will hopefully tide you over until we return on October ninth with part one of our Avatar: The Last Airbender miniseries!

Interview Timestamps

Justin Kuiper, writer of Necrobarista: 00:27:46
Mia Schwartz, artist and co-creator of We Know the Devil and Heaven Will be Mine: 00:38:55 Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher of Batgirl and Motor Crush: 00:51:13

What Missy's Been Up To:

Watching:

Ocean's 11

Playing:

Life is Strange: Before the Storm

Reading:

Dates! An Anthology of Queer Historical Fiction Stories: Volume 2 edited by Zora Gilbert and Cat Parra
Sail, written by Mark Stack, art by Jean Pe, lettering by Danny Djeljosevic
My Favorite Thing is Monsters by Emil Ferris
17776 by John Bois

What Merri's Been Up To:

Watching:

The 100

Playing:

Dream Daddy: A Daddy Dating Sim

Some Links You Might Find Interesting:

Hella Big Shoes To Fill: Deck Nine Games’ Zak Garriss on Life is Strange: Before the Storm by Melissa Brinks
Life is Strange: Before The Storm Hits Close To Home by Melissa Brinks

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