Episodes

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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Episode 37 - Guilty Pleasures

We’re back with episode 37, discussing all of our deepest, darkest, guiltiest pleasures. What is a guilty pleasure? Should we feel guilty for consuming media? What’s up with hate-watching? Is Missy truly the pettiest girl alive? All this and more, including a decidedly dark turn as we discuss the US presidential election.

What Missy’s Been Up To:

Reading:
  • Patsy Walker AKA Hellcat by Kate Leth and Brittney Williams
  • Toxoplasmosis by Melanie Gillman

    What Merri’s Been Up To:

    Watching:
  • The 100
  • Daredevil

    Some Links You Might Find Interesting:

  • "Decoding the artistic inspiration behind 'Daredevil's gorgeous season 2 posters" by Gavia Baker-Whitelaw
  • "An Open Letter to Trump Voters from His Top Strategist-Turned-Defector" by Stephanie Cegielski
  • “Against Guilty Pleasure” by Jennifer Szalai
  • 'Hate Watching' Is Mostly Just Being Embarrassed by Your Own Tastes by Madeleine Davies
  • Episode 36 - Apologies

    We’re back after a whirlwind weekend at Emerald City Comicon with a late episode on apologies. What makes a good apology? How do you learn from your mistakes? Aren’t we all just too oversensitive? (No. No we’re not.)

    As a heads up, this episode contains spoilers (with warnings) for The 100 and Star Wars Rebels. There are also spoilers for Life is Strange and Supernatural, which we forgot to warn for—they’re vague enough that you might not notice, but we probably ought to let you know anyway.

    Mistakes: When Merri says that Felicia Day died, she means her character. Felicia Day is alive and well.



    What Missy’s Been Up To:

    Listening To:
  • The Message

    Reading:
  • The Diamond Age by Neal Stephenson
  • Another Castle by Andrew Wheeler and Paulina Ganucheau
  • Dirty Diamonds, edited by Kelly Phillips and Claire Folkman

    Playing:
  • Undertale

    What Merri’s Been Up To:

    Watching:
  • Star Wars Rebels

    Some Links You Might Find Interesting:

  • Dave Filoni Interview With IGN
  • Jason being asked about Shawna Benson lurking online forums and responding with a non-answer
  • Sorry Not Sorry: How to Non-Apologize by Laura Beck