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WWBUT 74 – Clownsexual

Somehow, Merri forgot until we were already recording that she read a book where one of the main characters is a clown. Naturally, we spent most of this episode talking about that. 

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Episode 173 – Fruits Basket Part One

We’re talking about the first half of Fruits Basket, Natsuki Takaya’s hit manga (and the first anime series) about the kindest girl you’ll ever meet.

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WWBUT 73 – Ladies in the Club

Did you know that Fruits Basket is super long? Well, we’re back with another short WWBUT episode to prove it. 

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Episode 172 – Skins

We’re taking a look at Skins, the hit series about troubled teens from Bristol.

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WWBUT 72 – Murder Bus

A WWBUT so short that Missy forgot she edited it. Join us as we discuss movies we can’t talk about without spoiling, cool crimes, and mafia romance.

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Episode 171 – Constantine and Constantine

We’re taking a look at John Constantine’s journey from comics to screens in Constantine (the movie) and Constantine (the show)! What genres are these? Who are they for? And more importantly: where are the politics?

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WWBUT 71 – Let Him Have a Hook

We’re talking about time travel romance, Star Wars saturation, and surprise Jenny Lewis vocals in this short peek at what we’ve been up to. What Missy’s Been Up To: Reading One Last Stop by Casey McQuistonLucifer Volume 1 by Scott Hampton, Peter Gross, Mike Carey, and others Listening To Song Exploder What Merri’s Been Up […]

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Episode 170 – Hellblazer

We’re taking a look at some of the iconic Hellblazer arcs! Join us as we discuss comic coloring, the history of Vertigo, what makes a super/hero, and whether John Constantine cares about anything at all.

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WWBUT 70 – Fake Geese Girls

It’s a light couple weeks for us. We’re talking about books from the 80s, books from today, and who Queer Eye is for.

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Episode 169 – The Vampire Diaries Seasons 5 – 8

We finally close out our time with The Vampire Diaries, examining how the show’s format contributes to its sometimes strange storytelling decisions, how the humanity switch intertwines with concepts of neoliberalism, and just how poorly this story treated Bonnie Bennett.