Hope you wanted a 20-minute summary of Hereditary, because WE’VE GOT IT. What were we up to during the great PNW Snowmaggeddon? A lot, actually.
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.
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.
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!
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.
We’re back with a special bonus episode on Life is Strange! You’ve probably heard us talk about it before, but with the release of episode five and a veritable ocean of tears, we thought we should revisit the game with our final thoughts, a discussion of the game’s tropes and themes, and whether we recommend it to others.
Merri and Missy are back with episode 22, on magical realism, heightened realities, and Life is Strange. As much as we yammer on about how this whole thing is a thinly veiled excuse to talk about Life is Strange, we also do discuss the perils of genre, what genre tells us (and what it doesn’t), and how genre lets us look at things from a new perspective. Also: SPOILERS. And for some reason Missy says noir comes before the 1920s. She meant that it comes after. She regrets this grievous mistake and the challenge it poses to her noir cred.