2017 End of the Year Wrap-Up
Jacob and Matthew take a look back at 2017, talking about our favorite characters and ethical questions from the year, and where we think we dropped the ball. We also look ahead to 2018, talking about what we are most excited about and what we are most concerned about, in terms of movies and TV coming to us in the next year.
As we wrap up the year, here are some of the other content creators we think you should check out!
Becky Allen: She was our guest on our episode on Star Wars and the Hero’s Journey, You can find and purchase Becky’s books at her Goodreads page, or follow her podcast, Rachel and Becky Judge Things.
Stealing the Remote: A great podcast where a guy watches movies with his mom.
JP Fairfield: Our guest on The Ethics of Arrows, she is a co-host of Nerdgasm Noire Network, a podcast featuring 5 nerdy women with strong opinions.
MCU Podcast: The definitive podcast about the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
DC on Screen Podcast: The definitive podcast about the DC Universe, on movies and TV.
372 Pages we’ll Never get Back: A hilariously critical podcast book club about Ready Player One.
Welcome to Nightvale: One of Jacob’s favorite podcasts, a twice-monthly podcast in the style of community updates for the small desert town of Night Vale, featuring local weather, news, announcements from the Sheriff’s Secret Police, mysterious lights in the night sky, dark hooded figures with unknowable powers, and cultural events.
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The second season of Superhuman Public Radio has started, and its creators Max and John are back to talk about it!
In honor of the late Sheldon Menery, we ask: What is Rule Zero – his philosophy that any game should start from a place of shared expectations – and what can it teach us about building community?
Caged Bishop Cosplay joins me to talk about his experience as a blerd (black nerd), intersectionality in fandom, and our shared love as masculine folks for Barbie.