This week, we’re talking about nerd culture as it relates to queerness, and how 2017 gives us a new perspective on the fiction of previous decades. Also, kill nazis, kill nazis.
Why is it so hard to aim with an analog stick? Who should play Flex Mentallo if they ever make a Doom Patrol movie? We answer these questions and more in this even-less-coherent-than-usual episode.
Will Keith ever return Ivy’s VHS copy of the Super Mario Bros. Movie? Find out in this slightly coherent episode!
Here is the link to the Polygon article about pikachu saying human words. It’s real upsetting. https://www.polygon.com/2017/11/7/16604212/pokemon-i-choose-you-movie-review-pikachu
Sorry about the weird release timing. I was unable to edit this and next episode until after the intended release date, so I’m dropping them both on a Thursday.
In this episode, we discuss Jim Henson’s terrifying acid trip, the Dark Crystal. Then we talk about the video games we’re playing, because everyone likes video games.
Keith and Ivy hammer out the details of a card-based sword fighting game.
The topics are all over the place this week, from D&D, to JRPGs, to a new concept for a card-based sword game.
In this one, we discuss Keith’s new D&D campaign, and the new narrative style they envision. Then, we discuss some of the most emotionally potent moments of the Adventure Zone Balance Arc finale.
We come full circle in this episode. It all comes back to making dumb Mall Cop jokes.
In this episode, we talk video games, RPG design, and the state of queerness in society. You know, the usual.
In this episode, Keith and Ivy try to talk about TV shows set in space, but then they get dragged in the the abyss of creative obscurity and queer representation. It’s pretty real, y’all.