WATCHMEN Ep4 🥚 Discussion & Review Podcast | If You Don’t Like My Story, Write Your Own

Lube Man, Excalibur, mystery eggs, trauma across generations, religions and legacy, babies and centrifuges, Superman origins, the Oklahoma Bombing – there’s plenty of yolk underneath the shell of this episode, If You Don’t Like My Story, Write Your Own.

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WATCHMEN Ep3 🦸‍♀️ Discussion & Review Podcast | She Was Killed by Space Junk

What lies in the great beyond? We discuss that, as well as the ‘Comedienne’, the nature of sequels, director’s visions, caged owls, ‘second premieres’, comic release valves. Where? Why, on this discussion and review podcast for Watchmen episode 3, She Was Killed by Space Junk.

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WATCHMEN Ep2 🍅 Discussion & Review Podcast | Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship

Non-linear history, ensnaring institutions, reformism, propaganda, moving beyond ‘nothing every ends’, and some very cockeyed theatre – even more to discuss than the premiere! This discussion and review podcast for Watchmen episode 2, Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship, surveys all that, and more!

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WATCHMEN Ep1 👮🏾‍♀️ Discussion & Review Podcast | It’s Summer and We’re Running Out of Ice

Tulsa, squidfall, bonus HBO material, a Rorschach cult, masked cops, Jeremy Irons mysteries, racial inversions, Hooded Justice, appropriation, all this and more is discussed in this discussion and review podcast for Watchmen episode 1, It’s Summer And We’re Running Out of Ice.

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An Essay on TORCHWOOD: ALIENS AMONG US (Series 5)

Neo’s written essay on TORCHWOOD: ALIENS AMONG US (series 5).
How does following up four TV series with an audio series work? How coherently was the chaos in Cardiff realised? Between alien refugees, police brutality, sex viruses, and a recurring motif of fake representation, just what did the series come together to say?
Plus a ranking of the twelve episodes!

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An Essay on TORCHWOOD: MIRACLE DAY (Series 4)

Neo’s written on essay on TORCHWOOD: MIRACLE DAY (series 4).
Why did the season feel like it was plotted for five episodes, when it was actually plotted for thirteen? Was going to America an iterative move forward, or a misstep? What kind of social commentary was at play? And just how involved was Chris Chibnall?
Plus a ranking of the ten episodes!

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