22 episodes

Have you ever wondered what others think of your Fandom, or maybe why they are so excited about a different Fandom? Let's Talk Fandoms' host Tezeta Gant sits down with friends and family to learn more about their history with different Fandoms. She dives deep into a multitude of Fandoms from all walks of mediums. Join in on the conversation as we discuss; our OTP's, fandom cultures, conspiracy theories, societies views, and much more. Twice a month Tezeta will dive deep into a new fandom topic with a new guest. Are you prepared to hear our thoughts? Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lets-talk-fandoms/support

Let's Talk Fandoms Tezeta Gant

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Have you ever wondered what others think of your Fandom, or maybe why they are so excited about a different Fandom? Let's Talk Fandoms' host Tezeta Gant sits down with friends and family to learn more about their history with different Fandoms. She dives deep into a multitude of Fandoms from all walks of mediums. Join in on the conversation as we discuss; our OTP's, fandom cultures, conspiracy theories, societies views, and much more. Twice a month Tezeta will dive deep into a new fandom topic with a new guest. Are you prepared to hear our thoughts? Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lets-talk-fandoms/support

    Let's Talk PEN15 w/ Kendra Beltran

    Let's Talk PEN15 w/ Kendra Beltran

    As much as we would like to forget, we all painfully remember our own teen years. This usually includes; puberty stress, family dynamics, middle school drama, and the nostalgia of the early 90's!

    This week Kendra Beltran, the host of CrushGasmPodcast, joins us to go through each episode of PEN15's season one and season two (part 1), including the animated Spring Break episode! We make sure to dive deep into each cringey yet nostalgic moment represented throughout the show. We share moments from our own past that linked us to some of the characters and moments. We also make sure to take note of the adults and parents that are shown throughout the series.

    Find Kendra Beltran on; Instagram: Sunny_Menagerie    Twitter: Sunny_Menagerie      Tumblr: SunnyMenagerie    Website: KendraWritesStuff    

    Find Crushgasm Podcast on; Instagram: CrushgasmPodcast     Twitter: CrushgasmPodcast     Facebook: CrushgasmPodcast    Youtube: CrushgasmPodcast    Website: CrushgasmPodcast

    Cover Art: @Psych_a_relic Intro Music: @RiRiRetro Remember to #KeepTalkingFandoms with us on; Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Anchor, and pop in to BuyMeACoffee.com/LetsTalkFandoms


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    • 2 hr 30 min
    Lets Talk Cooking Competition Shows w/ Lee-Sean Huang

    Lets Talk Cooking Competition Shows w/ Lee-Sean Huang

    Food has and will always be a major staple in everybody's life. As humans, we need food to keep us constantly active and living. Even if you aren't the most "food educated" we all have feelings and conversations about food. Along with this, the idea of watching somebody else cook has been a growing phenomenon for many decades. The ability to watch someone else make an exquisite (or even simple) dish that later you could attempt to replicate in your own home is exciting and can make food more enjoyable.  Cooking shows have been the corner stone to educational television since their conception. Later cooking shows would became repolarized with the technology boom of the early 2,000's. With heavy hitters such as; Julia Child, Jamie Oliver, Rachael Ray, Martha Stewart and many more. It is no wonder the world fell in love with food through the screen.

    This week I am talking with Lee-Sean Huang, a food lover in his own right. We hangout and talk about how food and the ability (or lack of abilities) to cook shaped our childhoods. We discuss how food played a major role culturally, along with how we we observe different calibrations and festivities depending on the food options (if their are any at all). We really get into the topic of Competitive Cooking Shows and what does it actually mean to be a contestant on one. What are the crazy tactics TV Programs are taking in order to keep peoples attention when cooking. Are they loosing the thing viewers love most of the shows (learning how to cook), or are they targeting an audience that is less interested in learning and more interested in the shock value of the competition?

    Find Lee-Sean Huang:
    Instagram: LeeSean    Twitter: LeeSean     Facebook: LeeSean     YouTube: LeeSean       Podcast: DesignFutureNow

    Cover Art: @Psych_a_relic Intro Music: @RiRiRetro Remember to #KeepTalkingFandoms with us on; Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Anchor, and pop in to BuyMeACoffee.com/LetsTalkFandoms


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    • 1 hr 53 min
    Let's Talk Reboots and Recreations w/ B.J Frost

    Let's Talk Reboots and Recreations w/ B.J Frost

    Okay! We gotta sit down and talk about all these live action films Disney is creating! Why do entertainment companies feel they need to reboot and revamp some of societies favorite shows and films. We have seen extensions/continuations of; That's So Raven (Raven's House), Boy Meets World (Girl Meets World), Cinderella (Countless Reimagines), and many more.

    In this episode, I sit down with author, B.T. Frost and talk about the different reboots and recreations we loved and hated. We talk about the many mistakes made with the many Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (animated series, movies, and live actions). We dove deep into the Netflix's The Mandalorian and how stunning the creation and story building was handled. Along with discussing our many views on why big corporations put money into remakes, reboots, and  recreations. Is it just for money? Is it a way to please the fandom/fan-base? Are there other underlying factors we haven't thought about?

    Make sure to heave over to Amazon.com and pick-up a copy of B.T Foster's second book in his Detective Runewall series.
    Book 1: Uncut Gems -- Book 2: Grave Secrets
    Instagram: @Author_BT_Frost   --  Twitter: @BTFrost1


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    • 1 hr 44 min
    Let's Talk Sharing Fandoms with Families w/ Jennifer and Patrick Joy

    Let's Talk Sharing Fandoms with Families w/ Jennifer and Patrick Joy

    For some people we share EVERYTHING with our families and for others we are more reserved, but Fandoms are something that are universally passed down through generations (even if we don't initially think so). When we think about the music we heard around the house, the first time we went to the cinema, or even our first Sunday morning cartoon sessions. Most of these are directly chosen or influenced by our parents, cousins, grandparents and even siblings. It is obvious that even if later in life we don't outwardly share our Fandoms with our family, it is clear that we do share them with our chosen family. Our partners, friends, and children. How many times have your heard some one (or maybe even said yourself) "I can't wait to show xxx this!" I usually hear it from friends about their future children. In the same way that we share meme's, videos, and articles our families shared records, VHS' and original shows.

    I got to sit down with Jennifer and Patrick Joy this episode and dive into their own history with Fandoms from when they were young kids. They also give us a lot of insight on their own ideas of expressing and sharing their Fandom interests with their own children. Expressing how they try and balance between encouragement and excitement when sharing their interests with Reagan and Rianna Joy.

    Cover Art: @Psych_a_relic Intro Music: @RiRiRetro Remember to #KeepTalkingFandoms with us on; Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Anchor, and pop in to BuyMeACoffee.com/LetsTalkFandoms


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    • 1 hr 40 min
    Lets Talk World Building with Jody Aberdeen:

    Lets Talk World Building with Jody Aberdeen:

    In this day and age, you would be hard pressed to find someone who had never heard of the sport Quidditch, known why a Vampire's skin sparkles, or what the Hunger Games are. All of these creates have designed a world that is bigger and much longer lasting than themselves. Even when it comes to the most novice of fans, we can all agree that there are just some fantast worlds that have imparted peoples real lives. We know how conventions where people can come together, talk about these worlds, characters, and elements as if they had experienced it first hand. Many colleges and universities around the world have had Quidditch as a sanctioned and recognized sports, while multiple high schools around the UK and Canada have changed the name of many classes to appeal to a fandom filled audience (ex. Botany - Herbology, Chemistry - Potions). Now beyond all of this, we have to think about how it all started, where it all started, and who started it?

    My guest this week is Jody Aberdeen. He is a an author, story consultant and a professional ghost writer. He sits with me to talk about how to start creating, building, and outlining a new world. What does it take to create the magical world of Harry Potter, or the horrific reality of a government who implements the Hunger Games? How do we, as average joes, makes something out of nothing?

    Find Jody Aberdeen: Podcast @Ghostwriter and Pup Podcast, Amazon: Jody Aberdeen, Instagram@, Twitter@ Learn from Jody Aberdeen: WordPress, ThinkiFic

    Cover Art: @Psych_a_relic Intro Music: @RiRiRetro Remember to #KeepTalkingFandoms with us on; Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Anchor, and pop in to BuyMeACoffee.com/LetsTalkFandoms


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    • 1 hr 39 min
    Let's Talk LGBTQIA+ History in Entertainment Media w/ Lennon Gross

    Let's Talk LGBTQIA+ History in Entertainment Media w/ Lennon Gross

    Alight, we are all wildly aware of the toxic and over drawn stereotypes that have plagued the LGBTQIA+ community when it comes to creating a "gay character" in a books, films, tv shows, ect. Well, we are fed up with these "larger than life" and incredibly damaging stereotypes that seem to paint all LGBTQIA+ characters as one note.

    This week I invited some who I have admired for a long time due to their history and education within the LGBTQIA+ field. Not only are they a constant active activist in the community, but they have expanded my own ideas of what is truly means to be an ally for gay culture, gay representation. Lennon Gross joins us to talk through our collective history of knowledge when it comes to gay culture and how entertainment media has represented LGBTQIA+ characters, celebrities and TV personals. We go deep into our brains to pull out information from over 50 years ago, and discuss how characters and TV personalities were represented, treated and even poorly written. Now, we also make sure to point our the many changes we have seen (positively and negatively) in the last 10+ years that have really helped me move inclusion and diversity when it comes to gay characters forward. We made sure to point our some "heavy hitters" that really helped pave the way and put a stamp on history for some newer and more inclusive shows/films.

    Find Lennon Gross on Instagram @Lemon.Grass.Studios

    Cover Art: @Psych_a_relic Intro Music: @RiRiRetro Remember to #KeepTalkingFandoms with us on; Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Anchor, and pop in to BuyMeACoffee.com/LetsTalkFandoms


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    • 1 hr 50 min

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