Every other week, three people who read Animorphs as kids and one who didn't read and discuss another book in the series.
Secrets of Camp Whatever: The Doors to Nowhere
We've knocked loose the cobwebs and dusted off the microphones to talk to Chris Grine about his latest graphic novel, Secrets of Camp Whatever: The Doors to Nowhere (which is SO GOOD).
The Reaction, The Stranger, The Forgotten
Alex and Meg discuss the end of Season One of Animorphs, scheme to pitch a new Animorphs TV series (please don't actually pull Brett Goldstein into our madness), and tuck the podcast into bed for a peaceful, indefinite slumber.
Interview: Alan Doucette
We take a break from talking about the Animorphs TV show to talk to someone who was there: props master Alan Doucette!
Animorphs Graphic Novel: The Visitor
Gag a maggot! Alex, Meghan, and Chris talk about the newly released The Visitor graphic novel, drawing SO MANY ANIMALS, the things we're excited for Chris to design, and...porgs?!
The Capture (Parts 1 & 2)
It's time to wake up and smell the cold potatoes! You'd hate to miss the genesis of Animorphs: The Musical and the latest in Andalite fashions, wouldn't you?
The Escape, The Alien
Join us as we we indoctrinate Chris into the Animorphs TV show, ruin childhoods (and books?), and provide color commentary as Redd wrangles a zoomie Inanna the cat.
Exceptionally Hilarious and Zaney Podcast!
Several episodes in, this podcast is a great listen throughout your day. They talk so casually about the concepts and topics that you would expect to have with your own friends 20 years after reading these books last. There’s many different extra segments that are added in like “Who’s an Andalite?”, “Animal Facts” (mostly cloaca and spit related), “Hanimilton”, and everything sex-related with aliens—makes sense when you’re there. Everyone is hilarious, but Tim is pretty great as a newbie to the series. His take always makes me happy. Next they need to find another newbie and Tim schools that person on the series like he’s known all along.
Incredibly informative discussions wrapped in a light, flaky crust!
Too good to miss
I fell asleep on a plane listening to this, but when I woke up, I immediately rewinded (re-wound?) the episode to listen to what I missed. It’s that good.