We cover everything animated here at the Overly Animated Podcast, with fan-oriented and analytic discussions on a variety of animated shows, movies, and anime. This is the feed for our podcasts just about Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts.
We Find the Most Cursed Animation Character
It’s probably the most important exercise we’ve ever attempted on the podcast, finding the most cursed animation character! We debate and grade the cursed-ness of these cursed heavyweights: Hooty (The Owl House), Scratch (The Ghost and Molly McGee), Swift Wind […]
We go over several relationship archetypes that are frequently discussed and go through examples of notable animation ships that fall under those archetypes. Hosts this week: Dylan Hysen, Delaney Stovall, & Beatriz Mourad. Timestamps for the podcast: 0:00 – Introduction […]
Best of 2020 TV Animation
We go through all our favorites of the year from 2020 Western TV animation after giving all of our thoughts on the recent Adventure Time Obsidian special, the premiere episodes of Onyx Equinox, Season 1 of the Animaniacs reboot, and […]
Season 3 Reactions – Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts
Dylan Hysen, Delaney Stovall, & Michelle Anderer share all their thoughts about the 3rd and final season of the incredible Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts!
Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts Season 2 Review
Dylan Hysen, Delaney Stovall, Michelle Anderer, & Alex Bonilla go in-depth into everything about Kipo and the Age of Wonerbeasts Season 2! Please check out https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/ for ways to support Black Lives Matter. Check out the Black N’ Animated Podcast! […]
Script-Driven & Board-Driven Primer
Dylan Hysen & Michelle Anderer go through the basics and differences of the script-driven and storyboard-driven animation productions formats.
Such a great podcast!!!
I love how cool they are and how they talk about the art and animation in Kipo I love this podcast can’t wait to listen to more!!!
Poorly crafted, loads of potential
Obviously these guys know what they are talking about and I was really excited to listen to discussion on Kiko, but the programme sounds like they haven’t really prepared or maybe it hasn’t been edited. It’s hard tracking what points they are making.