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Winners: 2018 OVA-ies TV Animation Awards
The results are in for our 2018 OVA-ies TV Animation Awards! After 11,700 votes cast (!) and deliberations from our expert panels, the winners in five categories have been determined. Listen to the attached podcast to hear us announce the […]
Queer Representation in 2018 Animation
Dylan Hysen, Delaney Stovall, Sam Quattro, & Michelle Anderer look back on the ups and downs of portrays of queer characters and romance in 2018 animation, including Steven Universe, Adventure Time, Voltron: Legendary Defender, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, […]
Season 8 Recap – Voltron: Legendary Defender
Dylan Hysen, Delaney Stovall, Justin Cummings, & Alex Bonilla break down their thoughts on the final season of Voltron: Legendary Defender.
Nominations for the 2018 OVA-ies TV Animation Awards
Here are the nominees for the 2018 OVA-ies Awards, celebrating the best in television animation from the year. Listen to the nominations announcement podcast accompanying this post and check out the nominations below! Vote for your favorites in 5 categories. […]
Season 8 Reactions – Voltron: Legendary Defender
Dylan Hysen, Hayley Nabuurs, Jeff Anderson, & Andy Potter give their reactions and thoughts about the entire final season of Voltron: Legendary Defender!
Season 7 Recap – Voltron: Legendary Defender
Dylan Hysen, Hayley Nabuurs, Justin Cummings, & Steve Zec recap all of Season 7 of Voltron: Legendary Defender. Spoilers for the entire Season 7!
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This is a really good podcast
I like this podcast a lot, it’s very intelligent and fairly unbiased. But some parts are triggering for me. But that’s just me.
Intelligent but slightly biased
I have no doubt this podcast is a fantastic listen for certain parts of the fandom. The hosts are well articulated and clearly have lots of experience with both animated shows and their respective fandoms.
However, while there are plenty of worthwhile topics explored, other topics are mostly ignored - it becomes fairly clear which characters, themes, plot lines, and relationships the hosts prefer. The podcast as a whole also tends to be more critical, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but I personally like a bit more positivity and excitement in these kinds of discussions.
Basically, listen to a few episodes to decide if this is your cup of tea. I still listen to every episode to listen to intelligent discussion of a show I greatly enjoy, but I never leave with the impression that the hosts actually enjoyed the same episodes I watched.
Oh frick yes