Ep. XVIII - What’s Your Quirk? My Hero Academia & Heroism

5Nov

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In our 18th episode, we cover our very first anime, "My Hero Academia" (2016- ), the current and popular series that surrounds regulated superheroes in the not too distant future of Japan. Our topics include Stain's Philosophy on Heroism, Nature vs. Nurture based on Bakugo and Izuku, and our predictions for the upcoming fourth season. 

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Ep. XVI - Beware the Baba Yaga: John Wick & World Building

18Sep

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In our 16th episode, we are locked and loaded as we cover the current gun-fu assassin films, "John Wick" (2014) and "John Wick: Chapter 2" (2017), directed by Chad Stahelski and starring the Man, the Myth, and the Legend himself, Keanu Reeves. Our topics of focus include the structure of world building, realism vs. over-the-top action, and the loss of innocence according to greek mythology. 

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Ep. XV - In the Name of Science: Overwatch & Ethics, Pt. 2

3Sep

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Due to the popularity of our previous episode and converations with our previous podcast guests, we chose to continue the conversation of Blizzard Entertainment's episodic story in their first person shooter game, "Overwatch" (2016). Our topics include the ethics of Moira's dedication to science, peace and harmony between Hanzo and Genji in the "Dragons" animated short, and the continuation of the Overwatch lore and marketing conversation.

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Ep. XIV - Strength Through Conflict: Overwatch & Ethics, Pt. 1

20Aug

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In this special first part episode, we are covering the episodic series of Blizzard Entertainment's latest first person shooter game, "Overwatch" (2016). Because the character origins and episodic tie-in stories are on Youtube, we have decided to make the exception with this awesome and adventerous franchise. Our topics in this episode include Overwatch vs. Blackwatch, Doomfist's war philosophy, and the genius storytelling marketing of Overwatch.

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Ep. XI - Staying on Target: War Films & Accuracy

2Jul

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In honor and preparation for the 4th of July, our 11th episode covers the war film genre with U.S. Army Reserve Specialist and MP, Nick Mendez. The films we primarily focus on are are "Saving Private Ryan" (1998), "Black Hawk Down" (2001), "Lone Survivor" (2013), "Fury" (2014), "American Sniper" (2014), "Eye in the Sky" (2015), and "Dunkirk" (2016). 

Our topics include the accuracy of war and military representation, brotherhood bonding, and the perspective difference between American Citizens and U.S. Soldiers in the area of war ethics. This episode is dedicated to those that have served and are continuing to serve in the United States Military. We thank you for your service and your sacrifices. 

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Episode X - Can Everyone Be Super?: The Incredibles & Individualism

11Jun

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In honor and preparation for the upcoming sequel on June 15th, our 10th episode covers Disney/Pixar's award winning superhero film, "The Incredibles" (2004). Our topics include individualism vs. conformity, good inspiring evil, and nature vs. nurture. 

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Episode IX - The Anti-Hero’s Journey: Deadpool & Postmodernism

28May

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In this ninth episode, we cover the 4th wall breaking philosophy found in the X-Men spin-off series, "Deadpool" (2016) and "Deadpool 2" (2018), which was just released last week. Our topics include postmodernism in comic books films, hollywood cynicism according to Deadpool, and the strategic interpersonal marketing of the franchise.

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Episode VIII - Cutting Corners or Clearing Corners?: Crime Thrillers & The Moral Compass

21May

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In our eighth episode, we cover a variety of films under the crime thriller genre with Indie Film Director & Writer, Brian Ulrich. The films we primarily focus on are "L.A. Confidential" (1997), "Momento" (2000), "Training Day" (2001), "Insomnia" (2002), "The Dark Knight" (2008), and "Dredd" (2012). 

Our topics include objective/subjective morality in period pieces, objective/subjective morality in comic book adaptations, and how these films inspired Director Ulrich's upcoming summer film, "Last Three Days" (2018). 

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Episode VII - Bunches & Bunches of Adventures: Final Space & The Power of Friendship

14May

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In our seventh episode, we are absolutely thrilled to cover the sci-fi themes in our first T.V. series analysis "Final Space" (2018-), a new animated comedy created by Olan Rogers. Our topics include the first season recap/space opera genre, loneliness and separation, and true loyalty among those we call family. 

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Episode VI - Avengers Disassembled: The MCU & Film Criticism

7May

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With the 10-year lead up to "Avengers: Infinity War" (2018) now complete, we are covering the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe in this 6th episode, primarily the film criticism the franchise hardly faces or receives. Though we are Marvel fans, we are also analyzers who look into the depths of film, however flawless they may appear. Our topics include the MCU's shallow story depth, basic character development, and lack of impactful villains.

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