In this episode we revisit Percy Jackson, a fandom we already covered all the way back in episode 4. However, the beauty of fandom is that there is no right way to ship, and this time I’m talking with Matilda about the canon ship of Percy and Annabeth.
The Shipping (Pod)Cast Posts
Episode 11 brings us our first musical with Dear Evan Hansen – but while the songs are undeniably catchy, the story they tell is anything but fluffy, making for a fascinating interview about the Tree Bros with Nich aka bbcotaku.
In this episode I finally learn what Naruto is all about as Woolfy tells me all about Sasori and Deidara and what makes them work – both as separate characters and together.
This episode marks our first femslash and first canonical ship, and I loved hearing all about it from Yami, despite some major technical difficulties.
In this episode Grey and I get our geek on, not just about our shared love of Sherlock Holmes but also detouring a few times about fandom in general and generally having a blast.
I’m thinking of creating a first special episode for Patreon, probably in the form of a round table discussion. Which topics would you be most interested in?
Episode 28 (February 28, 2020): Valery x Boris (Chernobyl) with Elena
Episode 29 (March 13, 2020): Brienne x Tormund (Game of Thrones) with teamreylo
Episode 30 (March 27, 2020): Jude x Cardan (Folk of the Air) with nite0wl29
(Early release for Patreon supporters!)
We stay in anime/manga territory as I learn that “Kyouhaba is good!”, to paraphrase Honey, whose enthusiasm for this ship is absolutely infectious. We also detour a little, talking about fandom as a place of community and incredibly creativity.
We’re going into anime/manga territory, but luckily Mel is happy to introduce me to the BakuDeku ship in the longest episode to date.
In this episode, Alison has to introduce me to the pairing of Dick Grayson and Jason Todd as we explore the DC multiverse and talk about how this ship works in any world.