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The Crow collage illustration by Dave McKean from The New Yorker, May 1994.
The Walls of Oshikiri, Junji Ito
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Ancient Psychic Tandem Warcast Episode 1
"The Internet’s first Adventure Time-themed podcast … that I know of.” — Zack Smith
Listen to this first episode with uberfans Zack Smith and writer Lev Grossman. Thanks, guys!
It’s the Internet’s first “Adventure Time” podcast, featuring in-depth discussion of Cartoon Network’s Emmy-winning hit! Each episode, Zack Smith and a rotating group of co-hosts will rewatch and discuss classic episodes, the inhabitants of the Land of Ooo and more!
In Episode 1, Zack and author Lev Grossman (“The Magicians”) cover the original animated short, “The Enchiridion,” “Slumber Party Panic,” “Trouble in Lumpy Space,” “Prisoners of Love,” and “My Two Favorite People.”
INTRO: Adventure Time Theme
OUTRO: “Island Song” by Ashley Eriksson
ZACK’S WEB STUFF: www.zswriter.com, twitter.com/thezacksmith, topsbloobybear.tumblr.com, comic book “The Stars Below” at https://www.comixology.com/The-Stars-Below/digital-comic/32200www.zswriter.com, twitter.com/thezacksmith, topsbloobybear.tumblr.com, comic book “The Stars Below” at https://www.comixology.com/The-Stars-Below/digital-comic/32200
LEV’S WEB STUFF: www.levgrossman.com, twitter.com/leverus
NOTE THE FIRST: This is a fan podcast and not affiliated in any way with Cartoon Network, Frederator Studios or related organizations.
NOTE THE SECOND: This is intended for adult and older viewers of “Adventure Time.” There may be language or themes discussed that are inappropriate or confusing for younger listeners.
NOTE THE THIRD: I’m still learning how to use Audacity, so weird edits and jumps and things may occur in this, Experience is the teacher! As are YouTube Tutorials.
Usagi Yojimbo piece for the Sakai project.