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This podcast is so good, y’all. Philip and Rosemary breathe new life into the comic I’ve treasured for like, nearly half my lifetime now? They have good takes and good jokes. They give the beautiful turns of phrase the glory and adoration they deserve. They also handle the extremely problematic bits of Achewood (of which there are many) with the frank and honest criticism they deserve. I can’t wait to see what arc they tackle in season 2.
I love Achewood. These two have creasted a terrific meta-literary experience that has deepend that love and given me new insights into the Great Outdoor Fight. They do a deep reading and cultural analysis of the GOF, page-by-page, with excellent insights and observations. I predict that this will be the most cited podcast in future academic studies of early 21st century web literature.
I love listening to people discuss and dissect media I love and there is no media I love more than achewood. Come on man we doing a thing
I found this podcast on Reddit. As a fan of the time-honored podcasting tradition of “there’s two people reading through a piece of media from a while back and one of them has read it already and one of them hasn’t”, I’ve been really enjoying this. And I’m so glad to see the hosts reading so closely through the comic and giving every line and turn of phrase the attention it really deserves. Bravo!
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Brain Tape launched a year ago and published 27 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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