On this episode, Ian and Kyle review the new take on a classic: She-Ra & The Princesses of Power.
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PATREON PRIORITY Q&A
So, that Detective Pikachu trailer. Yay or nay?
What was the inspiration for Rough and Tumble’s intro? It reminded me of Team Rocket from Pokemon initially, but also of the theatrics of professional wrestling.
Since Halloween is around the corner (sic), is there any chance of seeing the ghost characters from the Night of the Werehog short in the comics (Lah, Su, and Wu)?
Why did Eggman leave Sonic healthy after he captured him in Sonic Forces? You’d think he would have broke his legs or something, and yes, I know that sounds messed up. But this is Eggman. He wanted to burn the world at the end of that game. Why was that?
Could you elaborate on the decision to create Whisper the Wolf, and maybe give us some trivia on her? Such as if she has any favorite foods, hobbies, or any other tidbits you can share with us at this point in the series?
Ian, have you ever met someone famous within the game industry? (Perhaps someone involved with the Sonic franchise) If so, what was your favorite experience, and what was it like?