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Episode 4 – Media Influences: Movies and TV

The second episode of 3 regarding media influences and if the Furry Fandom has influenced the cast’s consumption of entertainment. Having already tackled books and comics, Xavier, TK, and Hedgie now turn their attention to movies and TV shows that may or may not have a leaning towards anthro characters. Again, this is not a deep dive into any topic

If you’d like to know more about any of the things covered in this episode, there will be links in the show notes to Amazon affiliate pages. So if you fancy purchasing anything, you’ll be supporting the podcast without costing yourself any extra. Everyone’s a winner.

Topics points include:
Pre Furry Cartoons Conversation:
Dogtanian
Sandokan (Animated)
Around the World in 80 Days
BRB International’s YouTube Channel with Playlists for the above
The Three Musketeers
The Musketeers (BBC Series)
Around the World in 80 Days (Live action)
Sandokan (Live action)
Herge’s Adventures of Tin Tin
Warner Bros. Looney Tunes Golden Collection
Transformers
He-Man and the Master of the Universe
She-Ra: Princess of Power
BraveStarr
Tom & Jerry
Animaniacs
Freakazoid
Scooby Doo
Sharkey & George
Penny Crayon
The Raggy Dolls
Ivor the Engine
Noggin the Nog
Rupert the Bear
Willo the Wisp
Wind the the Willows
Stoppit and Tidyup
The Animals of Farthing Wood
Watership Down
The Telebugs (YouTube Playlist)
Pole Position
Mysterious Cities of Gold
Dog City
Denver the Last Dinosaur
Sonic the Hedgehog
Aaahh!!! Real Monsters
RugRats
Muppet Babies (The reboot series)
Rude Dog and the Dweebs
Heathcliff and the Cadillac Cats
Garfield and Friends
Bonkers
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
TaleSpin
DuckTales
Jayce and Wheeled Warriors
Dungeons and Dragons
Quantum Leap

Post Furry Cartoons Conversation:
Zootopia / Zootropolis
The Lion King
Redwall
Between The Lions
Sesame Street
Pokémon
Digimon
Cardcaptor Sakura
Yu-Gi-Oh!
My Little Pony (OriginalFriendship is Magic)
The Care Bears
The Wuzzles
Action Man
G. I. Joe

Pre Furry Movies and TV Shows Conversation:
BBC Chronicles of Narnia
Muppets
Labyrinth
Dark Crystal
Krull
Hawk The Slayer
Conan the Barbarian
Red Sonja
Alien
Red Dwarf
The Green Mile
American Werewolf in London
Twilight
American Werewolf in Paris
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Woof!
The Simpsons
Prisoner Cell Block H
Wentworth
The Jungle Book
Brother Bear

Music Side Conversation:
Wierd Al
The Offspring
Eve 6
Queen
Def Leppard
Wu Tang Clan
Evanescence
Michael Jackson
Monty Python

Movies and TV Shows Continued (Pre and Post Furry):
Mortal Kombat
City Hunter
LazyTown
Spartacus
Ben Hur
Robotech
Road Rovers
Sailor Moon
The Cat Returns
My Neighbour Totoro
Spirited Away
Pompoko
Beastars
BNA: Brand New Animal
Gurren Lagann
Kill La Kill
Steven Universe
Danger Mouse
Recess
Samurai Jack
Tom & Jerry Movie (2021)
Sonic the Hedgehog (2020)

The cast would love to hear from you if you have anything to add to the conversation, so please leave feedback about the show, or share your own experiences and tales, and they may well be talked about in future episodes.

Episode 3 – Media Influences: Books and Comics

The third episode of the podcast and the start of a three part series on things that have influenced the cast over the years, and has being a member of the Furry Fandom impacted the media we consume? The first episode covers books and comics that were enjoyed while growing up, and then tales that have been enjoyed post-Furry. This is not intended to be a deep dive into any of the topics, and a lot of things are mentioned, or glossed over in the flow of conversation. With the exception of Xavier’s epic monologue on Terry Pratchett and Discworld.

If you’d like to know more about any of the things covered in this episode, there will be links in the show notes to Amazon affiliate pages. So if you fancy purchasing anything, you’ll be supporting the podcast without costing yourself any extra. Everyone’s a winner.

Topics points include:
Pre Furry:
The works of Enid Blyton – The Faraway TreeThe Famous Five.
The Busy World of Richard Scurry.
Watership Down.
The Horn of Mortal Danger.
The Catcher in the Rye.
Jackson and the Magpies.
The Pea Green Pig.
The Railway Series.
The Beano / The Dandy.
Sonic the Comic.
The works of Roald Dhal.
The works of Terry Pratchett.
Post Furry:
Twilight.
The Redwall Series.
The Warriors Series.
The Redwall Cookbook.
The Animals of Farthing Wood.
Animal Farm.
Comics & Web Comics:
UK Sonic the Comic vs US Sonic the Comic.
Sabrina / Salem the Comic.
2000AD.
A (very) brief history of Comics.
The smut of Jim Hardiman and Doug Winger.
Associated Student Bodies.
Housepets.
Garfield / Heathcliff.
Rupert the Bear.
Caves and Critters.
Gaypardo. (Website)
Swords and Sausages / 9 to 9.
Sabrina Online.
SSDD.
Blacksad.
Jack. (Correction to Hedge – Full archive is available from the artist here)
West Corner of the Park.
VG Cats.
Ctrl+Alt+Delete.

The cast would love to hear from you if you have anything to add to the conversation, so please leave feedback about the show, or share your own experiences and tales, and they may well be talked about in future episodes.









Episode 2 – Sonic the Hedgehog

Episode 2 of the podcast sees our hosts talk about the classic Sega mascot Sonic the Hedgehog. Starting with the humble beginnings on the Megadrive/Genesis, Sonic’s career has spanned 30 years and many different games. So with Xavier steering the conversation the trio talk about the many different Sonic games, the alternate canons, and the fan base.

Talking points include:
Sonic’s early years / The Classic Era.
How TK and Hedge got into the Sonic series.
Sega vs Nintendo in the UK.

Sonic’s 3D revamp / The Dreamcast Era.
2D vs 3D – Do they compare?
Sonic cartoons.
The Sonic Cycle™.

Sonic’s modern games / The Boost Era.
Were there any good 3D Sonic games after Adventure 2?
Living as a Sonic fan.
Sonic – Speed vs Exploration.
Why Sonic 4 sucked, and Sonic Advance didn’t.
Xavier’s opinion on the Boost era.
Sonic Boom – The cartoon

The cast would love to hear from you if you have anything to add to the conversation, so please leave feedback about the show, or share your own experiences and tales, and they may well be talked about in future episodes.