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Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Koi Fish!

Zhao, the spirits are not to be trifled with!”

Continuing Avatar: The Last Airbender

I continue on my quest through an alternate Earth in Avatar: The Last Airbender. I am joined once more by Zach Story as we discuss the serious implications and topics this family show offers.

Debuting in 2005, this show is the brainchild of creators Mark Dante DiMartino and Brian Koneitzko. It was animated primarily in South Korea and stars popular actors Mae Whitman and Dante Basco. The show ran for three seasons, produced one spin-off show “The Legend of Korra” and multiple graphic novels, and was adapted in 2010 into a live-action feature length film by M. Night Shyamalan. It is currently being adapted into a live-action television series by Netflix.

Since this is a half-hour show, each podcast episode will cover 4 individual episodes this time around.

This Week’s Episodes:

This episode discusses “The Northern Air Temple,” “The Waterbending Master,” “The Siege of the North, Part 1,” and “The Siege of the North, Part 2.”

Where to Watch:

Where can you catch up on Avatar: The Last Airbender? Well, you can stream the show (with ads) from Nickelodeon or you can rent/buy each episode from Amazon. 

Not your kind of thing? Join us on 2/7/20 for our first episode covering Netflix’s The Witcher

Stop by our Patreon to see what kinds of cool perks you can get for being one of our contributors: patreon.com/HeroesPodcasts.

Not ready for that kind of commitment? No problem!

Check out our TeePublic store at bit.ly/HPNTeePublic or buy us a coffee over at ko-fi.com/heroespodcasts because every dollar truly does help.

Spellbound Podcast Credits

A Heroes Podcast Network Production

Hosted by Rae Mayer @SirynRae

Special Guest: Zach Story @Avengerzs

Executive Producer & Editor: Derreck Mayer

Music by David Fesliyan

Links: http://linktr.ee/spellbound

iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/spellbound/id1478988496

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1pwoRr309ylWatm2dbVPiW

Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/spellbound

Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/m/Iqz7chy235h6xmtp5cenozzdgky?t=Spellbound

RSS Feed: http://heroespodcasts.com/feed/podcast/spellbound

Social Media: @Spellboundcast

Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Koi Fish!

Ash Princess, Spellbound’s Book of the Month

I feel a little stuck while starting this, as it’s been years since I’ve written any sort of review or book report. But with the addition of the Spellbound podcast to my life, I feel compelled to discuss all of the fantasy that I absorb. Therefore: a book of the month is born! For January, I’ve selected Ash Princess by Laura Sebastian.

I almost read fantasy exclusively, from the beautiful and familiar, to the irreverent and whimsical, to the brash and violent worlds it can produce. I can’t imagine I will be hard-up for content, but as my life is absolutely jam packed, I will do my best to bring you consistent book recommendations.

Before I dive deep into the review, I will always let you know if the book was read or listened to and the benefits or drawbacks of both. I promise that, even if the book isn’t for you, the books I recommend will always be good. Fantasy can often be formulaic junk that is slapped with a catchy title and mass produced in hopes of big blockbuster dreams. I do my best to weed through those and will not recommend them. And unlike the Spellbound podcast (listen every Friday), I won’t be diving into spoilers because I would rather you read the books too!

The Book:

Ash Princess  by Laura Sebastian

Image result for Ash Prince novel cover

Release: 2018

Official Blurb*:

Theodosia was six when her country was invaded and her mother, the Queen of Flame and Fury, was murdered before her eyes. Ten years later, Theo has learned to survive under the relentless abuse of the Kaiser and his court as the ridiculed Ash Princess.

When the Kaiser forces her to execute her last hope of rescue, Theo can’t ignore her feelings and memories any longer. She vows revenge, throwing herself into a plot to seduce and murder the Kaiser’s warrior son with the help of a group of magically gifted and volatile rebels. But Theo doesn’t expect to develop feelings for the Prinz.

Forced to make impossible choices and unable to trust even those who are on her side, Theo will have to decide how far she’s willing to go to save her people and how much of herself she’s willing to sacrifice to become Queen.

(*this is the official publisher-written blurb and not my own words)

Response to the blurb:

Personally, I think this summary leaves the reader feeling a bit underwhelmed. It sounds too stereotypical, too cookie cutter, which is absolutely unfair to this novel. While the blurb is technically accurate, these pages have so much more to them.

Downfalls:

Audio book versus paper

Don’t be surprised that a YA novel isn’t perfect. It suffers from the tragic heroine in love triangle trope (more on that later). Listening to the audio book means I didn’t actually see the words on the page and just reading the word “Prinz” now annoys me. His title is always pronounced “prince” by the narrator and I never would have thought otherwise. This also presents an issue when trying to understand the fantasy languages.

The Drama

The novel gets off to a heartless start and it is imperative that you push through. This isn’t ideal. You’re not invested and it comes off callous of the main character, Theodosia/Thora. However, the drama pays off, and the traumatic actions she is forced to take in the first few chapters lingers with her and you for the entirety of the book.

Spirit What Now?

I do take some issues with the way that magic is presented in the book. Some of the people possess abilities to control/use the elements and they are enhanced with spirit gems found in mines. While this itself could be the premise of a book, it’s not focused on as much as you’d think. Maybe that’s because it’s not a spirit gem book, but a Theodosia book. Maybe it’ll be explored more in the two sequels. It’s just an interesting component of the world that’s too brief for me.

Cookie Cutter Cover Art

Lastly, the name and the cover image is completely off-putting to me as a reader. I get that these kinds of titles and designs are almost required for modern fantasy but I truly miss the days of fantasy novels looking like ancient tomes that you’ve been questing for years to find. In fact, the title was so distracting that it took me almost a year to download it. I’d listen to a book, and it would pop up in my recommended titles, then I would ignore it and start another book. It was recommended so many times, that I finally gave in (art has the tendency to wear me down more than people do). If this is also an issue for you, it does not remain one for long.

The Good Stuff:

The Ash Princess

Theodosia is the type of believable heroine that I love. Her choices are well thought out, even when they are reckless, which is almost impossible to do. Her faults are understandable and connect with the audience. At times, she is too kind or too trusting to the dangerous characters that surround her, but when you realize that a lot of it is done out of self-preservation, it is easy to forgive her. The author doesn’t take it easy on her, either. The character goes through multiple ordeals that should change a person to their core, and while no one moment is pivotal to her change from survival to rebel, all of them slowly change her over time.

The Love Triangle

I promised I’d mention the love triangle and I will: this is easily the best love triangle I’ve ever seen set up in a YA novel. It’s not the typical trope where the men are constantly vying for her affection. She doesn’t kiss anyone when she should be fighting. She doesn’t sacrifice herself at any point for a man. Her first suitor, the Prinz, is an odd choice for a lover considering his own background, but he becomes the obvious one when she plans to seduce him for leverage. The other man is a childhood friend who has been a slave worker for many years and has recently escaped. Neither ends the novel in a particularly stand-out position. Neither relationship is ideal. The best part of all of this is Theodosia recognizes that.

The Supporting Cast

Continuing on this theme, the rest of the characters are just as wonderful as Theodosia. You feel the multi-faceted traits that are found in real people. The vapid friend is also calculating and capable. The cruel general is also merciful. The mass of rebels vary from the angry, to the dense, to the scared, to the passionate, to the resilient. No one is simply one archetype.

The Plot Thickens

The story has some unexpected twists that only enhance the story. There’s one at the end that made my heart jump a bit! They add some thrilling components instead of hurting the plot with unnecessary subversion.

Final Thoughts:

Ultimately the book did its job. I was entertained, and now I am invested in the continuing saga. Part of me hopes that the author will expand this world, discuss other countries that have been affected by the conquering, or come up with more thrilling heroes to follow.

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars!

Be sure to check out Spellbound podcast every week for in-depth looks into fantasy television!

Ash Princess, Spellbound’s Book of the Month

Avatar: The Last Airbender – I Hate Papaya

Aunt Wu is expecting you.”

Continuing Avatar: The Last Airbender

I continue on my quest through an alternate Earth in Avatar: The Last Airbender. I am joined once more by Zach Story as we discuss the serious implications and topics this family show offers.

Debuting in 2005, this show is the brainchild of creators Mark Dante DiMartino and Brian Koneitzko. It was animated primarily in South Korea and stars popular actors Mae Whitman and Dante Basco. The show ran for three seasons, produced one spin-off show “The Legend of Korra” and multiple graphic novels, and was adapted in 2010 into a live-action feature length film by M. Night Shyamalan. It is currently being adapted into a live-action television series by Netflix.

Since this is a half-hour show, each podcast episode will cover 4 individual episodes this time around.

This Week’s Episodes:

This episode discusses “The Blue Spirit,” “The Fortuneteller,” “Bato of the Water Tribe,” and “The Deserter.”

Where to Watch:

Where can you catch up on Avatar: The Last Airbender? Well, you can stream the show (with ads) from Nickelodeon or you can rent/buy each episode from Amazon. 

Not your kind of thing? Join us on 2/7/20 for our first episode covering Netflix’s The Witcher

Stop by our Patreon to see what kinds of cool perks you can get for being one of our contributors: patreon.com/HeroesPodcasts.

Not ready for that kind of commitment? No problem!

Check out our TeePublic store at bit.ly/HPNTeePublic or buy us a coffee over at ko-fi.com/heroespodcasts because every dollar truly does help.

Spellbound Podcast Credits

A Heroes Podcast Network Production

Hosted by Rae Mayer @SirynRae

Special Guest: Zach Story @Avengerzs

Executive Producer & Editor: Derreck Mayer

Music by David Fesliyan

Links: http://linktr.ee/spellbound

iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/spellbound/id1478988496

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1pwoRr309ylWatm2dbVPiW

Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/spellbound

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Avatar: The Last Airbender – I Hate Papaya

Avatar: The Last Airbender – Jet, You Monster!

“We can’t win without making some sacrifices.”

Continuing Avatar: The Last Airbender

I continue on my quest through an alternate Earth in Avatar: The Last Airbender. I am joined once more by Zach Story as we discuss the serious implications and topics this family show offers.

Debuting in 2005, this show is the brainchild of creators Mark Dante DiMartino and Brian Koneitzko. It was animated primarily in South Korea and stars popular actors Mae Whitman and Dante Basco. The show ran for three seasons, produced one spin-off show “The Legend of Korra” and multiple graphic novels, and was adapted in 2010 into a live-action feature length film by M. Night Shyamalan. It is currently being adapted into a live-action television series by Netflix.

Since this is a half-hour show, each podcast episode will cover 4 individual episodes this time around.

This Week’s Episodes:

This episode discusses “The Waterbending Scroll,” “Jet,” “The Great Divide,” and “The Storm.”

Where to Watch:

Where can you catch up on Avatar: The Last Airbender? Well, you can stream the show (with ads) from Nickelodeon or you can rent/buy each episode from Amazon. 

Not your kind of thing? Join us on 2/7/20 for our first episode covering Netflix’s The Witcher

Stop by our Patreon to see what kinds of cool perks you can get for being one of our contributors: patreon.com/HeroesPodcasts.

Not ready for that kind of commitment? No problem!

Check out our TeePublic store at bit.ly/HPNTeePublic or buy us a coffee over at ko-fi.com/heroespodcasts because every dollar truly does help.

Spellbound Podcast Credits

A Heroes Podcast Network Production

Hosted by Rae Mayer @SirynRae

Special Guest: Zach Story @Avengerzs

Executive Producer & Editor: Derreck Mayer

Music by David Fesliyan

Links: http://linktr.ee/spellbound

iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/spellbound/id1478988496

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1pwoRr309ylWatm2dbVPiW

Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/spellbound

Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/m/Iqz7chy235h6xmtp5cenozzdgky?t=Spellbound

RSS Feed: http://heroespodcasts.com/feed/podcast/spellbound

Social Media: @Spellboundcast

Avatar: The Last Airbender – Jet, You Monster!

Avatar: The Last Airbender – MY CABBAGES!

 “…vandalism, traveling under false pretenses, and malicious destruction of cabbages.”

I continue on my quest through an alternate Earth in Avatar: The Last Airbender. I am joined once more by Zach Story as we discuss the serious implications and topics this family show offers.

Debuting in 2005, this show is the brainchild of creators Mark Dante DiMartino and Brian Koneitzko. It was animated primarily in South Korea and stars popular actors Mae Whitman and Dante Basco. The show ran for three seasons, produced one spin-off show “The Legend of Korra” and multiple graphic novels, and was adapted in 2010 into a live-action feature length film by M. Night Shyamalan. It is currently being adapted into a live-action television series by Netflix.

Since this is a half-hour show, each podcast episode will cover 4 individual episodes this time around.

This episode discusses “The King of Omashu,” “Imprisoned,” “Winter Solstice: The Spirit World,” and “Winter Solstice: Avatar Roku.”

Where can you catch up on Avatar: The Last Airbender? Well, you can stream the show (with ads) from Nickelodeon or you can rent/buy each episode from Amazon. 

Not your kind of thing? Join us on 2/7/20 for our first episode covering Netflix’s The Witcher

Stop by our Patreon to see what kinds of cool perks you can get for being one of our contributors: patreon.com/HeroesPodcasts.

Not ready for that kind of commitment? No problem!

Check out our TeePublic store at bit.ly/HPNTeePublic or buy us a coffee over at ko-fi.com/heroespodcasts because every dollar truly does help.

Spellbound Podcast Credits

A Heroes Podcast Network Production

Hosted by Rae Mayer @SirynRae

Special Guest: Zach Story @Avengerzs

Executive Producer & Editor: Derreck Mayer

Music by David Fesliyan

Links: http://linktr.ee/spellbound

iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/spellbound/id1478988496

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1pwoRr309ylWatm2dbVPiW

Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/spellbound

Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/m/Iqz7chy235h6xmtp5cenozzdgky?t=Spellbound

RSS Feed: http://heroespodcasts.com/feed/podcast/spellbound

Social Media: @Spellboundcast

Avatar: The Last Airbender: Water – Part 1

A brand new year, a brand new topic! Recurring guest Zach Story is back with his takes on one of the best television shows ever produced: Avatar: The Last Airbender (this is not hyperbole; this is a fact). We begin with the first season that started it all – Book 1: Water!

Debuting in 2005, this show is the brainchild of creators Mark Dante DiMartino and Brian Koneitzko. It was animated primarily in South Korea and stars popular actors Mae Whitman and Dante Brasco. The show ran for three seasons, produced one spin-off show “The Legend of Korra” and multiple graphic novels, and was adapted in 2010 into a live-action feature length film by M. Night Shyamalan. It is currently being adapted into a live-action television series by Netflix.

Since this is a half-hour show, each podcast episode will cover 4 individual episodes this time around.

Our first episode discusses “The Boy in the Iceberg,” “The Avatar Returns,” The Southern Air Temple,” and “The Warriors of Kyoshi.”

Where can you catch up on Avatar: The Last Airbender? Well, you can stream the show (with ads) from Nickelodeon or you can rent/buy each episode from Amazon. 

Not your kind of thing? Join us on 2/7/20 for our first episode covering Netflix’s The Witcher

Stop by our Patreon to see what kinds of cool perks you can get for being one of our contributors: patreon.com/HeroesPodcasts.

Not ready for that kind of commitment? No problem!

Check out our TeePublic store at bit.ly/HPNTeePublic or buy us a coffee over at ko-fi.com/heroespodcasts because every dollar truly does help.

Spellbound Podcast Credits

A Heroes Podcast Network Production

Hosted by Rae Mayer @SirynRae

Special Guest: Zach Story @Avengerzs

Executive Producer & Editor: Derreck Mayer

Music by David Fesliyan

Links: http://linktr.ee/spellbound

iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/spellbound/id1478988496

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1pwoRr309ylWatm2dbVPiW

Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/spellbound

Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/m/Iqz7chy235h6xmtp5cenozzdgky?t=Spellbound

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Social Media: @Spellboundcast

Avatar: The Last Airbender: Water – Part 1

Carnival Row – Part 3

Continuing from last time, Rae and Derreck discuss the world-building series Carnival Row from Amazon Prime. With new characters still being introduced and more threads left undone, the pair are left asking how the show may wrap everything up with only a few episodes left.

From creator Travis Beacham, this series debuted August 30, 2019 and stars Orlando Bloom (Lord of the Rings) and Cara Delevingne (Suicide Squad). All of season one is available to watch now. Season two debuts in 2020. The official Carnival Row soundtrack is now available.

This episode covers Episode 5 “Grieve No More” and Episode 6 “Unaccompanied Fae.”

Gotta catch up first? Binge this show on Amazon!

Not a Carnival Row fan? Join us on 12/6 for our first His Dark Materials episode!

Stop by our Patreon to see what kinds of cool perks you can get for being one of our contributors: patreon.com/HeroesPodcasts.

Not ready for that kind of commitment? No problem!

Check out our TeePublic store at bit.ly/HPNTeePublic or buy us a coffee over at ko-fi.com/heroespodcasts because every dollar truly does help.

Spellbound Podcast Credits for Carnival Row Episodes

A Heroes Podcast Network Production

Hosted by Rae Mayer @SirynRae

Special Guest: Derreck Mayer @TheStarTrekDude

Executive Producer & Editor: Derreck Mayer

Music by David Fesliyan

Links: http://linktr.ee/spellbound

Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/spellbound/id1478988496

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1pwoRr309ylWatm2dbVPiW

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Carnival Row – Part 3

Carnival Row – Part 2

Continuing from last time, Rae and Derreck discuss the world-building series Carnival Row from Amazon Prime. What happened to Jonah? Who is killing in The Burgue? What is Philo’s dark secret? They discuss the answers this week.

This series debuted August 30, 2019 and stars Orlando Bloom (Lord of the Rings) and Cara Delevingne (Suicide Squad). All of season one is available to watch now. The show has already been renewed for a second season.

This episode covers Episode 3 “Kingdoms of the Moon” and Episode 4 “The Joining of Unlike Things.”

Gotta catch up first? Binge this show on Amazon!

Not a Carnival Row fan? Join us on 12/6 for our first His Dark Materials episode!

Stop by our Patreon to see what kinds of cool perks you can get for being one of our contributors: patreon.com/HeroesPodcasts.

Not ready for that kind of commitment? No problem!

Check out our TeePublic store at bit.ly/HPNTeePublic or buy us a coffee over at ko-fi.com/heroespodcasts because every dollar truly does help.

Spellbound Podcast Credits for Carnival Row Episodes

A Heroes Podcast Network Production

Hosted by Rae Mayer @SirynRae

Special Guest: Derreck Mayer @TheStarTrekDude

Executive Producer & Editor: Derreck Mayer

Music by David Fesliyan

Links: http://linktr.ee/spellbound

Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/spellbound/id1478988496

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1pwoRr309ylWatm2dbVPiW

Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/spellbound

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Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/m/Iqz7chy235h6xmtp5cenozzdgky?t=Spellbound

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Carnival Row – Part 2

Carnival Row – Part 1

Step with us onto the shady streets of Carnival Row. Rae, and first time guest Jill (who just so happens to be Rae’s younger sister), take an in depth look at the magical combination of the Fae world of Tir Na Noc and the Victorian streets of The Burgue. This new series from Amazon Prime debuted August 30, 2019 and stars Orlando Bloom (Lord of the Rings) and Cara Delevingne (Suicide Squad). The show has already been renewed for a second season.

This episode covers Episode 1 “Some Dark God Awakes” and Episode 2 “Aisling.”

Gotta catch up first? Binge this show on Amazon!

Not a Carnival Row fan? Join us on 11/15 for our first Avatar: The Last Airbender episode!

Stop by our Patreon to see what kinds of cool perks you can get for being one of our contributors: patreon.com/HeroesPodcasts.

Not ready for that kind of commitment? No problem!

Check out our TeePublic store at bit.ly/HPNTeePublic or buy us a coffee over at ko-fi.com/heroespodcasts because every dollar truly does help.

Spellbound Podcast Credits for Carnival Row Episodes

A Heroes Podcast Network Production

Hosted by Rae Mayer @SirynRae

Special Guest: Jill Stewart @JJLeFaye1

Executive Producer & Editor: Derreck Mayer @TheStarTrekDude

Music by David Fesliyan

Links: http://linktr.ee/spellbound

iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/spellbound/id1478988496

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1pwoRr309ylWatm2dbVPiW

Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/spellbound

Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/m/Iqz7chy235h6xmtp5cenozzdgky?t=Spellbound

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Carnival Row – Part 1

The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance – Part 5

In our final part of The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance arc, Spellbound finishes the dramatic series! Join Rae and guest Ryan one more time reviewing how this season came to a close!

This episode covers Episode 9 “The Crystal Calls” and Episode 10 “A Single Piece Was Lost.”

Gotta catch up first? Binge this show on Netflix!

Not a Dark Crystal fan? Join us next week on 10/18 for our first Carnival Row episode!

Stop by our Patreon to see what kinds of cool perks you can get for being one of our contributors: patreon.com/HeroesPodcasts.

Not ready for that kind of commitment? No problem!

Check out our TeePublic store at bit.ly/HPNTeePublic or buy us a coffee over at ko-fi.com/heroespodcasts because every dollar truly does help.

Spellbound Podcast Credits for The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Episodes

A Heroes Podcast Network Production

Hosted by Rae Stewart @SirynRae

Special Guest: Ryan Couture @BusterProps

Executive Producer & Editor: Derreck Mayer @TheStarTrekDude

Music by David Fesliyan

Links: http://linktr.ee/spellbound

iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/spellbound/id1478988496

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1pwoRr309ylWatm2dbVPiW

Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/spellbound

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The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance – Part 5

The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance – Part 4

Spellbound continues its journey into Thra with host Rae and guest Ryan. The two review the escalating drama found in The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance episodes!

This podcast discusses Episode 7 “Time to Make…My Move” and Episode 8 “Prophets Don’t Know Everything.”

Gotta catch up first? Binge this show on Netflix!

Not a fan of The Dark Crystal? Join us on 10/18 for the start of our new arc: Carnival Row!

Stop by our Patreon to see what kinds of cool perks you can get for being one of our contributors: patreon.com/HeroesPodcasts.

Not ready for that kind of commitment? No problem!

Check out our TeePublic store at bit.ly/HPNTeePublic or buy us a coffee over at ko-fi.com/heroespodcasts because every dollar truly does help.

Spellbound Podcast Credits for The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Episodes

A Heroes Podcast Network Production

Hosted by Rae Stewart @SirynRae

Special Guest: Ryan Couture @BusterProps

Executive Producer & Editor: Derreck Mayer @TheStarTrekDude

Music by David Fesliyan

Links: http://linktr.ee/spellbound

iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/spellbound/id1478988496

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1pwoRr309ylWatm2dbVPiW

Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/spellbound

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The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance – Part 4

The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance – Part 3

Spellbound is back with another look into The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance! As tension builds, Rae and Ryan work through the incredible stakes the show has set up across Thra and its inhabitants.

This episode covers Episode 5 “She Knows All the Secrets” and Episode 6 “By Gelfling Hand.”

Gotta catch up first? Binge this show on Netflix!

Not a Dark Crystal fan? Join us for our next arc on 10/18/19 covering Amazon Prime’s Carnival Row.

Stop by our Patreon to see what kinds of cool perks you can get for being one of our contributors: patreon.com/HeroesPodcasts.

Not ready for that kind of commitment? No problem!

Check out our TeePublic store at bit.ly/HPNTeePublic or buy us a coffee over at ko-fi.com/heroespodcasts because every dollar truly does help.

Spellbound Podcast Credits for The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Episodes

A Heroes Podcast Network Production

Hosted by Rae Stewart @SirynRae

Special Guest: Ryan Couture @BusterProps

Executive Producer & Editor: Derreck Mayer @TheStarTrekDude

Music by David Fesliyan

Links: http://linktr.ee/spellbound

iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/spellbound/id1478988496

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1pwoRr309ylWatm2dbVPiW

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The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance – Part 3