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Novel Not New

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Novel Not New

Jen Unkle, Six Dettmar, and Olivia Joseph

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Novel Not New is a visual novel game club with a queer focus and a casual bent. Every month, join Jen Unkle, Six Dettmar, and Olivia Joseph for a critical and fun conversation about a new visual novel game. Our favorites will be dated, murders will be solved, lives will be lived, and all bad ends will be expunged from memory as we read our way through this most literary of video game genres. Novel is right in the name!
 
Join Alison Autumn June (@alison_coffee) and Em Marko (@em_being) on a journey through the entire filmography of Studio Ghibli twice a week! We take questions, talk about Miyazaki’s love of all things aerial, and generally relax in the balm of some of the most delightful anime on earth. Take a break and join us!
 
Second Officer Slog is a monthly Star Trek book club celebrating the wild, sprawling, dubiously canon extended universe of our favorite TV sci-fi series so you don't have to! Life long Trek nerds M and Jackson dive into the minutia of treaties, techno-babble, and Bajoran independence starting from the DS9 novel relaunch and headed where no book club has gone before. Intended for people who've never cracked a single Trek book, we're talking about the best and worst that universe has to offer ...
 
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Your Faves Would Never

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Your Faves Would Never

Destiny Sturdivant and Em Marko

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Your Faves Would Never is a weekly podcast from Destiny and Em as they talk about what they've been doing to get by and get better in a world of shit. This is a chill conversation cast, one of those cute couple casts but cool because we are cool, about all the things we might have on our mind in any given week. Chill out, sit back, and consider that while YOUR faves might never, we will and do.
 
Borut Savski in Milan Kristl O analogic?ni kompoziciji: Analogic?na kompozicija je osnova dramaturskega pristopa dveh avtorjev, ki je sicer improvizacija, vendar s predvidenim in predsestavljenim instrumentarijem. Razteza se med strukturo in de-strukturo - torej c?asovno: med trenutkom in konstruiranim (sestavljenim, zaporednim) c?asom. C?e je soc?asje (sinhronost) sodelovanja dveh avtorjev ena od osnov - torej: vzporejanje - je druga v razporejanju (v zaporedja) - v podrobnem je to ritmizir ...
 
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We close out the year with a classic film about the grinning face of American evil which causes a bit of a split about its relative merits between the group. One might be able to guess along which lines it breaks, no prize for getting it right, but it’s fun to go through. Also, we give our top ten New To Us movies of 2021! See you next year, and re…
 
The end of the year of JRPGs ends with a game exploring the very limits of the genre and pushing into the modern conception of RPG meta text. Gone are the battles and dungeons, remaining are quests and levels and the question of what is it all for. Also, some really funky guys. So many cool, funky guys. Join us as we close the book on this strange …
 
Some days you see a movie that you just agree with so much that you don’t have anything to say. You just point at the screen and go “Yeah, that’s it.” Today is just that movie. But we have plenty of other things to talk about besides, so we have a good time anyway. See you at the movies! Send us any email questions and comments about the movies we …
 
Another entry in the desperately underserved genre of roadtrip RPGs! What happens when you put three (maybe four, hard to tell) queers in a car on their way to slay an ancient evil? Well, unfortunately, you get the first game in Novel Not New's history that we decided not to finish. We've got a lot to say about this game, and it's not particularly …
 
Today we continue the secondary purpose of this podcast to get Jackson to watch horror movies as we talk about foundational slasher classic Peeping Tom. Also, everyone’s seen a bunch of movies, so there’s plenty in our first segment to go through. Here’s the article that inspired picking this movie. Shout out to Mariya for putting it in front of us…
 
We’re back as we take a sharp left from our projected game club and play the newest of new releases, the hot new Microsoft Tentpole, HaForza Horizon 5! Please enjoy this sprawling conversation about everything from driving mechanics, to radio stations in games, our problems with live service games, to liberal progressive ideas of tourism and repres…
 
We’re back in the big leagues with improved audio and a bevy of movies because Em has gone back to the gun cellar and pulled up a treasure trove of cinema. Follow them on letterboxd, https://letterboxd.com/em_being/ For the movie this week, we all get really existential as we talk about what alienation means to us, with the surprisingly bleak and f…
 
What happens when you make a career out of pretending something exists, and then just as you're about to quit you find out it really does? Apparently you get real close to a gayst (a gay ghost), or least that's Madison's reaction in Heart of the Woods, a fantasy yuri VN. There are some definite things to like here, but we end up more middling on it…
 
It’s a nail-biting adventure this week as we talk about a movie so effortless it leaves us all blown away. You know, with nitroglycerin. Also, a bunch of other movies besides get watched, as Em is careening through a movie phase and has much to touch on. Send us any email questions and comments about the movies we cover or movies in general to abno…
 
Rushing this one out the door because of scheduling problems, it’s a new Abnormal Mapping! We played a game that has been on Em’s to do list for years, and we discover that sometimes digging into the past isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Also, the characters of Star Ocean? Discover that sometimes digging into the past isn’t all it’s cracked up to b…
 
OBS audio becomes the new norm as we enjoy the nightmare of modernity with Playtime. Also, Destiny watched too many movies, and Em finally crossed a big one off their bucket list. For better or worse, we remain enjoying the cinema. Enjoy! Send us any email questions and comments about the movies we cover or movies in general to abnormalmappingpodca…
 
Our audio troubles know no end in this very hurried second take of an episode that still manages to be pretty good! We watched a boatload of movies, talk about the quiet gender war happening in the production of women’s pictures, and many other things besides. Enjoy! Send us any email questions and comments about the movies we cover or movies in ge…
 
We are joind again by Austin Ramsay to talk about the second half of Gurren Lagann! We jump off from a show we didn't like much at all to talk about the limits of anime storytelling generally, the things we're looking for from these stories, and the way we approach stories in the problematised genre of shonen anime without just turning into joyless…
 
We’re joined by Scarlett for a stroll down memory lane, when Sony meant interesting games coming from Japanese developers. It wasn’t even that long ago! Revisiting Gravity Rush 2 a mere four years after its release, we remember the power of the Vita to fire our imagination, and the cold light of day that’s been first party development in the last h…
 
The pinnacle of dad cinema! We tuck into a tidy time at the nearby saloon with Unforgiven’s fantastic shaggy dog story of three old men who are just the worst. We all wring our hangs about how poorly watched we are about westerns. We all watched a bunch of movies! Great times had by all. Send us any email questions and comments about the movies we …
 
We have a new worst movie! Much discussion is had about cultural comedy, the pressure of time, and what it means to revisit things as an adult. The episode is pretty good, sometimes it pays to lower the bar. *NOTE: Destiny’s on the wrong mic we know, also it’s late summer so it’s cricket city over here, apologies for the background friends Send us …
 
Blog Settings Add Post Clear All Drafts Review Scheduled Audio Today we’re joined again by Rick for a slightly different kind of Beach House. This year we’ve been trying to transition away from splitting up our series so much, hoping to eventually be covering most anime in one episode. So of course we immediately have two experiments diverging from…
 
We are joined by blogger of the year Dia Lacina who was willing to go down with the ship as we break format for a trio of games that we only knew of probably bad games nobody actually played. That’s right, we took all our RPG expertise and applied it to the strange trilogy of Tokyo RPG Factory games! Em froze their ass off in I am Setsuna, Dia reme…
 
YOU KNOW WHAT NUMBER IT IS!! We talk about a bunch of movies, as we usually do, though very little of that time is actually devoted to Le Samourai. Sometimes it just goes that way. Here’s to 50 more! Send us any email questions and comments about the movies we cover or movies in general to abnormalmappingpodcast@gmail.com! Also, we're a patreon sup…
 
Evangelion is over. It's time to talk about the Rebuild movies! We've eschewed our usual summaries just to have a broad conversation about the movies, especially the just released finale. The third and final end of Evangelion. If you've done your homework and watched all the movies please enjoy us reckoning with the final conclusion to this series …
 
We explore Wes Anderson’s funky tale of intrigue and service as we talk about his low-brow secret, the power of good casting, another famous director he reminds us of, and much more in this shaggy dog of an episode! Send us any email questions and comments about the movies we cover or movies in general to abnormalmappingpodcast@gmail.com! Also, we'…
 
As Great Ace Attorney finally hits Western territories, the Novelists turn their gaze to the last release in the series. By the time of Ace Attorney 6, the series had become a digital-only series with little fanfare, but the writing might be more ambitious than ever. We're not just in "America" anymore, we're doing some globe trotting to the fictio…
 
We’re joined by Dan to once again talk about the strange tangent of the Metroid universe as we continue to mine the Phazon arc to gain an appreciation for how you follow up one of the boldest games ever made. Turns out, that’s really hard! Join us for a discussion of light and dark worlds, not even lazily caring about your plot, and the nightmare t…
 
We’re back with another Enterprise book, but also Em’s been digging into some other parts of the Star Trek universe so look forward to a quick run down of the TNG relaunch books on this wild adventure into the nightmare world of space politics, space racism, space espionage, space romance, and anything else you could possibly append space to the fr…
 
Divided across three camps of reactions to this movie, we mostly talk about what makes a romance work, films as spectacle, and why the 50s were a thing that had to be reacted against regardless of how you felt about it. Also, the date-ability of Gene Kelly might come up. Special thanks to David Hayter, writer of X-Men and X2. Send us any email ques…
 
We have a loaded episode for you with a four hour film and five or six movies we’ve seen besides as we go into the epic, goofy sequels, movies within movies, and many other things besides. Also, that Lawrence of Arabia picture? Turns out it’s very popular for a reason: it’s fucking GOOD. Send us any email questions and comments about the movies we …
 
This month we feast on one of the largest games time investment wise we’ve ever played for Abnormal Mapping, but it just so happens to be the game we initially bonded over well before we started the podcast. Thankfully, we can’t get too self indulgent, as we’re joined by special guest Molly Rhinebeck to navigate the ins and outs of the 1000 year jo…
 
I know we have a type here but it turns out on revisiting Kubrick’s final film we find something of a sad cop show in the long nighttime of Eyes Wide Shut, and also talk a lot about sexuality and class and all the other things we always talk about. Movies, now more than ever Send us any email questions and comments about the movies we cover or movi…
 
It’s over! We have finally crossed the finish line with thoughts on Ghibli culture, Hideaki Anno, Goro the hero, our rankings of films, and the strange and difficult journey this podcast has been. Thanks for sticking with us through the ups and many many downs and I hope some day we can all sit down again and watch a new one of these and hopefully …
 
Even in death, you can't escape your commute. Jen, Olivia, and Six embrace the vampire life as a young kindred courier fully out of their depth in a game of grand undead politics. The Inquisition, dark magic, an angry elder vampire... it may seem like a lot, but don't worry. You could always just turn invisible. This Month's Game! Vampire: The Masq…
 
We explore the life of the mind in a movie that can only be described as a stone cold classic. The cinema! Send us any email questions and comments about the movies we cover or movies in general to abnormalmappingpodcast@gmail.com! Also, we're a patreon supported show, please go to patreon.com/abnormalmapping to see our many shows and support us. N…
 
We take a break from the really long games to enjoy some short but sweet adventures in cities both beautiful and threatening as we return to a game we covered years ago and prep for a game we’re going to cover in the future! Turns out, it’s nice to just play a game you can finish in a week, around all these huge JRPGs. Send us questions about our g…
 
Did we finally fix our audio? MAYBE! And just in time for a fantastic time with PTA’s befuddling romance and class comedy, Phantom Thread! Also, some goofs about the two directors Paul Anderson. Send us any email questions and comments about the movies we cover or movies in general to abnormalmappingpodcast@gmail.com! Also, we're a patreon supporte…
 
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