It’s been 2 years since the first episode of Podigious! In celebration of our 2-year anniversary, we dove deep into a critical comparative analysis of the DigiRap and Pokérap! Instead of listening to the songs, listen to us dissect the cultural ramifications of these great pieces of art for an hour, line by line.
(Our anniversary was actually yesterday, but Jeff couldn’t get the episode out in time. Sorry!)
- 0:00:00: Intro
- 0:02:20: Trivia
- 0:06:47: General Discussion
- 0:14:50: Verse 1
- 0:20:24: Verse 2
- 0:22:15: Verse 3
- 0:26:10: Verse 4
- 0:32:50: Verse 5
- 0:41:02: Verse 6
- 0:45:45: Outro
Our Calumon artwork is by the awesome Mary Cagle. If you want to check out more of her work—which, come on, you really should—she creates the webcomics Let’s Speak English, Kiwi Blitz, and Sleepless Domain. She’s also cubewatermelon on Tumblr and Twitter, where she posts lots of other cool drawings and fanart pieces.
The podcast is made possible with support from our awesome Patremon. If you want to support the show and get some cool rewards (like stickers, buttons, and early episodes), check out our Patreon campaign.
Our intro and transition music is a custom mash-up of the DigiRap and PokéRap. The PokéRap is sung by James "D Train" Williams and Babi Floyd and is available on the Pokémon 2.B.A Master CD. The DigiRap is performed by M.C. Pea Pod and Paul Gordon and is available on the Digimon: The Movie soundtrack.
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