Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 280: I Love You Mao Mao

GC13 and David discuss the first episode of Mao Mao: Heroes of Pure Heart: I Love You Mao Mao.

Buckle up, we’re about to get into no-margin comedy with villains who have very serious decor. The first episode starts like the series means to begin: very funny, with a great dynamic between the three main characters.

If you haven’t been watching Mao Mao, why haven’t you?

This episode of the podcast is also available on YouTube.

No air times for January 27 – February 2, 2020

Conductor of the Infinity Train: One-One and His Limits

Raise your hand if, while you were watching the second season of Infinity Train, you expected One-One to be able to fix MT’s problem as soon as she found him. A lot of you probably raised your hand. Things didn’t work out so easily, did they?

One-One is a robot, and as a robot he has certain rules he follows. He conducts the train to the best of his abilities, but MT didn’t get her happy ending until she exploited One-One’s limited logical abilities.

What would the creator of the Infinity Train have thought about her ending? When will we learn about this creator?

Unlocked episodes as of January 24, 2020

Here are the Steven Universe episodes that you can currently watch on the Cartoon Network website and app without logging in with a cable provider:

  • Room for Ruby
  • Same Old World
  • Steven Floats
  • Shirt Club
  • Joyride

Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 279: Saxophone Come Home

GC13 and David discuss the fourth episode of Summer Camp Island, Saxophone Come Home.

While Summer Camp Island is a very kind show, this episode does feature some bullying of Oscar (though his cool new friend Saxophone is able to help him deal with the problem in style). Also Susie may or may not actually need to wear her contacts, but that whole thing with the hockey puck sure seems familiar…

This episode is also available on YouTube.

No air times for January 20-26, 2020

REVIEW: Steven Universe’s First Paper Mario-Style RPG, Attack the Light

Grumpyface Studios proved Steven Universe belonged in his own video game when they released Attack the Light in April 2015. The developer not only carefully adapted Steven’s world into a lovingly crafted RPG, but they also drew from the right video game inspirations to craft an experience that felt authentic to the love of games the shows creators hold.

In this review and retrospective, David covers what makes this game special, and how it fits the mobile gaming-paradigm, as well as goes beyond it.

Unlocked episodes as of January 17, 2020

Here are the Steven Universe episodes available for you to watch on the Cartoon Network website and app without logging in with a cable provider:

  • Rocknaldo
  • Restaurant Wars
  • Reformed
  • Onion Friend
  • Joking Victim

Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 278: Infinity Train Book Two

GC13 and David discuss Infinity Train’s second season: Cracked Reflection.

If you wanted more lore about the train, you got it. Plus, with the season following Tulip’s former reflection, we also learned a little bit more about the mirror world. In both cases we ended up with so many more questions than we had before.

This episode is also available on YouTube.

No air times for January 13-19, 2020