Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 348: Germs

GC13 and David discuss Germs from Invader Zim.

Another episode of Zim, another episode that got its own Flash game on Okay, this is also the last one with its own game, but it’s still remarkable.

So come with us into a world where the 3D printers are really good and the spray cans last forever—a world of spaaaaaace meat!

This episode of the podcast is also available on YouTube.

It’s My Party: Summer Camp Island’s Best Defense Against Retcon

When season three of Summer Camp Island came out, the revelation that the camp was new felt like a retcon. However, the season one episode It’s My Party makes a lot more sense if this really is Summer Camp Island’s first group of campers. How else could Susie… You know…

Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 347: Karate Trainer

GC13 and David discuss Karate Trainer from Glitch Techs.

Become one with the combo—see, we told you tutorials are useful! It’s Lexi’s time to shine with a little bit of help from Karate Trainer 4, so let’s get achievement hunting!


This episode of the podcast is also available on YouTube.

Cartoon Network April 2021 Ratings Report

April 2021 was one of Cartoon Network’s more exciting recent months. It had continued weekly runs of Teen Titans Go! and Total Dramarama, the start of a weekly run for Victor and Valentino, the conclusion of Elliott From Earth’s first season, the conclusion of Ben 10, ten new episodes from Apple and Onion, and two movies which got higher ratings than everything else.

Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 346: It’s About Time

GC13 and Ken make way to Invincible to discuss its first episode, It’s About Time. It sure is.

Yep, neither of them have ever read the comic series, but that just means they approach the show without expectations. Well, except for one expectation—waiting for a heel turn.  Don’t worry though, it still managed to be surprising.

So if you have Amazon Prime, be sure to watch along.

This episode of the podcast is also available on YouTube.

Our Kid Cosmic Season 1 Discussion and Breakdown

Delighted by Kid Cosmic’s first season, the Lunar Sea Spire decide to take a trip to Mo’s Oasis Cafe! Join the crew as GC13, Ken, and David talk about their appreciation for Craig McCracken’s latest superhero-comic-come-to-life Netflix show. The trio break down their thoughts on the animation, narrative, and character ups-and-downs, all while getting a laugh at the dark humor sprinkled throughout Kid Cosmic’s ten episode debut.

Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 345: NanoZim

GC13 and David discuss NanoZim from Invader Zim.

Do you want to see what a 3D budget can do in an early 2000s show? Well, NanoZim is your episode. Dib and Zim may both be dumb, but the money was very wisely spent.

So load up Dib’s Nanochase if you can find it: we don’t get games for cartoon episodes anymore, and that’s a shame.

This episode of the podcast is also available on YouTube.

Because Everyone Loves a Callback: Hilda’s Jorts Incident

As an episodic series, Hilda sends its characters off on different adventures not connected by a tight story arc. That’s not to say that it doesn’t matter what order you watch Hilda’s episodes in—it definitely does.

Take The Jorts Incident for example: it brings back the tide mice from Hilda’s first season to tell another story with them, while at the same time showing us how Frida has grown as a witch since earlier in the season.

Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 344: Mom Soon

GC13 and David discuss Mom Soon from Summer Camp Island.

So, Skadi punches clouds and craves her mother’s approval, while Hedgehog boils pianos and doesn’t care much about her mother’s approval. It seems like there are some lessons that can be taught here, even if it ends up putting Hedgehog in debt.

And yes, there’s also more fuel for the retcon fire.

This episode of the podcast is also available on YouTube.

Brigid’s Return: Craig of the Creek’s Children of the Dog

Brigid was one of Craig of the Creek’s one-episode characters for over two years, but The Children of the Dog finally brought her back. No longer a cult leader, Brigid seems to have gone mainstream by becoming the creek version of a televangelist.

It’s not a direction I saw coming, but Brigid remains. Do you think Craig of the Creek could bring her back for a third episode?