All tagged hiveswap friendsim
Geezy joins Kate to discuss Homestuck’s literary legacy and writing for Friendsim. Subjects include the merit of transformative fan works, Hussie as an internet Tolkien, writing as diamond-cutting, the online production of place, Fozzer says trans rights, working for your daughter, and why Feferi is the best character in Homestuck.
Dia joins Kate to discuss troll biology, canon and headcanons. Topics include trolls just being bug furries, comprehensive theories of troll chromosomes and jadeblood roles, unexpected silk, forbidden Vast Error lore, rainbow drinkers, Bronwurd (THEY WERE PITCH, Y’ALL), and Mindfang’s armpit vortex.
Hiveswap Friendsim writer Cee L. Kyle (Bronya, Zebruh, Remele, Lynera, Daraya) joins Kate to discuss rebellion, the halfway point of the Homestuck media universe, psychology at knifepoint, and the Zebruhs all around us.
Music by James Roach from the album Hiveswap Friendsim.
Hiveswap Friendsim writer Aysha U. Farah joins Kate for a discussion on the visual novel that expanded the Homestuck universe. Topics include metatextuality, complex queer characters (yes, we talk about Lanque), outsourced thinking, and the morality of a murder planet.
Sapharodon returns, joining Kate for a discussion of Friendsim Volume 16 and Deltarune. Topics include Tyzias and Stelsa, the cosmic significance of juggalos, TROLL COMMUNISM, and the future of Deltarune.
James Roach, Music and Sound Effects Lead for Hiveswap and composer for Hiveswap, the Friendsims and Homestuck, joins the podcast for a discussion of music in the work and what it’s like being part of the team. Topics include how to paint a portrait of Alternia in sound, Vriscourse, pronouncing Aradia, the future of Hiveswap, clownf**king, and advice for creative careers.
Kate (twitter.com/gamblignant8) and Sapharodon (twitter.com/Sapharodon) discuss this week in Homestuck. Subjects include Friendsim news, the personal story of old readers vs. new fans, Tyzias's affecting story, and Joey Claire, extraordinaire.