In this episode, Matias escorts Clarence as he picks down the path of practiced parahumans precariously protecting panicking unpowered people from the posses of perilous puppet impostors that plague them. In this they covered arcs 23-26 in the overview episode, summarizing the actions and reactions of this section. The Perspectives episode is in two weeks, coming out August 21st. Check out the Pale Reflections/Decomposing Worm fanart contest going on for the next two weeks! The theme is ‘monsters’. https://www.doofmedia.com/2020/07/25/pale-reflections-decomposing-worm-fan-art-contest-9-monsters/ Discuss the episode and leave your Themes and Theories for Arcs […]
As apology for abruptly announcing a biweekly schedule, Clarence and Matias recorded a bonus episode looking at Worm’s action sequences.
In this episode, Matias guides Clarence as the story tiptoes around the terrible tempers of two teams of troublesome teens. Dragon’s suits get blown up, Skitter keeps getting more violent, Coil gets got, and the Travelers get unraveled.
In this Perspectives episode, the Marxists strike back with an understanding of ideology, and Derrida rears the ugly head of Deconstruction and the obnoxiously complicated past of Structuralism.
In this episode, Matias guides Clarence as he saunters into a serious slew of savage scenes with the Slaughterhouse Nine. This is the Overview episode for Arcs 9-14, so they covered the most key points and paid attention to the most textual of themes. Next week is the Perspective episode, where they’ll use critical theory to examine angles and characters from this part of the story. Discuss the episode and leave your Questions for Clarence and Themes and Theories for Arcs 15-17 here!
In the first of the experimental Perspectives episodes, Clarence and Matias apply critical theories from Foucault and Marx to the first eight arcs of Worm, and include a few other, lighter, bits.