Young creative, producer, and aspiring superproducer Azeem Hill (also Annie's housemate) joins her to talk about a favorite of his, the polymorphous 1999 entry DIGIMON: THE MOVIE. Azeem discusses the anime's themes of responsibility, spiritualism, and healing, continuing one of the podcast's major themes of what genre fiction can mean for marginalized people.
Azeem tweets @HerbieHandclap and posts his work to Soundcloud | You can find Pepper Breath! Digimon Zine here and the new Digimon is up on Crunchyroll. Music is Björk's "Who is it (Carry My Joy on the Left, Carry My Pain on the Right)", and Amiina's "Hilli."
You can follow Annie Mok on twitter @HeyAnnieMok, find her work at heyanniemok.com, and subscribe and/or rate/review on iTunes | LIGHTS GO DOWN episodes 1-11 encompass Season 1. Season 2, beginning with episode 12, will be released in the next few months and ends the podcast with episode 23, either just for now or for all time.