Storytelling Breakdown is a podcast deep dive into how our favorite films, shows, books, games, and more reach us in all sorts of ways. From 106 miles to Chicago to the most famous Mobile Army Surgical Hospital in history. From the power and mischief of wizards and pixies, to making your audience feel like part of the crew as your adventurers travel at light speed. From the terrifying resonance of an eighty year old clown, to the entire life of Caesar, from the cutting edge animation of an entire Spider-Verse, to a card game from the late nineties that’s so Star Wars it hurts, and from the indelible mark of a one of comics’ most creative writers, to a museum dedicated to superheroes of all ages, Storytelling Breakdown is place where we can explore everything we love about the stories that make us who we are.
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- Meyer Productions Presents: The Clemmer Cut #RestoreTheSnyderVerse
- Rogue Producers: A Star Wars Story
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One Year Later – By Ben Clemmer. Well that flew by. I don’t know if I can properly convey how happy I am that Storytelling Breakdown has been out for a year. Caleb and I planned the podcast for a year and a half before the first episode dropped on September 16, 2020. It stillContinue reading “Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 035”
Whose Stories Are The Filmmakers Interested In Telling? – By Ben Clemmer. While it wasn’t planned much beyond our team enjoying a summer vacation, the Storytelling Breakdown blog took a bit of a hiatus over the last several weeks. What’s going to end that hiatus comes as no surprise as The Suicide Squad (2021) wasContinue reading “Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 034”
WonderVision And The Hard Questions Of Some Of The Last Year’s Superhero Content – By Ben Clemmer. SPOILER ALERT for Wonder Woman 1984, WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and Ex Machina by Brian K. Vaughan. Feelings about Wonder Woman 1984 were mixed. The positives included Gal Gadot’s continued excellence as the title character.Continue reading “Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 033”
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