Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 011

Let’s Talk: DC Comics On Film – Elseworlds Part 2 – By Ben Clemmer. I’ve mentioned before that I have a habit of starting blogs with one topic in mind and then landing on a completely different topic in the posted finished product. Last week’s blog was going to be about how we handle criticismContinue reading “Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 011”

Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 010

Let’s Talk: DC Comics On Film – Elseworlds Part 1 – By Ben Clemmer. One of the 2020 releases I was looking forward to finally reached audiences, so after trying to figure out what topic to turn to after so much focus on DC Comics and movies… Well, here we are. They pulled me backContinue reading “Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 010”

Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 009

I Didn’t Know How Good It Would Feel To Be A Kid Again – By Ben Clemmer. SPOILER WARNING for the finale of the second season of The Mandalorian My wife and I just finished working our way through The Umbrella Academy, and one of that show’s leads makes it abundantly clear that being stuckContinue reading “Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 009”

Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 008

Let’s Talk: Tabletop RPGs and D&D – The Ideal DM – By Stephen Stachofsky.  After my top ten aspects of a good player, you should have known this one was coming for the DM’s out there. Over my years of tabletop gaming, I have worked with many DMs. Most have been amazing. Some have been,Continue reading “Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 008”

Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 007

Let’s Talk: Tabletop RPGs and D&D – Being A Good Player – By Stephen Stachofsky.  What makes D&D something that is not only popular again, but such a lasting standard in the industry of role playing games? What about D&D has inspired video games for nearly three decades, filled countless tomes of books, spawned tradingContinue reading “Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 007”

Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 006

Let’s Talk: Dungeons & Dragons – To Build Or Not To Build – By Stephen Stachofsky.  Dungeons and Dragons has really taken off in the past ten years. Its reemergence and acceptance in the mainstream consciousness is a comeback story to rival Rudy in and of itself. I have been an avid player since theContinue reading “Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 006”

Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 005

I’m Terribly Sorry – By Ben Clemmer. The first season of Storytelling Breakdown focused heavily on comic book based topics. We were already heading that direction when Denny O’Neil passed away. A remembrance for him was easy to write. We know how much his legacy means to Batman fans as well as fans of theContinue reading “Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 005”

Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 004

Keep Banging On Your Drum: An Ode to The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson – By Larissa Whitaker. A universe of zany, well-loved characters lives within The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, and everyone deserves to know about it. It is the best late night production I’ve seen, and includes some of theContinue reading “Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 004”

Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 003

What’s Up Danger? – By Stephen Stachofsky. Hey, let’s take a minute to preface this discussion.  My name is Stephen. I am a music major. I have studied classical music since I was four. I have played in orchestra’s, garage rock bands, sung in operas and in punk bands. I studied music education. I lovedContinue reading “Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 003”

Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 002

Thursday Night Dinners – By Ben Clemmer. I had a different idea for this second blog post when I started it. I wanted to highlight our first episode, which is Joker focused, and talk about the enduring performances of the character that stuck with audiences. The Joker joined Vito Corleone as the only character withContinue reading “Storytelling Breakdown Blog Entry 002”