The introduction of Light Hope to Princesses of Power brings a lot of surprising and fascinating lore with it. Who better to chat with about her episode, then, than She-Ra story editor and writer Josie Campbell? (No one, that's who!)
Two adults who host a She-Ra podcast are at least self-aware enough to know that ultimately, the show's meant for kids. So we decided to interview one! This week, Vera, 8, tells us about why she loves the Princesses of Power and why "Promise" is her favorite episode. Eric also reveals the source of his longstanding feud with the Goldbergs.
Art director Elizabeth Kresin joins Lauren and Eric to discuss one of the most emotional and character-driven entries in the first season of Princesses of Power, and we get a look inside the creative design process of the show to boot!
This week, Lauren and Eric get fashionable with special guest Ashley Demma, an expert on dress who shares some terrific insight into the formal wear gracing our heroes and villains in one of the most striking episodes of Princesses of Power!
We're heading back to Mystacor for a look at some of the deeper themes of trauma and healing in the episode, including a chat with school psychologist and returning guest Rachel Megibow, who even uses She-Ra to talk with her students!
In the first of our two-part look at this episode, we talk with Emily Mozartmaid (author of the OTHER political She-Ra project, the She-Ra Generation Blog) about an episode rich with connections to the past, including digging into our favorite character, the one and only Shadow Weaver.
This week, it's Eric's turn to throw some shade as we cover Princess Entrapta's introduction to the squad, "System Failure." Good thing we're joined by the awesome Duo Yang, who goes hard for his favorite princess and brings some fascinating observations about the role of technology in society.