The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #338: January 2022 Question and Answer Session
This week, I’ve got a few quick updates and will be digging into the questions y’all sent. I really appreciate all the thoughtful questions!
These first five comes from frequent show guest Adam from @mom_gave_them_away:
1.) What’s your favorite 80s toy line of all time?
2.) What’s your favorite contemporary toy line of all time?
3.) If you could change one thing about The Rocketeer movie, what would it be?
4.) If there was a new Rocketeer movie, who would you like to see in the cast? Excluding the obvious choice of The Rock for the lead role.
5.) How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop?
Find more of Adam’s work on the interwebs at ACtoydesign and his shop of original resin toys. He does a number of podcasts as well – I Have Spoken (a Star Wars podcast), Death by Podcast (a vintage horror podcast), and You like Toys (a Patreon exclusive podcast about toys and nostalgia).
My brother, Jeremy, who was just on for episode 337 to discuss The Black Cauldron, returns to drop the next question set:
6.) In a perfect world, if you had to pick just one, would you rather see The Thirteenth Hour visualized as a big budget movie akin to the 80s flicks that inspired you, a long-running cartoon series with one of those badass intros with dudes singing, or a retro video game like the one you tried to make way back in the day?
7.) I know that The Thirteenth Hour Book 2 has been on hiatus for a bit; has the general story changed at all due to side projects you’ve been engaged in? On that note, has the trajectory of characters like Logan, Aurora and the Wayfarer changed at all after everything that you’ve experienced the last two years as a dad raising kids in this crazy new Covid world we live in?
8.) Now that you’re a fully fledged custom toymaker, are there any other projects you want to embark upon with the characters from the book? Making Thirteenth Hour dioramas? The World of The Thirteenth Hour Guide Book? A new short story?
Check out Jeremy‘s work over at Pixel Grotto, CBR.com, and Classic Batman Panels on IG. You can support his work on Ko-fi and get access to in-depth, exclusive Batman content here. If you are of the DnD persuasion, his articles on DnD Beyond may be right up your alley. Thanks, Jeremy, for coming on the show!
Wrapping us up for the first Thirteenth Hour podcast Q & A is one of my favorite people in the world, Doug Bernon:
9.) If Howard and Beverly had a child, what do you think their kid would look and be like?
10.) How do you think Logan and Aurora would have handled a pandemic?
11.) Cliff Secord’s helmet is already pretty magnificent. If you were designing one for yourself today, what would it look like?
12.) What role did the movie The Rocketeer play in your life as a kid? Is that the backstory for Logan and Aurora and The Thirteenth Hour?
You can find out more about Doug Bernon in the pages of Cruising World Magazine (he and his wife have sailed all around the world) and through pictures of bread at https://www.instagram.com/wellbredloafing/
Thanks, everyone, for your contributions! It was a blast. We’ll do it again next month (for the episode to be released on 2/28/22). If you have questions, feel free to email me them at email@example.com.