NATWP Podcast

Episode #20 – Bite Sized – Sideburns and Smooshy Faces

Hosted by Natalie, Karen, and Jonathan

May 21, 2013

Welcome to a Bite Sized episode of Not Another Teen Wolf Podcast, where we take one aspect of the fandom and discuss it in a mini-episode! This time around, Natalie, Karen, and newcomer Jonathan talk about werewolf mythology!

Featured Song: Buffy the Vampire Slayer theme by Nerf Herder

In this episode…

-We talk about traditional werewolf mythology and when the idea of werewolves first started
-Jonathan tells us that a lot of the stereotypical werewolf myths are actually modern inventions
-What’s the canon in Teen Wolf?
-Then we talk about Remus Lupin in Harry Potter, which is a very typical werewolf story
-Next up is Buffy the Vampire Slayer, in which the werewolves actually aren’t talked about a lot
-We mention Twilight next, talk about how Jacob & Co. are actually not werewolves, and how — stay with us here — Stephenie Meyer’s ideas about the mythology in Twilight is actually not so ridiculous
-Lastly, we mention The Vampire Diaries, the mythology of which is actually a little more unique than the others
-Our honorable mentions go out to Being Human (UK), Supernatural, Once Upon a Time, Grimm, and Hemlock Grove
-Which of these fandoms has the most relevance to the traditional myths? Where does Teen Wolf fall in the lineup?

Did you like Jonathan on the show? We’re definitely planning on having him back, so make sure you go tell him how great he was! You can find him on Twitter @BiblioDeviant and on his blog. If you’re looking for something a bit more specific, check out posts one, two, and three in his Weapons of Choice series.

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