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Return to the Past: A Code Lyoko Retrospective

Remember Code Lyoko? That show with the foreheads? The one you used to half-watch while you waited for Teen Titans to come on? The RTTP crew remembers. Join Mary, Ben, and David as we discuss this dorky, cheesy, weirdly touching, occasionally brilliant, underrated relic of early noughties kid culture. Bring your skateboard, y’hear? Follow us on Twitter at @rttppodcast, or send us your feedback at rttppodcast@gmail.com! Cover art by Ingram. Find more of their work at http://www.ingramcomix.com or @ingramcomix. Opening: "Un Monde Sans Danger" by Noam Kaniel Outro: "S'Envoler" (Generique Fin) by The Subdigitals, Franck Keller, and Ygal Amar
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Jun 23, 2017

In this episode, Mrs. Hertz gets high and gives her students dangerous misinformation, so you know you're in for a good time! (That, itself, is dangerous misinformation.) The teen drama descends into cringe-inducing camp, and Ben descends into teen drama as the Odd/Aelita issue rides again.

Questions? Comments? Email us at rttppodcast@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter at @rttppodcast.

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Cover art by the very skilled Ingram! Find their work at @ingramcomix or www.ingramcomix.com.

Opener: "Un Monde Sans Danger" by Franck Keller and Ygal Amar
Outro: "S'envoler" by Herman Martin, Serge Tavitan, and The Subdigitals

Jun 17, 2017

Today's episode is The Trap, and though your humble hosts had quite frankly forgotten it even existed, it's left us feeling quite emotional! 

Join us as David waxes nostalgic about his first crush (she's a triceratops), Ben shamelessly plugs Echoes of Echoes: Finding William Dunbar some more, and Mary makes Admiral Ackbar jokes so you don't have to. Also, we reveal the latest clue in the mystery of Kevin, and ask YOU to send us your fanart!

Questions? Comments? Email us at rttppodcast@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter at @rttppodcast.

You can also support us at our donation page: https://ko-fi.com/rttppodcast!

Cover art by the very skilled Ingram! Find their work at @ingramcomix or www.ingramcomix.com.

Opener: "Un Monde Sans Danger" by Franck Keller and Ygal Amar
Outro: "S'envoler" by Herman Martin, Serge Tavitan, and The Subdigitals

Jun 10, 2017

In this episode, Xana launches his most vague attack yet, many of the show's most famous plot devices make their second-ever appearance, and... Well, the title says it all. Also featured: your hosts making ridiculous trumpet noises, a hilarious voice acting snafu, and a delightful anecdote about the time David out-FN@F'd a bunch of fifth graders.

Questions? Comments? Email us at rttppodcast@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter at @rttppodcast.

You can also support us at our donation page: https://ko-fi.com/rttppodcast!

Cover art by the very skilled Ingram! Find their work at @ingramcomix or www.ingramcomix.com.

Opener: "Un Monde Sans Danger" by Franck Keller and Ygal Amar
Outro: "S'envoler" by Herman Martin, Serge Tavitan, and The Subdigitals

Jun 3, 2017

In this episode, the Lyoko Warriors learn what Ben (and superstar actor Nicolas Cage) have known all along: bees are bad news. We'd torch the whole lot of 'em, if they weren't a crucial part of the ecosystem on which we all depend. Crafty beasts.

Also featured: weird tangents about clowns and Sonic the Hedgehog. But we assume you all know what you're getting into by now.

Apologies for the sound quality in this episode! Both Ben and Mary need to be more disciplined about turning their external microphones on. Ben, specifically, in this instance. 

Questions? Comments? Email us at rttppodcast@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter at @rttppodcast.

Cover art by the very skilled Ingram! Find their work at @ingramcomix or www.ingramcomix.com.

Opener: "Un Monde Sans Danger" by Franck Keller and Ygal Amar
Outro: "S'envoler" by Herman Martin, Serge Tavitan, and The Subdigitals

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