Dani and Dave break down the year in Halo, and our hopes for 2021, with CIA391 and CovieCanon’s Nakai. Show notes and listening options at forwarduntodawn.com/fudcast38.
Category: Post H5
Post-2015 content; articles, podcasts, and more.
Dani, Dave, and Pens_Halo discuss Troy Denning’s Halo: Shadows of Reach. Discussed: macguffins, Denninverse tropes, and what hints we can draw for Halo: Infinite. Show notes and listening options at forwarduntodawn.com/fudcast37.
David and Dani take a trip down memory lane as they talk about how they got into Halo, then discuss the Xbox and Halo content coming later this year. Show notes and listening options at: forwarduntodawn.com/fudcast35
Seventeen years ago, Microsoft released the Combat Evolved novelization Halo: The Flood, and fans got a peek at how the Halo universe was shortly going to explode in scope. Read the article Watch the video
Dani and David are joined by special guest William C. Dietz, writer of the Combat Evolved novelization The Flood, to talk a bit about the book and Dietz’ process writing it seventeen years later. Show notes and listening options at: forwarduntodawn.com/fudcast34
Dani and David are joined by Haruspis and Halo Canon’s ToaFreak to sum up the year in Halo lore and news, and what they expect and hope for in 2020. Show notes and listening options at forwarduntodawn.com/fudcast33.
Haruspis, David, and Dani talk the steampunk spiders, shipping, and how some people missed long walks in their novels, as they discuss Troy Denning’s Silent Storm and Oblivion. Show notes and listening options at forwarduntodawn.com/fudcast32.
Eighteen years ago, Microsoft released Eric Nylund’s Halo: The Fall of Reach, and the Halo expanded universe was born. Read the article Watch the video
Dani and David are joined by author Cassandra Rose Clarke, who talks about getting into writing, how she came to write Halo’s first YA novel, Battle Born, and the upcoming Halo: Meridian Divide. Show notes and listening options at forwarduntodawn.com/fudcast31.
A chat with Halo: Meridian Divide author Cassandra Rose Clarke.