OpinionatedDavid: The PewDiePie Scandal: Hate or Humour?

In the interests of full coverage of the story, this column contains description of content that some readers may find disturbing. Fair warning.

Well…that just happened.

This past week has been something of a rolling disaster for PewDiePie (real name Felix Kjellberg). For almost half a decade now, the 27 year-old Swedish vlogger has been undisputedly the biggest name on the internet’s supreme video-sharing platform. His channel is subscribed to by over 53 million people, and he was famously the first ‘YouTuber’ to publicise making over $1million in a single year as a result of his content. It’s is not unfair to say he is one of the most influential entertainers of our time, even if most people over the age of 40 have probably never heard of him.

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And yet, in a single week, PewDiePie has been dropped by Maker Studios (Disney’s online content publishing subsidiary), had his upcoming YouTube Red series cancelled by the platform, and been taken off the ‘preferred tier’ for family-friendly advertising by Google. Those are some giant names in the tech and entertainment business, now treating this high-pitched, zany guy who largely just screeches at video-games like the most toxic thing around. So, what on Earth is going on?

This scandal has actually been rumbling on for a while, but only recently did it catch the attention of the Wall Street Journal, who ran the story that has provoked such a widespread severing of ties with Mr. Kjellberg. It all traces back to a video PewDiePie published involving the website Fiverr (not a typo). The theme of the website basically involves people on webcam responding to requests made by their audiences in real time for the promise of small amounts of money (which, of course, is an idea that can only lead to good things, on the internet of all places). In the video, PewDiePie persuades a man dressed as Jesus to tell the camera that “Hitler did absolutely nothing wrong,” before persuading another two men to write ‘DEATH TO ALL JEWS’ on a sign, and hold it up while laughing and dancing.

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This has gone down about as well as anyone with a brain should have damn well expected it to, right before pushing that idea back into whatever diseased part of their mind it came from, and proceeding to do literally anything else.

For what it’s worth, I see absolutely no reason not to take Felix at his word when he says his intention was to “show how crazy the modern world is” (namely that he could get people to do literally anything for $5 on the internet). I don’t believe he is a Nazi, or an anti-Semite. However, where I take issue with the statement he has released in response to the backlash against him is where he states that he is “in no way supporting any kind of hateful attitudes”.

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Because you see Felix… you did. Objectively, that is what you have done. You may not have intended to, and speaking out now against the Neo-Nazi scumbags who are now attempting to use your content to claim legitimacy for their beliefs is somewhat commendable. However, I promise you that those same people do not give a damn what point you were really attempting to make. As far as they are concerned, you have given them ammunition that they will not hesitate to use, and no condemnation from you now is going to stop them. You have been a prominent internet personality for several years. You (should) know these people and how they operate as well as anyone. When are we going to stop giving these people cause to celebrate? We should all know better by now.

You screwed up. You should have known better.

I am saying all of this as someone who believes that, where comedy is concerned, there should be nothing ‘off-limits’. Indeed, some of my favourite comedians have mastered the art of pushing the boundaries of propriety. George Carlin, for example, could pull off telling a theatre full of people they were being stupid for washing their hands after going to the bathroom, and that was one of his cleaner (pun intended) jokes. PewDiePie, however, is not George Carlin. He’s not in the same league as Carlin or any of the other genuine masters of the craft. A comedian understands that jokes can be used as a skewer, to prod mercilessly at our hypocrisies and force us to confront taboos we’d rather not pay attention to. What comedy is not is a shield you can cower behind that renders all criticism of what you said invalid. Yes, Steve Hughes’ skit on the empty nature of being offended is both funny and apt, but Hughes’ never used that idea to try and shut down anyone who ever criticised his point, unlike the legions of internet edge-lords who have misconstrued it.

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Let’s take a moment to examine what the ‘point’ of PewDiePie’s joke was supposed to be. That people will debase themselves for money and fame, even tiny portions of it? Well gosh, Felix! I’m sure that’ll throw the masses for a loop, assuming of course we’ve all just woken up from a coma we’ve been in since 1995. Who is the target of the joke supposed to be, if not Jews or any of the other groups who suffered at the hands of Nazi’s? The people who you paid to follow your instructions to say and do offensive things? Here’s a tip for you: The ‘I’m with stupid’ joke doesn’t work when you’re the person engineering the stupid. You aren’t ‘holding a mirror’ up to anybody in that situation, not when you’re paying in to the same ridiculous construct that encourages their behaviour.

You know you’re no good at this. You’ve said it yourself, that you consider yourself to be a “rookie comedian”. Here’s the thing: You’ve had a lot of practice by now, so if you’re not getting any better at it, it’s time for you to stop.

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I have no doubt that PewDiePie will come back from this incident. Anyone can come back in this industry, and while losing such lucrative contracts is undeniably a big hit, he’s got a big cushion to fall back on. What’s more, the rate of increase in his subscribers has actually rallied in conjunction with the increased publicity surrounding him. If I were him, however, I would be concerned about exactly where those new subscribers are coming from. His career is far from over, I just hope he learns from the mistakes he’s made. If PewDiePie really doesn’t want to be seen as lending legitimacy to any kind of hate movement, the last thing he should want is to wind up with only hateful people rating his act.

But hey, that’s just my opinion, what’s yours?

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VuePoint: Coming Soon in 2017

Well, 2017 has been pretty great for us gamers so far right!? Resident Evil 7 and Nioh have already blown a significant hole in my budget. Horizon: Zero Dawn is just around the corner, with its own price tag looming – thank god I don’t have to pay until release! Isn’t pre-ordering great!? Because despite having limited funds and plenty of more important things on my shopping list, I can’t help myself when that shiny “One Click Buy” button glints.

With that in mind, I thought I’d take a look at some of the great stuff we have coming over the course of the next year. I hear many people saying that this article would have been better at the start of the year, and to that I say…well…good point.

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Anime 101: Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood

Like the magic system of the series, what you get out of Fullmetal Alchemist is governed by the law of equivalent exchange.

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Fullmetal Alchemist came to my attention back in 2009 with the announcement of the English dub of Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (FMAB). I remember watching the first episode but, for whatever reason at the time, I just didn’t commit to following its run. Recently, I decided to have another crack at it and I can see why it gets such high praise from both fans and critics…

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Morning BS: The Order of the Phoenix’s Patrol Playlist

If Mr.Weasley could get a computer to work around magic then wizards could access Spotify and your humble BearSleuth would have some banging recommendations!

Wizards and technology just don’t mix, it’s as simple as that, they never have and they never will. However, Arthur Weasley might have found a way around all that while tinkering in his garage. He’s made several small appliances work including a car. So if Arthur could make all of those work it stands to reason that one day he may even get a computer to spark into life. With that in mind, here are a few tracks I would recommend to our wizard friends once they discover Spotify:


Lupin and Tonks’ Mix-tape


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One of the order’s greatest couples come together in this fantastic mix-tape.

  • The Times They Are A’ Changing – Bob Dylan
  • I wish I was a Punk Rocker (with flowers in my hair) – Sandi Thom
  • I like you so much better when you’re naked – Ida Maria
  • Werewolves Of London – Warren Zevon
  • Don’t let me be misunderstood- The Animals
  • Home – Edward Sharpe and the magnetic zeroes
  • Going up the country – Kitty, Daisy and Lewis
  • Mary Jane’s Last Dance – Tom Petty and the heartbreakers
  • Time in a bottle – Jim Croce
  • Friday I’m in Love – The Cure

Give it a listen on Spotify here.


Mad Eye Moody’s Broomstick Boombox


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When fighting death eaters you need exactly the right set of classic rock hits to strike fear into their hearts.

  • Bat Out Of Hell – Meatloaf
  • Paranoid – Black Sabbath
  • Paint It Black – Rolling Stones
  • Ace Of Spades – Motörhead
  • Radar Love – Golden Earring
  • Wanted Dead Or Alive – Bon Jovi
  • Mr. Crowley – Ozzy Osborne
  • Holy Diver – Dio
  • (Don’t fear) The Reaper – Blue Oyster Cult
  • Renegade – Styx

Give it a listen on Spotify here.


Weasley Weekly Warm Up


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Cleaning out Grimold place is no easy task but with these feel good songs it’s an absolute breeze.

  • Have A Nice Day – Stereophonics
  • Let’s Dance To Joy Division – The Wombats
  • Fill my little word – The Feeling
  • Upside Down – Paloma Faith
  • Dreaming of you – The Coral
  • Half The World Away – Oasis
  • Same Jeans – The View
  • Little Lion Man – Mumford And Sons
  • Elvis Ain’t Dead – Scouting For Girls
  • Teenage Kicks – The Undertones

Give it a listen on Spotify here.

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Morning BS: Black Widow’s Patrol Playlist

When the world’s greatest Shield agent needs to work out, fight or unwind she’s going to need one hell of a playlist, luckily your humble Sleuth has some recommendations.

Natasha Romanov is one hell of a shield agent, possibly the greatest of all time and she fights alongside the likes of gods and super humans a member of the Avengers. Thats a lot of stress. Doctor BearSleuth has a simple prescription though, simply cut loose and rock out. I reckon with these three playlists miss Romanov could rule the world:

 


S.H.I.E.L.D Work Out


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When you’re training to fight alongside Iron Man and the Hulk this is the only playlist you need.

  • Black Widow – Iggy Azalea
  • 212 – Azealia Banks
  • Ignorance – Paramore
  • Just A Girl – No Doubt
  • Heartbreaker – Pat Benatar
  • Barracuda – Joan Jett
  • That’s Not My Name – The Ting Tings
  • Remedy – Little Boots
  • Edge Of Seventeen – Stevie Nicks

Give it a listen here!


Undercover Ninja Mixtape


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Who said that stealth work couldn’t have an awesome soundtrack? With this Soundtrack you’ll be ready for anything behind enemy lines.

  • Switchblade Smiles – Kasabian
  • Prayer Of The Refugee – Rise Against
  • Watercolour – Pendulum
  • Invaders Must Die – The Prodigy
  • Galvanize – The Chemical Brothers
  • Weapon Of Choice (feat. Boots Collins) – Fatboy Slim
  • Joker And The Thief – Wolfmother
  • Sabotage – Cancer Bats
  • Blue Orchid – The White Stripes
  • Enter Sandman – Metallica

Give it a listen here!


Emotional Cleansing


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Everybody hurts and Natasha is no different. She might seem like an ice queen in the field but behind closed doors even she has to blow off some steam.

  • Prayin’ – Plan B
  • Hurt – Johnny Cash
  • Creep – Radiohead
  • Why Does It Always Rain On Me – Travis
  • Dakota – Stereophonics
  • This Is The Last Time – Keane
  • I Miss You – Blink 182
  • Sweet Disposition – The Temper Trap
  • Champagne Supernova – Oasis
  • Torn – Natalie Imbruglia

Give it a listen here!

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Morning BS: Why read Tom King’s Vision: Little Worse Than A Man In 250 words or less

Vision is possibly one of the strongest Avengers with abilities matching Thor or Hulk so what happens when the synthetic superhero wants to start a family?

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There have been a few attempts over the years to give the Vision a solo book and each have been met with low to middling success. This has mostly been due to the fact that he’s a little too perfect. A robot with the ability to change his body density and access many other powers on top of that is pretty muchl unstoppable. When the duties of revisiting Vision fell to rising star Tom King, who went from this to writing Batman, there was one direction no one had ever conceived for the automatous Avenger…Vision the soap opera.

These first six issues see Vision create a family including a Wife, Son, Daughter and Dog. In the first issue we see the kids go off to school, Vision heads off to help the President on normal Avengers business and Vision’s wife murders a super villain. The story then becomes a twisted commentary on suburban lifestyle and the family unit all told through Tom King’s brilliant style which pulls in references to classic literature and comic books.

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I’ve got a few words left so I’ll just say this: I, Robot meets Fuller House…what more could you want?

You can pick Little Worse Than A Man up for £13.49 digitally through the Marvel Comics app or in graphic novel form for £14.99 from Amazon

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Art Must Cross Borders That Politicians Close

Hey there. If this is the first column of mine you’ve read, welcome. If you were one of the people who followed the Bearsleuth team last summer, welcome back. Glad to be doing this again.

It’s awards season in Hollywood once again and the shortlists for the Oscars have been released. Originally, this article was supposed to be mainly about that, but recent events have pushed these things very far into the back of my mind.

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What’s really pressing on my mind right now is that director Asghar Farhadi, whose film The Salesman has been nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film category, will not be attending the event. This is because Mr. Farhadi is Iranian, one of the nationalities that, at time of writing, have been barred from entering the USA by the Trump administration under seemingly any circumstance. It has been suggested (though far from confirmed) that special dispensation could have been made for Mr. Farhadi. Whether those rumours are founded, he has declined to attend anyway as he feels allowances being made for him as an individual are hardly the point in the face of a much greater, nonsensical injustice.

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To be clear, my anger and shock extend farther than the treatment of Mr. Farhadi personally, as it would seem does his own. I have chosen to focus on him because: A) he provides a link between the currently dominant news-cycle and the world that I am used to commenting on in these articles; B) I need to tether myself to something specific right now so this article doesn’t just devolve into incoherent screaming; and C) banning an artist from entering your country when he has neither done nor been accused of doing anything wrong is one step away from banning the art itself.

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Hollywood is a realm of incredible privilege. You won’t hear me denying that; and yes, the preening stars of the red carpet may be not-unfairly seen as flawed idols in a fight against the injustices committed by the faeces-hurling gibbon and his oversized suit. They seem to be so shielded from injustice themselves, after all. However, they are not immune from attacks by those in power and we should all have reason to fear it. The people making acceptance speeches on podia across America this month all know how to make their voices heard in the back. The squatting, alt-right bloggers in the White House know this and recognise it as a threat. That is why ‘Hollywood Liberals’, along with the rest of the media, have become a prime target for their propaganda.

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I can’t help but see the treatment of Mr. Farhadi as a dark tiding of things to come in regards to the effect of politics on the arts. It’s true enough that not being able to attend an advertising convention for very rich people is far from the worst individual injustice inflicted by that sagging ape’s Executive Orders. I’m sure this won’t be the only time he will be mentioned here, as he continues to act like the bull to the US Constitution’s china shop. Nevertheless, it matters, and it matters that we fight it.

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I hope that on Oscar night, every acceptance speech mentions Asghar Farhadi by name and the Dorito-hued Duterte not once. I also implore everyone reading this to get out and see The Salesman if they can; not because it’s good but because it will be an act of objective good to make Asghar Farhadi a household name in America without him ever having to set foot there. Solidarity matters; and resistance to the, hopefully short, reign of the clammy stench of white-nationalism currently impregnating the White House can take many forms.

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When politics seek to regress and when politicians seek to isolate us from each other, art can always seek to render their barriers meaningless. Through it, those who believe in reaching across cultural divides will continue to do so, regardless of the physical barriers put in our way by those undeserving in authority. If their ego requires them to wall themselves off from a world that is bigger than them, a world full of knowledge and experience that they cannot or do not care to know, then on their own heads be it. They will be left behind to wallow in the stagnation they cultivate for themselves. They can tell us what to do, but not what to think, and art will help us keep thinking.

But hey, that’s just my opinion, what’s yours?

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Anime 101: Hunter X Hunter (2011)

33 collected volumes, 148 episodes, two movies and 366 hours of my life on one hell of an adventure!

Mild spoilers

For a few years I’ve had people recommend to me Hunter X Hunter purely based on my love for Dragon Ball. Because of this I put the show down as a copycat of Dragon Ball and never made the effort. Over the course of a week my opinion radically shifted from ‘Dragon Ball knockoff’ to ‘This is the greatest show I’ve ever seen’, and the best part was that I was only just scratching the surface of what the show was really about.

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Left to right: Kurapika, Gon, Killua and Leorio

What is Hunter X Hunter?

Hunter X Hunter is a major ongoing manga series created by Yoshihiro Togashi. The series has been serialised in Weekly Shonen Jump since 1998 and has been adapted into two anime TV shows: the first produced from 1999 – 2001 by Nippon Animation and ran for 62 episodes, the second produced by Madhouse Studios and aired from 2011 to 2014.

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Left to right: 1999 and 2011

The story in its most basic form focuses on a young boy named Gon Freecss as he decides to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a legendary Hunter. It’s worth noting from the start than Gon lived his life to this point believing his father was dead, when in actual fact his father abandoned him to live his life as a Pro-Hunter. Hunters are licensed professionals capable of carrying tasks such as… well, hunting: hunting criminals and treasure, just to name a few.

 

To date 33 volumes of Hunter X Hunter have been translated into English and published by Viz Media. The 2011 anime series is available to stream on Netflix and Crunchyroll.

What separates it from the crowd?

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Killua & Gon

Where Hunter X Hunter truly excels is with its cast of well-developed and memorable characters. I found that I enjoyed and cared for 90% of the characters in the show–this is made more possible by having the characters not follow already existing tropes in shonen anime–the absolute highlight being the friendship between protagonists Gon and Killua.
The relationship between these two characters is well-developed and made believable by how they treat each other, as well as through their interactions. An example of this is the characterisation of Killua Zoldyck, heir to the Zoldyck family of assassins.

 

When it comes to antagonists, Hunter X Hunter delivers them with as much development and characterisation as its protagonists. We spend enough time with each villain to realise they’re not justifying their actions because they’re just straight up evil; each one is made relatable and interesting. My favourite example of this is shown with Yorknew Arc where we’re introduced to a renowned gang of thieves known as The Phantom Troupe.

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The Phantom Troupe

Final thoughts

As I mentioned at the start, I went into Hunter X Hunter with little to no expectations and was completely blown away. At no point did the show feel like a chore to watch; both the story and characters were engaging and well-paced. The soundtrack is nothing to scream about, but it does the job of expressing tone and emotion when necessary. The animation is very well done, but it’s not without its faults as the childish style gives the wrong impression to newcomers and may put people off. Hunter X Hunter is a beautiful show with a strong story and memorable cast to match it, and is worthy of the praise surrounding it. This is a show that deserves to be watched.

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Hunter X Hunter is available to stream on Netflix & Crunchyroll.

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Edited by: IvyM

Morning BS: Batman’s Patrol Playlist

When the Caped Crusader is cleaning up the streets of Gotham he needs the perfect backing track and the BearSleuth has some recommendations.

Batman has always been dark and brooding, resigned to fighting a never ending roster of villains that plague his city’s streets. There has to be a point where that gets boring. I’m sure there would come a night where the Dark Knight starts to fight with his Spotify playlist booming out of his cowl. With that in mind I’ve created three playlists for Gotham’s Protector:


Rooftop Workout


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This is essentially to get Batman’s blood up. If this playlist fails to psyche him up then nothing will…

  • Harder Better Faster Strong – Daft Punk
  • Last Resort – Papa Roach
  • Numb – Linkin Park
  • You’re Gonna Go Far, kid – The Offspring
  • Bring Me To Life – Evanescence
  • Spitfire – The Prodigy
  • Welcome To The Jungle – Guns ‘N’ Roses
  • Woman – Wolfmother
  • Icky Thump – White Stripes
  • Lonely Boy – The Black Keys

Give it a listen on Spotify here.


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The perfect playlist for smashing down walls and completely disregarding all rules of road safety.

  • Born Slippy (Nuxx) – Underworld
  • Banana Brain – Die Antwoord
  • Assassin – Muse
  • Back At The Funny Farm – Motörhead
  • Crazy Train – Ozzy Osborn
  • Kickstart My Heart – Mötley Crüw
  • Rap God – Eminem
  • Shippin’ Out To Boston – The Dropkick Murphys
  • Cochise – Audioslave
  • Cowboys From Hell – Pantera

Give it a listen on Spotify here.


Bat-Cave Wind Down


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After a long night get you butler to message your feet (sorry Alfred) and chill out to these modern classics.

  • Human – Rag ‘n’ Bone Man
  • Redbone – Childish Gambino
  • Icarus Instinct- Mr Key & Greenwood Sharps
  • Hold On We’re Going Home – ASTR
  • The Scientist – Coldplay
  • Old Pine – Ben Howard
  • Colors (Audien Remix) – Halsey
  • Starboy – The Weeknd
  • Controlla – Drake
  • One For The Road – Arctic Monkeys

Give it a listen on Spotify here.

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Extra BS: Return Of The Sleuth

 

Dear Reader,

I’ve got some explaining to do. Jump back to summer 2016, most likely the last time any of you checked this site, and you would have probably seen regular content being pumped out every couple of days. Views were starting to stack up and you guys were beginning to really love our site. Month after month we were smashing our previous hits. Then that regular content slowed and changed, we kept changing and I kept making new promises and explanations until we had a confusing mess of a release schedule. After that the content just stopped entirely.

Until today.

The problem was that your humble Sleuth became employed as a copywriter and the majority of Team Sleuth all ended up going their own way. I made my peace with the thought that BearSleuth was over and I would move on to something else. However, I missed it, we had something here and it’s something I think everyone can get behind. A place for writers to throw their opinions on pop culture topics into the world with the only rule being that it has to be fun and passionate. With that in mind I lit the Sleuth signal and Team Sleuth reformed.

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I tell you all this so you can get a general idea of where we are going next. We’ll be working on a two-week schedule that looks something like this:


Week One


  • Monday: 9am GMT: Morning BS – A quick daily piece from your humble Sleuth from the world of pop culture
  • Tuesday: 9am GMT: Morning BS | 1pm GMT: OpinionatedDavid – Commentary on issues effecting the pop culture community.
  • Wednesday: 9am GMT: Morning BS
  • Thursday: 9am GMT: Morning BS
  • Friday: 9am GMT: Morning BS | 1pm GMT: Covert Coot – A deep delve into the world of anime and manga.
  • Saturday
  • Sunday

Week Two


  • Monday: 9am GMT: Morning BS
  • Tuesday: 9am GMT: Morning BS | 1pm GMT: VuePoint – A longer look at issues and events from the world of gaming.
  • Wednesday 9am GMT: Morning BS
  • Thursday 9am GMT: Morning BS
  • Friday 9am GMT: Morning BS | 1pm GMT: Extra BS – Your humble Sleuth laying down truth bombs about the world of comics.
  • Saturday
  • Sunday

Past this schedule we have plans for more event coverage, more YouTube content and more guest writers but first we just want to show all of you at home how committed we are to putting out great work you can enjoy!

Get ready for the next generation of BearSleuth and prepare your mind to be blown,

Your humble Sleuth,

Patrick Thomas Lunn

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