Live from the Gardens: The Message

This week in Live from the Gardens we talk about the Seagull and the Common Dolphin, the two main morphs from Animorphs #4: The Message.

Strap in for a lively discussion about how dolphin throats work, the best way to listen to man-made whale songs, and a breakdown of why seagull sex is stupid-looking. Also, Live from the Gardens now has quizzes and stuff!


Animorphs #4: The Message

Animorphs #4: The Message has a lot of poignant, character-building moments, most of which we tear down and humiliate in this episode of Fanimorphs: The Dork-Bajir Chronicles.

We mock the Animorph cover models, the absurdity of the term “great ones,” and the issue of consent when absorbing 13-year-old human DNA. Tune in this week for a deep dive into the perfect storm that is the fourth wave of the Animorphs series.


Live from the Gardens: The Encounter

This Live from the Gardens is centered around two morphs found in Animorphs #3: The Encounter: the Red-Tailed Hawk and the Gray Wolf.

We focus in on how Yeerks spot the subtleties of animal sex by watching Youtube videos, whether or not birds can smell, and Brayden achieves climax live on the cast. Also, buckle up for cloacal moaning, lifting your leg to pee, and how to see superteal!


Animorphs #3: The Encounter

The Fanimorphs sink their teeth into Animorphs #3: The Encounter and bite off a piece of perma-morphed Tobias’ mental health journey.

Get ready to cry some emotional tears as we recap our most tragic hero’s meanderings through coming to terms with his new hawk self and still contributing to Animorph missions. We go over such topics as Marco’s depression strength, Tobias’ general angstyness, and what it’s like to be the doves in a John Woo film.


Live from the Gardens: The Visitor

This week’s Live from the Gardens features the Fanimorphs gang discussing the Northern Short-Tailed Shrew and the Domestic Cat, as featured in Animorphs #2: The Visitor.

Listen in as we argue over the size of lizards and mice and wince at the details of feline reproduction. If you enjoy spiny genitalia and learning some really surprising things about shrews, stay tuned for more near-expert level animal talk.