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Who is Captain America by Erin Kahoa

Mar 10, 2016

Last week, while getting on the Cap 3 hype train (and not feeling so well) I asked my folks on twitter if we can all watch Captain America Movies. Friend of the show, producer of Pleasure Town, supreme storyteller, gaming buddy and all around great guy Erin Kahoa MADE a Captain America movie for me. […]

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Episode 35:

Mar 09, 2016

Hello Listeners and Welcome to Episode 35: The Importance of… We celebrate Women’s History month by talking about some of the important women in the industry–both real and fictional. But we begin today’s episode with a quick review of some of the books read because of someone else on the show (Or one of our […]

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Episode 34:

Mar 02, 2016

Hi Listeners! Sorry for the delay in episode 34. The weather, our friends, was such bullshit, that it even delayed our programming. Here’s what we talked about: Nick: Arkham series (second trilogy – Gothic Sirens – Flight of Robins – Angel of Vengeance) Marty: Daredevil Hannah: Powergirl in the Flash crossover Tim: Iron Fist – […]

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Episode 33: Black Heroes Matter

Feb 24, 2016

Welcome to Episode 33: Black Heroes Matter. Today Marty and Tim host a special guest, writer/storyteller/change maker/asskicker Dennis Upkins! You can find Dennis books here: Hollowstone West of Sunset And you can find Dennis on the internet here. In addition to a wide range of tangents, we tackled the following points:   Feature 1 – African American Creators  […]

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Eight questions with artist Brandon Jones

Feb 21, 2016

  I see that on your Tumblr account that your artwork is digital. What do you use to draw and paint – Photoshop, Manga Studio or something else? The software that I usually use varies, when I originally used Paint tool SAI when I first started, then switched the Photoshop after I started to paint more. But […]

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Roundtable: The Importance of Black Superheroes

Feb 17, 2016

It’s Black History Month and I wanted to know how black superheroes impacted my black friends. So, I asked, “Who was the first black superhero that you came across and what did it mean to you?     Jameel: Black Vulcan on Superfriends. I was young, so I don’t really remember it having any impact. […]

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Special Edition--

Feb 17, 2016

While Hannah is away on a secret mission, Marty, Nick and Tim (with a brand new, very powerful microphone) gather around to talk about Truth: Red, White and Black, the 2002 masterpiece from Marvel that explores the dark side of Captain America’s legacy.    In preparation for today’s talk, we did a little extra homework: […]

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Episode 32:

Feb 10, 2016

Hello Listeners!   This week, we have two big features: First, as part of Black History Month, we do a feature on Luke Cage. Just an announcement: Next week’s Black History Month will be on Truth: Red, White and Black! Try to order this at your LCS. Then we stick our toe into the ocean of […]

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Feb 03, 2016

HELLO LISTENERS!   This week, Hannah, Tim, and Marty gather around the microphone to talk about political figures in comics. We start with two heavy hitters from the Big Two: Batman and Captain America. And by Cap, we mean Nick Spencer’s run on Steve Wilson: Captain America. Here are a handful of links we used […]

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Ep 31 - a dissension

Jan 27, 2016

As soon as you’re born they make you feel small By giving you no time instead of it all ‘Til the pain is so big you feel nothing at all A working class hero is something to be A working class hero is something to be    So, the cast over at All Comics Considered […]

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