Women in Comics Podcast: Dr. Andrea Letamendi


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Welcome to Talking Comics 2nd Annual Women in Comics week! We have some great content lined up for you guys that include interviews, reviews, columns all focused on the ladies that make comics great.

The first in our podcast series is an interview with Dr. Andrea Letamendi a Clinical Psychologist, scientist, and convention addict/speaker. Dr. Letamendi does some fascinating work at Under the Mask where she delves deep into the psychology of superheroes and on the podcast she gives a informative, entertaining and insightful look at some of our favorite characters.

You can follow Andrea on Twitter @ArkhamAsylumDoc

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2 thoughts on “Women in Comics Podcast: Dr. Andrea Letamendi

  1. To the good doctor: I am a comic book addict. I have been collecting comics for forty + years and can’t seem to stop collecting and reading them… not with so many darn great books to read, but then there is never enough time in the world to read them all. Is there something wrong with me? Do I need professional help?

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