Issue #96: Women in Comics II: The Women of Talking Comics
Issue #96: Women in Comics II: The Women of Talking Comics | Comic Book Podcast | Talking Comics
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Welcome to our 2nd Annual Women in Comics week here on Talking Comics. We’ve started the week off with some great interview podcasts with Andrea Letamendi as well as an interview with Pretty Deadly’s Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Rios. There’s tons of other content up on the site, so make sure you check it out and please share the crap out of these links so everyone can experience all the lady related goodness.
The show is a full-length show, but instead of featuring Bobby, Steve, Bob and Stephanie, the latter of the four kicks the fellas off the show and replaces them with site contributors, Melissa Megan and Mara Wood. The ladies talk about comic book news, share some witty banter, discuss things important to them and more.
They also take some time to address a comic book medium we don’t often talk about aka manga, answer some listener questions and try to not go to let things get too crazy.
Some of the Books of the Week for this show include: X-Men, Ten Grand, Lazarus, Wonder Woman, Avengers Origins, X-Factor, Sheltered, Revival and more.
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