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Listen to Natasha Alterici Talk The Comic Series Heathen on Demand

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Aydis is a viking, a warrior, an outcast, and a self-proclaimed heathen. Aydis is friend to the talking horse Saga, rescuer of the immortal Valkyrie Brynhild, and battler of demons and fantastic monsters. Aydis is a woman. Born into a time of warfare, suffering, and subjugation of women, she is on a mission to end the oppressive reign of the god-king Odin.

This Monday on a brand new Graphic Policy Radio, writer and artist Natasha Alterici discusses her series Heathen published by Vault Comics.

Natasha Alterici is a writer and artist from Oklahoma. She earned her Bachelor’s in Art from Northeastern State University in 2009, and soon after found herself working on freelance illustration and comics projects. Her work includes Heathen, Dinosaur Project, Gotham Academy: Yearbook, Grayson Annual, The Lez Film Review, and more. When not drawing, she enjoys watching cooking shows with her girlfriend and their cat.

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Natasha Alterici Talks The Comic Series Heathen LIVE this Monday

Aydis is a viking, a warrior, an outcast, and a self-proclaimed heathen. Aydis is friend to the talking horse Saga, rescuer of the immortal Valkyrie Brynhild, and battler of demons and fantastic monsters. Aydis is a woman. Born into a time of warfare, suffering, and subjugation of women, she is on a mission to end the oppressive reign of the god-king Odin.

This Monday on a brand new Graphic Policy Radio, writer and artist Natasha Alterici discusses her series Heathen published by Vault Comics.

The show airs LIVE this Monday at 10pm ET.

Natasha Alterici is a writer and artist from Oklahoma. She earned her Bachelor’s in Art from Northeastern State University in 2009, and soon after found herself working on freelance illustration and comics projects. Her work includes Heathen, Dinosaur Project, Gotham Academy: Yearbook, Grayson Annual, The Lez Film Review, and more. When not drawing, she enjoys watching cooking shows with her girlfriend and their cat.

We want to hear from you! Tweet us your questions @graphicpolicy!

Listen to the show LIVE this Monday or catch it on demand.

Graphic Policy Radio Goes to the Movies to Discuss Logan. Listen on Demand.

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Snikt. Snikt. In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X somewhere on the Mexican border. However, Logan’s attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are upended when a young mutant arrives, pursued by dark forces.

Logan is the latest and reportedly final ride of Hugh Jackman as the iconic Wolverine partnering him with Patrick Stewart as Professor X and Dafne Keen as Laura aka X-23! Part road trip, part western, Logan explores themes and tackles issues as immigration, intellectual property, violence in fantasy entertainment, the inevitability of death, and more.

Joining hosts Elana and Brett to discuss the film is Graphic Policy contributor Logan Dalton.

By day, Logan is a data entry administrator. At night, he writes about comics, TV shows for sites like Graphic Policy and Nerds on the Rocks, and is even working on a play. Once he interviewed a vampire. Feel free to pick his brain on LGBTQ representation in comics at any time on Twitter @MidnighterBae

Graphic Policy Radio Goes to the Movies to Discuss Logan LIVE This Monday

Snikt. Snikt. In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X somewhere on the Mexican border. However, Logan’s attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are upended when a young mutant arrives, pursued by dark forces.

Logan is the latest and reportedly final ride of Hugh Jackman as the iconic Wolverine partnering him with Patrick Stewart as Professor X and Dafne Keen as Laura aka X-23! Part road trip, part western, Logan explores themes and tackles issues as immigration, intellectual property, violence in fantasy entertainment, the inevitability of death, and more.

Joining hosts Elana and Brett to discuss the film is Graphic Policy contributor Logan Dalton.

Listen to the show as it airs LIVE this Monday at 7pm ET.

By day, Logan is a data entry administrator. At night, he writes about comics, TV shows for sites like Graphic Policy and Nerds on the Rocks, and is even working on a play. Once he interviewed a vampire. Feel free to pick his brain on LGBTQ representation in comics at any time on Twitter @MidnighterBae

We want to hear your thoughts. Tweet them to us @graphicpolicy.

Listen to the show this Monday live or catch it on demand after.

Listen to Shelly Bond Discuss Femme Magnifique on Demand

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Comic-book stories celebrate women who crack ceilings, take names, and change the game. That’s Femme Magnifique, the comic anthology that salutes 30 female trailblazers of yesterday and today currently being Kickstarted featuring a who’s who of comic creators. That’s at least 30 stories from over 50 creators.

From astronauts and abolitionists to computer coders and crack journalists, these fearless women have paved the way for equal rights in science, politics and the arts. What better way to celebrate their achievements than in Femme Magnifique, a book that can live on in teenage bedrooms, corporate boardrooms and libraries around the world?

Joining Graphic Policy Radio to discuss this comic project is the legendary Shelly Bond who will be editing the stories featured.

Shelly Bond has been driven to edit, crush deadlines and innovate since 1988. To date she has edited 950+ comic books and graphic novels by international superstars and novices. One of the most respected and admired editors among her peers, Bond previously served as VP-Executive Editor of DC Comics’ Vertigo imprint. She wields red pens and tap shoes with equal aplomb.

Shelly Bond Discusses Femme Magnifique LIVE this Monday

femme-magnifique-1Comic-book stories celebrate women who crack ceilings, take names, and change the game. That’s Femme Magnifique, the comic anthology that salutes 30 female trailblazers of yesterday and today currently being Kickstarted featuring a who’s who of comic creators. That’s at least 30 stories from over 50 creators.

From astronauts and abolitionists to computer coders and crack journalists, these fearless women have paved the way for equal rights in science, politics and the arts. What better way to celebrate their achievements than in Femme Magnifique, a book that can live on in teenage bedrooms, corporate boardrooms and libraries around the world?

Joining Graphic Policy Radio to discuss this comic project is the legendary Shelly Bond who will be editing the stories featured.

The show airs LIVE this Monday at 10pm ET.

Shelly Bond has been driven to edit, crush deadlines and innovate since 1988. To date she has edited 950+ comic books and graphic novels by international superstars and novices. One of the most respected and admired editors among her peers, Bond previously served as VP-Executive Editor of DC Comics’ Vertigo imprint. She wields red pens and tap shoes with equal aplomb.

Join us Monday and Tweet us questions @graphicpolicy.

Listen to the show when it airs LIVE this Monday.

Listen to Steve Orlando Discuss DC Comics’ New Series Justice League of America on Demand

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Batman. Vixen. The Ray. The Atom. Black Canary. Killer Frost. Lobo. They’re the Justice League of America. The brand new superhero group launching on shelves February 22. Before the first issue is released, Graphic Policy Radio is talking to writer Steve Orlando about the new DC Comics series and what he has in store for us.

Meet the Extremists-self-proclaimed saviors from another Earth, they thirst for peace, prosperity and total submission to the will of their leader, Lord Havok! How can the newly assembled JLA stop this group of misguided maniacs before the Extremists unleash their own unique-not to mention dangerous!-brand of law and order on our chaotic world?

Orlando is the talented writer behind series such as Midnighter/Midnighter & Apollo, Supergirl, Namesake, Undertow, Virgil, and the upcoming Batman/The Shadow.

Find out about this latest Justice League of America!

Steve Orlando Discusses DC Comics’ New Series Justice League of America this Monday

justice-league-of-america-1Batman. Vixen. The Ray. The Atom. Black Canary. Killer Frost. Lobo. They’re the Justice League of America. The brand new superhero group launching on shelves February 22. Before the first issue is released, Graphic Policy Radio is talking to writer Steve Orlando about the new DC Comics series and what he has in store for us.

The show airs LIVE this Monday at 10pm ET.

Meet the Extremists-self-proclaimed saviors from another Earth, they thirst for peace, prosperity and total submission to the will of their leader, Lord Havok! How can the newly assembled JLA stop this group of misguided maniacs before the Extremists unleash their own unique-not to mention dangerous!-brand of law and order on our chaotic world?

Orlando is the talented writer behind series such as Midnighter/Midnighter & Apollo, Supergirl, Namesake, Undertow, Virgil, and the upcoming Batman/The Shadow.

Find out about this latest Justice League of America and tweet us your questions @graphicpolicy.

The show airs LIVE this Monday.

Listen to Tim Daniel Talk About His New Comic Series Fissure on Demand

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El Sueño, Texas, was a single street town withering under the shadow of the Mexico—U.S. Barrier. Then the pavement split, and a massive crack spread from one end to the other, rapidly swallowing El Sueño whole. Young couple, Avery Lee Olmos and Hark Wright fight to escape the mysterious sinkhole and the malevolent force that beckons from its depths.

Fissure, the debut series from Vault Comics is part horror, part look at race relations and society. The debut issue is a layered read that entertains and makes you think. This Monday we have writer Tim Daniel to discuss his brand new series and more!

Creator, writer, and designer, Tim Daniel, got his start in comics writing The Walking DeadSurvivor’s Guide for Robert Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment. (He later became a zombie himself in the show’s pilot episode.) In 2012, Tim’s first original comic, Enormous, was published by Image Comics. Enormous later returned to print in 2014 as an ongoing series from 215Ink. Since then, Tim has written and co-created Burning Fields and Curse (both with BOOM!), as well as Skinned (Monkeybrain).

Listen in to find out about this new series, publisher, and more!

Tim Daniel Talks His New Comic Series Fissure this Monday at 10pm

fissure-1El Sueño, Texas, was a single street town withering under the shadow of the Mexico—U.S. Barrier. Then the pavement split, and a massive crack spread from one end to the other, rapidly swallowing El Sueño whole. Young couple, Avery Lee Olmos and Hark Wright fight to escape the mysterious sinkhole and the malevolent force that beckons from its depths.

Fissure, the debut series from Vault Comics is part horror, part look at race relations and society. The debut issue is a layered read that entertains and makes you think. This Monday we have writer Tim Daniel to discuss his brand new series and more!

The show airs LIVE this Monday at 10pm ET.

Creator, writer, and designer, Tim Daniel, got his start in comics writing The Walking DeadSurvivor’s Guide for Robert Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment. (He later became a zombie himself in the show’s pilot episode.) In 2012, Tim’s first original comic, Enormous, was published by Image Comics. Enormous later returned to print in 2014 as an ongoing series from 215Ink. Since then, Tim has written and co-created Burning Fields and Curse (both with BOOM!), as well as Skinned (Monkeybrain).

Listen in to find out about this new series, publisher, and more! Tweet us your questions @graphicpolicy.

Listen to the show when it airs LIVE this Monday.

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