Category Archives: Graphic Policy Radio

Over the Garden Wall Special with author of The Art of Over the Garden Wall on Demand

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Official Fall ritual: rewatching the award winning animated special Over the Garden Wall. And now you can do it with the experts. Dark Horse has released a book: The Art of Over The Garden Wall. The book is a complete tour through the development and production of the animated masterpiece, containing hundreds of pieces of concept art and sketches, and a comprehensive look at the show’s breathtaking production art. Also includes commentary from creators Patrick McHale and Nick Cross, interviews with the cast and crew, and more!

It’s writer Sean Edgar will be joining us to talk about it.

And that’s a Rock Fact.

Over the Garden Wall Halloween Special with author of The Art of Over the Garden Wall this Wednesday

Official Fall ritual: rewatching the award winning animated special Over the Garden Wall. And now you can do it with the experts. Dark Horse has released a book: The Art of Over The Garden Wall. The book is a complete tour through the development and production of the animated masterpiece, containing hundreds of pieces of concept art and sketches, and a comprehensive look at the show’s breathtaking production art. Also includes commentary from creators Patrick McHale and Nick Cross, interviews with the cast and crew, and more!

It’s writer Sean Edgar will be joining Graphic Policy Radio to talk about it this Wednesday at 10pm ET.

And that’s a Rock Fact.

You can listen to this special episode of Graphic Policy Radio LIVE this Wednesday at 10pm ET.

Graphic Policy Radio Talks New York Comic Con, Comics, and More on Demand!

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Graphic Policy Radio is back to discuss all the latest comic news! It’s been a bit since both Brett and Elana have been on the show together and they’re catching up on New York Comic Con and more. Expect discussion about Marvel and Northrop Grumman, NYCC, the latest comic news, and so much more in a potluck episode that’ll take you through a whirlwind of geekdom.

Tackling Marvel Netflix The Defenders. Listen to the Discussion on Demand.

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The Defenders was supposed to be Marvel and Netflix‘s biggest hit yet: a team up series bringing together Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist. But the results have been divisive: some fans hate it, some found it fun. Find out where our comics reading film critics fall in that debate and what we’d like to see more of from Marvel Netflix.

Host Elana Levin (@elana_brooklyn on twitter) is joined by Brandon David Wilson, a Los Angeles-based filmmaker and educator. He has directed numerous short films and two feature films, most recently “Sepulveda” sepulvedathemovie.com which he co-directed with his wife Jena English. He writes essays on film and culture at geniusbastard.com. He also tweets a lot @GeniusBastard.

We Talked Mine! The Comic Anthology Supporting Planned Parenthood

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Mine! is a comic collection that celebrates the amazing work of Planned Parenthood and personal empowerment. It includes stories about healthcare, personal experiences and empowerment, done in genres as historical, dramas, science fiction, fantasy, superhero, and satirical stories.

Joining Graphic Policy Radio are Molly Jackson and Joseph Corallo to talk about this Kickstater project, one you should be backing!

Mine! features an impressive roster of creative talent of over 100 creators and you have until September 15th to back it. Help them create this book of empowerment that’s raw, heart-felt and visually stunning.

We’re Talking Mine! The Comic Anthology Supporting Planned Parenthood

Mine! is a comic collection that celebrates the amazing work of Planned Parenthood and personal empowerment. It includes stories about healthcare, personal experiences and empowerment, done in genres as historical, dramas, science fiction, fantasy, superhero, and satirical stories.

Joining Graphic Policy Radio are Molly Jackson and Joseph Corallo to talk about this Kickstater project, one you should be backing!

Listen to the show LIVE this Monday at 10pm ET.

Mine! features an impressive roster of creative talent of over 100 creators and you have until September 15th to back it. Help them create this book of empowerment that’s raw, heart-felt and visually stunning.

Listen to the show LIVE this Monday.

Listen to Dr Sheena Howard and David Walker Talk Catalyst Prime’s Superb on Demand

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Written by David Walker and Dr. Sheena C. Howard Superb follows teenager Kayla Tate who is forced to move back to her hometown of Youngstown, Ohio. Meanwhile, the mysterious superhero Cosmosis battles the supposedly-benevolent corporation Foresight. The series is unique in that the superhero, Jonah, has Down Syndrome. Lion Forge is also working with the National Down Syndrome Society on the portrayal of the character and will include educational material for readers.

Joining Graphic Policy Radio to discuss Superb is writers David Walker and Sheena C. Howard.

Sheena C. Howard, is a Past Chair of the Black Caucus and Associate Professor of Communication at Rider University. Howard is an award-winning author. That includes a 2014 Eisner Award winner for her first book, Black Comics: Politics of Race and Representation. She’s also the author of Black Queer Identity Matrix and Critical Articulations of Race, Gender and Sexual Orientation. Howard has appeared on NPR, The Washington Post, ABC, Philadelphia Weekly as well as other networks and documentaries as an expert on popular culture, race, politics and sexual identity negotiation. She also writes for The Huffington Post.

David F. Walker’s an award-winning comic book writer, author, filmmaker, journalist, and educator. His work in comic books includes working with Dynamite, Marvel, IDW/Monkeybrain, and Dark Horse. He’s also the creator of the YA series The Adventures of Darius Logan.

Walker is recognized as a leading scholar expert of African-American cinema. Walker has directed and produced films, written for numerous sites as screen editor and film critic, and taught courses such as documentary filmmaking, writing for comics, and film criticism.

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Dr. Sheena Howard and David Walker Talk Catalyst Prime’s Superb LIVE this Monday

Written by David Walker and Dr. Sheena C. Howard Superb follows teenager Kayla Tate who is forced to move back to her hometown of Youngstown, Ohio where the mysterious superhero “Cosmosis” battles the supposedly-benevolent corporation Foresight. What makes Superb unique is that the superhero, Jonah, has Down Syndrome and publisher Lion Forge is working with the National Down Syndrome Society on the portrayal of the character and will include educational material for readers.

Joining Graphic Policy Radio to discuss this new series are writers David Walker and Sheena C. Howard.

Listen live this Monday at 10pm ET.

Sheena C. Howard, is a Past Chair of the Black Caucus and Associate Professor of Communication at Rider University. Howard is an award-winning author, including a 2014 Eisner Award winner for her first book, Black Comics: Politics of Race and Representation. She’s also the author of Black Queer Identity Matrix and Critical Articulations of Race, Gender and Sexual Orientation. Howard has appeared on NPR, The Washington Post, ABC, Philadelphia Weekly as well as other networks and documentaries. She’s an expert on popular culture, race, politics and sexual identity negotiation. She also writes for The Huffington Post.

David F. Walker is an award-winning comic book writer, author, filmmaker, journalist, and educator. His work in comic books includes working with Dynamite, Marvel, IDW/Monkeybrain, and Dark Horse. He is also the creator of the YA series The Adventures of Darius Logan.

Walker is also a leading scholar expert of African-American cinema. He’s directed and produced films, written for numerous sites as screen editor and film critic, and taught courses such as documentary filmmaking, writing for comics, and film criticism.

Listen to the show as it airs live this Monday and also Tweet us your questions.

Listen to GP Radio Talk Mirror Mirror II a Horror Anthology with Julia Gfrörer and Sean T. Collins on Demand

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Editors Julia Gfrörer & Sean T. Collins have amassed some of the darkest talents within as well as outside of comics to create a wholly singular reading and visual experience. From masters of horror like Clive Barker to leading figures in altcomics such as Simon Hanselmann, this collection — focused on the intermingled themes of horror, ography, the Gothic, and the abject — Mirror Mirror II transcends the expectations of what a comics anthology can do.

Mirror Mirror II features new and unpublished work from Lala Albert, Clive Barker, Heather Benjamin, Apolo Cacho, Sean Christensen, Nicole Claveloux, Sean T. Collins, Al Columbia, Dame Darcy, Gretchen Alice Felker-Martin, Noel Freibert, Renee French, Meaghan Garvey, Julia Gfrörer, Simon Hanselmann, Aidan Koch, Laura Lannes, Céline Loup, Uno Moralez, Mou, Jonny Negron, Claude Paradin, Chloe Piene, Josh Simmons, Carol Swain, and Trungles.

Julia Gfrörer was born in 1982 in Concord, New Hampshire. Her work has appeared in ThicknessArthur MagazineStudy Group MagazineBlack EyeKramers Ergot, and multiple volumes of Best American Comics. Her graphic novels Black is the Color and Laid Waste are published by Fantagraphics Books.

Sean T. Collins has written for Rolling Stone, The New York Times, WiredVultureEsquirePitchforkThe Comics Journal, and others. His comics have been published by Marvel, Top Shelf, Study Group, and Youth in Decline. He and Julia live with their children on Long Island.

Mirror Mirror II is the publisher 2dcloud’s annual flagship anthology.

Mirror Mirror II a Horror Anthology with Julia Gfrörer and Sean T. Collins, on GP Radio at Noon Tuesday!

Editors Julia Gfrörer & Sean T. Collins have amassed some of the darkest talents within as well as outside of comics to create a wholly singular reading and visual experience. From masters of horror like Clive Barker to leading figures in altcomics such as Simon Hanselmann, this collection — focused on the intermingled themes of horror, ography, the Gothic, and the abject — Mirror Mirror II transcends the expectations of what a comics anthology can do.

Listen in as Graphic Policy Radio talks about this new comics anthology this Tuesday at noon.

Mirror Mirror II features new and unpublished work from Lala Albert, Clive Barker, Heather Benjamin, Apolo Cacho, Sean Christensen, Nicole Claveloux, Sean T. Collins, Al Columbia, Dame Darcy, Gretchen Alice Felker-Martin, Noel Freibert, Renee French, Meaghan Garvey, Julia Gfrörer, Simon Hanselmann, Aidan Koch, Laura Lannes, Céline Loup, Uno Moralez, Mou, Jonny Negron, Claude Paradin, Chloe Piene, Josh Simmons, Carol Swain, and Trungles.

Julia Gfrörer was born in 1982 in Concord, New Hampshire. Her work has appeared in ThicknessArthur MagazineStudy Group MagazineBlack EyeKramers Ergot, and multiple volumes of Best American Comics. Her graphic novels Black is the Color and Laid Waste are published by Fantagraphics Books.

Sean T. Collins has written for Rolling Stone, The New York Times, WiredVultureEsquirePitchforkThe Comics Journal, and others. His comics have been published by Marvel, Top Shelf, Study Group, and Youth in Decline. He and Julia live with their children on Long Island.

Mirror Mirror II is the publisher 2dcloud’s annual flagship anthology.

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