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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!

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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.

Can Star Wars’ Rebel Alliance Be a Force of Resistance to Trump? Listen on Demand and Find Out.

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Stories of resistance to tyranny are a powerful Force for change (pun intended). Star Wars‘ mythos are more relevant than ever and we’ll be discussing fan communities using Star Wars to fight the Empire with Brian Young.

Brian works on the Imagine Better campaign to form a Rebel Alliance for a better Star Wars fandom.

Young has produced political documentaries for the Disinformation Company and written for Huffington Post about politics since 2007, but he’s also a big Star Wars fan. He writes for StarWars.com and Star Wars Insider Magazine and hosts one of the largest Star Wars podcasts: Full of Sith. He talks regularly about Star Wars and politics, but only occasionally at the same time, but not for lack of wanting to.

He is @swankmotron on twitter.

Can Star Wars’ Rebel Alliance Be a Force of Resistance to Trump?

rebel-symbolStories of resistance to tyranny are a powerful Force for change (pun intended). Star Wars‘ mythos are more relevant than ever and we’ll be discussing fan communities using Star Wars to fight the Empire with Brian Young.

Listen to the latest episode of Graphic Policy tonight at 10pm ET.

Brian works on the Imagine Better campaign to form a Rebel Alliance for a better Star Wars fandom.

Young has produced political documentaries for the Disinformation Company and written for Huffington Post about politics since 2007, but he’s also a big Star Wars fan. He writes for StarWars.com and Star Wars Insider Magazine and hosts one of the largest Star Wars podcasts: Full of Sith. He talks regularly about Star Wars and politics, but only occasionally at the same time, but not for lack of wanting to.

He is @swankmotron on twitter.

Listen to the show when it airs live tonight at 10pm ET.

Gotham Weekly With Alex And Joe

Well folks, we finally gave up on trying to jointly write a column, and instead just decided to record our conversation about these books for your audio pleasure. This week we discuss Detective Comics #949, Batman Beyond #4, Batgirl #7, as well as the news that Ben Affleck has stepped away from the directors chair of the upcoming Batman  movie.

The podcast was recorded live and hasn’t been edited, so there’s likely some cussing here and there.

 

Listen to Kelly Thompson take aim to talk Hawkeye. Listen to the show on demand!

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Remember Hawkeye? No not that Hawkeye, our favorite Hawkeye, the butt-kicking hero who had to save the other Hawkeye’s butt all the time. Yup, you know her, it’s the dazzling Kate Bishop making her solo comics debut! Kate is heading west and returning to Los Angeles, with her bow and arrow and P.I. badge in tow. There are crimes to solve and she’s the best archer to handle ‘em! The City of Angels has a new guardian angel. Written by Kelly Thompson, Kate Bishop is taking center stage with her own comic series from Marvel. Thompson joins Graphic Policy Radio to talk this and more!

Thomspon is the talented writer behind such series as Hawkeye, The Misfits, A-Force, Jem & the Holograms, Power Rangers: Pink, Captain Marvel & The Carol Corps, and so much more. We’re going to be discussing all of that and what makes Kate Bishop awesome!

Kelly Thompson takes aim to talk Hawkeye LIVE This Monday

hawkeye1coverRemember Hawkeye? No not that Hawkeye, our favorite Hawkeye, the butt-kicking hero who had to save the other Hawkeye’s butt all the time. Yup, you know her, it’s the dazzling Kate Bishop making her solo comics debut! Kate is heading west and returning to Los Angeles, with her bow and arrow and P.I. badge in tow. There are crimes to solve and she’s the best archer to handle ‘em! The City of Angels has a new guardian angel. Written by Kelly Thompson, Kate Bishop is taking center stage with her own comic series from Marvel. Thompson joins Graphic Policy Radio to talk this and more!

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

Thomspon is the talented writer behind such series as Hawkeye, The Misfits, A-Force, Jem & the Holograms, Power Rangers: Pink, Captain Marvel & The Carol Corps, and so much more. We’re going to be discussing all of that and what makes Kate Bishop awesome!

Have questions? Tweet them to us @graphicpolicy

Listen in to the show this Monday.

Listen to Writer Vita Ayala Discuss Amanda Waller and the Suicide Squad on Demand

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DC ComicsSuicide Squad has some of the world’s most dangerous criminals as its members, but when it comes to the Suicide Squad its leader and manipulator Amanda Waller might be the scariest. In Suicide Squad Most Wanted DC Comics is highlighting the members of the team and writer Vita Ayala is tackling “The Wall,” Amanda Waller. Ayala joins Graphic Policy Radio this Monday to talk Waller and more!

Vita Ayala is a writer based out of New York City. They penned their first piece of fiction at the tender age of ten, and never looked back. Though traditionally a prose writer, they have had work published by DC Comics (DC New Talent Showcase #1, DC Holiday Special 2016, Suicide Squad Most Wanted: El Diablo & Amanda Waller #5). They also have a few soon-to-be-released comics projects in the works–including Our Work Fills The Pews through the publisher Black Mask Studios. When they are not actively writing, Vita spends their time scheming ways to get tickets to see Hamilton and cultivating an appreciation for New York’s finest cheap pizza.

Listen and get the scoop on Amanda Waller and their upcoming comic project on a brand new episode!

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