Category Archives: Graphic Policy Radio

Graphic Policy Radio Goes to the Movies, and Wakanda, for Black Panther. Listen on Demand.

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Black Panther is dominating movie theaters with a record setting debut, the best for any movie released in February, and the second best opening for a film that’s a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The movie is receiving praise form critics, comic fans, and average viewers alike, combining action with deep themes that create a thought-provoking adventure.

Graphic Policy Radio is joined by two guests to discuss the film, Clarkisha Kent and returning guest Charles Pulliam Moore.

Clarkisha Kent is a Nigerian-American, bisexual blerd, a snark mage and a culture critic. She has written for The Root, The Establishment, BET, Into, and, based on her superhero persona, her nemeses include Lena Dunham, Frank Grillo, and Taylor Swift. https://twitter.com/IWriteAllDay_

Charles Pulliam Moore is a staff writer at io9 where he covers comics and genre culture with a focus on race, representation and queer identity. https://twitter.com/CharlesPulliam

Graphic Policy Radio Goes to the Movies, and Wakanda, for Black Panther. Listen in LIVE this Wednesday at 10pm ET

Black Panther is dominating movie theaters with a record setting debut, the best for any movie released in February, and the second best opening for a film that’s a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The movie is receiving praise form critics, comic fans, and average viewers alike, combining action with deep themes that create a thought-provoking adventure.

Graphic Policy Radio is joined by two guests to discuss the film, Clarkisha Kent and returning guest Charles Pulliam Moore.

Listen in to the show when it airs LIVE this Wednesday at 10pm ET.

Clarkisha Kent is a Nigerian-American, bisexual blerd, a snark mage and a culture critic. She has written for The Root, The Establishment, BET, Into, and, based on her superhero persona, her nemeses include Lena Dunham, Frank Grillo, and Taylor Swift. https://twitter.com/IWriteAllDay_

Charles Pulliam Moore is a staff writer at io9 where he covers comics and genre culture with a focus on race, representation and queer identity. https://twitter.com/CharlesPulliam

Twisted Romance: Valentine’s Day special with Alex de Campi, Alejandra Gutierrez, Katie Skelly & Trungels. Listen on Demand

Critically acclaimed writer Alex de Campi teams up with some of comics’ most distinctive talent to create tales of love gone wrong, right, and everywhere in between. A new issue of Twisted Romance is released by Image Comics each week in February.

Joining us on the podcast:

Alex de Campi: an Eisner nominated writer for her graphic novel Smoke and beloved by GP for her series like GrindhouseMaydayNo Mercy, and Archie Vs the Predator.

Alejandra Gutierrez: a “human” woman from Colombia who makes comics, usually sexy ones, sometimes sad ones, and sometimes both. Her page with Emma Houxbois in the Eisner winning Love is Love anthology is Elana’s favorite.

Katie Skelly: an award winning cartoonist whose work includes My Pretty VampireNurse NurseOperation Margarine, and Agent 8 for Slutist.com.

Trungles (Trung Le Nguyen): a comic book artist and illustrator whose work includes Adventure Time: Marshall Lee Spectacular, the highly adult coloring book Fauns and Flora, and Beauties in Fresh Romance.

Twisted Romance: Valentine’s Day special with Alex de Campi, Alejandra Gutierrez, Katie Skelly & Trungels

Critically acclaimed writer Alex de Campi teams up with some of comics’ most distinctive talent to create tales of love gone wrong, right, and everywhere in between. A new issue of Twisted Romance is released by Image Comics each week in February.

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

Joining us on the podcast are:

Alex de Campi: an Eisner nominated writer for her graphic novel Smoke and beloved by GP for her series like GrindhouseMaydayNo Mercy, and Archie Vs the Predator.

Alejandra Gutierrez: a “human” woman from Colombia who makes comics, usually sexy ones, sometimes sad ones, and sometimes both. Her page with Emma Houxbois in the Eisner winning Love is Love anthology is Elana’s favorite.

Katie Skelly: an award winning cartoonist whose work includes My Pretty VampireNurse NurseOperation Margarine, and Agent 8 for Slutist.com.

Trungles (Trung Le Nguyen): a comic book artist and illustrator whose work includes Adventure Time: Marshall Lee Spectacular, the highly adult coloring book Fauns and Flora, and Beauties in Fresh Romance.

Exit Stage Left: Talking Snagglepuss’ New Comic Series with Writer Mark Russell. Listen on Demand.

Heavens to Murgatroyd! The classic Hanna-Barbera character Snagglepuss as a closeted gay Southern playwright being investigated by the House Un-American Activities Committee!? That’s the concept of the new comic series, Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles written by Mark Russell with art by Mike Feehan and being published by DC Comics.

The first issue felt revolutionary gaining buzz and praise from critics and readers alike with the second issue coming to shelves February 7th.

Writer Mark Russell joins Graphic Policy Radio to talk about the new comic series that has everyone talking.

Mark Russell (THE FLINTSTONES, EXIT STAGE LEFT: THE SNAGGLEPUSS CHRONICLES) is an Eisner-nominated satirist who isn’t afraid to go to very serious places. His stories take on Trumpism, bullying, war, genocide, historical amnesia and more. His work was featured on ForbesSlate Magazine and Paste Magazine’s best graphic novel lists in 2017. @Manruss

Exit Stage Left: Talking Snagglepuss’ New Comic Series with Writer Mark Russell. LIVE this Monday.

Heavens to Murgatroyd! The classic Hanna-Barbera character Snagglepuss as a closeted gay Southern playwright being investigated by the House Un-American Activities Committee!? That’s the concept of the new comic series, Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles written by Mark Russell with art by Mike Feehan and being published by DC Comics.

The first issue felt revolutionary gaining buzz and praise from critics and readers alike with the second issue coming to shelves February 7th.

Writer Mark Russell joins Graphic Policy Radio to talk about the new comic series that has everyone talking.

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

Mark Russell (THE FLINTSTONES, EXIT STAGE LEFT: THE SNAGGLEPUSS CHRONICLES) is an Eisner-nominated satirist who isn’t afraid to go to very serious places. His stories take on Trumpism, bullying, war, genocide, historical amnesia and more. His work was featured on ForbesSlate Magazine and Paste Magazine’s best graphic novel lists in 2017. @Manruss

Listen to the show and Tweet us your questions @graphicpolicy.

Listen to Saladin Ahmed Talk About His New Comic Series Abbott on Demand

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Abbott is about a female journalist of color in 1970s Detroit named Elena Abbott who investigates a series of grisly crimes the police have ignored—crimes she recognizes to be the work of a dark magical force—the same force that murdered her husband 10 years ago. As she looks for clues, Abbott puts herself in the crosshairs of a mysterious power out for more blood, all the while navigating a harsh social environment that’s structured to protect the powerful, and prevent access to change. Published by BOOM! Studios, Abbott is written by Saladin Ahmed with art by Sami Kivelä.

Saladin Ahmed joined Graphic Policy Radio to discuss this series and more!

Saladin Ahmed is the author of the Hugo and Nebula-nominated Throne of the Crescent Moon, praised by George RR Martin as ‘a rollicking swashbuckler.’ His essays, poetry, and fiction have appeared in The New York Times, Salon, the Boston Globe, Slate, NPR, and BuzzFeed. He is currently writing Black Bolt and Exiles for Marvel Comics and Abbott for BOOM! Studios.

 

Saladin Ahmed Talks His New Comic Series Abbott. Listen in this Monday.


Abbott is about a female journalist of color in 1970s Detroit named Elena Abbott who investigates a series of grisly crimes the police have ignored—crimes she recognizes to be the work of a dark magical force—the same force that murdered her husband 10 years ago. As she looks for clues, Abbott puts herself in the crosshairs of a mysterious power out for more blood, all the while navigating a harsh social environment that’s structured to protect the powerful, and prevent access to change. Published by BOOM! Studios, Abbott is written by Saladin Ahmed with art by Sami Kivelä.

Saladin Ahmed joins Graphic Policy Radio this Monday to discuss this series and more!

The show airs live at 10pm ET! Listen in or catch it on demand after.

Saladin Ahmed is the author of the Hugo and Nebula-nominated Throne of the Crescent Moon, praised by George RR Martin as ‘a rollicking swashbuckler.’ His essays, poetry, and fiction have appeared in The New York Times, Salon, the Boston Globe, Slate, NPR, and BuzzFeed. He is currently writing Black Bolt and Exiles for Marvel Comics and Abbott for BOOM! Studios.

Listen in this Monday and Tweet us your questions @graphicpolicy.

Listen to the show when it airs live this Monday.

Graphic Policy Radio Talks The Best Comics of 2017. Listen on Demand.

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The comics team at graphicpolicy.com join a roundtable discussion about our favorite comics of 2017 and what’s on the horizon for 2018. From indie comics to webcomics to superheroes and beyond, listen in and find something to pick up at your comic store today.

2017 saw highs and lows for comics and we’ll be discussing that and more. The best Marvel comics? The best DC comics? Image? Dark Horse? BOOM!? IDW? Lion Forge? Manga? And more! 2017 saw lots of comics both mainstream and indie released and we’ll be covering it all. Find out what we enjoyed reading the most and what you should pick up now and put on your pull list for a great 2018 comic and graphic novel reading list.

Graphic Policy Radio Talks The Best Comics of 2017

The comics team at graphicpolicy.com join Graphic Policy Radio for a roundtable discussion about our favorite comics of 2017 and what’s on the horizon for 2018. From indie comics to webcomics to superheroes and beyond, listen in and find something to pick up at your comic store today.

Listen to the show when it airs live this Monday at 8pm ET.

2017 saw highs and lows for comics and we’ll be discussing that and more. The best Marvel comics? The best DC comics? Image? IDW? Dark Horse? BOOM!? Lion Forge? Manga? And more! 2017 saw lots of comics both mainstream and indie released and we’ll be covering it all. Find out what we enjoyed reading the most and what you should pick up now and put on your pull list for a great 2018 comic and graphic novel reading list.

What were your favorite? Tweet at us and let us know what you enjoyed the most? Tweet us @graphicpolicy

Listen to the show this Monday!

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