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Christopher Sebela: Hearthrob, Crowded and Shanghai Red, Listen on Demand

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Christopher Sebela is a two-time Eisner-nominated writer, designer and publisher living and dying in Portland, Oregon. He’s co-created books like Crowded, Shanghai RedHouse AmokEvolution, HeartthrobHigh CrimesWe(l)come BackDead Letters as well as publishing his comics Short Order Crooks and The Death Defying thru his Two Headed Press. He also writes things in other peoples’ sandboxes like Ghost RiderHarley QuinnKiss/VampirellaDetective ComicsCaptain MarvelInjustice: Ground Zero and Demonic. He is catnip for weirdos, a fan of every dog and contains toxic amounts of caffeine.

He tweets @Xtop

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Christopher Sebela: Hearthrob, Crowded and Shanghai Red, Live on Graphic Policy Radio Tonight!

Christopher Sebela is a two-time Eisner-nominated writer, designer and publisher living and dying in Portland, Oregon. He’s co-created books like Crowded, Shanghai RedHouse AmokEvolution, HeartthrobHigh CrimesWe(l)come BackDead Letters as well as publishing his comics Short Order Crooks and The Death Defying thru his Two Headed Press. He also writes things in other peoples’ sandboxes like Ghost RiderHarley QuinnKiss/VampirellaDetective ComicsCaptain MarvelInjustice: Ground Zero and Demonic. He is catnip for weirdos, a fan of every dog and contains toxic amounts of caffeine.

He tweets @Xtop

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

Wishing you a happy Pride Month. Support LGBTQ writers and artists!

Watching Solo: A Star Wars Story: Together. Listen to the Show on Demand and on the Go.

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What we really wanted was a Lando movie. Does a Han Solo prequel have much to offer Star Wars fans? How about with a revolutionary droid by his side!? What do two life long Star Wars fans and political organizers think of the latest installment in the Star Wars empire?

Elana is joined by Steven Attewell for this brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio. Steven writes about the intersection of history, politics, and pop culture in “The People’s History of the Marvel Universe” for Graphic Policy. In his day job, He teaches public policy at CUNY’s Murphy Institute for Labor Studies. He is the founder of Race for the Iron Throne.

Deadpool 2: The Wrath of Rusty. Listen to Graphic Policy Radio on Demand and on the Go

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Deadpool 2 brings the merc with a mouth to the big screen again along with the first canonically queer couple in a major superhero movie. We are Queer Marvel comics fans and we have opinions.

Guests:

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

When Sarah Rasher is not rewatching comic book movies For Science, trying to make everyone they know watch DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and texting their friends at 1 AM about the queer implications of the Marvel canon, they are writing a blog about competitive figure skating or trying to apply their Ph.D. in Shakespeare to early childhood education research. https://twitter.com/pas_deChat

The Cyberpunk Franchise That Wants YOU to Write It. Listen to Graphic Policy Radio on Demand!

The Cellarius Universe (CX)— is an original, transmedia cyberpunk franchise that leverages blockchain technology and user-generated assets to create a collaborative, fan-curated story.

That means they want you to be a part of the writing process! Do fans want to write a new universe? And how does all this work? What role does diversity and representation play in building a user generated world? And how does ownership of content play out in a situation like this?

We’re joined by Gregory Whiting, the Community, Ethics, and Inclusion Lead of Cellarius Universe and by Kat Overland, small press editor at Women Write About Comics and fanfic afficionado.

The Pervert, a Graphic Novel with writer Michelle Perez. Listen on Demand

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Image Comics presents a surprisingly honest and touching account of a trans girl surviving through sex work in Seattle. The Pervert is an unflinching debut graphic novel that is preoccupied with work—what we put into our work and what it takes from us.

Continuing the narrative begun in the Eisner-nominated comics magazine Island, The Pervert features painted colors by Remy Boydell and the writing debut of Michelle Perez.

Michelle joins us for a discussion that ranges from public policies around sex work to the art of slice of life comics and the importance of trans naratives.

The Pervert, a Graphic Novel by Creators Michelle Perez & Remy Boydell. Listen Live tonight at 7pm

Image Comics presents a surprisingly honest and touching account of a trans girl surviving through sex work in Seattle. With excerpts published in the Eisner-nominated anthology Island, the full-color volume, drawn and painted by Remy Boydell, is an unflinching debut graphic novel. Written by Michelle Perez.

The creative team joins Graphic Policy Radio to discuss their latest release and you can listen live tonight at 7pm.

Avengers: Infinity War. Thanos Demands Your Eros. Listen on Demand!

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Join Graphic Policy Radio as it discusses the Marvel Cinematic Universe‘s biggest crossover to date, Avengers: Infinity War. Our guest experts are Marvel fans with an academic bend:

Steven Attewell writes about the intersection of history, politics, and pop culture in “The People’s History of the Marvel Universe” for Graphic Policy. In his day job, He teaches public policy at CUNY’s Murphy Institute for Labor Studies. He is the founder of Race for the Iron Throne, a blog about A Song of Ice and Fire.

Brandon Wilson is a Los Angeles based filmmaker and teaches at UCLA and Columbia College Hollywood where he is currently teaching classes on the History of Critical Analysis and a class on David Fincher.

And our host Elana Levin who has a lot to say about the politics of Thanos.

Avengers: Infinity War. Thanos Demands Your Eros. Listen LIVE this Monday at 10pm ET

Join Graphic Policy Radio as it discusses the Marvel Cinematic Universe‘s biggest crossover to date, Avengers: Infinity War. Our guest experts are Marvel fans with an academic bend:

Steven Attewell writes about the intersection of history, politics, and pop culture in “The People’s History of the Marvel Universe” for Graphic Policy. In his day job, He teaches public policy at CUNY’s Murphy Institute for Labor Studies. He is the founder of Race for the Iron Throne, a blog about A Song of Ice and Fire.

Brandon Wilson is a Los Angeles based filmmaker and teaches at UCLA and Columbia College Hollywood where he is currently teaching classes on the History of Critical Analysis and a class on David Fincher.

And our host Elana Levin who has a lot to say about the politics of Thanos.

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

Infinity Gauntlet & the Comics Behind the Avengers Infinity War Movie. Listen on Demand!

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Hey, we haven’t seen Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War yet either! But Graphic Policy Radio is going on a journey to the center of Infinity to absorb the legendary comics that inspired Marvel movies’ cosmic storylines. Today we focus on the comics of Jim Starlin, the artist and writer who co-created Thanos and who was the source of much of Marvel’s psychedelic 70’s cosmic opera, cooking up characters like Gamora and Drax.

Joining us is James Hancock, the host of Wrong Reel: a Podcast for Hardcore Cinephiles that tackles everything from Jean-Luc Godard to Jean-Luc Picard. James is a serious fan of Jim Starlin’s work and will be catching us all up on all the spaced out glory that sometimes makes it to the screen.

We’ll answer questions like; who the hell is Adam Warlock, what is a Soul Gem and wheather Starlin’s Death is the precursor of jiggle physics. All this and more!

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