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Robot means laborer. O Human Star, is a webcomic about a trans robot, the humans who made her and the complex world of robotics and human development they all live in. I interviewed series creator Blue Delliquanti. Blue is... more

Brilliant queer television for all ages. Steven Universe is ?The First Time I've Seen Someone Like Myself on Television? Queer family will heal society White Diamond's White Hegemony Neoliberalism is brittle, a false fusion Guests try to... more

?I write professional fan fiction. We get paid to do it? Leah Williams is an American writer originally from Oxford, Mississippi. She writes comics for Marvel, BOOM! Studios, Dynamite Entertainment, and more. Her debut novel was a YA... more

Punisher Season 2 is coming so at the recommendation of our guest, I finally decided to cover Marvel Netflix The Punisher Season 1. Sean T. Collins is the co-editor of the comics and art anthology Mirror Mirror II and a critic for the New... more

From comics for kids to adults-only graphic novels, from superheroes-- Marvel, DC, Valiant and Lion Forge-- to creator-owned Twisted Romance, from slice of life to horror, we read A LOT of comics in 2018. Here are some our favorites!... more

Alexis Sanchez is the creator and co-founder of Latinx Geeks, an online community for latinxs who love all things geeky and pop culture. She is a student by day and geek fangirl by night. Bill Scurry is a filmmaker and podcaster... more

Miles Morales' feature film debut is breaking boundaries and winning accolades. Join us for a conversation about: This most comic book of all comic book movies "It's like Obama's 8 years" The superpower of invisibility vs hypervisibility... more

She-ra is Netflix new cartoon is a diverse, queer feminist re-envisioning of a cartoon from the 80s. It's by showrunner Noelle Stevenson of Nimoa comics fame and we LOVE it. Joining Elana to talk about it are: Mey Rude is a queer,... more

DIE is a pitch-black fantasy published by Image Comics where a group of forty-something adults have to deal with the returning unearthly horror they barely survived as teenage role-players. If Kieron's in a rush, he describes it as ?Goth... more
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