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USING GRAPHIC NOVELS AS EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM TEACHING TOOLS
Last time we did a show on Graphic Novel use, it got tremendous listener-ship. I expect the same with this one . Dr Katie Monin from the University of North Florida and author of several books on the subject is joined by Nader Qaimari,Follett School Solutions Sr VP of Content Services and Solutions
Tonight we will discuss the new issues released by DC COMICS this week. Also how much of an impact did Marvel's Phase 3 announcement did over DC Film Universe announcmenet. Join us tonight at 8:30 PM PST / 11:30 PM EST.
NCTE on THE USE OF GRAPHIC NOVELS & A CONVERSATION ABOUT "BANNED BOOKS WEEK"
ST. Louis University Professor Jennifer Buehler and University of Central Florida's Jeff Kaplan are our guests
Presented by The Great Books Foundation
This was so not the show that we thought it was going to be. What started out as a casual comment about Blackish, turned into a pretty deep dicussion about the show and it's place in Black Culture.
The conversation moved to a wide variety of topics after that...
We talking about BarBQ Bob from the more recent Episode of The Walking Dead.
There was an anaylsis of the path the DC Comics and Marvel has set for their future on TV and theaters.
Geek Soul Brother gave his spoilerless review of John Wick.
It was just a really lively discussion all around.
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It's Monday night and that means a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio! We're back talking comics. There's been a lot of brand new comics debuting over the past few weeks, and some very high-profile ones at that. We'll be discussing....
Angela: Asgard's Assassin - The character debuted in Spawn, but now is over at Marvel. After a stint in Guardians of the Galaxy, the character headlines her own series.
Bitch Planet - The most talked about comic of the past week. This comic shows how you can take on social and political issues within an entertaining story.
Deathlok - The classic character who was an integral part of last season's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. gets its own series.
Secret Six - We loved the pre-New 52 version of the series, but how does this new team and relaunch stack up?
So join us this Monday and let us know your thoughts about these new series! You can call in or Tweet us your thoughts @graphicpolicy
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This Monday night Graphic Policy Radio returns with a brand new episode! This show is all DC Comics as we talk about some brand new series as well as the debut of Constantine on NBC this past Friday. Joining the discussion is frequent guest Emma Houxbois.
Emma is a queer blogger for hire out of Vancouver, BC, and the DC Comics reviewer for The Rainbow Hub!
On tap this episode we're discussing:
Constantine debuted this past Friday on NBC. We discuss the first episode and what we think of the latest live adaptation of the character.
DC Comics has been shaking things up debuting lots of new series and shaking of the creative teams on others. We're discussing new series and the new directions for Catwoman, Gotham Academy, and Batgirl.
We want to hear from you too! Call in with your thoughts, or Tweet them to us @graphicpolicy.
Discussing everything about Marvel TV / MOVIES / COMICS
Join Marcus Blake, Brendan Smith, and Guest Host David Herring as we do out Mid-Season Comic Books Round-up. We will be talking about what we like about comic book TV shows so far and talk about all the latest news from the comic book movies. Listen to the show at 10pm cst @ thatnerdshow.com
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After a few weeks off this Monday Graphic Policy Radio is back for a brand new episode on Monday November 24. The show will air LIVE at 10pm ET. We have a very special episode with return guest Scott Kaufman, who you might know as SEK.
We’re many weeks into the new fall television season. One of the new trends is television shows based on comic book series with a half dozen airing in the 2014-2015 season, many of those based on DC Comics comic books. One of those is Constantine which airs Fridays on NBC. Based on the Vertigo series Hellblazer and the New 52 series Constantine, the show follows the mast of the dark arts John Constantine. We’ll discuss the series (and we’re sure much more).
Scott is the proprietor of the AV Club’s Internet Film School and an associate editor at The Raw Story. He also writes for Lawyers, Guns & Money, podcasts, and is an expert on Game of Thrones.
So listen in LIVE, and join the conversation too. We want to hear what you have to say, so call us at (619) 768-2952 or Tweet us your thoughts to @graphicpolicy.
Lets talk about the ending of Marvel's Agent of Shield.
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It's Monday, and that means a new episode of Graphic Policy Radio, the show that mixes comics and politics! This week we have on tap:
DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson Addresses Lack of Female Representation - There's rumors of movies, and the New 52 has dropped and added comics like it's going out of style. We talk comics and women!
We talk two awesome comics with kick-ass women, She-Hulk and Ms. Marvel!
This Wednesday sees the release of The Wicked + The Divine #1. Every ninety years, twelve gods incarnate as humans. They are loved. They are hated. In two years, they are dead. Welcome to The Wicked + The Devine, where gods are the ultimate pop stars. But remember: just because you’re immortal, doesn’t mean you’re going to live forever. We discuss Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie's new series.
We talk about the above and probably more! We want to hear from you. Tweet us your thoughts to @graphicpolicy, or call in with your opinion.
From living a nightmare, to building a dream. Graphic Novelist J.C.S. may only be 27 years old but she has come a long way. Abused as a child, and seemingly lost as a teen, she has turned her scraps into diamonds. So far, she has written six novels, has published five of those novels, and as also finished a trilogy known as Anguished Immortals.
She will tell you, her goal was this: to publish and take care of her family. Her first attempt to write a novel came at the age of 15, and in between ten years, she tried and failed.
Growing up in Denver, Colorado, it was realized (and said) countless times that opportunity in the workforce was greater and more stable than most states, especially for a woman. But having Systemic Lupus and two children only ten and a half months apart changed everything.
Early 2012, inspiration came as J.C.S. decided to write her first romance novel. Even though it was a completed work, she saw that it wasn't yielding light on her talent. After doing a little research on the Archangel of Death and the Greek Goddess of War, Enyo, the makings of an Epic Fantasy trilogy had just begun.
Taking her work to Authonomy and trying out the first two books, J.C.S. realized that sticking with something she loved, Epic Fantasy, did her better than trying to fit in.
In 2013 J.C.S. wrote and published the first book to Bleeding Stars and Paper Hearts: Adrianna is Mine, following the same previewing and publishing path of her previous work. The audience from Authonomy helped her decide on publishing when not only had her book gone from #599 to #31 in a week, it stayed at #7 for three weeks and #1 for two.