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Inside this episode! This week we review Nick Spencer and Emma Rios’ Cloak & Dagger: Spider-Island #1 and Bryan Q. Miller’s excellent send off for Stephanie Brown in Batgirl #24. We also have a very special guest – phenomenal Detective Comics and American Vampire writer Scott Snyder talking to us about his upcoming projects, ongoing projects, and his seminal Detective Comics run. There’s so much good insider stuff and geeky chatting that this is our longest cast by…a lot. Hope you enjoy! Sue also talks briefly about Women Read Comics In Public day, which is Sunday August 28th, 2011. We had some technical difficulties while recording, so please forgive the few abrupt cuts you might run into. Also, continued apologies for the background noise that comes and goes folks…NYC, and thus my apartment, continues to be a sweltering August nightmare. Woo summer so conducive to podcasting!
Episode links!: Batgirl #24 Review, Detective Comics #881 Review, Scott Snyder Interview about Batman #1, Scott Snyder Newsarama Interview, Scott Snyder Talks about how badass Batman is, Women Read Comics In Public 2011, The Daily Cross Hatch, DC Women Kicking Ass – Women Read Comics In Public, Women Read Comics in Public 2010, and Read Comics In Public (the original!).
3 Chicks Review Comics is a podcast featuring female comics lovers and bloggers Sue from DC Women Kicking Ass, and Maddy from When Fangirls Attack! along with me, Kelly Thompson. Tune in weekly to CSBG every other Monday at noon as we review comics, and discuss hot topics of the week. In addition to the blogs above, you can also follow us all on twitter as well: Kelly, Maddy, and Sue. Special thanks to Nik Furious for our awesome 3 Chicks theme song. Follow CSBG and Kelly on twitter, so that you never miss a She Has No Head! post or 3 Chicks podcast!
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