O Say Can You See: The Greatest Patriotic Super Heroes of All-Time
Inside this episode! This week we review Kate Beaton’s Hark! A Vagrant from Drawn & Quarterly, Christos Gage and Rebekah Isaac’s Angel & Faith #2, and Ron Marz and Sami Basri’s Voodoo #1. Hot Topic this week is the strange idea that we shouldn’t be talking critically about comics and should instead just be promoting the good, as posited in a post on The Beat this week. This week’s Chick of the Week is phenomenal artist Amy Reeder who everyone should know from her epic Madame Xanadu run, gorgeous cover work, and much anticipated Batwoman arc.
UPDATE: Episode has been re-cut – there should be no audio overlap now. Apologies for any inconvenience!
Episode links!: The Day in Gender Battles: Fight the Bad or Wallow in the Good?, Sexy is Good, Right? Sexy Sells, Right?, ‘Sexy’ is Performance Art, I Like The Sex In Catwoman #1, It’s The Rest Of It That Is The Problem, Sexism In Comics Is Not New Here’s What You Should Do About It, TheWherefores, Was Catwoman Worse Than Wonder Woman Was Good, Justice League Dark Review, Stop, Amy Reeder’s Batwoman Variant Covers, Amy Reeder Comic Covers, The FedEx Arrow And How to Deal With It, Kate Beaton io9 interview, Hark! A Vagrant on D&Q, Hark! A Vagrant on Amazon, The Voodoo Problem.
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