I speak with Marvel Comics artist Alitha Martinez, about her journey from being a child in a Latin family in Florida, to becoming an artist who has drawn some of the most popular characters in comics! We discuss some of her struggles with breaking through the "boy's club" of the 1990s comics industry.
Hello? Denver? Are You Still There? is back with Episode 8!
Join your host Bree Coco Davies, for another edition of this live podcast devoted to the conversations about the Mile High City that matter.
This month, Bree is joined by Carleigh Sailon, licensed clinical social worker and licensed addiction counselor, for July's discussion.
This month's podcast topic:
“Crisis intervention, mental health, the police & Our community"
Renowned comics writer Brian Azzarello (100 Bullets, Wonder Woman, Batman) joins me in a bar, at Phoenix Comic Fest, for a conversation about everything from asshole vegans, to political extremism, to how important it is to be able to write characters who have viewpoints you don't agree with.
Mutiny Book Club, May, discusses Octavia Butler's 'Parable of the Sower,' with Janae Burris and Jen Kolic.
Dig in to this grim story with three book nerds and join in on the discussion next month, when Byron and his guests cover Ursula K. LeGuin's "A Wizard of Earthsea." on June 25th, a Monday, which is not the normal date, just an exception for June. See you then. Now, Byron Graham, reading from Parable of the Sower, by Octavia Butler.
Queen City Companion is back with another all false batch of stories, performances, whatever the heck ever the following batch of funny people can come up with.
This month, guest host Brian Flynn brings you the following batch of maker uppers,
No Gods No Masters
You may notice, Steve Vanderploeg’s act is edited weird. It’s because of a faulty mic cable. But because he is so funny and worked hard, I still included a little bit of his act which wasn’t ruined so you can enjoy a little bit of his character.
Enjoy Queen City Companion and we will see you the first Thursday of June.