Wrapping up African–American History Month by looking at five books on the contributions to comics and sequential art narrative by Black creators, as well as the growing scholarship around the topic, while drinking another custom cocktail made with Chicago’s own PlayPen Vodka. Cheers!
Two shots and a booster: The prescription for fighting COVID-19 and getting through this episode.
The Book Goddess, Kathleen March, discusses titles that helped her battle the Delta variant while we both take our medicine — 1.75 ounces at a time. Toss ’em back and mask up!
Two Green Lanterns; two episode versions! The Director’s Cut has 10 more minutes to expand on info regarding the history and marginalization of comics as an art form, Chabon’s Theorem, and the three great cultural lies that explain the dynamic between Green Lantern and his arch-enemy, Sinestro!
Our first interview with a live person! In this episode, we’re talking with Chicago cartoonist, illustrator, and teaching artist, Mike Freiheit about his new psychological horror graphic novel, and drinking a couple of fine beers from the 5 Rabbit CervcerÍa. Salud!