Category: Roundtable

Young Readers: A Roundtable Discussion on Contemporary Issues in Children’s and Young Adult Comics

Time Codes: 00:00:27 – Introduction 00:03:06 – Roundtable discussion with Charles Hatfield and Krystal Howard 01:25:00 – Wrap up 01:27:49 – Contact us Talking It Out For this Young Readers show, Paul and Gwen change things up a bit by hosting

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Comics Alternative Special: A Roundtable Discussion on Children’s and Young Adult Comics

Forever Young On this special episode of The Comics Alternative, Gwen and Derek moderate a roundtable discussion on comics for children and young adults. Joining them in the conversation are Karly Marie Grice and Joe Sutliff Sanders, both contributors to

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Comics Alternative Special: A Roundtable Discussion on Political Comics

Vote! Just in time for the U.S. elections, Gene and Derek hold a roundtable discussion on political and propaganda comics. Joining them in the conversation are Richard Graham, author of Government Issue: Comics for the People, 1940s-2000s (Abrams ComicArts); Rafael Medoff,

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Comics Alternative Special: A Roundtable Discussion for International Podcast Day 2016

Sound Discussion In celebration of International Podcast Day 2016, Derek participates in a roundtable discussion with fellow comics podcasters, including John Siuntres of Word Balloon, Chris Marshall of Collected Comics Library, and John Mayo of Comic Books Page. The four of them talk

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Comics Alternative Special: A Roundtable Discussion on Religion and Comics

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Like a Prayer On this special episode of the podcast, Derek moderates a roundtable discussion on religion and comics. Joining him on the panel are Elizabeth Coody (teaching at the Iliff School of Theology), Jeff

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Comics Alternative Special: A Roundtable Discussion on Teaching Comics

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] School Days The Two Guys are back with another special episode of The Comics Alternative, and, just in time for the new school year, this time they hold a roundtable discussion on teaching comics. Joining them

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Comics Alternative Special: A Roundtable Discussion on Libraries and Comics

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Browsing the Comics Stacks Occasionally The Comics Alternative will feature a special episode devoted to a specific comics-related topic, and on this show, the Two Guys focus on issues surrounding libraries and comics. This subject matter is particularly appropriate,

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On Location: Teaching Comics through a Historical Context Panel at HeroesCon 2015

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Historic Talk On Friday of last week, the first day of HeroesCon, both Andy and Derek participated on a discussion panel, “Teaching Comics through a Historical Context.” This was organized by Shawn and Adam Daughhetee

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Comics Alternative Special: A Will Eisner Week Panel Discussion, “The Relevance of Graphic Novels in Culture and Modern Education”

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] More Will Eisner Week On this special episode of The Comics Alternative, the Two Guys with PhDs wrap up Will Eisner Week by featuring a recording of an event that took place on Saturday, March 7, at Collected

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Comics Alternative Special: A Roundtable Discussion on Will Eisner Week with Denis Kitchen and Michael Schumacher

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Will Eisner in Perspective On this special episode of The Comics Alternative, Andy and Derek kick off Will Eisner Week by having as their guests on the show Denis Kitchen and Michael Schumacher. Denis is an underground comix legend

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On Location: “Comics Podcasting and Blogging” Panel

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Getting Hip to Podcasting In the third of three podcasts shows recorded at this year’s Wizard World Austin Comic Con, here is a recording of the panel “Comics Podcasting and Blogging,” one organized by Derek and John Mayo

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On Location: “Why Teach Batman in College?: Comics and Academia”

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] “Hey! Teachers! Leave them kids alone!” In the second of three podcasts shows recorded at this year’s Wizard World Austin Comic Con, here is a recording of the roundtable discussion held on Saturday evening, “Why Teach

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