87 minutes | Jul 25, 2016

Episode Seventy-Six - "Open source toasters..."

This week, with special guests Matthew Murray and Sara AllainMind Grapes: You get comic recommendations! And YOU get comic recommendations! But first, Alli talks about her latest podcast binge, the wonderful 2 Dope Queens (showing especial appreciation for Hari Kondabolu’s story). Sara shares some of her latest comic loves in Fresh Romance, Girl Over Paris (a comic spun off from the novel Girl on a Wire), and Southern Cross. In a shocking change of pace, Matthew offers more comic suggestions in the form of the feminist works Chainmail Bikini and Vixen’s Keep, but then tells us a little about Rat Queens Vol. 3, which was slightly disappointing for totally understandable reasons. Sam wraps up with the Netflix Series Cooked, which is Michael Pollen’s latest docuseries looking at the concept of cooking and how it has shaped what we are.Nerd Alert! Sam and Alli both strive to be renaissance nerds that dabble in all forms of nerdery, but comics remain elusive – the entry bar seems high and unforgiving. Matthew has been reading X-Men comics all his life. Sara got super deep into comics in the last few years. And Alli has had an enduring love of the X-Men movies and television series. So how to we enter into a world so deep? Where do we start if we want to learn more about Professor Xavier and his rag-tag group of super-powered children? Sara and Matthew give us some good suggestions and talk about what X-Men Comic Fandom in particular means to them.LINKS (oh so many links…)2 Dope QueensFresh RomanceGirl Over ParisGirl on a Wire | Gwenda BondSouthern CrossChainmail BikiniVixen’s KeepCookedJay and Miles X-plain the X-MenX-Men No. 1Star Trek – X-Men CrossoverDazzler Music VideosExcaliburAge of ApocalypseX-Men Season OneX-Men First ClassHouse of MGeneration X – Underground SpecialWorst X-Man EverForget Me NotX-Men ‘92Astonishing X-MenAll New WolverineMs. MarvelX-FactorWolverine and the X-MenAmazing X-Men
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