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Women of Marvel
37 minutes | 9 days ago
Women of Marvel #1 w/ Louise Simonson
Women of Marvel #1 has arrived! To kick off the celebration, Judy spoke with former Marvel editor Louise Simonson about working at Marvel in the 80s, creating Power Pack, working on X-Factor, and of course, her forward in Women of Marvel #1!
47 minutes | 23 days ago
Re-Inking Comic Book History w/ Deborah Whaley
Inspired by the growing popularity of comic book dialogue, literature, and academia, Angelique interviews professor and comic book historian Deborah Elizabeth Whaley. Whaley is the author of Black Women in Sequence: Re-inking Comics, Graphic Novels, and Anime, a deep dive into the history (or lack thereof) of Black women’s representation in sequential art. They talk about the importance of scholarship in comics, little-known Black female artists and heroes, and how consumers of color create meaning when engaging with art.
42 minutes | a month ago
Silk Returns w/ Maurene Goo
Allow her to re-introduce herself! Cindy Moon AKA Silk is back in action TODAY in Silk #1, written by YA author Maurene Goo with art by Takeshi Miyazawa. Ellie, who was in the room when Cindy was first introduced in Amazing Spider-Man, chats with Maurene Goo about her career, taking the reins in Cindy’s new adventures and how her love for reading lead her from journalism, to publishing, to authorship and beyond.
46 minutes | 2 months ago
The Women of Marvel Studios’ WandaVision
It’s a Marvel Studios’ WandaVision extravaganza! To kick off this jam-packed episode, Ellie chats with head writer Jac Schaeffer about her approach to Wanda’s story arc, journeying through the decades, and much more. Then, we hear from Elizabeth Olsen, Kathryn Hahn, and Teyonah Parris about stepping into the shoes of Wanda Maximoff, Agatha Harkness, and Monica Rambeau.
48 minutes | 2 months ago
Fandom and Community: A Women of Marvel Roundtable
Happy Women’s History Month! Today, Women of Marvel celebrates with a special roundtable featuring some of the amazing women working at Marvel. Judy is joined by our colleagues Haley Conatser, Jennifer Lai, Faith D’Isa, and Alana Herrnson to talk all things fandom! Even though these women have different roles, their love for Marvel’s characters, stories and community knows no bounds. After the interview, make sure to stay tuned for a clip from Marvel’s Declassified’s final episode titled “ Fandom Through the Ages”. In the clip, fellow woman of Marvel, Lorraine Cink, chats with the legendary Yaya Han about cosplay.
41 minutes | 3 months ago
Hip-Hop and Afro-Futurism (Revisited)
Today, Women of Marvel is taking us back! With the return of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Black Panther run on February 24th, we decided to revisit Angelique’s conversation with professor, rapper and all-around ”Cool Girl” Enongo Lumumba-Kasongo AKA Sammus (yes, that Sammus!). Join Judy and Angélique for this encore episode about hip-hop, Afro-futurism and all things nerdy.If you want a refresher in anticipation for Black Panther #23, sign up for Marvel Unlimited to get access to all the Black Panther lore that came before.Also launching on February 24th is Marvel’s Voices Legacy #1 - an amazing anthology featuring some of the most beloved Marvel characters! The comic features stories written by acclaimed writers like Nnedi Okorafor, Tochi Onyebuchi, Stephanie Williams and many, many more.
23 minutes | 3 months ago
Designing Costumes for Marvel Studios’ WandaVision
Surprises abound in Marvel Studios’ WandaVision, streaming now on Disney+! Judy chats with costume designer Mayes Rubeo about what it was like to jump between eras and styles as she worked on this show. Plus, Rubeo shares some insights from her decades-long career in the field of costume design.
54 minutes | 4 months ago
Fighting Like a Super Hero, Revisited
Women of Marvel is ringing in the new year with Phoenix Carnevale, martial artist extraordinaire! Join Ellie and guest cohost Jamie Frevele for this encore of one of our favorite episodes.Phoenix Carnevale delivers an impressive one-two punch: she can spar like a real-life super hero AND she’s a massive Marvel fan. Guest co-host Jamie Frevele (Editor, marvel.com) has a deep conversation with Phoenix about her philosophy as a trainer, actor, and fight commentator. A lifelong comic book reader, Phoenix shares how characters like Daredevil, Wolverine, and Storm have inspired her both personally and professionally.Plus, two announcements! First off, we’re introducing “Asked and Answered With the Women of Marvel.” Every two weeks on marvel.com, this series will spotlight a different woman of Marvel by asking her anything from “What’s the best advice you’ve gotten?” to “When humans live on Mars, what one food must we bring?” Installments of this series will show up on http://marvel.com/womenofmarvel every other Friday starting tomorrow.Also, announcing Women of Marvel #1, Women of Marvel’s first comic, coming this April! Get in on the ground floor with this amazing assembly of writers and artists from all over entertainment. Comics legend Louise Simonson kicks things off with a must-read introduction!
37 minutes | 4 months ago
Women of Marvel: Declassified
Happy New Year! This week Ellie chats with two very special guests about Marvel’s newest series, Marvel’s Declassified. This Week in Marvel’s Lorraine Cink, co-host of Marvel’s Declassified, and Women of Marvel’s own Rebecca Seidel, senior producer of Marvel’s Declassified, join the show to give a behind-the-scenes look into the show and all the exciting episodes to come!
37 minutes | 5 months ago
Unboxing Marvel Toys with Sarah Ramos
’Tis the season for Marvel toys! Whether you’re a casual fan or an avid collector, chances are you’ve come across a Marvel toy or action figure that’s brought some joy into your day. In the “Unboxed” episode of Marvel’s 616, streaming now in Disney+, we meet toy experts, designers from Hasbro and Funko, toy photographers, and pro collectors who show us how toys and fandom connect. Angélique chats with Sarah Ramos, who directed this episode, about what she learned about the toy industry and how she sees the world of toys differently now. Plus, speaking of toys and the holidays, Angélique and Ellie share their Marvel gift picks for the season.
42 minutes | 5 months ago
Brittney Morris on Writing Miles Morales
Miles Morales is everywhere—and now, you can journey with him even further in Marvel’s Miles Morales: Spider-Man. But the adventure doesn’t stop with the game. Writer Brittney Morris penned a prequel novel for the game, also out now, called Marvel’s Miles Morales: Spider-Man - Wings of Fury. Angélique chats with Brittney about her unusual path into becoming an author, what it was like to write a Miles Morales book, and why gaming is so important to her. Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is available here: https://www.playstation.com/en-us/games/marvels-spider-man-miles-morales/ And Brittney’s book, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales - Wings of Fury is available here: https://titanbooks.com/70338-marvels-spider-man-miles-morales-wings-of-fury/. Headshot by Tori Stauffer Photography: www.toristauffer.com
62 minutes | 6 months ago
Alison Brie on Directing "Marvel's 616"
Ms. Marvel and Squirrel Girl take center stage in the upcoming "Marvel Spotlight" episode of Marvel's 616, streaming on Disney+! The moving final episode of this documentary series follows two classes of high school students as they rehearse the Marvel Spotlight plays. To get an inside look, Ellie chats with Alison Brie, who directed the episode. Alison reflects on her own experiences with high school theater and shares some behind-the-scenes stories.Then, Ellie hops on a call with Madeline Stanley and Briana Morales, who starred in the plays. They talk about what they learned from performing as Squirrel Girl and Ms. Marvel—and what it was like to rehearse with a film crew in the room."Marvel's 616" premieres exclusively on Disney+ tomorrow, November 20.
20 minutes | 6 months ago
Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur’s Natacha Bustos
Natacha Bustos is part of the next generation of elite artists, Marvel’s Stormbreakers! Ellie spoke to the Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur artist about her colorful career, including what it’s like to be a part of Marvel’s brand new talent distinction program. Marvel fans, Bustos is one to keep an eye on!
30 minutes | 6 months ago
Horror Comics: A Haunted Conversation w/ Sarah Brunstad & Lauren Amaro
Oh, the horror! With Halloween nigh, we’ve summoned associate editor Sarah Brunstad and assistant editor Lauren Amaro for a bone-chilling broadcast. Join Ellie and our guest editors for a dissection of what goes into making a macabre Marvel comic, featuring frightening favorites like Werewolf by Night and Immortal Hulk.
51 minutes | 7 months ago
Fighting like a Super Hero
Phoenix Carnevale delivers an impressive one-two punch: she can spar like a real-life Super Hero AND she’s a massive Marvel fan. Guest co-host Jamie Frevele (Editor, marvel.com) has a deep conversation with Phoenix about her philosophy as a trainer, actor, and fight commentator. A lifelong comic book reader, Phoenix shares how characters like Daredevil, Wolverine, and Storm have inspired her both personally and professionally.
40 minutes | 7 months ago
Back to School w/ Ms. Marvel, Squirrel Girl, and Spider-Man!
Avengers Assemble!…for fifth period. In the high-spirited middle-grade novel Avengers Assembly, Marvel’s youngest characters find themselves in an after-school program for Super Heroes, where they must fend off every threat from super villains to peer pressure. Guest host and Marvel.com editor Christine Dinh caught up with author Preeti Chhibber to discuss what it was like to write Miles Morales, Kamala Khan, and Doreen Green, as well as what it would be like to have Quicksilver as your vice principal and Ant-Man as your teacher.Notebooks open, pencils ready!
28 minutes | 8 months ago
The Voices of Marvel’s Avengers
What does it take to be an Avenger? Answer: mocap suits, very heavy helmet-cameras, and lots of talent. Angélique caught up with some of the actors behind earth’s mightiest heroes in Marvel’s Avengers video game, including Laura Bailey (Black Widow), Sandra Saad (Ms. Marvel), and Jolene Andersen (Monica Rappaccini). With as much chemistry in real-life as in the game, the group talked about everything from the unique performance capture process to favorite stories from the set!
40 minutes | 8 months ago
Teaming Up to Design Marvel’s Avengers
Choose your own adventure? How about choose your own…Avenger? The time has finally come: Marvel’s Avengers is being released on all platforms tomorrow, September 4! In this highly-anticipated new game, you can assemble your own roster of Avengers and play as the hero of your choice. In the first of two episodes celebrating the arrival of Marvel’s Avengers, Ellie and Angélique share what they're most looking forward to about the game. Then, Ellie chats with three people who worked on the game’s development: Hannah MacLeod (Narrative Designer), Rose Hunt (Senior Producer), and Magali Stretton (Senior Game Designer). They share some of their favorite stories from putting the game together, as well as advice for people just getting started in the industry.
29 minutes | 9 months ago
She-Hulk: From Origins to Empyre
She-Hulk is one of Marvel’s strongest, smartest, and funniest characters, so Ellie called up She-Hulk expert Lorraine Cink, one of Marvel’s strongest, smartest, and funniest real-life women. Lorraine enlightens Ellie about She-Hulk’s storied history with the Fantastic Four, Avengers, and as a headliner of her own books. Plus, she dishes about what you can expect from the green bombshell in the explosive comics event, Empyre! Be sure to catch Lorraine on This Week In Marvel and Earth’s Mightiest Show!
42 minutes | 9 months ago
Sam Maggs On The Unstoppable Wasp
Author Sam Maggs is, much like the title character of her book The Unstoppable Wasp: Built On Hope, unstoppable. A Star Wars geek with a master’s degree and a passion for women in STEM, Maggs has written characters from Spider-Man to Captain Marvel and, today, she tells Ellie what it was like to get acquainted with the young hero Nadia Van Dyne!
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