llie, Judy, and Angelique get a chance to catch up and, most importantly, rave about all things Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K! And we couldn’t do a M.O.D.O.K episode without talking to the women who really run the show.
Listen to this bones episode of Women of Marvel featuring Kaash Paige.
Marvel Studios’ The Falcon and The Winter Solider has taken Women of Marvel by storm! Today we have three interviews with the badass women behind and in front of the camera. Director Kari Skogland and actresses Amy Aquino and Erin Kellyman chat about the series and joining the Marvel Universe.
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!
Inspired by the growing popularity of comic book dialogue, literature, and academia, Angelique interviews professor and comic book historian Deborah Elizabeth Whaley.
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.
It’s a Marvel Studios’ WandaVision extravaganza with Jac Schaeffer, Elizabeth Olsen, Kathryn Hahn and Teyonah Parris!
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!
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.
Judy chats with costume designer Mayes Rubeo about what it was like to jump between eras and styles as she worked on this show.