Comics Are Great! 50 – A Tale of Two Cities

March 23, 2012 by  
Filed under CAG Podcast, Podcasts

For the sort-of anniversary show, I was lucky enough to be joined the old roundtable (plus one) for a follow-up discussion to CAG 48! So, to quote Kermit the Frog, it really makes me happy to introduce to you:

From L to R:
Dave Roman, Kasey Van Hise, Brandon Dayton, and Tony Cliff

Together we start out with some talk covering Tony’s experience at Angoulême, but at around the 26-minute mark we dive into a meaty and layered revisiting of the topic of “Comics for Girls.” Listen along as we discover that the subject seems to be inextricably wound into issues endemic to the North American comics history and the great divides between the direct market, web, and trade publishing industries. Ultimately we conclude “it’s complicated,” but it’s a fun and stimulating conversation along the way!

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One Response to “Comics Are Great! 50 – A Tale of Two Cities”
  1. Laur says:

    This was such a fun discussion! I’m glad I found a new podcast to listen to. 🙂 Thanks for sharing this, guys.