In the latest episode, The Fanbase Weekly welcome special guest Madeleine Holly-Rosing (writer - Boston Metaphysical Society, Boston Metaphysical Society: The Ghost Ship Audio Drama) to discuss the latest geek news stories of the week, including whether fans are tired of interconnected universes in media, the "winners and losers" of NYCC 2021 according to The Comics Beat, Scott Snyder's thoughts on print vs. digital comics, and how media can more authentically (and more often!) represent individuals with disabilities.
Co-hosts: Claire Thorne, Phillip Kelly, Drew Siragusa, and Barbra Dillon
Special guest: Madeleine Holly-Rosing (writer - Boston Metaphysical Society, Boston Metaphysical Society: The Ghost Ship Audio Drama)
This month's sponsor: This episode of The Fanbase Weekly Podcast is sponsored by the Dreamer Comics Podcast, which is now recording on Stereo. The Dreamer Comics Podcast talks about the process of how comics are made. Each week, they interview a different writer, penciler, inker, colorist, editor, letterer, marketer, or you name it - as long as they break down their craft. Check out their live shows on the app Stereo by going to stereo.com/omarspahi.
16:14 - (The Mary Sue) Forget “Superhero Fatigue.” What About Interconnected Universe Fatigue?
29:46 - (The Comics Beat) NYCC ’21 - Winners & Losers of NYCC Lite/NYCC ’21 Wrap-Up - The joy of community returns
45:22 - (CBR) Scott Snyder Explains Why Print and Digital Shouldn't Compete With One Another
57:50 - (THR) “Being Different Is Badass” - How to Bring More Authenticity and Dimensionality to Characters With Disabilities (Guest Column)
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