Making Magic and Fond Memories On Her Own Terms

It’s the final episode of “On Their Own Terms: The Unbreakable Women of Media” hosted by LaKase and Wilson. They’re covering Matilda and Morgan le Fay, their dope mythos and influence within our stories and fandom.

Below are the Raold Dahl books LaKase recommends and some of the pieces of fiction you can find Lady Morgana in.

Other Raol Dahl books: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, James and the Giant Peach, The Witches

Pieces of Fiction with Lady Morgana: BBC’s Merlin, Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia, Wizards: Tales of Arcadia, Darkwing Duck, League of Legends, Tales of Monkey Island, Morgana by DA King, The Arthur Paladin Chronicles by David Alastair Hayden

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Outro music credit: Shine by Raiche

Celia Krampien Illustrates…On Her Own Terms

It’s episode three of four of our Women’s History Month series, “On Their Own Terms: The Unbreakable Women of Media”, hosted by LaKase and Wilson. Today they’ve got an interview with artist/illustrator Celia Krampien. Celia is just pure pleasantness and good vibes, and super talented.

You can connect with Celia via her website, on twitter (@CeliaKrampien), and on instagram (@celiakrampien).

Books discussed during the conversation

The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise by Dan Gemeinhart

Shadow Warrior by Tanya Lloyd Kyi, Celia Krampien

Sunny by Celia Krampien

But No Elephants by Jerry Smath (Celia’s favorite)

There’s A Monster at the End of This Book by Jon Stone (Celia’s favorite)

The Napping House by Audrey Wood (LaKase’s favorite)

The Eleventh Hour by Graeme Base (LaKase’s favorite)

Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss (Wilson)

Three Questions by Jon J Muth (Wilson)

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Outro music credit: Young by Valis Alps

Growing Into Heroism On Her Own Terms

How Amanda McKee and Cassandra Cain Do The Hero Thing

Welcome back dear listener! It’s the second episode of our 2019 Women’s History Month special, hosted by LaKase and Wilson, titled “On Their Own Terms: The Unbreakable Women of Media”. They’re giving you a quick up to speed on two dope characters that are beloved by many but aren’t greatly highlighted within the mainstream — Amanda McKee (Livewire) and Cassandra Cain (Batgirl/Orphan).

You can get the collected trade paperback volumes of Unity and/or Harbinger via Valiant’s website and you can get Livewire single issues via your local comic book shop.

For Cass Cain, her first appearance is Batgirl #567 if you want to jump on from the very beginning. The issue which deals with her facing off against her mom, Lady Shiva, is Batgirl #73 (Blood Matters, Conclusion).

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Outro music credit: Madness by Muse

Anne Bean Does Comics Distribution…On Her Own Terms

While Lu is away Wilson will continue to play! We’re dropping a very special Women’s History Month series affectionately titled “On Their Own Terms: The Unbreakable Women of Media”. This special will provide you with an analysis of the ways women have redefined and defied society’s expectations.

To pull off this special Wilson has tapped friend of the show LaKase Perry from our pilot season to co-host!

Wilson and LaKase start the series off by interviewing friend of the show and all around awesome human — Anne Bean of Emerald Comics! This episode guarantees to be a delight with Anne dropping some dope nuggets of knowledge.

You can connect with Anne and Emerald Comics Distro at their website, via their email, on Twitter (@EmeraldDistro), and/or Instagram (@EmeraldComicsDistro).

Links to the cons/festivals and folks Anne mentioned…

DINK – Denver Independent Comic & Art Expo

Bellingham Comic Arts Festival

Vancouver Comic Arts Festival

Alaska Robotics Mini-Con

Lucy Bellow’s 100 Demon Dialogues

ShortBox – Curated contemporary indie comics subscription box

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