In discussing the recent conversation regarding Bruce Lee and Asian American representation at large, the guys welcome veteran comic book podcaster Raph Soohoo to give his thoughts and ponder the place America (and the world) is in the race towards equal representation.
Marvel’s Captain Marvel is out in theaters, but the lead up to its release may stand out in history more than it being the first MCU movie headlining a woman! Donovan and Harrison talk pitting it against Alita: Battle Angel, the biases of online critique, and what both men and women are looking for in … More Front Lines Online: Men, Women and Captain Marvel
Part Two of our adventure gets into the heat of the volcano. The guys talk Star Wars, the DCEU, Spider-Man and letting go when the hurt is too much.
It’s another episode on race, as the Black guy and the Asian guy try to find the goalpost and determine how far the country has to go judging by how far we’ve come.
This week the guys discuss Cultural Phenomena, how that gets to be defined, and the backlash effect with each example.
Peter returns to disabuse any notions that the majority of LGBT representation through media history was done for LGBT audiences.
This week, Donovan Grant of the Lost Ninth Legion and Harrison Chute of the Remember Ninth Legion spin a tale of laziness and the backdoor to storytelling plunder. Sweet, sweet storytelling rubles. Why do creators often write stereotypical characters? What lessons can we take away from their mistakes? More troubling — can we even? Even?! … More How Do Creators Avoid Stereotyping?