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Comics You Can Dance To #18: Jeremy Whitley: About an Eight on the Gen13 Scale

A column article, Comics You Can Dance To by: Danny Djeljosevic, Nathaniel MacDonald

Comics You Can Dance To is Comics Bulletin's official podcast!

Hosted by Nathaniel MacDonald and Danny Djeljosevic (that's me) and supported by various jokers and guests, Comics You Can Dance To is devoted to discussing cool comics, pop culture nonsense and hopefully introducing you to some awesome music along the way.

This week our guest is Jeremy Whitley, creator and writer of the all-ages comic book Princeless for Action Lab, which was nominated for two Eisners this year: Best Single Issue and Best Publication for Kids (Ages 8-12). It's a great all-ages comic that subverts traditional Disney movie gender roles while still being incredibly funny and entertaining. He's also got two new comics coming down the pike, Order of Dagonet and the anthology special Princeless: Short Stories for Warrior Women, both from Action Lab.

It's a grand ol' time we have with Jeremy, during which we discuss gender roles in comics, skimpy female costumes, come up with Indie/Marvel Amalgams that will never happen and somehow use J. Scott Campbell as a springboard for a bold new method of judging comics. Also, there's some discussion of the weather.

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Next Time

 

Our SDCC interview extravaganza! Featuring Becky Cloonan, Jim Zub, Andy Belanger, Vera Brosgol and Ed Brisson!

 

Jump Times

Jump to 0:12:27 for our interview with Jeremy Whitley!

Jump to 1:16:00 for the weekly comics/pop culture talk!

Jump to 1:42:36 for this episode's featured song!

 

Show Notes:

 

Here are the comics/pop culture things we talked about!

 

 

Here's the playlist for this episode!

 

Music for Comics You Can Dance To is curated by Notable Beast. The theme song is "Chnam oun Dop-Pram Muy (I'm 16)" by Ros Sereysothea.

As for the rest…click on the links to check out the artists and/or full versions of the songs.

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Find Out More About Jeremy Whitley!

 

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