I hope all of you who celebrate Christmas had a good one yesterday. For those who don’t, I hope you at least had a day of rest and relaxation. If you had to work, thank you for keeping the light on for those who needed you.
The end of the year is always a good time to reflect on what we’ve done, as well as to plan for the future and decide what we hope to accomplish in the New Year. So here are some things I am proud of in 2018, planning for 2019, and looking forward to experiencing.
The Ladies are discussing She-Ra this month. We talk about the original cartoon, the new reboot, and how things have changed in animation and television in the years between.
Smalerie interviews LadiesCon guest Kristen Gudsnuk right before the convention. Listen as they discuss Kristen’s comics, magical girls, and upcoming comics.
This month, we’re talking about tropes! What is a trope? What makes them so effective that they keep popping up again and again? Which tropes do we love? Which ones do we actively seek out?
We’ll be adding a few links to examples of our favorite tropes soon.
Check out previous episodes and subscribe to the podcast on our podcast page.
For our second podcast episode, all five of us ladies got together for a year-end review of 2016. It was hard to narrow down our choices, but we each chose two highlights of 2016 and one item we’re really eager for in 2017.
Give a listen and let us know your top picks!
On October 21st, I didn’t go back to any sort of present future, I went to the first show of the Welcome to Night Vale book tour. I was lucky that the tour started not only in Massachusetts, but a short bus ride from my home, at the Regent Theater, in Arlington!
By now you know that we like to do our reviews and recommendations in threes around here – besides being a nice, neat number, it gives you a few choices – you might not love one comic, but another might be right up your alley. Today I’m reviewing three totally different media with sci-fi themes, so if you’d rather listen to or watch your stories than read ’em, I’ve got you covered! If you don’t like science fiction, I don’t think I can help you. Continue reading