Fantheon #7 “The Good, The Bad, and Airboy”

On this lengthy and definitely controversial episode of Fantheon, Logan, Emma, and Terrence are joined by WicDiv Land dweller and passionate comics fan Marta Maria. We discuss the new...

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On this lengthy and definitely controversial episode of Fantheon, Logan, Emma, and Terrence are joined by WicDiv Land dweller and passionate comics fan Marta Maria. We discuss the new art style of WicDiv and Midnighter, who is becoming the best queer action hero and stars in one of the best Big Two comics.
From 47:00, in the tradition of CM Punk’s infamous Pipe Bomb promo, Emma leads a discussion about the transmisogyny of James Robinson and Greg Hinkle’s Airboy. We also talk about editorial responsibility and trans representation in media.


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Logan Dalton

Logan is a nerdy, bisexual ginger, who recently graduated university with a degree in English Literature and Overanalyzing Comic Books. He loves comics, music (especially New Wave and BritPop), film (especially Quentin Tarantino and Edgar Wright), sports (college football and NBA), TV, mythology, and poetry. Joss Whedon is his master, Kitty Pryde is his favorite superhero, and his current favorite comic is The Wicked + the Divine.

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