Non-ASOIAF Content: Talking HoX/PoX and the Meaning(s) of Krakoa at Graphic Policy Radio

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If, like me, you can’t get enough discussion of the House of X/Powers of X miniseries and the current “Dawn of X” line-wide relaunch, you’re going to love this podcast.

Elana Levin of Graphic Policy, Chingey Le Gay, and I get together to talk about the new mutant nation-state of Krakoa, the continued mutation of the mutant metaphor, who gets to tell big (and more liberated) stories in comics, mutant (social) reproduction, the mutant amnesty and the Black Panther Platform of 1966, and so much more!

You can listen here or click on the embedded player after the cut.

One thought on “Non-ASOIAF Content: Talking HoX/PoX and the Meaning(s) of Krakoa at Graphic Policy Radio

  1. artihcus022 says:

    HoXPoX was a huge thrill for me. For me it’s a pantheon-level X-Men story (top 25 at least) and it’s done a brilliant job in making everyone fall in love with the X-Men and reminding everyone who they are, what they represent, and why they are so important.

    And it’s great that the malaise the X-men had been in since House of M is gone.

    I love all your write-ups on tumblr and this discussion.

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