Judy Stephens talks to the associate director and producers of Marvel's fictional audio podcast.
Lorraine Cink sings the praises of Kate Bishop, the Runaways, and more heroes who made their debut in the new millennium!
The prolific podcaster joins Women of Marvel to talk about... talking!
Judy invites Teresa McElroy, part of the McElroy of Marvel comics and co-host of the Shmanners podcast, to talk the history of etiquette. Judy tasks Teresa to choose X-Men characters to help her around the house.
To celebrate Pride Month, we asked 3 Marvel creators to share their stories - Vita Ayala, AGE OF X-MAN: PRISONER X & ACTS OF EVIL, Tini Howard, THANOS & AGE OF CONAN: BELIT, & Leah Williams, GWENPOOL STRIKES BACK & X-TREMISTS.
Krysten Ritter, lead actress of Marvel’s Jessica Jones, makes her directorial debut in the final season of the series. Fellow cast members, Carrie-Anne Moss & Eka Darville, share their thoughts on Krysten’s stellar performance behind the camera!
Women of Marvel interviews Nancy Wilson, singer & guitarist of classic rock band Heart, on having her music prominently featured in Marvel Studios Captain Marvel. Go pick up Marvel Studios Captain Marvel now on Digital and Blu Ray.
Lorraine plays guest host with Mary Livanos (Marvel Studios Director, Content & Development). Mary’s research at multiple Air Force bases was effective in adding real-world credibility to Carol Danvers in Marvel Studio’s Captain Marvel.
Legendary Marvel Comics writer and editor Ann Nocenti talks with Judy and Sana about one of her most famous comic creations—the character Typhoid Mary, who remains one of the most iconic villainous characters to fact off against Daredevil.
Judy talks with Candace Metzger, Senior Graphic Designer Branding, Event & Packaging Designer at Hasbro, and Monica Lopez, Product Designer at Hasbro, about their work on the Marvel Rising fashion doll line, as well as their Marvel fandom.
Karen Green, Curator for Comics and Cartoons at Columbia University, talks with Sana and Judy about her curated collection of over 14,000 comics and how legendary X-Men writer Chris Claremont broke new ground with female comic characters in the 70s.
Judy leads a special Women of Marvel panel at C2E2, talking with four female comics creators, Tini Howard, Eve L. Ewing, Jenny Frison, and Ashley Witter, about what advice they have for other creatives looking to break into the comics industry.
Judy and Sana talked with the cast, crew, and other celebrities on the red carpet for the world premiere of Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel!
Judy and Sana hit the red carpet for the world premiere of Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel! They talked with stars from the film and other celebrities and fans of Carol Danvers.
Comics “Herstorian” Trina Robbins joins Women of Marvel hosts Sana Amanat and Judy Stephens to talk about some of the most popular female characters and creators from Marvel Comics in the 1940s.
Brie Larson, who plays “Captain Marvel” in Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel, talks Judy about how her role as Carol Danvers is what she says is the most “dynamic” role she’s ever played. See Marvel Studios Captain Marvel in theaters March 8th.
Women of Marvel hosts Judy Stephens & Sana Amanat sit down with writer Kelly Sue DeConnick and Stephen Wacker (Marvel VP, Creative & Content Development) to talk about reimagining Carol Danvers as Captain Marvel and DeConnick's landmark 2012 series.
Host Judy Stephens talks about the new Women of Marvel podcast, out today, featuring Trina Robbins, comic historian and artist, about early Marvel comic female characters and creators.
Judy and Sana talk with writer Kelly Sue DeConnick and Stephen Wacker (Marvel VP, Creative & Content Development) about reimagining Carol Danvers as Captain Marvel and DeConnick's landmark series that launched in 2012.
Check out the latest Women of Marvel podcast episode where Judy Stephens and Sana Amanat talk with three Captain Marvel super-fans—and members of the “Carol Corps” – about their passion for Carol Danvers.
Judy Stephens and Sana Amanat, hosts of the Women of Marvel podcast, talk about Judy’s conversation with actress D’Arcy Carden, from “The Good Place” and “Barry,” on this week’s episode of the Women of Marvel podcast.
Actress and comedian D’Arcy Carden talks with Judy Stephens to talk about her improv comedy background and how that influences her role as Janet on “The Good Place.” Watch “The Good Place” on NBC. And see D’Arcy in “Barry” on HBO.
Authors Lorraine Cink and Preeti Chhibber join Women of Marvel hosts Judy Stephens and Sana Amanat to talk about the amazing ways fans can connect to Marvel through literature.