Episode #138 – Women in Comics and Robin Remembered

Episode #138 – Women in Comics and Robin Remembered


This week Ginny and Charlie discuss the merits of Guardians of the Galaxy, challenge the establishment when it comes to women’s representation in comics and bid a very sad farewell to Robin Williams. Add to it the second of our two part look at Few Spirits and you have a packed full episode of the Charlie Tonic Hour!

Run Time: 53 Minutes, 57 seconds
Download the episode: charlietonichour138.mp3

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Segment 1 – Discourse Intercourse

(Starts at 14 seconds into the show)
Guardians of the Galaxy
photo 1
A Night Out On The Town
photo 2
The Nixon Resignation Party
photo 3
The Yellow Cabaret II
photo 4
Bourbon Society of the Greater Cincinnati Meeting
Segment 2 – Women Drawing Themselves
(Starts at 19 minutes, 47 seconds into the show)
The Article That Inspired The Discussion
23 Female Cartoonists Draw Their Body
Source For Some Of The Data Shared
Market Research Says 46.67% of Comic Fans are Female
Segment 3 – A Farewell to Robin Williams
(Starts at 33 minutes, 56 seconds into the show)

Segment 4 – Bottoms Up
FEW Spirits American Gin, Barrel Gin and Standard Issue Gin
(Starts at 42 minutes, 23 seconds into the show)

Segment 5 – Closing Out The Show
(Starts at 51 minutes, 9 seconds into the show)

The Music You Hear Throughout the Episode

Ford Theatre Reunion
All Music Featured Comes From FTR’s
Famous Monsters Album
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