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Comics Therapy

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A Weekly* Podcast with Aaron and Andrea talking about the bigger issues in life using comics as the starting point

Customer Reviews

Comic Smoothies

A very nice blend of spandex/capes comics with some of the more indie of titles in these early episodes. Interesting ideas and discussions, and very nice to have the insight from two passionate comic fans an average reader can relate to. Very few rants, more just calm discussion and cool heads. Check it out.

Criticism with Feeling(s)

Comic Therapy Show has a unique approach to criticism: feelings. In this podcast creators take a back seat to characters, but this isn’t some superfan-centric regurgitation of plot points and how ‘cool’ it was when X punched Y through three dozen planets. This is a smart look at the psychological development of characters and how their fictional lives and actions relate to the everyday lives of readers. Aaron and Andrea are aces!

Great Idea, Great Show

Comics Therapy is just that: a theraputic way to examine life's issues through the lens of comics. It's a novel idea that I don't think I've ever seen before, and Aaron & Andrea are more than up to the task. Definitely check this show out!

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  • Category: Literature
  • Language: English

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