Best Joss Whedon podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Borderline
Weekly
 
Borderline is a series of five-minute audio drama documentaries set in the universe of Joss Whedon's Firefly, documenting life on some of the Border and Rim worlds through the years of the Unification War ... from an Alliance point of view.
 
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Severance
Weekly
 
The moon of Severance had one of the lowest crime rates in the known 'verse but all that was about to change... A new story based in Joss Whedon's universe of Firefly and Serenity featuring all new characters.
 
Each week, hosts Natalie and Katey cover two episodes of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," in celebration of Buffy's 20th anniversary.
 
Kristen and Elizabeth explore our favorite TV shows, movies, and pop culture figures discussing issues relating to race, gender, the LGBT community, and other social issues. Are our faves too problematic to keep loving them, or do they get enough right where we can keep enjoying them. Join our two friends as they delve into the social implications of the things we love.
 
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AP Marvel
Weekly
 
A show that discusses deeper issues in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, from its story themes, to its depiction of political and social issues, and its fandom. Join Chris (@Compenderizer), Izzy (@delirilyn), Anthony (@thepizzataco) and their guests as they explore your favorite superhero movies and shows at a different level. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/ap-marvel/support
 
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Whedon Warriors *
Monthly
 
Two friends work our way through the Joss Whedon-verse, starting with Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
 
Where we'll talk about books, comics, film, conventions, and other creative arts and pop culture topics.
 
Your favorite Hellmouthy cohosts are back, and this time it's to recap Angel! Kelly and Ryan dive into Joss Whedon's Los Angeles: a city rife with broken hearts, murder, and silk button downs! Kelly and Ryan are concurrently covering Buffy the Vampire Slayer (and releasing their recap episodes chronologically) so if you're missing Sunnydale, check out their sistercast, Hellmouthy!
 
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Sue Watches Buffy
Monthly+
 
A spin off of the Yes Mother podcast where Sue Watches Buffy & Angel for the first time
 
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Katey's phone won't stop going off. Then there's way too much talk about incest. We're going to blame Natalie for this one, okay?By Katey Stoetzel, Natalie Carbery.
 
Get out the cigarettes and make yourself a drink, this week we take a look at the TV show Mad Men! We know there's a lot of rampant sexism, racism, and general bad behavior, but how bad is it when taken in context? And what does that mean for white feminism and the white washing of the history of advertising. Plus we try and tease apart the ong ...…
 
In this episode Alex and Chris verbally cruise the choppy waters of the right to write debate. Should writers tell stories about life experiences (race, religion, etc.) that they haven't lived. If so, what are their responsibilities? What harm can come out of it? What good? Will Chris and Alex have the answers, or just raise more questions? Hav ...…
 
Our cinematic Carol Danvers is here, but how did her first solo outing fare? Izzy grabs Leila (@galaxyleila) and Chris to dissect Anna Boden & Ryan Fleck’s 90s period piece, debate on its merits as a feminist movie, and somehow yet again get on the topic of Taylor Swift yet again. Recommended Reading: Captain Marvel Might Not Be the Feminist Ph ...…
 
Greetings gorram nerds! This week we've got our sights set on the Grand High Nerd: Joss Whedon. He's long been lauded as a pop-feminist icon, but when we dig a bit deeper will the man (and his work) hold up to scrutiny? Plus we re-visit the Problematic Jukebox to examine a classic problematic jam, The Rolling Stones 1971 hit, Brown Sugar. Theme ...…
 
A little while back, Chris attended the Deadly Ink Writer's Conference in central New Jersey. There he met and interviewed several other talented authors to get a glimpse of their process for telling the damn story. So listen up as he shares some process and experiences of mystery writer and ex-journalist R.G. BELSKY. Have questions or comments ...…
 
Netflix has canceled Jessica Jones, so it’s time for another Marvel-Netflix eulogy. Chris and Izzy brought two guests to dissect the first two seasons of this detective noir—Caitlin Galiz-Rowe (@CGRRRRRRRR) of @YourGeekyGalPal and Hannah Frank of @TalkingTropes. How did the show fare with a major female leading role with Krysten Ritter, and how ...…
 
No one loves watching our favorite TV shows on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime more than us, but what kind of business practices do our favorite streaming services have? Tales of misogyny, questionable marketing choices, and bizarre business practices abound and we take a peak behind the curtain and explore our favorite tv platforms. Plus we di ...…
 
In this episode, Alex has to roll solo as he sits down with one of the comic industries best talents, writer/creator Tony Isabella. Tony worked for both Marvel and DC Comics starting back in the seventies, and is best known as the creator of the popular character, "Black Lightning." But there's more to his long and formidable history. And there ...…
 
The 91st Academy Awards went on without a hitch—well, for the most part. The AP Marvel crew gather around to pick up the pieces. In the end, what significance do the Oscars have on our popular culture? Where does Marvel Studios fit into that now that Black Panther has won Oscar gold? How do we cope with Green Book's win? Check Out: AP Marvel Of ...…
 
Happy Black History Month! In honor of the month, this week we're taking a look at the Eddie Murphy film Coming To America! How does this film hold up now. Is Akeen a good guys or a Nice Guy (TM). Is it cool for Eddie Murphy to play a white jewish character? Will Elizabeth be super uncomfortable about her whiteness the whole time (the answer is ...…
 
Co Hosts Alex and Chris thought they were prepared to interview storyteller extraordinaire DON McGREGOR. Alex had known him since the 70s. Chris had read this books almost as long, and researched like crazy for the interview. They thought they were ready for anything. They weren't even close. Listen as Don candidly speaks about his creative, pr ...…
 
Faith returns and Natalie and Katey talk in circles for awhile. There's some Twitter drama.By Katey Stoetzel, Natalie Carbery.
 
The Black Panther anniversary celebration continues, with Chris moderating the roundtable discussion between Sabrina, Brandon Kesselly (@BCKesso) of The Rising Young Minds and NerdCraft Nation, and Karama Horne (@theblerdgurl). Who was "right" in the debate on whether or not to open Wakanda to the world? What does immigration and tourism look l ...…
 
It's president's day in the US, which means it's time for us to unpack the man considered the greatest president of them all. Colonization, latent racism, and ignoring basic constitutional law are all on the docket for this week. Plus, we discuss the allegations the Jessie Smallette attack was a hoax. Theme song: I'm Doing Just Fine by Sierra a ...…
 
This week Alex and Chris discuss what Black History Month means, what it should mean, whether Michael B Jordan should play Superman, and explore Blackjack's place in American history. Post your comments or questions in the comments section below ... Or write to us at: TTDSOnAir@gmail.com.
 
To celebrate the one-year anniversary of Black Panther, Chris grabbed Sabrina, her brother Brandon Kesselly (@BCKesso) of The Rising Young Minds and NerdCraft Nation, and returning guest Karama Horne (@theblerdgurl) to discuss a variety of interesting topics. What is life like in Wakanda as depicted in the MCU? How does Ryan Coogler's film tack ...…
 
This week on the podcast Liz is out sick, so Kristen is joined by guest host, brand strategist and writer, Shenee Howard. In current events we discuss Netflix's controversial new series Siempre Bruja and then, just in time for Valentine's Day, we delve in to the 1998 classic rom-com You've Got Mail! If you'd like to skip ahead, main discussion ...…
 
In Part 2 of our double your fun Brown Coat podcastic experience, Chris and Alex take a walk on the Whedon side. JOSS WHEDON, that is. They discuss the works, creative phIlosophy, industry influence of the man who created Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Firefly, and more. as well as the director of the Avengers. Special Episode Question To The Public ...…
 
We still got Riley problems. Also Riley has Riley problems.By Katey Stoetzel, Natalie Carbery.
 
The gang of Chris, Izzy, Anthony, and Sabrina kick back and share their thoughtful and contemplative letters to Patreon supporters. Izzy talks about turning 21 and growing up with the MCU, Chris talks about the exciting unknowns of 2019, Anthony shares a recent event from one of his favorite leftist YouTubers, and Sabrina shares her love for Ca ...…
 
In this two-parter, Chris interviews two members of the Pennsylvania Brown Coats, a fan group inspired by the TV series, FIREFLY. Created by Joss Whedon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Serenity, The Avengers, etc.), the series was short lived, but fan power extended it's life both on the screen, and around the globe. Matt and Steve explain how much ...…
 
With the release of Glass, M. Night Shyamalan has completed his own superhero trilogy. What relation, if any, does Unbreakable, Split, and Glass have with the MCU? Ultimately, what does that trilogy have to say about superheroes, comic book fiction, and commercialization? Chris, Izzy, and Leila (@galaxyleila) explore. Tony's Film Corner: Glass ...…
 
This week on the podcast we have a brand new segment called "problematic Jukebox" where we talk about one of our favorite problematic songs, Blurred Lines! Then we get into what turns out to be a surprisingly tender portrayl of male friendship with Top Gun! It's not all great though, there's still plenty of sexism and white dudes being white du ...…
 
Alex Simmons and Chris Ryan talk about finding your Twitter Tribe, upcoming DC projects, and whether Hollywood is really ready to honor Marvel's Black Panther. Special episode question to the public: What comics book or graphic novel characters would you like to see in movies, or a TV series? And what do you think of what's been done so far? Po ...…
 
For one reason or another Loki, is a fan-favorite MCU villain (if you consider him one). With the help of artist and Loki enthusiast VixNdwnq, the AP Marvel crew of Chris, Anthony, and substitute host Erin have a retrospective discussion of Tom Hiddleston's mischievous character. Relevant News Stories: Rumors Swirl As Disney+ Preps MCU Series ( ...…
 
In this episode, Alex and Chris cover a wide range of the creative arena, starting with the latest changes in comics, film and TV. Then they wrestle with some of the methods, as well as the pros and emotionally charges cons of writing about hot topics -- even in fiction. Special episode question to the public: Should Disney create separate chan ...…
 
Natalie and Katey talk some football and then Giles' mid life crisis during "Doomed" and "A New Man."By Katey Stoetzel, Natalie Carbery.
 
Fans love to blame Marvel Chairman Ike Perlmutter for a lot of MCU fallacies, but who is he really? Chris takes Anthony and Erin through a (nearly) full history of this eccentric corporate mogul. With shady business practices, racist and sexist comments, and a strange relationship with Donald Trump, this is one of the more interesting stories i ...…
 
In this episode Alex and Chris talk about pop culture Aqua-billions, Spidey-good-sense, some tips for those seeking creative independence, and the passing of a much respected comic industry great, BATTON LASH. Post your comments or questions in the comments section below ... Or write to us at: TTDSOnAir@gmail.com…
 
The internet is angry at Joss Whedon, and the AP Marvel crew attempts to break down why it matters. Chris, Anthony, and Izzy are joined by Jennifer Unkle (@jbu3) of Scanline Media in looking back not just at The Avengers and Avengers: Age of Ultron, but his career (and life philosophy) as a whole. And with this troublesome information in mind, ...…
 
This week on the podcast we're getting into the music loved film, Breakfast at Tiffany's. There's a lot here, including maybe the most racist character in all of cinema, Holly being a prototype for the MPDG, and so many dudes feeling entitled to women. Plus we discuss the response to the recent R. Kelly documentary. Theme song: I'm Doing Just F ...…
 
A few months back Chris went on another solo mission to Phil Con, and while there he interviewed 3 talented authors. So sit back and listen to the first and unedited interview. It's with author, L.A. DiPaolo. Have questions or comments for us? Post in the comments section below ... Or write: TTDSOnAir@gmail.com…
 
The New Year is upon us, and the AP Marvel crew is behind on way too much content. Chris, Anthony, and returning substitute host Erin Beasley are joined by fellow content creator Matt Storm (@dj_stormageddon) to discuss the annoyance of media oversaturation. How do we sift through our backlogs in 2019, not just of the MCU, but of films, televis ...…
 
Hey Folks: It's the end of the year and a time to reflect on what we've learned and what's inspired us to keep going. Those bright lights, or sparkling jewels of knowledge can come as things we've read, heard, or seen. So, join co-hosts Alex and Chris as they look back on the turbulent times we know as 2018, to share, "How We Feed The Muse." * ...…
 
The holiday season is always a time to reflect back on the past year, so the AP Marvel crew takes a look back at the mess that was 2018. Chris, Izzy, and Anthony are rejoined by Erin Beasley and introduce Leila Jordan (@galaxyleila), the newest teacher for the Carnegie Mellon Marvel StuCo class. The quintet gives a proper burial to Daredevil, l ...…
 
Hey Folks: It the end of the year and a time to reflect on what went right, wrong and somewhere in between. And this is the time that most of us discover that we may have gained far more than we've ever lost. So, join co hosts Alex and Chris as they look back on the turbulent time we know as 2018. Have questions or comments for us? Post in the ...…
 
Natalie and Katey talk for two hours about the greatest episode of Buffy: "Hush." Also, we discuss "Something Blue."By Katey Stoetzel, Natalie Carbery.
 
There probably isn't a soul in the multiverse who dislikes Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, so Chris and Anthony brought on Syfy Wire's Karama Horne (better known as @theblerdgurl) to break down the animated film. What is it about the unique art style(s) that appealed to audiences? How did Miles Morales represent and normalize certain culture ...…
 
It's Episode 69 (nice) so buckle up and get ready for YFIP After Dark. This week we touch on some of the issues within the porn industry, including sexism, racism, transphobia, homophobia, and sexual assault! Plus we talk about tumblr and facebook's new policies regarding explicit and pornographic content. Theme song: I'm Doing Just Fine by Sie ...…
 
Sometimes writing stories about the past challenges our present day sensibilities, and more. Alex and Chris reveal how the pressures of writing two short stories in two weeks, required research, reflection, and restraint. Have questions or comments for us? Post in the comments section below ... Or write: TTDSOnAir@gmail.com…
 
Probably more so than any other superhero series, the Spider-Man franchise probably has the most "tragic" and sympathetic villains in its rogues' gallery. From the Sam Raimi trilogy to the MCU version of Spider-Man, Chris, Anthony, Izzy, and special guest Thomas Loughney (@ThomasLoughney) of the Major Casts Network give their thoughts on each S ...…
 
Back in October, Chris went on a solo mission to Deadly Ink Writer's Conference in central New Jersey. While honing his own crime fiction writing skills he interviewed several other talented authors. So listen well to the fourth of six, author TEEL JAMES GLENN, as he shares some of his best writing habits and tips. Have questions or comments fo ...…
 
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is undoubtedly a critical and commercial success, but how has it specifically succeeded where others faltered? Can Hollywood learn something from the MCU, or is it impossible to duplicate? Chris and Thomas bring in the man behind YouTube channel Now You See It, Jack Nugent (@jacknugent27), for an exchange of ideas ...…
 
Katey and Natalie discuss the word "courting" and whether it's an appropriate way to refer to dating.By Katey Stoetzel, Natalie Carbery.
 
Alex is early morning solo as he ponders the artistic side of the popular online mantra, "Done Is Better Than Perfect."Have questions or comments for us? Post in the comments section below ...Or write: TTDSOnAir@gmail.com
 
There was a lot to chew from Daredevil season 3, so Chris once again brought in Sabrina and Thomas to dissect a Marvel-Netflix show. Starting with an article read of Chris’s recent piece, the three discuss the character arcs, the action sequences, and how the season depicted real fears and anxieties from American society. And yeah, this episode ...…
 
Back in October, Chris went on a solo mission to Deadly Ink Writer's Conference in central New Jersey. While honing his own crime fiction writing skills he interviewed several other talented authors. So listen well to his third of six, as they share their highly developed writing skills, habits and tips. Attentive persons, meet mystery writer A ...…
 
This Thanksgiving, the trio of Chris, Izzy, and Anthony share what they’re most thankful for in the MCU. Whether it’s the community itself, the family they’ve created, or just the memes alone, there’s a lot. The AP Marvel crew also discusses the legacy of Stan Lee, and how his work with peers like Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko were able to pave th ...…
 
Katey gets easily destracted during this disucssion of a couple of unfortunate "Buffy" episodes: "Beer Bad" and "Wild At Heart."By Katey Stoetzel, Natalie Carbery.
 
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