Panel Borders and other podcasts

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Panel Borders: Girls Comics

September 19, 2018

Hannah Eaton, Hannah Berry and Jenni Scott discuss Girls Comics at Caption / cover of 2017 Misty special / Mel Gibson interviews Anne Digby at IGNCC / first page of the Tammy adaptation of Trebizon

Hannah Eaton, Hannah Berry and Jenni Scott discuss Girls Comics at Caption / cover of 2017 Misty special / Mel Gibson interviews Anne Digby at IGNCC / first page of the Tammy adaptation of Trebizon

Girls Comics: In a 90 minute special edition of Panel Borders, cartoonist and Graphic Novels editor Corinne Pearlman introduces a pair of interviews about “Girls Comics”, periodicals aimed at young female audiences from the second half of the 20th Century: Comics scholar Mel Gibson interviews the author of the Trebizon novels for Young Adults, Anne Digby, who was also the writer of a variety of strips for Tammy, including “Olympia Jones” and “Tennis Star Tina”.
Also, Jinty appreciation website creator Jenni Scott talks to a pair of female graphic novelists – Hannah Eaton and Hannah Berry – about how girls comics influenced their work, with the latter also involved in the relaunch of Misty as an annual Halloween comic…

Originally broadcast 5th September 2018 on Resonance 104.4 FM / DAB (London)

For more audio formats to download and stream, please visit the home of this podcast at www.archive.org

Links: Hannah Berry’s website
Jenni Scott’s Jinty website
Info about Caption 2017, where Jenni and the Hannahs talked about their interest in Girls’ Comics
Buy the 2017 and 2018 Misty specials and reprint collections from Rebellion
Info about the International Graphic Novels and Comics Conference where Anne Digby was interviewed
Mel Gibson’s website
Follow Hannah Berry, Anne Digby, Hannah Eaton, Corinne Pearlman and Jenni Scott on twitterlinkId=db466923cc775aa483a646abd3618955″>Hannah Berry and Steven Appleby from amazon.co.uk

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