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Panel Borders: Researching Comics’ Histories

January 21, 2020

David Huxley being interviewed by Roger Sabin at Comics Forum (photo by Ian Hague) / stills from The Marvel Superheroes, Mighty Mouse, Batman (1966) and Spider-Man (1967)

David Huxley being interviewed by Roger Sabin at Comics Forum (photo by Ian Hague) / stills from The Marvel Superheroes, Mighty Mouse, Batman (1966) and Spider-Man (1967)

Researching Comics’ Histories: In the second of a pair of podcasts looking at academics’ research into comics, this show looks at different approaches to exploring the history of comics. As part of a panel discussion recorded at Graphic Brighton 2018 hosted by Elle Whitcroft, M. J. Hibbett and Rob Fleay talk about and perform music from animated superhero adventures from the 1960s, including tracks from the Batman TV show and Spider-Man cartoon. Plus, in a Q and A, recorded at Comics Forum (Leeds), Prof. Roger Sabin chats to the first researcher to pursue a doctorate in comics in the 1980s – David Huxley – about the changes in comics research over the last three decades, as well as Huxey’s experiences as a cartoonist on such titles as Oink!… (Edited and recorded by Alex Fitch)

Partially broadcast 1st January 2020 on Resonance 104.4 FM / DAB (London)

For more audio formats to download and stream, please visit archive.org

Links: Roger Sabin’s profile at the University of the Arts Comics Research Hub
Article by David Huxley on the history of comics academia on Comics Forum website
M.J. Hibbett’s website and blog on Doctor Doom
Elle Whitcroft’s profile on the University of Sussex website
Info about Graphic Brighton 2018 – Music and Comics
Listen to part one of this podcast, featuring interviews with Dr. Dom Davies about Urban Comics and Barbara Chamberlin on witches and the landscape in comics

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  1. Panel Borders: Researching Comics’ Landscapes | Panel Borders and other podcasts reblogged this and added:

    […] Links: Buy Urban Comics: Infrastructure and the Global City in Contemporary Graphic Narratives (Routledge Advances in Comics Studies) from Amazon UK Dominic Davies’ profile at City College Barbara Chamberlin’s profile at Comics Research Hub Info about Jessica Marlton’s Artist Residency at Bodmin Jail Museum Listen to part two of this podcast, featuring Roger Sabin’s interview with David Huxley, and music from … […]

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