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Squirrel Girl has taken down Thanos and Doctor Doom – but now she faces something far more terrifying… living authentically. Empire State University college student, Doreen Green, has recently been outed as a Super Hero – The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl! Hoping to unify her personas in the public eye, Squirrel Girl has created a new student radio show on ESU’s own college station. With the help of her best girl-friend, Nancy Whitehead as producer, and her best squirrel-friend, Tippy-Toe in the booth; Doreen is ready to help people more people than ever with her greatest Super Hero advice. And when the going get rough, she can always lean on her heroic friends: Iron Man, Spider-Man, Chipmunk Hunk, Koi Boi and Brain Drain. However, with a call-in show comes caller anonymity and not all the folks on the line want help – some want to crime – and crime hard! When a suspicious caller, wreaks havoc on New York City, Squirrel Girl and her friends will have to put their heroics to the test and prove that once and for all Doreen Green is the UNBEATABLE Squirrel Girl. It’s time to kick butts, and eat nuts! MARVEL’S SQUIRREL GIRL: THE UNBEATABLE RADIO SHOW! Milana Vayntrub as Squirrel Girl and featuring performances by Crystal Lucas Perry (Nancy Whitehead), Leo Sheng (Koi Boi), Davied Morales (Chipmunk Hunk), Erica Schroeder (Tippy T. Squirrel), Tina Benko (Rachel Oskar), and Peter Hermann (Brain Drain). Directed by Giovanna Sardelli. Original music by Justin Huertas and Steven Tran. Written by Ryan North. Learn more at
In the season finale of Marvel’s Voices, Angélique talks to legendary crime-fiction and mystery writer Walter Mosley about his love for the Fantastic Four and about writing Ben Grimm in his current six-issue series THE THING.
Happy 60th birthday to Spider-Man!! To celebrate, Marvel’s Voices has a special Spidey-themed episode this week, guest-hosted by Preeti Chhibber, Spider-Man super-fan and author of Spider-Man’s Social Dilemma. She talks to Saladin Ahmed, the current writer of Miles Morales: Spider-Man, about the Spider-Man moniker and the power of representation.
Black Panther has been through a lot over the past few years, from the Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda to the thrilling world of espionage. Jesse J. Holland, author of Who Is The Black Panther, guest hosts this episode. He talks to writer John Ridley about bringing T’Challa back down to Earth in his current run of Black Panther and about the evolution of Black narrative.
Larry Hama has been making comics for over 50 years. He created the G.I. Joe comics, edited The ‘Nam, and has written characters like Elektra, Iron Fist, Wolverine, Deadpool, and so many more. Angélique Roche talks to this Marvel legend about his life and career and how he’s seen comics evolve. But they don’t just talk about comics – Angélique also learns about Larry’s time on Broadway, Saturday Night Live, and more!
Chasten Harmon, star of Marvel’s Wastelanders: Black Widow, joins Angélique to talk about the making of the hit fiction podcast and what it’s like to play a brand-new character in the Marvel Universe.
Author and podcast host Nic Stone talks about building Shuri’s story over the past few years and about Shuri’s journey in her three YA Shuri novels. She also talks about her brand-new official Marvel podcast, The History of Marvel Comics: Black Panther.
In the second part of our celebration of Marvel’s Voices: Legacy, Angelique talks to artist Taurin Clarke about his love of comics and his cover art, including covers for Miles Morales: Spider-Man and a variant tribute to Black Panther.
An exploration into the comic book origins of Black Panther via conversations with the creators who have shaped T’Challa’s journey, a celebration of the Afro-Futurism of Wakanda, and the worldwide social impact of the character.  Hosted by author Nic Stone. Learn more at
Angelique speaks with artist Brian Stelfreeze about his work, his Marvel’s Voices: Legacy variant cover, and how he’s seen comics evolve over the course of his career.
Coming soon! In Season 5 of Marvel’s Voices, join host Angélique Roché in exploring the evolving mythos of the Marvel Universe. Listen in as she talks to people who helped build Marvel and people who will help steer its future. We’ll visit Wakanda and the Wastelands, celebrate Spider-Man’s 60th anniversary, and more.
Forty years ago, the villains of the world rose up and killed all the heroes. Well, all the heroes that mattered. The sole survivor of the Avengers, Hawkeye (Stephen Lang) is now a sideshow freak, re-living the worst day of his life for paying audiences. He's surly, broken, and losing his sight, but there's still that fire in him to be a hero, to avenge his friends. And he's ready to do what needs to be done: killing every last person responsible for the deaths of those he loved the most. Marvel's Wastelanders: Hawkeye is the second installment in the Marvel's Wastelanders audio epic. Written by J. Holtham (Supergirl, Jessica Jones), directed by Rachel Chavkin (Hadestown), with sound design by One Thousand Birds and an original score by James Harrison Monaco and JJJJJerome Ellis. Learn more at
In anticipation of Marvel’s Voices: Identity #1 anthology, Angelique revisits a conversation from Season 3 with writer Gene Luen Yang all about writing Shang-Chi.
Angelique talks to comics editor Darren Shan about the making of Marvel’s Voices: Identity #1 and what it means to him to edit the anthology spotlighting Asian, Asian-American, and Pacific Islander characters and creators.
Angélique talks about the representation of disability in comics with José Alaniz, author of Death, Disability, and the Superhero: The Silver Age and Beyond, and Day Al-Mohamed, filmmaker, author, and disability policy strategist.
Angelique talks to writer and artist Terry Blas about his current Reptil mini-series and why Beto Lopez was such a perfect character for him to write.
Angelique and Pharoahe Monch talk Marvel fandom, hip-hop and collecting during the pandemic; plus some bonus Loki interviews with actors Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Wunmi Mosaku!
Angélique talks to writers Kalinda Vazquez and Christopher Priest about America Chavez and Sam Wilson and what it means for them to wear the stars and stripes.
Angélique talks to writer Justin A. Reynolds about his new middle-grade graphic novel Miles Morales: Shock Waves.
Angélique talks to writer and editor Chris Cooper, one of the first openly gay editors at Marvel, about Pride, comics, and that historic issue of Alpha Flight.
Comments (4)

rodert Goemaere

Cool, x-23 is my favourite marvel character

Nov 27th

Ethan Brooks

this is all the identity politics people. where are the Donny Cates and Ryan stegman interviews? Gerry duggan? Greg Smallwood? Mike deodato? none of these creators (aside from Greg pak) are actually good. they have equal opportunity employment jobs

Nov 16th

Jay Miracle

RIP Stan Lee 🕊

Nov 14th

John Cloois

RIP Stan Lee.

Nov 13th
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