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We’re The GCE. We are geeks just like you. We are comic collectors and Netflix bingers. We write about stuff that we love and news you need to know. And now, we're bringing you all that in podcast form.
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Historian, author and speaker Robin Gerber divulges into the legacy of Barbie with her new book, Barbie Forever: Her Inspiration, History, and Legacy (September 24, 2019). There are few things nerdier then Barbie, and in this episode we explore the history and international impact of Mattel founder Ruth Handler's greatest creation.For more on Robin Gerber, please visit her website: www.robingerber.comFor more on the GCE, please visit: www. geekchicelite.com
The Geek Chic Elite Podcast spoke with Chris Jaymes this week on his new graphic novel, Sons of Chaos.He’s written, produced, directed and acted in a number of projects including Lost, Netflix’s Bad Samaritans, The Human Common and Boxing Day. But his latest venture pulls upon the spirit that’s made movies like 300, and tv shows like Game of Thrones so popular. Penning his first graphic novel as a joint venture for IDW Publishing and Penguin Random House, Chris Jaymes goes down to the heart in exploring the Greek War of Independence in Sons of Chaos.Sons of Chaos is a sprawling 192 page graphic novel with complimentary art by industry veteran Ale Aragon. I spoke with Chris on the day the book was released into the ether about the present-day implications of this war that took place 200 years ago, it’s modern day current event counterparts and the writing process. For more information, please visit:https://www.chrisjaymes.com https://sonsofchaos.com https://www.amazon.com/Sons-Chaos-Chris-Jaymes/dp/1684054796http://www.geekchicelite.com
Each year, San Diego Comic Con hosts the Eisner Awards, which highlight the accomplishments and achievements of creator’s and industry professionals in comic books. For our annual relaunch of the GCE podcast, we spoke to first-time Eisner Award nominee Rachel Smythe. The New Zealand writer and artist is known for her Webtoon webcomic Lore Olympus, chronicling the mythological romance between Hades and Persephone. Set amongst a more contemporary background, the story deviates from the original tale, but has hooked in more than one million readers, per week. With an overall readership of 161 million, it is currently the number one series on the Webtoon platform.Follow us at: www.geekchicelite.com Webtoon: https://www.webtoons.com/en/romance/lore-olympus/list?title_no=1320&page=1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/used_bandaid?lang=en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/usedbandaid/?hl=en Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/loreolympus
Of the many incredible things you can see or do at a comic convention, having a portfolio review by an industry professional is one of them, but it can be a very daunting task for the prospective creator. The GCE spoke with Line Webtoon's Head of Content Tom Akel at the inaugural Keystone Comic Con about how to prepare and what to expect with the portfolio review process.You may have to adjust your volume throughout the podcast as we were sitting next to an active wrestling match at the convention so the audio does become a bit crazy at times. For more, please visit https://www.webtoons.com and www.geekchicelite.com
One of my favorite things about comic cons is roaming the aisles of Artist Alley and discovering talent and creators unbeknownst to you before. In this case, writer, art director and licensor Dale Lazarov posted in a Keystone Comic Con group that he was attending the convention. His post caught my eye and I sought him out the next day to chat with. Lazarov's imprint can be found at www.stickygraphicnovels.com and www.dalelazarov.comThe Geek Chic Elite can be found at www.geekchiceite.comKeystone Comic Con is a new comic convention by ReedPOP, known for putting on the longstanding New York Comic Con and C2E2 conventions.
Legendary comic book artist Bob McLeod came one the podcast and recorded this interview the Geek Chic Elite back in May 2018 at Wizard World Philadelphia. In this interview, McLeod recounts his inspiration outside of other comic book artists, his current endeavors and if he has any information on the upcoming New Mutants movie.For more on Bob McLeod, please visit his website at: http://www.bobmcleod.com
Ellie Morlino's art caught The Geek Chic Elite's attention while attending Wizard World Philadelphia 2018. The artist, currently exhibiting as an illustrator and in school for computer animation, chatted with us about Saturday morning cartoon inspirations, Frozen inspiration and what's it like as a first-time exhibitor at a convention.You can view Ellie's work at her website: https://elliemorlino.carbonmade.comVisit the GCE over at our website for more! www.geekchicelite.com
Extra Life is a charity gaming organization that has raised over $40 million since its inception, ten years ago. The Geek Chic Elite spoke with rep Mike Torres as Wizard World Philadelphia 2018 to learn more about the program and how anyone can truly become a hero.For more on Extra Life, please visit their website at www.extra-life.org.Visit the Geek Chic Elite at: www.geekchicelite.com
This week, Laura brings Gary on board to talk spoilers, reactions and theories on one of the biggest movies ever, Avengers Infinity War. The movie is the culmination of ten years of Marvel's hard work into their cinematic empire. Is there any stopping this juggernaut - of course not. The Geek Chic Elite doesn't demand your silence, but does warn you that there are a million spoilers!
JOHN BOYEGA & Awesome Con!

JOHN BOYEGA & Awesome Con!

2018-03-2300:13:47

The Geek Chic Elite were invited to partake in an interview with Awesome Con's Lacey Gilleran, who chatted with John Boyega about Star Wars (hint- filming starts soon for Episode IX , Pacific Rim Uprising, anime and his directorial aspirations.Awesome Con is a comic convention based in Washington D.C. and will run this year from March 30 to April 1. John Boyega will be attending the convention along with many other guests.For more: www.geekchicelite.com
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