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Chloe Maveal

Chloe Maveal is a freelance pop culture journalist in Portland, Oregon who specializes in fandom culture, superheroes, and comics history. You can find her on twitter @PunkRokMomJeans where she is probably cursing too much and yelling at nothing.

9 comic book podcasts to aid your nerdy soul

For some magical reason, podcasts have become some of the most sought-after entertainment of the times. Maybe it’s the ability to listen along while...

INTERVIEW: James Tynion IV on Justice League Dark

The Justice League creator talks the bigger picture and queer coding in horror comics!
Tom Taylor talks Black Mask

INTERVIEW: Tom Taylor talks DCeased, Black Mask, and the power of...

Tom Taylor gives The Beat some insight into the fun within the horror.

Podcast Spotlight: Scene By Scene with Josh and Dean

The minute-by-minute comics history breakdown you didn't know you needed.

HOX/POX: X-Men for people who don’t like X-Men

Knock knock, it's me — an old X-Men fan who is excited about caring again!

INTERVIEW: Eddie Campbell talks art history, coloring From Hell, and the...

The Beat catches up with Eddie Campbell.

SDCC ’19: 2000AD proves “it is women who love horror”

Bela Lugosi said it best.

SDCC ’19: A History of Jack Kirby: Keeping the legacy of...

Mark Badger,Bruce Simon, and Steve Sherman recounted Kirby's history at the SDCC panel.
Batgirl 37 (W) Cecil Castellucci (A) Carmine Di Giandomenico (CA) Giuseppe Camuncoli and Cam Smith

SDCC ’19 Interview: Cecil Castellucci talks Batgirl, feminism, and the cost...

Plus, what's going on with Oracle in Year of the Villain?
Tom King and Mitch Gerads

SDCC ’19 EXCLUSIVE: Tom King & Mitch Gerads open up about...

King and Gerads open up about two years of Eisner wins, setting the bar for themselves, and staying friends through it all.

SDCC ’19: DC Universe talks big new releases for Harley Quinn,...

Titans and Doom Patrol S2, Harley Quinn, and Young Justice S4!

SDCC ’19: Turning the satire of Judge Dredd into a very...

Judge Dredd is an example of absurdist humor, but also a symbol of police fascism.