Episode #182: Joe Corallo Wrote The Comic Book She Said Destroy While Liana Kangas Drew It

Fresh is the Word Podcast - Episode #182: Joe Corallo

EPISODE #182: JOE CORALLO – IN THIS EPISODE:

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Who’s our guest?
Joe Corallo, comic book writer and editor. Corallo co-created and wrote the comic book She Said Destroy along with comic artist Liana Kangas, which ended it’s five-issue run via Vault Comics last week. Corallo also organized/co-edited the Eisner nominated/Ringo winning Mine!, editing the GLAAD nominated Oh S#!t It’s Kim & Kim, and co-edited Dead Beats via A Wave Blue World.

Why should you care?
Joe Corallo shares with us the story about how She Said Destroy was created and the artistic collaboration with Liana Kangas. We also get into Dead Beats, which is about to be released through A Wave Blue World, along with the representation and discussion of people of color and queer characters in comics.

Follow Joe Corallo:
Twitter: twitter.com/JoeCorallo
Instagram: instagram.com/corallojoe
Facebook: facebook.com/jcorallo
She Said Destroy – Vault: vaultcomics.com/comic/she-said-destroy/

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