Episode 51: Welcome To Secret Slams, Your Wrestling In Libraries Podcast

Kristin reports on Wrestlemania, WWE, and C2E2. Buy more indie comics! What are the pros and cons of separating your collection’s DC and Marvel titles within the graphic novel stacks? What about grouping all the manga together? What is the ideal browsing scenario for your patrons? Do you pronounce cholera correctly? We namedrop a fair number of podcasts. What of Captain Marvel and Shazam? It’s a day that ends in Y, so Thomas is excited about another Green Lantern series.

Last Week Tonight: WWE

NashiCon reading list

Quebec Library Association

Association of College and Research Libraries

Tim Smyth – comics in education

Beastlands #1 Kickstarter (plus an advance review)

Interview: La Voz de M.A.Y.O. #2 hits Kickstarter, plus Henry Barajas and Gonzo on capturing the Latinx struggle in comics

Why Captain Marvel is a Recruiting Win For The Air Force

Spoiler-free Shazam! review

DC’s Young Animal Returns with Two New Series, More Doom Patrol

No Flying No Tights (follow them/us on Facebook!)

Podcasts mentioned in this episode, in order of namedrop

Tights and Fights – Covers pro wrestling with the sincerity and hilarity it deserves

The Adventure Zone – A campaign of high adventure

Circulating Ideas – conversations about the innovative people & ideas allowing libraries to thrive in the 21st century

Comics Alternative – Two Guys With PhDs Talking About Comics

Reading Envy – I’ll have what you’re reading!

Bodice Tipplers – A Ribald Podcast

Bellwether Friends – Just a couple of podcasting librarians, talking mostly about pop culture

The Greatest Generation – a comedy podcast about Star Trek

Hey Amie, we’ll see you in Montreal!

Kristin’s Picks

Minus 9781945820328

Cannabis: The Illegalization of Weed in America 9781250154088

Thomas’s Picks

4 Kids Walk Into A Bank (23 homage variant covers) 9781628751888

PTSD 9781626723184

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