Into It Podcasts

Into It is a weekly pop culture podcast by Elle Collins. In each episode, Elle is joined by one or more guests for a conversation about a specific pop culture obsession. The show will host a wide variety of interesting people and give them a chance to talk about the things they love. The guests include poets, dancers, writers, editors, teachers, artists, and journalists. The topics include movies, TV shows, books, comics, and music. Into It's scope is deliberately broad, leaving its future wide open.

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Into It 48: Jubilee with Bri Rudd

Bri Rudd's back to talk about her favorite X-Man, Jubilee. Fireworks vs plasma vs vampire vs baby, the perils of being an unapologetic teenage girl, the Robin to Wolverine's Batman, and the relative merits of various girl/girl ships. We're both being very careful not get our hopes up about X-Men movies.

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Into It 26: Storm with Bilal Shelby

Writer and reader Bilal Shelby is on the show to talk about Storm of the X-Men, the most prominent black female superhero in comics. Ororo Munro as a metaphor for the African diaspora, as the most super-heroic of the X-Men, as one of comics' most recognizable subtextual bisexuals, and as a poorly served movie character.

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Visual Companion to Episode 4 (1/2)

We talked about so many things in this episode that trying to put some images together to illustrate it is daunting, to say the least. This is the first half of a set of images that still doesn't cover every topic discussed in the show. Part 2 to follow.

Into It 4: X-Men and Marvel Continuity with J. Rachel Edidin

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Writer, editor, and podcaster Rachel Edidin of Rachel and Miles X-Plain the X-Men joins Elle for the nerdiest episode yet. What starts as a discussion of the X-Men expands into a consideration of the Marvel Universe and its complex history and continuity. Jean Grey's new beginning, Franklin Richards' effect on continuity, and the never-ending awfulness of Hank Pym. What playlist would Kitty Pryde make, and what playlist would you make for Kitty Pryde?

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