On the fourth episode of season four, Mike speaks with Dr. Alex Corbitt, an assistant professor of literacy at SUNY Cortland, about gaming!
On the third episode of season four, Mike speaks with Jason DeHart, a High School English teacher from Wilkesboro, North Carolina, about taking a critical approach to comics!
On the second episode of season four, Mike speaks with Dr. Justin Wigard from the University of Richmond about Calvin & Hobbes!
On the first episode of season four, we welcome back Comics School as Mike speaks with Dr. Haeny Yoon and Dr. Nathan Holbert from the Pop & Play Podcast about discovering comics from spying on kids, how comics factor into the idea of Play, and Mike opens up the Shortbox.
This week on Comics School is a special edition NCTE Roundtable with a discussion entitled TALES OF FUTURE PAST about speculative science fiction.
On the sixth episode of season three, Mike speaks with Shawn Gilmore from the University of Illinois about discovering comics after childhood, world building in comic book storytelling, and what comics do that other mediums cannot.
On the fifth episode of season three, Mike speaks with Dr. Nick Miller from Lexington, Kentucky about discovering comics from a wicker basket, the importance of Dazzler, and teaching middle school students via the First Rule of Punk.
On the fourth episode of season three, Mike speaks with Dr. Dennis Rudnick from Missouri State University about his approach to teaching, the Marvel TTRPG, and the similarity between the Avengers and the Wu-Tang Clan.
On the third episode of season three, Mike speaks with Dr. Raul A. Mora from Colombia about being taught teamwork by cartoons in the 1980s, the conversations that should be coming out of viewing Marvel’s What If?, and the literacy of comic books.
On the second episode of season three, Mike speaks with Dr. Wayne Au about the difference between fads and pop culture, being introduced to politics during the golden era of hip-hop, and the significance of representation.