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Fangirl Happy Hour, Episode #23 “Triple Delight”

Renay and Ana bite the bullet and finally read the webcomic Check, Please! by Ngozi Ukazu. Then they discuss Sorcerer to the Crown, the delightful first novel by Zen Cho, and manage only one Jane Austen tangent. Finally, they share their complicated feelings about the second half of Agents of SHIELD Season 2.

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Fangirl Happy Hour, Episode #21 – “Ant-Man”

Renay and Ana welcome MCU Correspondent KJ back to the show to discuss the latest release in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Ant-Man, starring Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly. We discuss the film, the place of the film in the wider universe, and speculate on the future developments as Phase II of Marvel’s world domination plan comes to a close.

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Fangirl Happy Hour, Quick Shots – “Diversify Agent Carter”

On this Quick Shots episode, Renay and Ana have a special guest, Ira, on the show to discuss the #DiversifyAgentCarter hashtag in light of the recent renewal, and discuss their hopes for the second season.

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Fangirl Happy Hour, Episode #9 – “Superheroes, Space Adventures, and Golf”

This week on Fangirl Happy Hour, Renay and Ana have surprising reactions to the new show by Netflix, Marvel’s Daredevil. Then we discuss The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet by Becky Chambers, a space team adventure about wormhole builders. Finally, we have our very first guest, the excellent Justin Landon from the genre podcast, Rocket Talk, on to answer some questions.

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Fangirl Happy Hour, Episode #7 – “100% Pure Fantasy”

This week on Fangirl Happy Hour, Renay and Ana dig deep into the new YA fantasy novel Bone Gap by Laura Ruby. Then, we discuss the wildly successful comic Ms. Marvel by G. Willow Wilson, cleaning up with sales and kudos all over the comics industry. Lastly, we tackle our first piece of short fiction on the show, “And You Shall Know Her by the Trail of Dead” by Brooke Bolander.

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Fangirl Happy Hour, Episode #4 – “Bees Don’t Lie”

This week on Fangirl Happy Hour, Ana and Renay read Karen Memory by Elizabeth Bear and squeal about adorable romances and competent ladies. Then, they strap on gravity rollerblades and grab their toilet brushes to discuss the latest film from the Wachowski’s, Jupiter Ascending. Lastly, they gird their loins and face the tough reality that is Agents of SHIELD S2, and pull apart their reactions to the first half of the second season as the show prepares to return from hiatus.

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Fangirl Happy Hour, Episode #3 – “Too Perfect For Words”

This week on Fangirl Happy Hour, Ana and Renay read The Duchess War by Courtney Milan and do some light excavation of their romance reading pasts. Then, they look at book marketing, publicity, and how one person’s good marketing is another person’s wish for certain books to just go away already. Lastly, they read Captain Marvel Volume 1: Higher Further Faster More by Kelly Sue DeConnick and discuss their thoughts about Carol and cry over Marvel comics in general.

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Fangirl Happy Hour, Episode 1 “Brimming with Emotions”

This week on Fangirl Happy Hour, Renay and Ana join up for the first episode. It’s 2015; what media are we looking forward to in the coming year? Then, Serial, the podcast everyone was talking about in 2014. How did we feel coming away from this hugely contentious piece of journalism? Was it only reporting or was it entertainment, too? Lastly, Marvel’s Agent Carter: did it live up to our huge hopes and dreams?

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