Published 09/20/23
The Wasp turns 60! Janet Van Dyne is a mother figure, a good friend, a team leader, and was responsible for naming the Avengers! In honor of 60 years of the Wasp, we’re celebrating all the ways Janet has supported her friends, family, and many teams. Plus — of course — we can’t have an episode about Janet without talking about fashion!
Published 09/20/23
Princess Shuri is the Black Panther T’Challa’s sister and has been the Black Panther herself – and she is the ultimate scientific genius! The Women of Marvel podcast takes a look at her many scientific discoveries and inventions, how writers and actors get inside the head of a scientist like Shuri, and how she inspires young scientists in the real world.
Published 09/13/23
There’s a LOT going on in Jean Grey’s head! The first woman of the X-Men can communicate with others and move objects with her mind. Women of Marvel hosts - editor Ellie Pyle and writer Preeti Chhibber - examine how Jean tries, succeeds, and often fails to maintain her sanity with the universe on her shoulders.
Published 09/06/23
Women of Marvel is celebrating Women’s History month by highlighting four of the artists that are featured in the Women of Marvel exhibit at Disney Hotel NY in Disneyland Paris. Host Ellie Pyle interviews artists Peach Momoko, Elena Casagrande, Stephanie Hans, and Natacha Bustos about their their life, their journeys, and their pieces in the exhibit.
Published 03/23/23
Women of Marvel closes out our season on mentorship by bringing three “generations” of Marvel comics editors together for a roundtable conversation: Jenny Lee (Wolverine, Daredevil: Redemption, Ultimate Daredevil and Elektra), MacKenzie Cadenhead (Avengers and Power Pack, X-Men and Power Pack, New Warriors, Elektra: The Hand), and Sana Amanat (Ms. Marvel, Hawkeye, The Mighty Captain Marvel). Jenny mentored Mackenzie, who mentored Sana, who is a friend and role model to our three hosts!
Published 12/22/22
Valeria Richards has had a complicated life with various influences….good and bad. In the Fantastic Four, Sue Storm is a loving mother, leader, and mentor to Valeria. Conversely, in Marvel’s Wastelander’s podcast, Valeria’s parents are dead, and the only person left who can match her intellect is Victor Von Doom. We examine and contrast these two very different mentors in Valeria’s life.
Published 12/15/22
The X-Men fostered one of the greatest mentor relationships in the Marvel Universe – the one between Storm and her “Kitten”, Kate Pryde. Kitty first enrolled at Charles Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters at age 13 and Storm helped her become the leader she is today. Marvel’s own Robyn Belt walks us through their relationship via some key 1980s X-Men issues featuring heartbreak, Cyclops, Storm’s mohawk hairstyle, and more!
Published 12/08/22
Possibly the most visible example of female empowerment in the Marvel Universe is the relationship between Captain Marvel and Ms. Marvel. We explore how Kamala’s admiration for Carol is foundational to her character, especially at the beginning – literally taking up Carol’s former mantle - and how Carol’s lessons helped Kamala grow into herself as a hero.
Published 12/01/22
Women of Marvel travels to Wakanda this week to meet the incredible women in that world! Host Angélique talks to legendary artist Alitha Martinez about Wakanda in the comics and specifically Black Panther: World of Wakanda (2016). We also get a special appearance from star of Marvel Studios’ Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Angela Bassett – Queen Ramonda herself!
Published 11/24/22
Meet Moon Girl, the certified genius 9-year-old Inhuman with a dinosaur sidekick and a pair of rollerskates! Host Angélique talks to two writers – both the writer of the upcoming Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur (2022) #1 and one of the co-creators of her character. They explore how a genius like Lunella can still have a lot to learn from mentors like Ms. Marvel and Wolverine and from connecting with peers as a mentor figure herself.
Published 11/17/22
Who are the Wasps and why are there two of them?! In this episode, host Ellie Pyle digs into the relationship between Janet van Dyne and her stepdaughter Nadia van Dyne, why Janet was willing to share both her last name and the title of “the Wasp”, how her lessons helped Nadia grow, and how she helped Nadia manage her Bipolar Disorder.
Published 11/10/22
We kick off the season with this excerpt from the Women of Marvel panel at this year’s New York Comic Con. A talented panel of women comic creators and editors chat about what it’s like to be the woman in the room.
Published 11/03/22
Coming soon! Even Super Heroes need guidance sometimes; many of our favorite Marvel heroes have been supported and shaped by super powered mentors. In this season of Women of Marvel, we’ll honor those mentors and explore characters’ relationships with their teachers and role models.
Published 10/27/22
Marvel’s Wastelanders: Doom, starring Dylan Baker as Doctor Doom, available today on the SiriusXM app, Marvel Unlimited Podcasts on Apple Podcast, and everywhere you get your favorite podcasts. Directed by Jade King Carroll. Original sound design and music by Mark Henry Phillips. Story by Mark Waid. Written by Mark Waid and James Tae Kim. Learn more at marvel.com/wastelanders
Published 09/12/22
In our latest fiction podcast, Marvel’s Wastelanders: Wolverine, Kitty Pryde comes to terms with her new life, and the tragedy and trauma from her past.  We’ll chat with writer/director Jenny Turner Hall, and actor Ashlie Atkinson who plays Kitty in the podcast. We’re also joined by associate editor Lauren Amaro who updates us on the adventures of Kate Pryde in the Marauders series. 
Published 06/16/22
Thirty years ago, Super Villains won. After killing the Avengers, the X-Men, and nearly every other Super Hero, the Red Skull assumed the office of President of the United States. Since that day, a traumatized Wolverine (Robert Patrick) has wandered in a daze of survivor’s guilt and self-loathing over his failure to protect his fellow X-Men and their mutant students. Learn more at marvel.com/wastelanders.
Published 06/13/22
Kamala Khan, a.k.a. Ms. Marvel, is the teenage super hero and Avengers super-fan protecting the streets of Jersey City. And now, in Marvel Studios’ Ms. Marvel on Disney+, she’s joined the MCU! Star Iman Vellani, executive producer Sana Amanat, and head writer/executive producer Bisha K. Ali join the podcast to chat about bringing Kamala to the silver screen, with her fandom, family, teenage insecurities and all.
Published 06/09/22
Jennifer Walters may be strong and green like her cousin the Hulk, but this fierce woman knows how to maintain her cool AND her intelligence when she hulks out. We’ll talk to Renee Witterstaetter about editing AND appearing in Sensational She-Hulk…plus find out from writer Rainbow Rowell what’s in store for She-Hulk in her new series.
Published 06/02/22
From comics to young adult prose and beyond, Squirrel Girl represents the power of kindness. And now, she’s hosting her own radio show – Marvel’s Squirrel Girl: The Unbeatable Radio Show! Host Ellie Pyle talks to star Milana Vayntrub, as well as the director of the new podcast, about bringing Squirrel Girl to our ears. We’ll also learn how Squirrel Girl shows up on the live theater stage from playwright Karen Zacarias!
Published 05/26/22
The powerhouse teen super hero America Chavez has punched her way into the MCU! Host Angélique Roché talks to star Xochitl Gomez, plus the stunt coordinator behind Marvel Studios' Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness about America’s character and how they brought her to life on screen - through multiverse dimensions, star-shaped punches, Gargantos’ tentacles, and more!
Published 05/19/22
From mid-century romance comics to Infinity Comics of today, Patsy Walker has stood the test of time. We’ll talk with comics legend Trina Robbins about her love of all things Patsy, find out from Jacque Nodell how the character evolved into Hellcat, and chat with editor Alanna Smith about the return to Patsy’s romantic roots.
Published 05/12/22
Wanda Maximoff has a tragic history complicated by magic. We’ll find out how the Scarlet Witch, over time, becomes one of the most powerful Marvel characters. And we’ll chat with scholar Beth Pollard about magic in pop culture, artist Jordie Bellaire about coloring the Scarlet Witch, and editor Kaitlyn Lindtvedt about why Wanda is her favorite character.
Published 05/05/22
Meet the beloved Peggy Carter and in particular, a fan-favorite version of her – the Super-Soldier serum-enhanced Captain Carter.
Published 04/28/22
Coming soon! This spring, the Women of Marvel hosts explore eight of our favorite characters - then and now. How do Marvel heroes stay themselves AND evolve through the decades and across comics, films, games, and more.
Published 04/21/22