By Josué Cardona
A lot of Geek Therapy Podcast guests will be on panels at this year's Wondercon, talking place April 18-20 in Anaheim, CA. Here is some information on the panels and links to the episodes they were on. Follow links to panel descriptions and add them to your schedule or visit links to the podcast episodes.
If you can't make it to Wondercon this year, you can still check out the episodes our guests were on and have your own mini-Wondercon at home. Next best thing, right?
On episode 38 of the podcast we talked about multicultural heroes with Tony B. Kim. He'll be on a panel titled The Battle for Multicultural Heroes, Saturday at 10:30am.
One of Tony's fellow panelists is Andrea Letamendi who has been on episode 5 and episode 36 of the show. She'll also be on The Psychology of Star Trek vs. Star Wars, Saturday at 7:30pm and
Batgirl Begins Again Sunday at 1:30pm.
Ali Mattu will also be on the Psychology of Star Trek vs. Star Wars on Saturday. He was our guest on episode 28.
Finally, Janina Scarlet, Travis Langley, and I will be on the Psychology of Cult TV Shows panel, Saturday at 1pm. Janina Scarlet has been a guest on episode 25 and episode 31. Travis Langley was the moderator of our panel at last year's SDCC which you can find on episode 18.
In fact, Travis Langley will be on five panels throughout the weekend including The Men Who Made Batman, Friday at 2:00pm; Spotlight on Gail Simone, Saturday at 10:30am; Sex, Love, and Superheroes, Sunday at 12:30pm; and he'll also be on the Batgirl Begins Again on Sunday. He details them all as well as other psychology-related panels on a post he wrote on Psychology Today.
We hope to see you at Wondercon and if you can't make it, let us know what you think of our guests' appearances on the podcast!