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    The Best of PCH – Episode 58: Blue Is The Warmest Color with Julie Maroh

    By | October 1st, 2017
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    Due to popular demand, we’ll be featuring The Best of Pop Culture Hound every second Sunday here at Multiversity Comics.

    This week, we bring the world of comics and film together in this fascinating discussion with writer/artist Julie Maroh (Blue Is The Warmest Color, Skandalon).
    You’ve probably heard of Julie’s book Le Bleu est une Couleur Chaude, which won the Fnac-SNCF Essential prize (as selected by the public) at the 2011 Angoulême International Comics Festival, and was translated into English as Blue Is The Warmest Colour by Arsenal Pulp Press.
    We discuss how she got into comics, what it’s like to have such major success so early in your career, the perils and pitfalls of having your work developed in other media, what responsibilities she feels as a creator, and where she plans to take her career beyond Skandalon.

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    Pop Culture Hound is a weekly podcast featuring interviews and discussion from the world of comics and pop culture with Chris Thompson.
    You can subscribe via iTunes or through the RSS feed located here, and you can follow Chris on Twitter at @PopCultureHound.

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    Chris Thompson

    Chris Thompson emerged from the womb suckling on the teat of popular culture. He loves comics and films in equal measure (though not always together) and genuinely enjoys subtitled features, particularly French ones. When not indulging his passions, he’s working with them as a brand manager for Titan Comics – clearly not the best work-life balance one could have. In the rare moments he’s not working, Chris enjoys travel and is often headed to a festival or event of some kind. You can follow him on Twitter @popculturehound and subscribe to Pop Culture Hound via iTunes.


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