Hello and welcome to This Week in Ladies!
Here's what we've got on tap for you this week:
- Bitch, Please
In our last episode, mistakes were made. Allison stated that Fargo was unavailable to stream online, when in fact it is available though paid Hulu accounts and via your cable provider on the FX website. Becca incorrectly named Mary Doria Russell as the author of the Typhoid Mary novel Fever, which was actually written by Mary Beth Keane.
- This Week in Comics
A-Force #5, Black Panther #2, Black Widow #3, The Amazing Spider-Man and Silk #3, Poe Dameron #2, Rat Queens #16, the Free Comic Book Day Serenity story and Thunderbolts #1 | We're still a little behind on our Free Comic Book Day haul, but we had lots of other stuff to discuss this week, including bad jokes, bloody cliffhangers and the sheer awesomeness of Dazzler Thor.
- Captain America: Civil War
First things first, Linda Holmes really speaks to us in this piece in which she compares Iron Man vs. Cap to Hamilton vs. Burr. We go ALL IN on the latest (and definitely great, if not greatest) entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, covering everything from international politics to T'Challa fan art to 90s rom-com Only You, though we somehow managed to leave out our assessment of Scarlett Johansson's wig. #teamcantwealljustgetalong
- This Week in Ladies Recommends
A: Thunder Boy Jr. by Sherman Alexie and Yuyi Morales
B: The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
Thanks for listening!