War Rocket Ajax #2: A Dialogue With Caitlin Kittredge



The senses-shattering second episode of War Rocket Ajax is available now for your listening pleasure!

For our second episode, Euge and I were happy to welcome author and comics fan Caitlin Kittredge for a discussion about dialogue. With seven novels under her belt and more on the way, Caitlin’s no stranger to writing memorable dialogue herself, and on this week’s episode, we talk to her about our favorite lines, take listener questions from Twitter, and discuss the many ways in which being a successful young fantasy novelist is exactly like posting pictures of Dan Hibiki on the Internet.

Plus, Euge and I discuss the twists and turns of Chris Onstad’s Achewood, look back at Ed Brubaker’s run on Daredevil, and bring you another installment of Big Ups to All My Haters! It all comes in at a (relatively) trim 63 minutes, which means that we sadly had to cut out Caitlin and I talking about GI Joe, but believe me: When two people who share a deep love of Destro talk about for twenty minutes, it is radio magic.

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9 thoughts on “War Rocket Ajax #2: A Dialogue With Caitlin Kittredge

  1. A-Hahahahah!!!!
    “Do you suffer from jock itch?”
    “No, but I’ve got Frat Rash!”

  2. You got to talk to a girl about GI Joe for like 20 minutes? Oh shit, I think you’re technically the King of Spain now.

  3. @Scott It’s from Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #120, from 1987(or so), and aside from that one pretty ridiculous sound effect, it’s actually a very well written comic.

  4. Another great podcast…and I have to give you credit, Chris, for being one of the few podcasters who actually pronounces John Constantine’s name correctly.

  5. I’m not caught up on Brubaker’s Daredevil run, although I fully intend to. Are there many spoilers in this podcast?