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Comics by the Date: May 1952 to June 1952

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Featuring Graham "Ghastly" Ingels, E. C. Comics' star horror artist....

How to Be a Man

How to Be a Man

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Gavin McInnis polices your gender...

When I Walk

When I Walk

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Jason DaSilva's documentary about MS and support systems....

 

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Comics by the Date: May 1952 to June 1952

Comics by the Date: May 1952 to June 1952

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Featuring Graham “Ghastly” Ingels, E. C. Comics’ star horror artist.

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How to Be a Man

How to Be a Man

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Gavin McInnis polices your gender

 
 
When I Walk

When I Walk

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Jason DaSilva’s documentary about MS and support systems.

 
 
Battle of the Corporate Training Exercise

Battle of the Corporate Training Exercise

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A review of Welcome to the Jungle.

 
 
The Visual Superhero (Analyzing Comics 101)

The Visual Superhero (Analyzing Comics 101)

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Who is the auteur of a comic?

 
 
Utilitarian Review 2/6/16

Utilitarian Review 2/6/16

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This week’s blogging and links.

 
 
Comics by the Date: March 1952 to April 1952

Comics by the Date: March 1952 to April 1952

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E. C. Comics swipes Ray Bradbury, and Bradbury notices.

 
 
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Two Puzzles About Photographic Fiction

Two Puzzles About Photographic Fiction

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Are Han Solo and Indiana Jones identical twins?

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False Mathematics and Comic-book Fiction

False Mathematics and Comic-book Fiction

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Super-math is not the same as regular math.

 
 
The Paradox of the Comics Experience

The Paradox of the Comics Experience

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Drawing words and writing pictures.

 
 
My Definition of Comics

My Definition of Comics

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Another attempt to define comics.

 
 
PencilPanelPage is Transitioning

PencilPanelPage is Transitioning

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Goodbye, but not gone.

 
 
Why is Comic Studies So Predictable?

Why is Comic Studies So Predictable?

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On the definition of comics and the definition of art.

 
 
Finding the Dynamic in the Still:  Paul Klee as Comics Artist

Finding the Dynamic in the Still: Paul Klee as Comics Artist

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Movement, stillness, comics and art.

 
 
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Beware My Ambivalently Black Power

Beware My Ambivalently Black Power

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The first appearance of John Stewart as Green lantern.

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The Neverending Battle Made Easy

The Neverending Battle Made Easy

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Superman fights for Ferguson. Sort of not really.

 
 
There Is No Joss Whedon

There Is No Joss Whedon

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A conclusion to our Joss Whedon roundtable.

 
 
The ‘Avengers’ Films: The Maze of Continuity and Joss Whedon’s Voice

The ‘Avengers’ Films: The Maze of Continuity and Joss Whedon’s Voice

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In praise of Joss Whedon’s logistical skill.

 
 
Avengers, Assemble

Avengers, Assemble

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Why Whedon’s 2012 film works.

 
 
The Eternal Frontier

The Eternal Frontier

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Firefly and the whitewashed Western.

 
 
We Can Remember the Dollhouse for You

We Can Remember the Dollhouse for You

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Joss Whedon vs. PKD.

 
 
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Abstraction Bingo with Bill Sienkiewicz

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All the different ways he draws.

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A brief history of Indian comics.

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Thoughts on Patrick Modiano’s 2014 novel So You Don’t Get Lost in the Neighborhood.

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After The City on the Edge of Forever, and before.

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The Year At HU

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our biggest year ever

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