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The Marvellous Miss Take

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An art theft video game, without violence....

Hollywood’s (Real) Problem with the Asian Male

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From The Cheat, through Mulan, to Fast Five...

Best Online Comics Criticism 2014

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A round up of the year in criticism....

 

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The Marvellous Miss Take

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An art theft video game, without violence.

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From The Cheat, through Mulan, to Fast Five

 
 
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Best Online Comics Criticism 2014

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A round up of the year in criticism.

 
 
Blasphemy and Charlie Hebdo

Blasphemy and Charlie Hebdo

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Venerating comics scholarship.

 
 
Attack of the Intellectual Barnacles

Attack of the Intellectual Barnacles

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Superheroe and billionaires.

 
 
Utilitarian Review 1/24/15

Utilitarian Review 1/24/15

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This week’s blogging and links.

 
 
American Sniper’s Uniquely American Kitsch

American Sniper’s Uniquely American Kitsch

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And Boyhood isn’t any good, either.

 
 
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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.

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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.

 
 
Power Records Presents

Power Records Presents

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Learning about literature through audio comics.

 
 
Can a non-existent author be exploited?

Can a non-existent author be exploited?

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“Judith Forest” and the crisis in autobio comics.

 
 
How Do Comics Represent Ferguson?

How Do Comics Represent Ferguson?

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Visualizing police brutality.

 
 
When Are Two Comics the Same Comic (Part V)

When Are Two Comics the Same Comic (Part V)

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Batman: The Court of Owls, in color and black and white.

 
 
“Like Comics Without Panels”

“Like Comics Without Panels”

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On putting cartoons on the wall.

 
 
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Blasphemy and Charlie Hebdo

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Venerating comics scholarship.

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Watchmen and Neoliberalism: An Interview with Andrew Hoberek

Watchmen and Neoliberalism: An Interview with Andrew Hoberek

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A discussion with the author of Considering Watchmen: Poetics, Property, Politics

 
 
Wonder Woman Questions

Wonder Woman Questions

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You have WW questions, I have WW answers, maybe.

 
 
A Year in the Merde

A Year in the Merde

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Racial minorities in 2014’s Charlie Hebdo cover cartoons.

 
 
Lost in Translation

Lost in Translation

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Global understandings of race and violence.

 
 
“How wonderful, a woman’s world”: Trina Robbins on Wonder Woman

“How wonderful, a woman’s world”: Trina Robbins on Wonder Woman

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An interview with comics creator and historian Trina Robbins.

 
 
“Punching down” versus “sinking to their level:” why choose?

“Punching down” versus “sinking to their level:” why choose?

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On Joe Sacco’s awful Charlie Hebdo cartoon.

 
 
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Middle Eastern cartoonists and freedom of speech.

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Joe Sacco’s BUMF #1 and American Empire

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