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Kinukitty reviewed the baseball yaoi Baseball Heaven.
I discussed E. Nesbitt’s Book of Dragons.
We had a brief discussion about the relationship between cartooning, caricature, and stereotype.
Richard Cook looked at whether Blazing Combat is anti-war.
Cartoonist Michael Arthur discussed his reaction as a gay man to yaoi. Lots of interesting (and contentious) thoughts in comments from Vom Marlowe, JRBrown, Caro, and others.
I talked about Tom Spurgeon and Phil Hands’ anti-public union cartoon.
James Romberger wrote about the feminism in Francois Truffaut’s Jules and Jim.
I reviewed Jenna Jameson’s autobiography.
I reviewed a collection of pornographic film strips from the 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s.
At Splice Today I talk about God, creation, and new albums by Stryper and Deicide.
Also at Splice I review the oddly coherent Jess Franco film The Sinister Eyes of Dr. Orloff.