I’m very sorry to say that Domingos Isabelinho has decided to step down as a columnist here at HU. We’ve been really honored to have him. Besides being one of the most knowledgeable critics around, he has a unique and really irreplaceable perspective on comics and culture. He’ll be sorely missed here. You can see all of his posts here.
The good news is that Domingos will be posting again at his old blog the Crib Sheet. Go check it out.
It’s been a couple of weeks since I did one of these, so there have been a bunch of publications.
A piece at the Chicago Reader about Del McCoury, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and embalmed traditions.
Also at Splice a review of Insidious.
And at Comixology I talk about Paul Celan, words and images.