Believe it or not, we’re still trying to move our archives over from the blogspot address. Apparently the blogspot content was just too large, and it’s caused various problems. It looks like we’re almost done (hopefully Monday.) There will still be a lot of cleanup after that, but hopefully it’ll be worth it to have everything in one place at last.
In our Featured Archive Post I explain that Darwyn Cook is no Marston/Peter.
I write about Bruce Springsteen, undisputed Boss of swollen bombast.
Derik Badman with the penultimate entry in our Wonder Woman roundtable discusses the style of Harry Peter.
Sean Michael Robinson on Anne Frank, the Carpenters, and copyright.
I put up a downloadable blues and gospel mix.
Darryl Ayo Brathwaite on why comics readings don’t work.
Read about the comic that broke Tucker Stone’s heart.
Ng Suat Tong is unimpressed with Guy Delisle’s Jerusalem.
I set up different interpretations of Zen for a duel to the death (or possibly to enlightenment, whichever comes first.
The Chicago Alternative Comics Expo (CAKE) is happening here June 16-17; check out details here.
Also at Splice I review the industrial doom of Author & Punisher.
Also at Splice I talk about the paleness of Dark Shadows.
Interesting post on polyamory and gay marriage.
Isaac Butler on theater, copyright, and public domain.
Freddie deBoer with a great post on the triumph of geek culture and the endless whining of geeks.
Some horrifying info about wrongful birth laws.
Darryl Ayo Brathwaite on superheroes making speeches to other superheroes and similar poor choices.