Well, we’ve finally, finally got our entire archive over here. It was brutal, but finally finished. To celebrate, I’ve posted a bunch of things from the archive this week, including:

—Robert Boyd with a comment on TCJ’s mainstream coverage.

—Caroline Small on the fecundity of Alan Moore’s Swamp Thing.

—me on why women like boy’s love.

— Miriam Libicki on Terry Moore, Jaime Hernandez, and soap operas.

—A voices from the archive post highlighting a comment by Miriam Libicki on Lost Girls.

I talk about dick vs. fanny in male genre comics.

Ng Suat Tong on Alison Bechdel’s Are You My Mother?

Qiana Whitted on what cigarette warning labels tell us about comics.

Charles Reece with a two part explanation of why the Marston/Peter Wonder Woman is a fascist tool. part one; part two.

With Charles’ pieces, we’ve finally completed our Marston/Peter Wonder Woman roundtable. The index for the entire thing is here.

I talk about the Zen of John Porcellino’s Christmas Eve.
Utilitarians Everywhere

At Splice Today I review Rye Rye’s new album.

Also at Splice I ask why the fuck NATO exists, and why won’t they leave us alone.
Other Links

Isaac Butler interviews Laura Miller on fandom.

Alyssa Rosenberg on D’Angelo’s body issues.

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