Shortened week due to the holidays this time out.
Featured Archive Post: Ariel Kahn on subversion of authority in Salem Brownstone and Skim.
I expressed skepticism about the supernatural manga Natsume’s Book of Friends.
I talked about race or the lack thereof in Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows.
Isaac Butler talks about memory and his father’s illness.
Richard Cook talks about preparing food with his girlfriend.
I talked about morality and other people.
And I compared comics sales to sales of other media.
At the Atlantic I talk about Twilight and abortion.
At Reason I review Jason Dittmer’s new book on nationalist superheroes.
At Splice Today I talk about filibuster reform and Democratic revenge fantasies.
Christopher M. Jones on why worrying about fake geek girls is stupid.
The Republicans were for sensible copyright reform before they were against it.
Sean Michael Robinson interviews David Lasky.
This Week’s Reading
I finished Stanley Hauerwas’ “God, Medicine, and Miracles” read Nate Silver’s “The Signal and the Noise,” reread “The Hobbit” and read Alun Llewellyn’s “The Strange Invaders.”