Featured Archive Post: Erica Friedman interviews Marguerite Dabaie.
Me on how comics scholars are defined by definitions and idiocy.
Jones, One of the Jones Boys on what happens when you mash up the Hooded Utilitarian with Cracked.com.
Michael Arthur on Jason, werewolves, and the furry subculture.
Matthias Wivel on racial representations, free speech, and censorship in Scandinavia.
Me on pop art vs. comics: which is more manly?
James Romberger on Josh Simmons, Harvey Kurtzman, Jane Mai, and a bunch of other comics.
Me on science fiction and who colonizes the colonizers.
At the Atlantic I suggest we can maybe not freak out so much about the perfect time to have kids.
At Splice Today I talk about rock and the new man from Elvis to Ke$ha.
Also at Splice, how America loves me because I’m a Jew.
Ta-Nehisi Coates on violence, guns, and the allure of standing your ground.
Shaenon Garrity on what webcomics there aren’t.
Feminist underwear prank on Victoria’s Secret.
DG Myers on critics and credentialing.
Monika Bartyzel on women, sex, and work in Hollywood.
This Week’s Reading
I spent most of this week trying to slog through Jared Diamond’s mammoth “The World Until Yesterday” for a review. Started Alasdair MacIntyre’s “Whose Justice? Which Rationality?” Finished Bart Beaty’s Comics vs. Art. Poked at Nel Noddings’ The Maternal Factor, which I should really read…but the evolutionary psychology thing is hard to hack. Also started Fifty Shades of Grey for an assignment — and good lord it’s wretched.