Featured Archive Post: Junji Ito’s Tomie stories as misogynist fever dream.
Kailyn Kent on how True Detective is like Twin Peaks with more misogyny.
Edie Fake‘s amazing illustration for the gay utopia.
Ng Suat Tong on Peter Bagge’s Margaret Sanger biography and dancing around eugenics.
Michael Arthur explains that Osamu Tezuka thinks furry is sexy. Deal with it.
Christa Blackmon on the Walking Dead and human rights.
Julian Chambliss for PPP on the slimming down of Amanda Waller.
Ng Suat Tong on the zombie apocalypse and the dangers of empathy.
At Salon I did a list of cross-genre collaborations.
At the Atlantic I wrote about
— Showgirls and leveraging sex worker stigma.
— the Doom Patrol and superheroes on the margins
— how Charles Murray is a worse philosopher than Sojourner Truth.
At the Dissolve I reviewed Visions of Mary Frank, a documentary about the sculptor.
At Splice Today I made the case for Johnny Cash in the 80s.
Bob Temuka on superheroes and death.
Elias Leight on the new minimalist R&B.
Elias Leight again, this time on Merle Haggard and pop stardom.
Sydette Harry on who you hate when you hate on the Internet.
Aamer Rahman on Game of Thrones and the barbaric other.