Yet Lutes’ choice neglects, or even rejects, another freedom of comics– the ability to select what is represented.
“ The New Yorker pays tribute to a generic kind of legend.”
Comics emerges less as a victim of art than of its own, unintentional self-sabotaging, and its refusal to grow and celebrate itself on its own terms.
Walter Benjamin, the aura of comics, and fandom.
Is agitprop gallery art an oxymoron?