Slowly Paying For It

Slowly Paying For It: God and the Machine

Looking for what isn’t there in Chester Brown’s “Paying For It”.

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DWYCK: Sacred and Profane Love

Form and spirit in Chester Brown’s “Paying For It.”

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Robert Stanley Martin on Paying For It

Robert Stanley Martin wrote about the harshest piece I think I’ve seen on Chester Brown’s Paying For It in our comments. It seemed wrong to let it languish there, so I have given it it’s own post.

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Love Among the Androids

Convinced of the evils of romance, yet not willing to give up on having sex, Brown eventually decides to get some the old fashioned way — by paying for it. As he learns the ins and outs of being a john (how to find an escort, when to tip, where to look for reviews online) he also becomes a more and more adamant proponent of legalization.

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Dyspeptic Oroborous: Reacting To It

Do we need to think about Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbie’s attitudes towards sex when reading Lost Girls? Is it important to think about Ditko’s objectivism when evaluating Ditko?

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