Archive for: Craig Fischer
Much of Stitches is about settling scores.
Charles Reece, Craig Fischer, and Andrei Molotiu discuss Brecht and Godard.
“For us, in that apartment, where we were, Marxism was a bit like the sheep.”
There are no outrageous surprises on the collated Eurocomics list (though individual choices, of course, are more idiosyncratic). Rather, the critics who participated in the poll chose works which (a) have been translated into English, (b) have been canonically sanctioned as works of influence and merit by important critics, and/or (c) span the major periods of Eurocomics production.
Last day for our best comics poll! Plus! Batman performs incompetently for charitable causes!
Caro recently highlighted an article by Craig Fischer at Transatlantica titled “Worlds within Worlds: Audiences, Jargon, and North American Comics Discourse”. I’ve decided to separate out this short comment on one particular section of Craig’s essay since it is only tangentially related to the bulk of Caro’s comments. The following comes from the middle of […]