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Power Records Presents

I first posted this essay on my blog early in 2013, not long after I’d seen Baz Luhrmann’s version of The Great Gatsby. This year I wrote about the Power Records sets again for the zine Towards a Poetics of Man-Bat and for The Los Angeles Review of Books, so I thought it would be […]

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Can a non-existent author be exploited?

“Judith Forest” and the crisis in autobio comics.

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How Do Comics Represent Ferguson?

Visualizing police brutality.

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When Are Two Comics the Same Comic (Part V)

Batman: The Court of Owls, in color and black and white.

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“Like Comics Without Panels”

On putting cartoons on the wall.

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How Should Tom & Jerry’s Ethnic Humor Be Packaged Today?

Cats, mice, and content warnings.

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Fabrice Neaud’s Journal and Autobiographical Comics

Faces in the Journal

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