Archive for: Robert Stanley Martin

James Romberger and Robert Stanley Martin on Gaiman and the Art in Sandman

Sandman, art, and writing.

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Some Closing Thoughts on the Poll

Criticism isn’t about being right or wrong; it’s about helping people see work in new and more insightful ways. That can and should go on forever.

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#4: Watchmen, Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons

Watchmen is simultaneously a first-rate adventure story, an incisive analysis of the superhero genre, and a brilliant meditation on how one’s sense of reality is defined by one’s perspective

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Cheap Thrills

If satire doesn’t cause its targets even the least discomfort — if they in fact want to put it on the cover of their product — does it make sense to call it satire?

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June 30 Deadline for Best Comics Poll!

Please participate in our 10 best comics poll.

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Robert Stanley Martin Announces Best Comics Poll

What are the ten comics works you consider your favorites, the best, or the most significant?

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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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