Archive for: Somebody’s Wrong on the Internet

A Doctor in Every Panopticon: Response to Ben Schwartz

Ben Schwartz posted a response/review to the first episode of the new Doctor Who season over on the main tcj.com site. I won’t summarize it in detail ‘cause it’s right here and you can just go read it. (Go read it! Support our host site! Give Ben some hits! He needs your support to counteract […]

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I Think Ganges Is Boring

Apparently, this means that I should just give up writing about comics altogether and, I don’t know, join a monastic order of geeks and castrate myself with a rusty center-staple according to Sean Collins, who broke all the bones in his hands and found one of those funny fedoras just so he could call himself […]

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Happy To Be Here

As I mentioned a week or so back, I’ve been reading a bunch of comics criticism recently. One essay I looked at was by Marc Singer. (I don’t know Marc personally, though we have some mutual acquaintances making it feel really weird for me to refer to him as “Singer”, which is why he appears […]

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The New Yorker Hearts Luddites

I found myself reading this essay by Gorjus about Chris Ware’s Halloween New Yorker cover recently. In case you missed it, this is the cover: And here’s what Gorjus has to say about it: The children are literally masked, yet still engaging the world—going forth into that terrible night, mashing down on the button at […]

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