Archive for: The Comics Journal

So Little Time, So Many TCJ Covers!

A gallery of TCJ covers.

continue reading »

 
 

Tom Spurgeon Subtweeted Me and All I Got Was This Lousy Long Essay

On TCJ, the Comics Reporter, and women in comics criticism.

continue reading »

 
 

The Post-Gender Mystique

A review of the Shojo Manga! Girl Power! exhibit.

continue reading »

 
 

The Comics Journal and Eddie Campbell: In Defense of Shit and Poor Logic

The EC war comics; still not all that.

continue reading »

 
 

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.

continue reading »

 
 

Not With a Bang

I am sure that eventually, somebody within DC Marketing will envision a Grant Morrison Batman omnibus that collects his now historic runs of “Batman and Son” and “R.I.P.” (and its various preludes) along with his 16-issue Batman and Robin, the Arkham Asylum graphic novel, and even the tales collected as Batman Gothic. That’s from Nathan […]

continue reading »

 
 

The Approaching Conglomerate

As you know if you’ve been reading the internets, some mysterious anonymous soul showed up here in comments and stated that Comics Comics was going to be merging with our former hosts, The Comics Journal. Matthias Wivel has a short piece about the good and the bad of this move. (If it’s true!)

continue reading »