Concluding the harrowing tale of how Julie met my family for the first time.
Jeff Lemire tends to write comics that are emotionally raw, very tense, and hauntingly beautiful. Will that be the case with his new comic?
Today we look at a biography of a man who made it okay to be nerds. Yay, Gary Gygax!
Marvel has finally started publishing digests – a few decades too late, but better late than never. The first two, focusing on Spider-man and the Avengers, are reviewed in brief.
I’ve been a fan of Karl Slominski’s work for some time now, so here we have his latest graphic novel for perusal!
From the people I’ve talked to about this, it seems like CK’s apology was a lot better received by men than it was by women. I think that maybe that’s because for most men, actions like CK’s are a hypothetical. Imagining this sort of thing is an intellectual exercise for us. For women, it’s just their reality.
Going through a bunch of old stuff for last week’s column, I found this story. Thought I’d share it here. It originally saw print in a magazine called CARAVAN about fourteen years ago.
So, presented once again. From the archives, a tale of terror… the weekend when Julie met my mother.