The Comics Curmudgeon puts his foot down: IN OTHER NEWS: I have tried to be nice, and reason with you all, but I am done with that. Discussing Mallard Fillmore in the comments only pisses everyone off and contributes nothing. Anyone doing so will be banned on the first offense I catch, starting now. Who [...]
May 5th, 2009 · No Comments
March 21st, 2009 · No Comments
From a gallery of excellent covers for classic crime comics of the 1950s. Fair warning — these are pretty gruesome. I love it!
February 20th, 2009 · 2 Comments
Defamer passes on the confirmation of Newsarama’s speculation that the Watchmen movie will remain true to Alan Moore and David Gibbons’ vision by featuring plenty of full frontal Dr. Manhattan. Or “lower Manhattan” as the punning goes. I suspect that like George Clooney’s Bat-nips, the blue shlong is a rubber-plastic mold. Nonetheless, this talisman penetrates [...]
May 2nd, 2008 · No Comments
I had already decided that I would not go see Iron Man, because it looked like just another multi-million dollar piece of shit. But David Denby has given my smug leftist heart a moral reason to avoid it altogether: The director, Jon Favreau, and two writing teams, Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby, and Art Marcum [...]
Tags: human rights
March 17th, 2008 · No Comments
Tom Toles: Pearls Before Swine: Is this a new meme? UPDATE: Point of order, my wife points out that in the first cartoon Popeye does not, in fact, choke on the spinach. He just eats it and dies. STILL, I say, it’s funny that two different cartoonists used Popeye dying from spinach as a joke.
March 11th, 2008 · No Comments
Why does she need to be told this? Who the hell is Anthony to have to explain this crap to her? What happened to her brain? The Comics Curmudgeon nailed this one in a comment on yesterday’s strip: There’s an entire Women’s Studies thesis waiting to be written about the Foobs today. Elizabeth’s abject terror [...]
February 27th, 2008 · No Comments
Found via Dirk Deppey, this pamphlet handed out by a comic book shop owner (and scanned by graphic novel blogger Franklin Harris) must be seen to be believed. Believe!