Sunday, February 7, 2016

ICYMI -- Comics Criticism and Whatnot for 1/31/16 to 2/6/16

Highlighting some great comics criticism being published, as well as other random things that have caught my eye over the past week.


COMICS CRITICISM


* Zainab Akhtar on Valentine Gallardo's SOFT FLOAT
* Scott Cederlund on Tom Hart's ROSALIE LIGHTNING
* Nick Hanover on KENNEL BLOCK BLUES #1
* John Seven on Meags Fitzgerald's LONG RED HAIR
* Jason Wilkins on Alex Demetris' DAD'S NOT ALL THERE ANY MORE
* Chase Magnett on HUCK #1-3
* Amy Diegelman on FAITH #1
* Jacob Monir Canfield and Alex Hoffman discuss Riad Sattouf's THE ARAB OF THE FUTURE


WHATNOT

* Tom Spurgeon on THE FAKE AWARDS AT ANGOULEME
* Sarah Horrocks on Guillermo del Torro's CRIMSON PEAK
* Chase Magnett on VIOLENCE IN SUPERHERO COMICS
* TWO POEMS by David Morgan O'Connor
* ROUNDING UP HOURLY COMICS DAY 2016
* Noah Berlatsky's #OSCARSSOWHITE: HOW QUESTIONS OF DIVERSITY ARE INEXTRICABLY LINKED TO TASTE
* Laura Kenins on COMICS AS LITERATURE
* Chris Gavaler on HOW WORDS AND PICTURES WORK TOGETHER IN COMICS
* Paul Tumey's THE MINICOMIX REVOLUTION WILL NOT BE TELEVISED

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