Sunday, February 21, 2016

ICYMI -- Comics Criticism and Whatnot for 2/15/16 to 2/21/16

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


COMICS CRITICISM


* John Seven on Nick Drnaso's BEVERLY
* Anya Davidson on Brian Chippendale's PUKE FORCE
* Andy Oliver on the anthology WHAT'S YOUR SIGN, GIRL, edited by Robert Kirby
* Robert Kirby on Derf Backderf's TRASHED
* Ray Sonne's 7 (AMONG MANY) AMAZING ART MOMENTS IN MIDNIGHTER: OUT
* Dominic Umile on the work of ANUJ SHRESTHA
* David Large's PALIMPSESTS AND INTERTEXTS: THE UNWRITTEN
* RJ Casey on WEIRDO #1
* Jason Sacks on PREACHER VOLUME ONE: GONE TO TEXAS
* Matthias Wivel on Daniel Clowes' PATIENCE


WHATNOT

* Are you ready for SMALL PRESS DAY 2016 on July 9th?
* Virginia Paine announced that SPARKPLUG BOOKS is closing up shop
* Philip Eil interviews A.O. Scott about his new book BETTER LIVING THROUGH CRITICISM: HOW TO THINK ABOUT ART, PLEASURE, BEAUTY, AND TRUTH
* Sean T. Collins interviews BRIAN CHIPPENDALE about Puke Force
* RJ Casey interviews NICK DRNASO about his book BEVERLY
* THE SECRET LIVES OF TUMBLR TEENS
* David Brothers talks to ZAINAB AKHTAR about comics and stuff.
* Nick Hanover on the new HBO series VINYL
* THREE POEMS by Davon Loeb
* Claire Napier on MISTY KNIGHT AND THE CASE OF THE RIDICULOUS MALES

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