Sunday, February 28, 2016

ICYMI -- Comics Criticism and Whatnot for 2/21/16 to 2/28/16

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


COMICS CRITICISM


* Nick Hanover on Jamaica Dyer and Eddie Wright's LAKE IMAGO
* Andy Oliver on David Ziggy Greene's SAVE OUR SOULS
* Eszter Szep on Rob Davis' THE MOTHERLESS OVEN
* Zainab Akhtar on Jill Thompson and Evan Dworkin's BEASTS OF BURDEN
* Alenka Figa on Sophia Wiedeman's THE LETTUCE GIRL
* Ray Sonne on Roz Chast's CAN'T WE TALK ABOUT SOMETHING MORE PLEASANT
* Logan Dalton on THE DARK KNIGHT III #3
* Mark Stack and Chase Magnett on PREACHER: UNTIL THE END OF THE WORLD
* Chase Magnett on OLD MAN LOGAN #2
* Chase Magnett writing about BATMAN: THE CURSE OF BRUCE WAYNE 
(Chase hit the trifecta this week)

WHATNOT

* Shreya Durvasula on WALTER WHITE: ULTIMATE SUPERVILLAIN OR MISUNDERSTOOD ENTREPRENEUR
* Sarah Horrocks' SOME THOUGHTS AFTER SEEING THE WITCH
* Noah Berlatsky's THE AUTHENTICITY OF HACKWORK
* Tom Murphy interviews CONOR STECHSCHULTE about his comics
* Mark Stack interviews JAKE SMITH about his new Kickstarter and other things
* Joseph Kyle Schmidt talks to MICHEL FIFFE
* Jason Viola on the construction of the self in autobiographical comics, MY SELF AND I

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