Sunday, June 12, 2016

ICYMI -- Comics Criticism and Whatnot for 6/5/16 to 6/11/16

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


COMICS CRITICISM


* Ramona Williams on Julia Gfrorer's DARK AGE
* Monica Friedman on Fanny Britt and Isabelle Arsenault's JANE, THE FOX, AND ME
* Nick Hanover on Howard Chaykin's MIDNIGHT OF THE SOUL
* Andy Oliver on Kim Clements I TOLD YOU IT WAS SUMMER
* Rachel Davies on Aidan Koch's AFTER NOTHING COMES
* Austin Lanari on ISLAND #8
* Rob Clough on Liz Suburbia's SACRED HEART 
* RJ Casey on Ben Sears' NIGHT AIR
* Scott Cederlund on CASANOVA: ACEDIA #5


WHATNOT 


* James Leask's SLURS, CARICATURES, AND ERASURE: THE STATE OF MARVEL COMICS' TREATMENT OF INDIGENOUS CHARACTERS 
* Brian Hibbs' THE POWER AND RESPONSIBILITY OF CREATOR-OWNED COMICS 
* Shea Hennum's WHY CAPTAIN AMERICA, WATCHMEN, AND CORPORATE-OWNED CHARACTERS PROMISE US NOTHING
* Chase Magnett answers the question WHY SO MANY IMAGE COMICS READ LIKE TV SHOWS
* Stephanie Grimm and Zach Powers' ANALYZING JAZZ IMPROVISATION TO IMPROVE THE MULTIFRAME
* Roman Muradov interviews TIM HENSLEY 
* Peter Bagge interviews CHESTER BROWN 
* Steve Morris interviews TYLER PAGE 
* Jeffrey Goldberg's A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO THE PRO-HOLOCAUST TWITTERVERSE
* Three Poems by RODNEY KOENEKE 
* Olivia Friedman's WHAT THE BOOK OF RUTH CAN TEACH US ABOUT STANFORD AND SEXUAL ETHICS

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