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October 29, 2010

Comic: Every discussion about sexism on the internet ever

Click through to read the comic. It's great. Seriously. Sexism is bad, y'all. In which we betray our gender – GABBY'S PLAYHOUSE
The comic below is a compulsive response to a recent, entirely unremarkable little dust-up over on Twitter concerning the excruciatingly polite, brief comments of a certain cartoonist concerning the way dudes talk about women cartoonists — and the shitstorm of whiny nonsensical defensive outrage that inevitably followed, just like any other time anyone on the internet has ever hinted at the possibility that perhaps, maybe, women could be treated a little more like, you know, humans. But people can be weird, man. People — straight, male people, in particular — sure can have some strange misconceptions about how the world spins. Also, they are usually loud. Anyway, this cartoon will be of no help at all in changing our stupid, sexist culture of rape, murder, domination and bad tv — in fact, it hardly even qualifies as entertainment (although there is one kitten, scroll down to the bottom to skip straight to it!). But drawing this certainly made me feel better, so it made the cut. Don’t think I don’t know how I make you suffer, dear, patient reader!

Penny Arcade: The New Kid

Penny Arcade! - The New Kid

October 26, 2010

Kate Beaton's Dracula

Hark, a vagrant: 285

October 21, 2010

Grant Morrison on efforts to diversify superheroes

Grant Morrison has been my comic book creator hero since 1993, when I started reading his Doom Patrol series. I wish we had thirty of him, cackling as they wrote the best comics of the decade. (See also, All-Star Superman, Seven Soldiers, We3, etc) The Whites of Their Eyes
I’ve always wanted to diversify the DCU, but usually when I do it, James Robinson comes along and kills them all. [Laughs] But certainly we try. To me, I look out the window and see all kinds of people walking down the street, and I want to see that reflected in the superhero community. I’m sure a lot of readers would like to see themselves represented as well. It’s always been a focus of mine to widen the scope of DC’s characters internationally and ethnically.

October 16, 2010

Wonderella vs Supervillain Grammar

The Non-Adventures of Wonderella � Archive -- QUOTE of Arms

October 13, 2010

Top Ten Reasons We Aren't Doing Anything About Unemployment

Our Top Ten Excuses For Ignoring Unemployment | Progressive Political Cartoon by Barry Deutsch

October 11, 2010

Lady Superhero Costumes Through the Ages

To view this image full size, right-click and choose "view image" (or whatever it is you do with a Mac). 90snow.jpg

September 28, 2010

Kate Beaton takes on Courtly Love

Hark, a vagrant: 282

September 21, 2010

Fan Film: Pokemon Apocalypse

A trailer for a never-to-be-made fan film that explores the question we've all been wondering. "When Pokemon are outlawed, will only outlaws fight with Pokemon?"

September 20, 2010

Hipster Superheroes

I also love the Iron Man with a suit made from PBR cans. "If Superheroes Were Hipsters" by Caldwell Tanner on CollegeHumor

September 15, 2010

Playing Halo with people over 30 who have jobs

Yes. This. Penny Arcade! - Dotage

September 07, 2010

Kate Beaton takes on Nancy Drew, part 2

Hark, a vagrant: 279

September 04, 2010

Wonderella has a Hellmouth in her bathroom

Don't we all? The Non-Adventures of Wonderella -- TILE By Fire

Penny Arcade explains the Tooth Fairy

Penny Arcade! - Mouth Rituals Exposed

August 30, 2010

Kate Beaton expands Nancy Drew covers

Hark, a vagrant: 278

August 27, 2010

August 28th is Read A Comic In Public Day

A bit sad that it comes to this, but I enjoy comics as a medium and I'd hate to see them collapse more than they already have. August 28 is Read A Comic in Public Day! -- PWxyz

August 25, 2010

This Modern World: Taking Afghanistan Seriously

If you were as serious as me ... - This Modern World - Salon.com

August 09, 2010

Kate Beaton takes on Andrew Jackson

Hark, a vagrant: 276

August 04, 2010

Kanye west's tweets are the perfect captions for New Yorker cartoons

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