I picked up Where We Live because it features my brother-and-sister-in-law’s house on the front cover.
The latest issue of Gideon Falls is dizzying by design.
Like a number of others, I learned what “incels” are the other month, and it depressed the hell out of me.
Nothing my gender does should surprise me anymore. But somehow, the thoughtlessness and cruelty of men’s actions still shocks. If you too are depressed that The New York Times published an article asking, essentially, “But what if sexually-entitled male asshats have a point?”, and you want to fight back by reading something that refutes the patriarchy … well, you should pick up Bitch Planet.
Isola, which debuted earlier this month, is nearly more akin to a high-budget Disney animated feature than a comic.
I read this article, “A Kingdom from Dust,” from The California Sunday Magazine. And throughout my reading, the same thought kept popping into my head:
“The Resnicks are Carlyle. Or Bittner. Or Morray or Hock. That’s Lazarus.”
“This really is Year Zero.”