Marmaduke creator Brad Anderson has died and it’s worth taking this opportunity to remember what a pile of hot, steaming garbage not only Marmaduke but the entirety of the newspaper comics has b
Thanks to Bruce Vail for sending me this hilarious propaganda comic General Electric put out in 1947 during the debate over the Taft-Hartley Act. He asked me to credit the Maryland labor activist Bill
The latest in Ethan Persoff’s fantastic series of social issue related comic books is out, this time a piece of propaganda from the Canadian nuclear power industry. I don’t know that it
By now, you know how I feel about Mark Millar; but until I read Nemesis, I couldn’t have accounted for why my dislike has always been so visceral. Turns out, all I needed was to witness his trea
Considering that two Jews from the Bronx, Bill Finger and Robert Kahn (Bob Kane) created Batman two Jews in Cleveland, Jerome Siegel and Joseph Shuster, created Superman a Jew from Washington Heights,
The final assignment of my visual rhetoric course is called Rhetoric in Practice (or RIP). It has two components. To paraphrase the rubric: the students create their own rhetorical performance, explor
Good one. (Via Jessica Crispin.)
Is this how some (many?) men see labor?