The mind of Hess: a story of a man and his I-Phone

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richardterrones asked: Do you think the great tragedy of the X-men is that Xavier and Magneto could never truly work together for the common good of everyone?



I think the great tragedy of the X-Men is Gambit.

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Let's talk about how some men talk to women in comics →


Last week I wrote this piece for Comic Book Resources about the new Teen Titans #1 cover. The point of the piece was hey, there’s a broad demographic DC *could* be hitting with this book but the cover is certainly not made for that potential demographic. Instead, it’s more of the same-old,…

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The performance of poptimism →


For the last few days I’ve been unable* to escape the heated discussion about an op-ed that appeared in the New York Times about poptimism, and why it’s bad. Whatever salient points the author may have had are obscured by a bunch of easily deflated arguments, so I won’t go into it. But there’s…

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Anonymous asked: Comment on Saul Austerlitz & poptimism



Um, nah. I mean, what’s there to say? That piece is incredibly stupid and very pull-your-head-out-of-your-ass embattled old white man type shit. This Jeremy Gordon post here pretty much nails why it’s dumb and clueless.

About the only thing I’d add to this discussion: A big fuck you to Austerlitz for trying to temper what is so clearly a white male perspective on popular music by nodding to some non-white male artists he digs like Speedy Ortiz and Ka. To me, that kind of cloying pseudo-inclusionary attitude just makes his flimsy argument worse (cherry picking a female and black artist he likes to bolster his credibility while promoting a very exclusionary vision of popular music that is known to dismiss female and black artists is fucking gross!!!) and kinda says to me that he realizes he’s full of it, you know?

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Quentin Quire by Skottie Young


Quentin Quire by Skottie Young

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Pull List Playlist 2/7/2014 →

This weeks pull list playlist featuring Action Comics, New Avengers, Ms Marvel, The Punisher, Kanye West, Fiona Apple, Tyler the Creator, Volcano Choir and more

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#Action Comics  #Superman  #The Avengers  #New Avengers  #Ms Marvel  #Green Arrow  #The Punisher  #Volcano Choir  #TV On The Radio  #Kanye West  #Jay Z  #Nicki Minaj  #Rick Ross  #Bon Iver  #Fiona Apple  #Tyler The Creator  #OFWGKTA  #Ab Soul  #Danny Brown 
Ales Kot Talks Iron Patriot and Secret Avengers →

Ales Kot took the time out to answer some questions about his upcoming Secret Avengers and Iron Patriot run and does not disappoint

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#Ales Kot  #The Avengers  #Secret Avengers  #Iron Man  #Iron Patriot  #Michael Walsh  #Garry Brown  #Marvel Comics 
Allegory and Symbolism in Zero Year →

Some words on the symbolism in Scott Snyder’s current Batman story line

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#Batman  #Zero Year  #Scott Snyder  #Greg Capullo  #DCComics 
The Weeks Finest: Ms Marvel #1 →

Review of the excellent Ms Marvel

— 2 months ago
#Ms Marvel  #CAROL CORPS  #G Willow Wilson  #Adrian Alphona  #Marvel Comics