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Tag Archives: Batman
Memo to the implacable and petulant Bernie Bros: if Hillary is good enough for your hero, she’s good enough for you. Continue reading
A super-sized sampling of Adam West, Cesar Romero and (especially) Julie Newmar is precisely what our ailing world needs right about now.
In America our religion is violence, and our cathedral has long been the silver screen. So let’s celebrate 50 of the greatest fights in movie history.
We at The Weeklings have obtained five projects LaBeouf currently has in development.
Inveterate comic book fanboy James Orbesen has become ashamed of comics…but not for the reasons you might imagine.
The final installment in Gabe Durham’s roving four-part look at all of America as distilled into random comments about Christian rock, Doonesbury, Batman, and Todd Palin.
The stuff of comic books is essentially a raw, undiluted breed of native magical realism, American in origin and as ingrained in our culture as jazz, baseball, or the WWE. Samuel Sattin discusses comics, masculinity, and his debut novel, League of Somebodies.
What can an obscure Hanukkah story teach us about the nature of zeal? Whether you’re talking Superman or Super Mario Bros., insanity and primitiveness can be a evolutionary tool for cultural innovation.