Author Archives: Tucker Stone

Fit The Print

A look into the heart of a man, a reminder of the death of criticism and some major hire for the Gray Lady. Continue reading

 

Blind To Passes

The comics made by contributors, a reminder that anti-vaxxers aren’t the only ones who don’t care about herd immunity, and a visit to the other House of Ideas. Continue reading

 

The Issue of Value

Free comics, the hopefully final word on the latest Neil Gaiman non-Sandman cash grab and a giant, glorious interview. It’s Thursday in Heaven! Continue reading

 

Tengo Hambre

It’s day two of Pitchfork scribes turning in comics reviews, and day one of a Kilgore take-over. Also, i’m molting. Continue reading

 

Philip Glass, Knife Collector

When two clowns go to the bathroom, hijinks ensue. Continue reading

 

The Blood and The Father

A reviewer demands proper BISAC-ing: it’s Wednesday, friend. Continue reading

 

Look What You Made Me Glue

Marc Sobel has no fear of word count, RJ Casey takes a stand, and awful rumors abound, and may be fast on their way towards being…not rumors? Continue reading

 

The Finest in Grog

Time to meet Sara & Ardo, your Lambda nominations, learn from the book of Stotts, and check in with two other contributors who have gone off and made some comics. Continue reading