The Wreckage: Part Two
Tegan concludes her look at Grant Morrison and Richard Case’s shadow-casting run on Doom Patrol to see what it can tell us about comics, nostalgia, and Cliff Steele.
The Wreckage: Part One
Tegan takes us back to the past, no longer as recent as it once was, for a look at the Doom Patrol–specifically, the one whose legacy remains critically intact.
2014: New Comics, Old Problems
A generally positive TCJ columnist goes negative, finding something wrong with five recently-released comics: Seconds, Vertigo Quarterly, Ragnarớk, The Death of Archie, and Multiversity. He also answers the question: “Who is the best American-comics-influenced British writer?”
THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (8/27/14 – 52 is an Artificial Limit, and other obvious statements)
None of you understand. I’m not locked up in here with you. You’re locked up in here with me.
Comics Survey: Words, Part II
Ken Parille digs through 60 years of comics and says things about words. He explores a diverse creative cast, from Bill Griffith, Gabrielle Bell, and Julia Gfrörer to Jerry Siegel, John Byrne, and Grant Morrison — with a brief appearance by Otto Binder.
Flex Mentallo and the Morrison Problem
The experience of reading about Grant Morrison’s comics is frequently more stimulating than actually suffering through the work itself.
Hauntology and the Invisibles 3: The Mirror We Made to See Ourselves In
Amy Poodle concludes this three-part meditation.
Hauntology and the Invisibles Part II
Part two of a meditation on The Invisibles, spectres of the past, and the tone of the future.
Bomb Light in Faraway Windows: The Invisibles and Hauntology
A meditation on The Invisibles, spectres of the past, and the tone of the future.