By wandering aimlessly, all places became equal, and it no longer mattered where...– Paul Auster (City of Glass)
Review: The Delicious Aesthetic of Image's Blue... →
There’s a style and grace about good crime fiction that isn’t easily duplicated. Though it can be copied without much effort, but to be truly successful the characters must be just so intriguing, the plot must be just so enticing and the aesthetic must be striking and seductive. Image’s newest neo-noir/pulp comic Blue Estate has these elements…in spades. Read my full review on PopMatters.com.
Our battered suitcases were piled on the sidewalk again; we had longer ways to...– Jack Kerouac
Ideology makes it unnecessary for people to confront individual issues on their...– Daniel Bell (via New Yorker)
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Review: Batman and Robin 22 →
On the surface, “Tree of Blood – Dark Knight vs. White Knight” playing out over Batman and Robin 20-22 is not terrible, though it is something of a rudimentary storyline. Read my full review on PopMatters.com.
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The size and age of the Cosmos are beyond ordinary human understanding. Lost...– Carl Sagan (via laplumeabelle)
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Review: The Li’l Depressed Boy #3 →
Released this Wednesday, Struble & Grace’s The Li’l Depressed Boy #3 shows every sign of becoming a modern masterpiece of the social rituals we are all subject to. My review for PopMatters.com
I just mean during the day. Daylight. When was the last time you remember seeing...– John Murdoch (Rufus Sewell), Dark City
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‘So I’m doomed to die. And I never even get to punch whose responsible?’– Bender, on learning how he is not built immortal. (via tumblrergosum)
Fair Is Fair: The Redundant and Flawed Narrative... →
“Scarlet” for all intents and purposes is a redheaded, more violent “Legend of Billie Jean.” My review for PopMatters.com.
To be famous, in fact, one has only to kill one’s landlady.– Albert Camus