World history, American history, English literature, American literature, graphic novels
6 Shades of Scalable
Grad school-- maybe surprisingly-- actually provides some pretty good prep for the real world.
Adult situations, Calvin and Hobbes-style.
The verb is "slasher" in "slasher film" for a reason: edged weapons are more practical than nooses.
Antwan Pixley: There is no testimony without a test
A profile of D.C.-area publisher, musician and entrepreneur Antwan Pixley. This was a great opportunity to write in a different style.
Modernism: Designing a New World, 1914--1939
An article on the Corcoran Gallery's 2008 Modernism exhibit, found on pages 10-13.
One of the directors of Blair Witch goes back to the woods with Bigfoot. The result is hilarious, but I doubt that's what he was going for.
or, A Series of Unfortunate Scenes.
Zack Snyder's 300
I review Zack Snyder's 300. Hilarity ensues.
Show me a Geat with a shaved chest and I'll show you a Nicholas Sparks book without cliches.
Who Watches the Pretentious?
A reassessment of Alan Moore's famous comic book.
I almost guarantee you none of these words will ever again occur together in an independent clause: Bobcat Goldthwait's well-crafted Bigfoot horror movie revitalizes the Found Footage genre.
Wondermark creator David Malki speaks...
An interview with David Malki, creator of the Wondermark web comic. I love it when humorists are funny in real life.
Alan Moore's Lost Girls
Alan Moore's pornographic magnum opus had me more than miffed.
The Simpsons Movie
It seems like only yesterday people were making themselves into Simpsons characters on Facebook...