While The Big Lebowski’s “The Dude” is dejected, Lodge 49's Dud refuses to be.
The collaboration between Mary Jo Duffy and artist Cynthia Martin revolutionized Marvel’s Star Wars comic series.
Half My Life warmed my heart.
Remember people capable of saying “I don’t know”?
Combining mythology, Christian lore, and folk tales, Arak Son of Thunder revealed how indigenous traditions, religions, moral precepts, and philosophies from all over the world could complement each other.
These creators fused the escapist minimalism of Golden Age comics with the DIY aesthetics of modern graphic novels and small press experimental comics.
Reject the idea of spiritual ownership of art by its artist past the moment of creation.
This 1997 paperback reprint anthology series is the comic book equivalent of a missing link.
He was a cad in surf and a con artist in snow; he was a caricature from New York to Miami, and the best New Yorker in Minnesota.
With perverse irony, some of the boldest examples of this were published by Marvel and DC in their own books.
Gen Z critiques an 80s classic.
Anthology comic series Charlton Bullseye had a superb second run in the early 1980s.
There’s no quick summary for this grand mass of inventive splendor.
"Let's Do the Fink" is a grotesque dance craze parody.
Memo to 2020: you were real, you were fun, but you were never real fun.
Our cultural watchdogs are telling us that they're "problematic."
We're supposed to believe that Japanese life is a daily freak show.
Unconventional toys of the 80s proved that even innocuous trinkets could symbolize a revolt against mainstream standards.
Entertainment Weekly's build your own Avenger game is depressingly accurate.
A step-by-step guide to going viral by writing the hottest takes under the sun.
The young have long been killing the old.
Tim Dillon, Jake Paul, and the Winklevosses live from the Miami Bitcoin conference.
From an episode of The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson broadcast on September 3, 1987.
For her performance in Julia, with a speech loudly booed by the sizable anti-Palestinian contingent at the Oscars.
The author promotes himself and "rambles about the 1988 election."
Promoting her book A Return to Love: Reflections on the Principles of A Course in Miracles.
He was not impressed by the former. (From an episode of The Dick Cavett Show, broadcast on July 27, 1970).
Mid Ad-Read, Tim talks about how he wants to skew his audience's gender towards female (from episode 197, "Essential Episode").
From the September 5, 1990 episode of The Tonight Show.
She's doing great!