Boilerplate New York nostalgia chokes the latest issue of Harper’s.
Jim Starlin's original idiosyncratic vision that's been blanded into a multi-billion dollar cash cow.
You can eat steak and tofu.
A view from the neighborhood where Wonder Woman 2 is being filmed.
A command is not a question.
We're still looking for moral leadership from television shows.
My Hollywood Year II.
The hit TV show sets a bad example for impressionable teenagers.
At least my kids liked the books.
On view from May 10 to June 17.
Deadpool 2, Soviet fatigues, and dying with loud in hand.
There’s more here than the genders.
The Bling Mac dropped off radar.
Leonardo may have sexually abused a young boy.
How not to be responsible with great power.
Still watching shows like a dumb old idiot? Stop!
Steely Dan and Godard affect the Victorian era.
Western Civilization culminates in that so-so film.
What will it mean in a cultural climate hypersensitive to gender politics?
I don't hate conceptual art, but it had better be smart.
Baby Boomer guilt, especially among the wealthy, doesn’t wash.
I’ve never seen a Star Wars movie. So what?
From And/Or Studio for stock footage firm Dissolve. Via Boing Boing.
The 288-page reprint of the classic '80s hardcore zine also features new interviews with Ian MacKaye, Keith Morris, and members of Agnostic Front, Bad Brains, and Cro-Mags, as well as a 19-song compilation, Still Having Their Say. Below, Nomads cover Crucifix's "How When And Where" and Agnostic Front's "The Eliminator." More at Decibel.