Beating on The Beats: A Graphic History: Writing for The San Francisco Chronicle, Gerald Nicosia expresses plenty of reservations about the latest Harvey Pekar and company Graphic History book for Hill and Wang, most troublingly regarding the factual accuracy. Not that I’d let a single bad review discourage me from seeing what Ed Piskor, Summer McClinton or Trina Robbins’ drawings of Kerouac and company look like, of course.
I love Batmanwoman and Ultra-Casual Robin’s costumes: Yesterday was superhero day at the University of Pennsylvania Museum, news that is too late to do you any good, but I like the picture that ran with this announcement a whole lot, so I’m posting it today anyway. Here’s another picture of their heroes in a different pose, and here’s a write-up of it, with a pint-sized Batman photo.
That’s right, she said “Banana-nihilating”: Enjoy these excerpts from the DC Super Heroes Super Healthy Cookbook.
Sometimes I wish Brandon Graham drew every comic: One of my favorite artists unveils his Kitty Pryde drawing and it is a think of beauty. Wolverines tiny flacid penis is in the distant background (he fights Sentinels in the nude sometimes, I guess) as is a swear, if that sort of thing gets you in trouble at work. (Link yoinked from Heidi MacDonald)