Archives for August 2009
So, in A Night at the Movies, I mentioned Pathfinder as an appalling example of racism in cinema. I promised to write it up more fully. And I meant to, I really did! But the problem with this movie is that writing about it doesn’t do it justice. It’s one thing to write, “The Native American characters are useless.” But it really doesn’t capture the true flavor of a director who said, “You know who needed saving by a white guy? Those Native Americans who let themselves get killed because… Read more »
Doomed Summer Pilots: Defying Gravity
I came up with so many possible subheads for this review. “Defying Gravity Falls Flat.” “Defying Gravity: Snark Matter.” “Defying Blah-vity.” None of these made it (lucky you), but if you’re looking for the tone of the review–well, this is going to be it. “Defying Gravity,” ABC’s new summer drama, takes soap opera into space with all the fervor of a network that didn’t realize it was going where many have gone before. (Fun fact for the casual TV-watcher: the mission of every starship ever televised was 20% exploring space,… Read more »

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    Yesterday, issue 35 came out, and I officially became the writer of DC’s CATWOMAN. That was a pretty nice day. I love this story and am beyond excited to have a chance to tell it.

    This is page 13 of issue #35, featuring Garry Brown’s work from pencils to inks, and Lee Loughridge’s colors. The penciled page was the first art from my Catwoman run I ever saw, and I’ll never forget it.

    [You can get it now in person, or online at Comixology or DC Comics]

    10/23/14

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    vintagegal:

    Backstage at the 1954 Pierre Balmain Couture show. Photos by Mark Shaw.

    10/20/14