Archives for June 2015
Catwoman 41: "Caesar or Nothing"
Catwoman’s back, and so am I! (Both a little belated, announcement-wise, but what can you do.) Post-Convergence, the story picks up with Selina having locked down her empire. As Catwoman, she can undermine Black Mask with no one the wiser – and has backup in Eiko. As herself, she rules the Calabrese cartel and has kept relative peace among the families. Nothing can shake her. Except the news that Batman’s dead. In my first arc, “Keeper of the Castle” (which will be out in trade soon – stay tuend for… Read more »
Deserts, Dinosaurs, and The New York Times
Wow, am I ever behind on blog stuff! Okay, we’ll start with some essays and reviews. Penny Dreadful will have to wait. First up: Mad Max Fury Road. This sandstorm – which comes from a clear desert out of nowhere to swallow up the sky the moment Furiosa needs it, which looks like the bloom of the sand when her war rig reaches down and the desert rises to put out the fire – was the starting point for my essay at The Dissolve about cinema’s masculine vs. feminine deserts.… Read more »

Recent Work

TV Recaps: The Handmaid's Tale, Season 1

TV Recaps: Harlots, Season 1

TV Recaps: Elementary, Season 5

TV Recaps: Reign, Season 4

Film: “Choli Ke Peeche Kya Hai?”: Bollywood’s Scandalous Question, and The Hardest-Working Scene in Movies, Oscilloscope

Book Review: YAWN: Adventures in Boredom, NPR.org

Book Review: The Radium Girls, NPR.org

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    nathanallardart:

    Pale violet from mussel shells. There is something beautiful about color when you know its origins - it was made in the ocean under the waves.

    07/20/17

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