* New York in the 1940s: a great Flickr set.
* Change we can believe in: President Obama has vetoed the Mutant Registration Act.
* Problems with secrecy in comics' direct market.
* Homages to Ditko in the New Yorker.
* Failed Anti-Batmans.
* Ecocomics: a new blog devoted to the intersection of economics and comics regarding such questions as supernatural disaster insurance, the construction industry in the Marvel Universe, how Two-Face funds his crime sprees, and where the Canadian government get the money from to keep making super-soldiers.
* 'The God That Failed:' why we don't live in space colonies.
Friday, May 29, 2009
Posted by Gerry Canavan at 1:02 PM
Labels: Barack Obama, Batman, Canada, comics, economics, Flickr, futurity, Mutant Registration Act, New York, New Yorker, nostalgia, outer space, photographs, science fiction, Steve Ditko, Two-Face, X-Men