Links: 03/21/14

A Movable Feast, Merlin Tuttle

A Movable Feast, Merlin Tuttle

Last week, Beth (who is wise and who might be a dinosaur) asked me why I called my work on these posts spam and I got to thinking and she’s right–this is work and I shouldn’t call it spam.

Comments

  1. Tobias says

    I’d just like to thank you for pointing out “The 40 Worst Rob Liefeld Drawings.” I’m a big fan of that article, and it showcases just how unnatural certain areas of comic art became in the 90s.

  2. says

    It’s funny, I saw that article a few weeks ago and the first thing I said was, “Holy shit, that’s why [high school friend]‘s comic book drawings looked like that! I just thought he was a crappy drawer!”

  3. A. Nuran says

    No, it isn’t a “+10 shield”. But if you can contextualize the repugnant in something you like you have to cut others the same slack. Privilege the standards of your time and place across the board or give everyone the same freedom you demand for yourself.

  4. A. Nuran says

    @A. Nuran: I don’t mean “you personally” because you don’t fall into this trap. It’s directed at the sort of person whose standards are only flexible when it comes to things he or she supports