Silver Surfer Black 1 | Review

Over on Ink Logging, I’ve written a short review of the great looking new Silver Surfer Black series from Marvel. It’s drawn by Tradd Moore. Here’s a taste: There’s a barely restrained surrealist/trippy component to his drawings. The Silver Surfer series seems designed bring that element out in force. There are a lot of

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Logging Ink on Infinite Blogs

I’m writing a lot more. Here a a few places you can find my writing: In the last post, I mentioned my TCJ column, Event Horizon. I’m also blogging much more regularly on Uncivilized Books. (check out the first part of the History of Uncivilized Books) On top of that, I’m writing for Ink Logging,

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Ecological Collapse and the Horror of Kazuo Umezu’s The Drifting Classroom

Paradise Adrift The distance between the present and utopia is measured in centuries. We locate utopian societies in the future, and prefigure them with premonitions of apocalypse; the dysfunctional order of the present must be swept aside by some vaguely grasped apocalyptic event to allow a new and better world to emerge. Every generation

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