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Wait, What? Ep. 103: Churls on Film

Jeff Lester

They had me at “Kpow!”: Gil Kane Atom slugs Gil Kane Green Lantern, from Justice League of America #200. And so it’s that time again, O Mighty Whatnauts.  Join us behind the jump for show notes and kvetching, ‘kay?

Savage Symposium: PAYING FOR IT (Part 4 of 4)

Brian Hibbs

And here’s the big wrap-up to this week’s discussion of PAYING FOR IT! I hope you relished it as much as I.

Savage Symposium: PAYING FOR IT (part 3 of 4)

Brian Hibbs

Question #4:

Savage Symposium: PAYING FOR IT (Part 2 of 4)

Brian Hibbs

Here’s Question #3.  

Savage Symposium: PAYING FOR IT part 1 (of 4)

Brian Hibbs

As part of the 10th anniversary of The Savage Critic on the web, and since we had such a great time last year doing it with WILSON, we’ve decided to try and do several Savage Symposiums this year, leading with one “mainstream” and one “alternative” title. Abhay is leading the superhero one, which should see print in about two weeks, and I ended up leading this one, for Chester Brown’s PAYING FOR IT.   I asked the gang five questions, the first two of which are presented here for your reading pleasure. A question a day will follow through Friday.  

SAVAGE SYMPOSIUM: WILSON by DAN CLOWES

Abhay Khosla

Dan Clowes is the cartoonist and author of a considerable number of the most celebrated comics of the past 20 years, including GHOST WORLD, DAVID BORING, ICE HAVEN and THE DEATH RAY, all of which originated in his EIGHTBALL anthology series.  His most recent publication is WILSON, his first original graphic novel published by DRAWN & QUARTERLY and released on April 28, 2010. WILSON prompted the following Savage Critic round-table discussion, which took place via the internet between May 2 and May 9, 2010.