The Hate Machine Essays: Cherry-Picking for an Affluent Liberal Class.

“The summer began on May 25, when the police officer Derek Chauvin knelt on George Floyd’s neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds in Minneapolis, Minnesota, suffocating his pleas for life. Largely peaceful demonstrations followed, and Trump tweeted: ‘These THUGS are dishonoring the memory of George Floyd, and I won’t let that happen.’ He added, ‘When the … Continue reading The Hate Machine Essays: Cherry-Picking for an Affluent Liberal Class.

Who Will Survive the Zombie Apocalypse That Will Inevitably Close Out 2020?

Greetings, beloved. I know it's been a while since you've heard from me and I apologize for that. But finishing a degree in the middle of a pandemic took a large part of my available bandwidth. Also, I've come up with several interesting, timely topics, only to them blown out out the water by whatever … Continue reading Who Will Survive the Zombie Apocalypse That Will Inevitably Close Out 2020?

DC Layoffs

"Bloodbath," that is the word I've seen used most often to describe the massive wave of layoffs at DC comics and DC universe. The estimates range from six hundred at the lowest, and the highest being upwards of one thousand. Most of those who lost their jobs were editors, leaving many wondering what exactly these … Continue reading DC Layoffs

The Dark Knight Returns, maybe

Earlier this week, a rumor started circulating within all the major comic news outlets claiming that Michael Keaton has signed a multi-picture deal to reprise this roll of Batman, specifically the same Batman that appeared in 1989's "Batman" and 1992's "Batman Returns," ignoring the 2 films made by the late director Joel Schumacher. These rumors … Continue reading The Dark Knight Returns, maybe