Monthly Archives: November 2010

Warriors of the People

In honor of November being Native American Heritage Month, and Thanksgiving allegedly commemorating one of the few positive interactions between Native Americans and European-American settlers, I thought I’d share some information about a few Native American comic book characters—from a … Continue reading

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Dereliction of duty

Wars are ugly, and so is the way our government often treats the men and women it sends to fight them. On this Veteran’s Day I’d like to share some examples of the history of veterans affairs as it has … Continue reading

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The Voice of the people

In recognition of our latest exercise of the electoral process and this evening being Guy Fawkes Night in the U.K., I would like to examine both a graphic literary masterpiece that offers an alternative to our democratic system, and the failure of the movie … Continue reading

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Behind the mask

Last night, like most Halloweens, superhero costumes were a popular choice for many Trick-or-Treaters (we had two Iron Men and a Spider-Man come to our door). This is a departure from the original concept behind Halloween costumes, which was to … Continue reading

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