Monthly Archives: July 2013

Hooded injustice

If Trayvon Martin had lived in Gotham City, he’d still be alive. Because in comic books, vigilantes are never wrong. That’s really the most remarkable and important thing about a superhero (the comic book term for “vigilante”). X-ray and microscopic … Continue reading

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Standing up for women

Texas Senator Wendy Davis walked right out of a Frank Capra movie and into the world spotlight when she stood on the floor of her state senate for more than 11 hours June 25th to filibuster a bill that would … Continue reading

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