Ever wonder what Superman would have to say about health care? Now we know thanks to olde-timey comics that address formerly -- and sometimes currently! -- socially relevant topics. If only Superman could fly down from the sky and fact-check every politician who tries to warp the debate over health care by c
Sarah Palin recently gave a very special resignation speech as she stepped down from her role as govenor of Alaska, proving yet again that she really is the Lil C of the political world. I, for one, will miss her nonsensical ramblings -- but only her nonsensical ramblings.
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Douglas Rushkoff, author of numerous books and and comics including the Vertigo series "Testament," appeared on the Colbert Report last night to promote his new book, "Life, Inc." about the problems of dealing with a world that operates a corporation.
The problem with this, says Rushkoff, is that we end up "measu
A recent Washington Post article reveals that Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor was a serious comic book fan in her youth, and such an avid reader of comics like "Archie" and "Casper" that her family became concerned that they might "corrupt" her:"The females were expected to achieve more," said her younger brother, Juan Sotomayor. She loved comic books -- Archie, Casper, Richie Rich -- so much that, after her father died, her paternal grandmother and aunts once convened a family meeti