Five-by-five, fanboys and fangirls! After airing multifarious objections to such commonplace end-of-the-year fun, our crotchety columnist succumbs to the temptation of naming his choices for the finest comic books of 2011. As defined. With provisos. […]
Jesse Raya is the publicist for St. Louis concert venue The Pageant. He listens to a lot of music. We love him.
I hope you can take away some songs from my list and enjoy them before they become the background to diaper commercials.
This is called “spamming,” according to my son, and it did no good in preventing me from being his bitch.
Hands down, Delicate Steve tickled my ears the most this year.
Brad Pitt hits it out of the park…literally.
Even in death, David Foster Wallace doesn’t fail to impress. A great literary loss, indeed.
2012 will see the return of both Quentin Tarantino and Joaquin Phoenix.
The tragedies and triumphs of the two lead characters really resonate with its readers to create a powerful thematic exploration of love set against an ever-evolving landscape.
Williams is firing on all cylinders here, creating remarkable layouts and breathtaking linework to tell a truly action-packed and gripping story.