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In Defense of Generation X

Poor Generation X. This title was doomed from the word go. It’s a shame too, because Scott Lobdell and Chris Bachalo created a great title, a true successor to the New Mutants, a modern version of that premise with interesting interpersonal relationships and fun characters propelled into the spotlight in the wake of the crossover event “the Phalanx covenant” in all the X-Books.   138 more words

Comic Books

In Defense of the Jumpsuit

In Defense of the Jumpsuit
an essay by Kayten Schmidt

To me, a jumpsuit is that rare garment that is at once utilitarian and luxurious. Uncomplicated, it is something you can remove in one grand gesture—unzip and your outfit falls to the floor. 235 more words

Madewell

In Defense of Rick Bota

We’re continuing with the Hellraiser theme this week, but I’m lumping a bunch of films into one. You see, this is a defense of Rick Bota. 957 more words

Hellraiser

In Defense of X- Force

X-Force doesn’t always get the respect it deserves for two reasons.

One : Rob Liefield. The man is hated beyond reason. I understand he rubs some folks the wrong way and that he’s not the greatest artist ever, but his astetic practaclly defined the 90’s and that can’t be denied. 255 more words

Comic Books

In Defense of Loving Horses

So yesterday, my good buddy Jonny published a post that I feel the need to respond to.

It’s kind of a funny joke that he and another friend of ours always say they don’t like girls who like horses. 616 more words

Review: Marilyn Manson - The Pale Emperor

Take a trip down memory lane with me.  The year is 1995.  I’m watching MTV with my buddy and a video starts.  Some clown covered in bird shit with makeup all over his face is screaming at the camera. 982 more words

Neil