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Alice Through the Looking Glass

Released today (May 27, 2016) Alice Through the Looking Glass is the sequel to the 2010 Alice in Wonderland.

And while I don’t expect to be going on opening weekend, I’ll probably pay homage to Lewis Carroll by reading a chapter or two of Alice in Wonderland to my grandchildren this weekend. 250 more words


Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There

What Alice Found

Lewis Carroll wrote the sequel to Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, called Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There in 1871. It is set a few months after the first book. 344 more words

Treasure Hunts

*Bernie Sanders and the Noose of American Politics -- Part III: Tweedledum, Tweedleedee, and the Third Party

Part III: Tweedledum, Tweedledee, and the Third Party

(continued from October 24 and 25 and now concluded)

There is nothing in Sanders’ declared positions which points to a desire on his part to critique the idea of empire to which the US is wedded, nor has he ever really weighed in with a critique of militarism.  1,318 more words

American Society And Culture

Batman 24 - Carter Nichols debuts, Alfred remembers faces, and Tweedledum and Tweedledee become mayor

The first cover to feature an image directly related to the lead story appears on Batman 24 (Aug/Sept 44), as Joe Samachson and Dick Sprang send Batman and Robin back to ancient Rome. 285 more words

Batman 18 - The Secret of Hunter's Inn, and the return of the Crime Doctor

Easily the worst World War 2 Batman cover, on issue 18 (Aug/Sept 43).

But despite the cover, this issue contains my very favourite Tweedledee and Tweedledum story, The Secret of Hunter’s Inn, by Joe Samachson and Jerry Robinson. 277 more words