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    Nola Pfau

    Nola is a bad influence. She can be found on twitter at @nolapfau, where she's usually making bad (really, absolutely terrible) jokes and occasionally sharing adorable pictures of her dog.

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  • Previously On Comics: Charity and Foolishness

    Previously On Comics: Charity and Foolishness0

    Most important things first: Noted comics creator Jon Rosenberg could use your help. Jon’s son Alec was born premature, and has cerebral palsy as a result of complications from that. He needs spinal surgery, and Jon’s insurance won’t cover the year of therapy Alec will need after that to relearn how to walk. They’re nearly

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  • Hi-Fi Fight Club: Fixed Nostalgia Still Needs to Move

    Hi-Fi Fight Club: Fixed Nostalgia Still Needs to Move0

    What I really like about comics is that sometimes, amidst all of the fluff and fun, they help the reader understand something, whether about themselves or about the world or the life that they inhabit. Sometimes that thing is a profound and deep thing, and sometimes it’s something very simple or basic. For instance, Hi-Fi

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  • Previously On Comics: Say What You Mean, Mean What You Say

    Previously On Comics: Say What You Mean, Mean What You Say2

    Last week, on 9/11, G.I. Joe writer Aubrey Sitterson shared some rather charged opinions about that day and the United States’ collective response to it. Because this is comics, everyone who heard this opinion did so calmly and shared an equally calm reacti–ahahahahahahaha. No, of course, there’s a campaign to get him fired. Disingenuous sorts

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  • Hasbro vs DC: Dawn of Litigation

    Hasbro vs DC: Dawn of Litigation0

    At the tail end of last month, news broke that Hasbro was taking DC Comics to court over DC’s marketing of toys featuring a character named Bumblebee. This Bumblebee is distinct from the friendly Autobot everyone’s familiar with–she’s a Teen Titan, and definitely not a robot–but Hasbro has still taken the stance that the name

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