Operating on a Higher Plane: The Appeal of Dr. Strange

The entrance of Dr. Strange into the Marvel Cinematic Universe gives Marvel the opportunity to explore on screen a type of character they’ve left so far underexplored. I don’t mean that he’s magic. I mean that he’s an asshole. But that’s what you love about him. Like all other great Benedict Cumberbatch characters, he justContinue reading “Operating on a Higher Plane: The Appeal of Dr. Strange”

Ziggy Zig-zags the Light and Dark Fantastic, vol. 1 (review)

In Ziggy Zig-zags the Light and Dark Fantastic, Vol. 1, written by Ron Baxley, Jr., and illustrated by Vincent Myrand, a Welsh Corgi named Ziggy bravely navigates multiple familiar fantasy worlds (Neverland, Oz, and Wonderland), and Baxley likewise bravely and expertly navigates multiple conflicting narrative rule systems to create a prime example of the inevitableContinue reading “Ziggy Zig-zags the Light and Dark Fantastic, vol. 1 (review)”