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Tag Archives: comics
Book of December 29, 2009
Straightforward language, cartoons by Hugh Lieber, and (high-school level) equations: by far the best explanation of relativity every written.
Book of December 14, 2009
My children learned more world history from Gonick’s series than I knew until after college. In a just world, it would be the basis of every high school history curriculum.
Book of December 6, 2009
I am going to put aside my uncertainties and talk about Oscar Wao and what it seemed like to me, regardless of authorial intention (which is so last millennium, anyway).
Book of November 12, 2009
Dispatches from a native of FanBoyLand, as he tries to feel out the borders of masculinity.
Book of October 21, 2009
Demons stalk the earth, science fiction, and comic books.