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2013-09-26

My words on others' words

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097) FF - Volume 1: Fantastic Faux by Matt Fraction and Mike Allred and Joe Quinones, finished September 24
I had thought this was the first volume but as I continued to read I kept thinking it couldn't be. It starts in media res like nothing's started in media res before. (In fact, though it's volume one it begins with issue four because . . . anyway, it's complicated.)

Love the Allred art---I think it's some of his best recent work. And Laura's colors are arguably her best to date. What she does with She-Hulk is just astonishing. And Quinones does the Allred style so well there was really no problem with aesthetic continuity.

Fraction seems to have tried to make this an exceedingly Allredian book---references to Mormon doctrines like eternal family and simply using the word madman seem to exist as much to please Mike's fans as to advance the plot. The political stuff about families is cute but borderline over-the-top.

I like the kid characters and wish there was more of them. Darla Deering similarly seems like she might be interesting but is still underdeveloped. I know that issue-based comics take time to get around to these things and it's a personal bias, wishing this had been a novel rather than a serialization. But I can't help the way I feel, dernit!

Anyway, overall, I see why people liked it. But I still wish I had started a few issues earlier. I feel a bit adrift even after finishing the whole book.
two evenings



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096) Blink by Malcolm Gladwell, finished September 17

It's sobering to consider how smart and how stupid our brains can simultaneously be. Gladwell's book focuses on the moments of insight we're capable of---and how we can be deceived either by misinterpreting/ignoring the moment, or by being insufficiently prepared when that moment happens. Gladwell's always worth a read. My thoughts are provoked in the direction of how to harness these capacities in myself.
perhaps as many as ten months



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095) The Story of Chester Lawrence by Nephi Anderson, finished September 8

This is my fourth Nephi Anderson book. My first, Added Upon, was enjoyable and insanely ambitious if ultimately not a great novel. My second was Dorian, a second-tier masterpiece. Piney Ridge Cottage was almost as good and probably has a better chance at being resurrected as a Mormon lit crowdpleaser.

The Story of Chester Lawrence is neither ambitious nor a masterpiece nor a crowdpleaser. It's not bad, don't misunderstand me. And it's an almost necessary sequel given that Chester's the liveliest character in PRC and his story is utterly in the air at the end of that book. And the story in this novel and head-crashingly bizarre and delightful while maintaining tidy parallels with PRC. No, the novel had every chance to be as successful as its predecessor. The problem is that Anderson reeeelly needed to do a rewrite. Or even finish writing the first draft. It feels like he is just trying to rush through his outline as quickly as he can and get to press. So there's some filler (once popular with novels) that read like a tourist's guide to Europe and entire vital scenes summed up by something inadequate like
Lucy did not understand exactly what he meant by the "inside," but she did not puzzle her head about it. She was happy to know that her father was so well and that Chester was speeding to her. The day promised to be fair, and the drive to the station would be delightful. She was looking out the window.
Incidentally, about those insane plot twists I mentioned, although they are crazy and will undoubtedly upset some readers, I found them ultimately reasonable and satisfying.

One last note: I read the free epub from Google Books which is imperfectly scanned. For instance:
the gospel but that his will says no There now gTQQ flight SjCSjCSjCSjCSjsSjCSjCSjC3jCS C
Looking back at the original scans, my primary advice to Google is learn how to scan asterisks. And my primary advice to people whose books will someday be scanned by Google is do not underline anything.

Oh! oh! One last thing:

One could argue that the final chapter is an epilogue . . . but not if THAT is the Chester Lawrence of the title and has been all along!!!!!

And I just blew your mind.
couple weeks maybe



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094) Calamity Jack by A Bevy of Hales, finished September 7

Having missed out on Comic Con, I decided to drown my sorrows in Mormon comics. On by bedside I have an unread issue of Blammo, the complete run of iZOMBIE, and this book. For whatever reason, I went this way.

I don't regret it. I enjoyed the first book and I've owned this one so long I can't remember where it came from. So it's good to finally off my side of the bed. I gave it to the Big O. He'll like it.

Like Rapunzel's Revenge, it's fun, it's exciting, it's got a strong female lead (although the secondary female lead makes one vital plotty decision that didn't quite ring true), and it's utterly cinematic. Good thing Tangled was a good movie or I would not be able to overcome my bitterness at its likely prevension of the eventual filmic adaptation of these books.

Anyway. Why should things have to become movies? Isn't this fun enough?
two days





Previously in 2013 . . . . :

2013-09-09

YouTube's automatic transcript of
my Comic Con performance is delightful.

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[see original]

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0:01 hello Salt Lake City Comicon
0:03 I apologize for not being here with you in person today but due to personal
0:07 failings as a human being
0:09 I managed to miss my flight and thanks to my
0:13 good sense and wine regions there is no forgiveness for me
0:18 but the bright side that's how they keep their fare so well I'm here today
0:22 because at this little book you see flashing up on the screen
0:25 a couple years ago Sunstar
0:29 asked me cue put together a
0:32 anthology comics it started because I wanted to write an article about
0:37 Mike Allred creator Matt Matt mormon fellow
0:40 and it led one thing led to another and result in this book
0:44 which resulted in me being there called
0:48 by a more than a number of people
0:51 fairly or unfairly so to the world's expert in water comics I don't know this
0:55 is entirely a term I agree there's certain things I
0:58 and certainly not expert at that time I come here because he's expert in the
1:01 Saints will get him in a moment
1:03 but I was invited to write for this book which came out
1:07 earlier this year last year depending on how you count mormons popular culture
1:12 this is a preference work for university libraries
1:14 and their read a comic CSP to write about comics and I think that's
1:17 particularly astonishing because there is no chapter in here
1:20 about poets and I don't know if you ever with the exception of science fiction
1:24 perhaps animation there is no
1:26 field in which more has been most smart successful recently
1:29 that poetry there's no contemporary composition another field in which many
1:33 Mormons have been extremely
1:34 successful but comics now sadly when
1:38 the book went to press must the orchestrations did not make it into the
1:42 book
1:42 with the exception of one that was stuck in a rut article sell beef
1:46 it's an introduction to the history of Mormons in comics
1:49 I am show you so negotiations the den make it into that spot
1:53 first this one you can see John hell
1:56 some credited with inventing the flapper fellow from Salt Lake City
2:01 wanted that New Yorkers first cartoonists here we see
2:06 Floyd Gottfredson who works on
2:09 Mickey Mouse's newspaper comics for a troll shop
2:13 ask 50 so years and his version a mickey it's
2:18 has a lot of a lot snap shall we say
2:22 registrado course great Silver Age comics artist
2:27 who wasn't just you know the inventor
2:31 Power Girl and this and that and the other but he also in mainstream comics
2:36 published by DC their popular
2:38 war and party series included stories about
2:42 the morning but I am and carrots which is what we see here
2:45 pretty pretty stellar and here's a better
2:49 something from Galen Tara who this is that this is an excerpt from what spot
2:53 bus incensed down she since gone on and just wanted you to a couple weeks ago
2:58 for art and just fine
3:01 here's a comment this post by the Church in the days when
3:04 really saved up enough to live into what I can be released say to you
3:08 yes you can read a comic book this is not
3:11 part up my article but I want to show you this because
3:15 this is a comic it was published by SF Weekly the all weekly here in sepsis
3:20 kept I'm actually
3:21 and across the bay near Berkeley because I didn't get on an airplane
3:25 I think I mention that but I like this one because my gosh
3:30 SF Weekly will publish stuff I and about Mormons
3:33 and you know what mormon comics it really rocked
3:36 that I admit that has nothing to do with anything a better person could make it
3:40 better than
3:40 I wanna pas now because the history of what Mormons
3:45 how then in comics is perhaps more I can see this amp brand and color
3:50 then anything else so go ahead and possibly at this point
3:55 mike is going to talk about debriefed the representation Martin's
3:59 over the years in comics special European Cups I think it's awesome
4:02 inside look into this
4:03 and when you press and play I'll be right here
4:08 so the sandstone comics issue
4:14 a huge success look at art work on the project
4:17 this is for a comic strip it never happened artists out a little
4:21 had done with Chris Heimerdinger
4:24 I it's cracked South here today you can correct me if I'm wrong but I believe
4:28 that the comic never actually happened
4:30 but which is okay because that means we got to use the art on the cover
4:34 our magazines Sao its perhaps best known for working on
4:39 DUP phantom air defense of course is a super hit and run a very very long time
4:45 is still immensely popular not so much in the states as abroad but
4:49 you know cells were gets around South also I kids kids
4:52 he's been working for a long time since the eighties and all sorts of different
4:54 things including
4:55 well I think it's the most in same thing ever and I was hoping to talk to me in
5:00 person about this but
5:02 I think I mention that I missed my flight look at this
5:05 comic strips based on wait for it
5:10 and HL mascots
5:13 professional hockey team mascots as superheroes
5:16 South a few days he did the Ranger that senator
5:20 the Red Queen that Cain
5:23 course other things out that back in the old days workers in the power-packed a
5:28 the marble comics
5:31 Newton team which like people rumor our morning because
5:36 County work you a t-shirt or something I've never actually seen that image by
5:39 some that such a I have seen it but I can't find it now
5:43 but what certainly choose the model has published more min here's
5:47 if you remember a few years back when and dis
5:51 in the Marvel Universe security it should be set up in every state
5:54 its mention that there's a good mornin superheroes in Utah
5:58 we've never seen them Marvel Comics which i think is a shame
6:02 course model that have another superheroes character
6:05 couple tickets before that and doctor deseret what you've never heard
6:08 doctor deseret but they never really came through this morning secures a new
6:12 topic
6:13 which inspired local kid local for you not for me
6:17 because I'm 9 Sep said ult Lake city today
6:21 Chris of men who's not I'm on himself but we made a comic about someone and
6:26 superheroes been in space in Salt Lake City
6:28 I was really looking forward to coming to comic-con finally running down to
6:31 copy the same
6:34 but I think you know I that's our aunts return to homes a college me to get back
6:38 to Mike Allred
6:39 who is the reason I originally contacted Sun stone in the first place
6:44 Mike and he is mad Men comics is created this bizarro
6:48 mormon Wonderland I mean look at this image but it's a mystery
6:52 imagine anything more wonderful anything more more and anything
6:55 absolutely more comic E and just crazy
6:59 my car it's great course these days he's
7:02 working on Fantastic Four it's important
7:05 this is good and actually consider this look at those colors his wife Laura
7:10 is many consider the most unfortunate
7:14 influential callers for generation she might work also everything together
7:20 he is brother Louie has been with them
7:23 %uh working on this project last sure so I P the exact details he recently did I
7:27 lobby before that but madman's work. that
7:30 matters were attacked go out in the form the week if you've never a bad
7:33 I some back issues make it happen if you remember Mike from the news a
7:38 I guess this is a decade ago now he was in the news because he quit ecstatic
7:42 send
7:42 other Marvel projects is working on and went off to just make a book a Mormon
7:46 comic
7:48 he got three issues that are three volumes I suppose it be four
7:52 he call that postpone for
7:55 again ten years but the idea before a consonant
7:59 went on for a long time I mean john told I'll be was publishing
8:02 bettman comics desert news like 10 years back in the fifties
8:05 and it seems like every Renaissance among comics
8:09 Houston people park officer to out right now to quite interesting the first
8:13 is I plates by Stephen Carr he does the words and chat with who is the
8:18 artist I picked this image because
8:21 a bit I that's a bit and I right there talking Aquino a
8:24 the thing I admire most about I plates is it Midrash
8:28 elements if you will were it takes care to sleep and I think
8:31 doesn't really make a lot of sense look orange he preaches
8:34 get kicked out he comes in this guy says hi I'm gonna die
8:37 and then gets killed right and it just as a character
8:41 I'm not talking about yeah the spiritual value him
8:44 but it scares you doesn't make a lot of sets but fiction can provide that
8:47 and the I placed a great job question not character
8:50 get on that's coming out right now and it's just a cup polishes and its
8:54 can t seem to judge what's going to go it's a cute animal version to bookmark
8:58 and that's the place in the top
9:00 the frog is Jeremiah the but scary looking guys lehman
9:04 its thing about Lehman you can tell your in the hands
9:08 a son who's going to make it interesting bookmark fiction it do something
9:11 interesting the claimant
9:12 the I was not interested in making lehman likable
9:16 or interesting he needed me unit Lehman and his personal history to get bad guy
9:19 and that's what you get
9:21 but that doesn't that doesn't cut it fiction one thing that a book or come
9:24 can do it springs catchers like
9:26 s about my comics look at the same doc this is Tyler Kirkham
9:30 he is here a pic on asking missus but also that these local so probably not
9:35 he we publish them just as he was signing with DC an exclusive contract
9:39 between
9:40 condoning impressed me more this is the angle between published
9:43 he's since gone on to work on I Green Lantern and various other fans
9:48 this next images any reader happy he would not be terribly happy with me
9:53 bench internal a smart cards custom
9:56 she doesn't like it when a chef Martin what I find her personal and
9:59 professional history
10:00 really interesting she started with it romantic manga asked sorry comic
10:04 what she saw her finish better recognition lots of fans has gone on to
10:08 work I'm really weird stuff such as
10:10 up you know that the Vertigo serious matters that i do.
10:14 I just I just love the stuff that she does and another DC artist
10:17 is Eaton Vance Khyber he's a very trust our cities he was put in charge
10:22 developing the new
10:24 Lantern Corps and singing and so forth I
10:27 he couldn't work on some some pain because he was under exclusive contract
10:31 he got it started exploding proxy just
10:33 it just never know where life will take you but and a reminder bills on my own
10:37 nerdy tendencies as it goes
10:41 Eaton's great but my favorite bands Kabir brother it's no advance geiger
10:46 here you see here's rendition editors a story which is a couple
10:50 and chapters and so far they've been published in his personal comp plan on
10:54 awesome sunset
10:55 and they're really great and they're really interesting take
11:00 but for my money the best comic I think I read in
11:03 it probably two years or so is no advance kuypers
11:07 hyper which is about the young Abraham Lincoln shortly after he comes to
11:10 Springfield
11:11 Springfield is dirty he has happy times he has sad times
11:15 it's about Lincoln's dealings with
11:19 signon being depressed he added you now
11:23 things were always great for he was not always the great American hero
11:27 other indie comic artist i think is keep an eye on our player stare at you
11:31 graduate of the remark starting school but now it is better known first
11:34 putting really weird movies on the big-screen
11:38 there in Salt Lake are FC here in salt lake but
11:42 sadly I'm not with you bursar come up
11:45 also any current I guess that's great I love any stuff and
11:50 she's the only artist I'm mentioning as far as I know
11:53 who has worked in the permanent collection at New York's MoMA
11:58 keep that in mind the says she misses you working on her public comments which
12:01 are just
12:03 insanely cute I honestly there
12:06 there they're really cute and may be able to keep my test
12:11 let's go to the web showing I'll one artist
12:14 are actually stuart is this but who worked for us with the fellas who do
12:17 rocket road trip dot com aidid
12:21 for panel comics com arms and monsters
12:24 they were pretty funny we'll get back to that title a second
12:28 there rocking her trip is about a monster
12:31 professional Monster Hunter killer guy
12:36 a naturally his son ex-friend at the sake which little awkward but snap
12:41 it's good stuff it's good stuff cook
12:45 that the reason why the title at their stress that the divers and some are
12:48 wants a Masters is fine
12:49 is because shortly after that the press my way Morse to do an anthology called
12:53 what monsters and more that's what you were trying to get a few not
12:57 gotten this book you must get if I had known that I was going to be a comic-con
13:03 wait a sec if I had known that
13:06 if I were yeah if I know not with an advance notice that can be called
13:11 and that actually come to Comicon we really what about a bit because
13:14 you guys need to see monsters apartments its
13:17 I in an apology and includes two cocks the first by Steve Morison
13:22 to my spices parvin the one that is angered the most people like which I
13:26 really did not seek any
13:27 I mean you make an anthology called monsters and Mormons you're gonna run
13:30 possible others but not expect steve more sense
13:33 story morning call and upset people so badly in it
13:36 Jenna Smith makes a column an importer rockwell
13:39 support iraq was a column in a story he of course is
13:44 meant to protect the Saints ON governor box here
13:47 issues extermination order all mormons must be kept at a Missouri or killed
13:52 well call on gets to work it's terrific story
13:56 I like it a lot you should you should find it
14:00 the other comics very well as by Gail entire mention earlier just
14:04 and her first you go and was written by John army a friend of hers
14:09 this one takes place in a steampunk alternate history world
14:13 the nation deseret run by Joseph Smith who was not kill the Carthage
14:17 he said ans harass mass this fellow with four wives
14:21 I each have a different race and they they're going to Japan
14:24 to you see you open up negotiations nation a death threat
14:29 and and the show then search and a crime to get together it's not go well as you
14:32 can see
14:33 when you're attacked by ninja monkeys you know you're in trouble
14:37 they eventually end up fighting zombies in the climax in the book
14:40 is not blood-splattered Latin this you've read
14:45 in a while and it is really fantastic and it ends at the sort of I'm
14:49 unsettling suggestion on what it might mean to be part of a hierarchical
14:55 society
14:56 answer because my mind that this is the this is not the one that that angers
14:59 people it's it's St Martin's College
15:01 bit better upsets people just in never can predict these things can
15:05 it back to web comics I you're probably familiar with
15:09 super cell inspectors on it's a good one
15:12 it's a family comedy Mormon family dad always worse puede
15:16 brother secretly super your sisters secretly a supervillain they don't
15:19 realize their arch enemies
15:21 the the whole super European isn't very doesn't quite frequently
15:25 and be web version of the story it's down just her
15:29 family kayak however he too has release comic books
15:32 which focus on that relationship there are other people affection as an example
15:36 who are doing specifically Mark are a certain number of them they vary a lot
15:39 of quality
15:40 he's one of my paper authors i spose in this sense
15:44 up this is a great strip very
15:48 not not well known at all drink water and tailored I think it's really funny
15:51 there
15:51 artist Jacobs cute something to check out a copy purcell
15:56 it's down a couple really long form contracts a minute ago has 10 supreme
16:00 manga romances stuff
16:05 lick Perkins better-known locally your local not mine
16:09 I believe you actually are going papers are right anywhere he personally in the
16:12 newspapers
16:13 and he has cooties online but of course that we're talking a web comics
16:17 and if we're talking about more minutes the person we have to talk about is how
16:20 r Taylor
16:21 we have to talk about schlock mercenary if I were there percent said the video
16:25 to your playlist and say this is probably why I would have to pause for
16:28 people say a
16:30 but I'm not there and the video rolls on
16:33 this is his first rap this is one for the past week
16:37 you compare them I admire Howard so much besides the fact that he's been doing
16:41 this over 10 years he has not missed a single day
16:44 he has been working on his craft and you know he has a stock you goes to prove it
16:49 he's pretty impressive is also want a featured guest said this
16:54 special guests whatever they're called at comic-con this week he shared run by
16:58 his table and say how did you
17:00 giving my best since I will not be able to myself sense I am an idiot and
17:04 despair client right
17:05 forgive me if i am. seem focused something I'm not ask if you're pretty
17:09 I'm asking for your spite
17:10 and I encourage you to send angry emails on my inability to capture
17:13 I'm next artist also progress numbers web stuff this is
17:17 a in a picture and he made for the sense an article he also doesn't for the
17:20 friend the church's
17:21 magazine for charter this is from his
17:25 here's up online Web strip laugh-out-loud cats which I highly
17:29 recommend his
17:30 may be best known for their has the latest geofeed I
17:33 a plaid or kids t-shirts
17:37 at the other monarchs we can absolutely not forget of course is Ryan Ottley has
17:41 been working on invincible for a while now string2
17:44 blood splatter fun fast you look at this one have
17:47 spider-man venom Utley has GE
17:50 capacity for unpleasantness
17:54 other mcfarlane but he's funny see up comics we have sex and violence like
17:58 we've always had it
17:59 but it's also kinda hilarious I mean see bearing group apparently shark
18:04 if you've not read this it is just so gory
18:08 and really funny balanced canewell Sat is what he is all about
18:14 recently I just a few months ago in the ribbons were handed out
18:17 brian Kinney crane received one bank rate of course
18:21 creator pickles find most popular comic strips for almost 20 years now
18:25 great stripped other mormon
18:28 found strip is travel which percent not respond out that just keeps plodding
18:32 along
18:33 here's another one gotta get your panel comics in the newspaper
18:38 and but that's what I want to talk about friend I mention the friend second-guess
18:42 a plaid use
18:43 is palaces and a friend Sal has published in the friend
18:46 and however made to cover this also the doctor to friends pratt's here you may
18:51 remember right here if you're
18:53 my age or older as the delegates I per back in the 90s
18:56 Cyprus on comics like same bone that was proving that indie comics were going to
19:01 be something new and interesting comments were changing the direction is
19:04 moving
19:04 Saxons will remember to some its peers from that era
19:07 but it's a real awareness holds up
19:11 it's worth checking out you can fight nowadays brad is working on a
19:13 subterranean
19:14 a comic strip are a comic book that he's released on Kindle on up through other
19:18 electronic
19:19 means hits in his classic scratchboard style to
19:23 super your pain it's worth checking out and one more friend are so what about
19:26 its
19:27 Shana many Kawasaki if you're if you grow up like me
19:31 with a friend China many Kawasaki heard Ryan's look like your child
19:35 because she defined childhood I think for probably trigger generations a
19:39 monster
19:40 the in i watchin know about Shana money Kawasaki
19:44 is that she's not just come on let's she's always cute that never stops
19:47 but about ten years ago she had a show at it the problem is am
19:52 it was amazing it was just as cute as in class she did but it was monsters and
19:56 they're also for find it disgusting and stirring
19:59 she's awesome I wish we would see more 10 but for cats before its last are
20:04 sought a crop
20:05 repulse our bench came out a few years ago Shana Shannon Hale
20:08 and her has been really bad ion chief courses
20:12 the author of the book that Auslan is based on it ended up inspiring a sequel
20:17 and they are artist Nate and hell no relation has gone on to a series of
20:20 books about weird gains in American history like
20:23 of things really like the Donner Party this particular one I chose because it's
20:26 about a felony Nathan Hale
20:27 his namesake male to Canada now
20:31 so wonderful anyway last are somewhat talk about
20:34 this panel is from sandstone you remember the story of course up boy
20:38 walking down the beach
20:39 trying their starfish back home and said what are you doing that you can
20:43 miles the beach other surface can possibly make a difference is it makes a
20:47 difference to dissuade
20:49 and throws him into the ocean Jake recreate that
20:52 as you can see here but young man don't you realize that there are miles and
20:57 miles a moon and there's
20:58 astronauts all over it but a little Aaron keeps throwing the astronauts
21:01 backed earth
21:02 it makes a difference if this one it is very very funny
21:06 I only Eve no I take that back I was going to say that he threw up on my tits
21:10 not anymore
21:11 its and a collection though and her boy and other stories
21:14 worth your time a check might be best known from the house which is published
21:18 by Scholastic
21:19 and for reasons I cannot understand did not become a massive breakthrough hit
21:24 but I will tell you this I'm absolutely convinced that the next massive break
21:28 circuit you hear about
21:30 it's going to be space cop recently renamed skoal chaser
21:33 Jake does not make it out besides a few sketches this character yet but I've
21:36 never seen a character attract as much attention
21:39 as this kid it's the skull chaser fellow
21:43 I don't know much about him other than he looks awesome in that every artist
21:46 the season wants you six or seven persons at the router
21:49 watch for Jake Parker scored chasers been expecting I'm very confident this
21:54 and not just among college but in comics
21:57 texted her back there am which is why I'm letting him be the one to write
22:01 be and now if gods are smiling upon us
22:05 I will be able to speak with you magically through the wires if you have
22:09 any questions
22:10 Micah course is also able to take questions and I'm comments complaints
22:15 things I obviously left out that upset you terribly
22:18 got

2013-09-04

Of two minds on One Story’s new graphic release

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Since nothing in One Story's submission guidelines suggests that they accept comics, I'm assuming they contacted Matt Madden, leading to the publication of his short story "Drawn Onward." Although I'm not terribly familiar with Madden's work as a creator, I am quite familiar with his work with Jessica Abel in series-editing the Best American Comics series. I have, as a whole, been very happy with those volumes (I own them all) and think they've been, overall, a pretty great success and a fabulous introduction to comics for those who may still be on the outside.

That said, I'm disappointed with this story.

Comics seem to be passing through a stage of growth in which everything must be "experimental" (scare quotes my own) In the case of "Drawn Onward," the story, like the title, is a palindrome. Which is clever and enjoyable but seems to exist primarily to show off to the uninitiated what comics can do. The words and pictures are in service to the gimmick rather than in service to a story. Sometimes gimmicks can be great; sometimes they can make a story fly to greater heights. But comics are getting over-reliant on the gimmick. (Which is why it was so refreshing to read Noah Van Sciver's The Hypo---it was straightforward storytelling, no gimmicks. And few books in the last couple years are a better example of comics' unique power)

I believe in celebrating what makes comics unique and valuable as an artform, but I don't think cramming as many clever things into a comic as possible is the best way to do that.

Now, don't get me wrong, the clever things Madden does with, say, panels in "Drawn Onward" are smart and effective. But they don't help the story arrive in my soul. It's virtuosity for virtuosity's sake. And it might impress neophytes and get them to rethink their philistinian thoughts on comics, but it won't give them something new to feel.

Anyway. I hope they publish more comics. Maybe even mention it in their submission guidelines? I would love for One Story to find a new voice I've never heard before who speaks with clarity and simplicity and honesty. That would be great.

2013-09-03

The Movies of 2013*: One-paragraph reviews
*second third only
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In theaters:
The Great Gatsby (2013): This movie was just not as cool as Romeo + Juliet or Moulin Rouge. This is a grave disappointment. The music was jazzier than I expected but not jazzy enough. The emotional action was stella; not everyone was as good at being cool, though. The visuals were too digital---the car scenes were too much like a video game to be emotionally involving. In the end, the movie took too dang long to find its feet. Once the party was over it got much stronger, but the best I can say is I liked it; good movie.

The Dark Knight Rises (2012): Prepare to be impressed. Even though we missed this movie last summer, we just saw it in theaters having almost no idea what was going to happen. It was a pretty good movie though probably the weakest of the three. Still. Mostly solid stuff. A few complaints, but hey---it's all over now. Let's not complain.

R.I.P.D. (2013): I was hoping for the second coming of Men in Black. Instead I got a stupidfest. What a disappointment. A couple clever set pieces does not a screenplay make. Jeff Daniels does not a screenplay save. We can't blame the actors on this one. This is 100% script failure. Watch the trailer. It's waaaay better.

This Is the End (2013): To get the stink of RIPD out of our minds, we turned right back around and bought more movie tickets. The only thing starting we had the least bit interest in was this. (Blame Terry Gross.) And it was really really funny. So much better than I'd expected. But I cannot in good conscioius recommend it to you. I'm not sure I've ever seen a movie with so much---how to put this delicately---penis in it. But I will say that it was a great pleasure to jump and scream at a screen knowing a huge laugh was following a millisecond behind. But perhaps I should also add that Lady Steed is worried about nightmares tonight. So there is (may be) that.

Monsters University (2013): All I almost dared to hope for was an emotional impact that the original film delivered in its final moment. While this one couldn't reach those heights (what movie can?), it did tear me up in the opening sequence and had some great moments throughout. Sure, I have some issues with it (mostly sequelish problems), but the movie is undoubtedly a success. Good work, Pixar.

Pacific Rim (2013): The flick is well made enough that it's easy to forget its inherent dumbness (until it forces you to confront it by bringing up dinosaurs or making us wonder why they didn't think of swords earlier). That said, as giant-robots-fighting-giant-monsters movies go, it's the best I've ever seen. And while the movie is overfilled with interchangeable square-jawed blond guys, the bulk of the casting was excellent. Probably, in fact, the film's greatest strength was its casting. Plus, the song in the closing credits was just what I would have loved fifteen years ago---because of the girl, not the rapper, though props to him for dropping John Donne references in a kaiju movie.


At home:
Bellflower (2011): Not often I want to see a movie because of it's genesis, but a fellow who writes, produces, directs, stars in, and builds the cameras and flamethrower? Interesting. I don't really quite know what to make of the film after just one viewing, but it's certainly cool and it certainly has something to say. But what is it saying? No idea. Something about modern masculinity? Anyway, sure did feature a lot of alcohol. Like: so much. I hope this aimless hedonism isn't an accurate description of us.

Snatch (2000): Geez. Two crazy violent movies in a row? Whoops. So this movie wasn't quite what I'd hoped but about what I'd expected. Brad Pitt is great. Benicio Del Toro was too but died awful fast. In all, I just can't enjoy these movies about the violence in the seedy underbelly of ye society anymore. Even when it's supercool and stylized. Just ain't my thing. Also, I didn't think the cool was quite as successful as it's been in, say, Ocean's 11. Soderbergh learned well from Ritchie and improved upon him, it would seem.

NausicaƤ of the Valley of the Wind (1984): No, it's not as epic/mythic as the manga. Fewer characters, fewer nations, fewer cultures, fewer religions, fewer battles, less intrigue, less myth. Just less. If ever there were a time to whip out "the book was better" then this is it. Of course, Miyazaki set out to make an unfilmable epic when he started NausicaƤ. So congrats, Miyazaki! You did it! All that said, it's still an enjoyable movie and still pretty epic. I would like to see the twelve-hour version though . . . .

Amour (2012): Holy smokes. How to write about this movie in a single paragraph? I've never seen a movie like this that made such excellent use of the static. Film is usually such a dynamic medium; this film relies on long shots, usually with a still camera. Nothing but incidental soundtrack (which is remarkable given the importance of music to its characters. In case you haven't heard, its the story of an elderly French couple as the wife dies. The actress was highly lauded for her frankly astonishing portrayal of the dying woman, but the actor who plays her husband is no whit less impressive. In fact, you might argue he's more impressive. He has to age greatly during the movie all the while standing next to a woman who is wasting away before us, in long static silence. And the shots aren't just long and still. They are beautifully composed and shot. I resented the subtitles because they prevented me from gazing at every perfect detail. This is as designed as a Wes Anderson movie, but much more understated and grounded in realism. One final note to those who felt the most remarkable thing about this film was its misanthropy: How in the world can a film that digs into the experience of death as most of us will experience it be less moral than Superman killing a couple hundred thousand people to find himself?

This Is 40 (2012): This was our first Judd Apatow movie (though we have seen all of Freaks and Geeks) and although it failed to blow us away, it did not disappoint. We laughed, we cried, we saw ourselves, we saw all our favorite famous people. That's what was advertised, right?

Safety Not Guaranteed (2012): My expectations were a bit confused for this film, but I liked it about as much as I like Aubrey Plaza and Jake Johnson, even if I'm still unsure what to do with the ending. At least they went for it, I suppose. At least they went for it.

Looper (2012): An astonishingly good movie. Layers of moral and emotional complexity. So few right answers or clear heroes yet balanced with a character agency that's pretty dang unusual. One of the smartest movies I've seen in a while. I felt respected by this movie.

The Graduate (1967): First time seeing it. And boy did I have the plot all wrong. Like: completely. I had the order all wrong. The biggest complement I have to give the film is Nichols's composition. The second is that for as many times as this story has been told since, this is still the best one I've seen. Even if it doesn't have any flamethrowers.

50/50 (2011): Great movie. I had pretty high expectations, but they weren't this high. I mean: cancer comedy---how good can it be? I had not idea whether Joseph Gordon-Levett would survive, but I was sure he would be good. Every movie we've seen that adult him's been in has been good. He can pick 'em. And he brings a quality to movies ala---the closest comparison I can think of is Matt Damon. He's got It. Whatever It is.

The Kids Are All Right (2010): Even with the affair being much more awful than I'd imagined it, the message of family and forgiveness survived. And while no one probably doubted that Julianne Moore and Annette Bening would nail being the parents, having only seen Mia Wasikowska in Tim Burton's crappy Alice, she was quite the discovery. That girl is amazing. Now I regret missing the new Jane Eyre all the more. Back to the movie though, loved the naturalistic dialogue and easy reality of the family. Well made picture.

Star Wars (1977): I had thought the original versions were not on DVD and so I borrowed some DVDs to finally watch the movies with my kids---machete style. So I borrowed episodes II through VI and today I pulled out the borrowed DVDs only to discover these 2006 editions, in fact, include the original theatrical releases. Granted, the transfers are intentionally bad, but I put it in to just watch the first couple scenes and it wasn't unwatchable so me and the kids just did it old school. Which means I still haven't seen the special edition. (I was on my mission when they were released theatrically and the mission president said no. Just never got around to it. Never even saw Guido shoot first until watching The People Vs George Lucas last year---and when I did I was shocked to discover that the people's upset was as justified as it was large.) Sure, the 1977 film has aged, but my kids didn't mind. I still may pop in the special edition to see the extra Jabba scene, but the movie's fine, George. The movie is fine.

The Empire Strikes Back (1980): [Note: Although it's arguable this was ALWAYS titled Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, to distinguish it from the special edition which I may also watch this third, I'm giving it the shorter title.] Stuck with the original theatrical version and holy smokes, what a movie. When I was a kid, I liked Return of the Jedi best in a near tie with the original Star Wars. And yes, I was a huge Ewok nerd. Ask me what I was for Halloween in 1983. I've always secretly believed that people say they like Empire best simply because it's Darker or Adult or Darker or whatever. But watching this the same day as the first film, I have to say I found this one superior. I found it much more emotionally moving as well as simply more exciting. But stopping here and going back to watch episodes II and III next is killing me. I don't want a cliffhanger and flashback! I want to see what happens next!

Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (1997): So I didn't like the Phantom Menace-esque physical humor in Mos Eisley and the Jabba scene was pointless. I was okay with about half of the extra "cool stuff" shots and I thought putting the meeting-Biggs scene back in added more than it detracted, and it was nice to see James Earl Jones get a credit. And, yes, having just watched the crummy print, this was waaaay cleaner. And I may be unfairly biased (aka old)---my son after all kept complimenting this version's explosions---but I like the original cut better.

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002): When Lady Steed and I left the theater after this film, I was so disgusted I could barely spit. Rewatching it now, its sins seem less egregious. In fact, over all, not so bad. Hayden Christensen is as annoying as Harry Potter 5 and the age difference in our romantic leads is hard to get over (skipping Episode I should've helped this, but I'm still stuck on it---even if Wookieepiedia says they're only about five years apart). I enjoyed watching it. And Yoda vs Dooku is still crazy exciting. The other thing that's sticking out to me this time is, even with their faults, the films---new ones inclusive---do interesting things with echos and motifs and historical allusions and repetition, etc. Sure, sometimes it's clumsy, but that doesn't make it uninteresting. A rewrite or two, some tighter direction and editing---these really could've been something.

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005): Another movie I only saw once and in theaters. That time I thought it was the best of the new trilogy but I was so exhausted by the whole thing that I had no drive to see it again. Seeing it now, eight years later? Hey! It's a pretty good movie! I'm not about to call it one of the pinnacles of Western civ, but good stuff. Nice tragedy. Nice use of Roman history. Nice warning against any old democracy that might be getting a bit too comfortable. And just killer action and set pieces too. All in all a bit loose and unevenly acted at times, but a good movie.

Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (1983): Unquestionably my favorite Star Wars movie when I was a kid. Perhaps because I saw it in theaters. Perhaps because of the contrasts between heros and villains. Perhaps because Ewoks. Anyway, my kids seemed done with Star Wars at this point; the older two missed most of the movie. Too scary or something. Whatever. I've reevaluated my opinions of RotJ the last ten years, but watching it now---even in special-edition form---I'm back to liking it quite a lot. But the ending should have been recut. FIRST a bit of the Ewok party. THEN the funeral pyre. Then nothing else. No Jedis returning to smile at Luke. Be quieter, more ambiguous, more open with the ending. That would have been better.

Monsters, Inc. (2001): Still one of my favorites. This is the film that proved to me that Pixar was for real. That final shot! That's amazing digital acting. And I'll bet Donald Kaufman approves of that chase scene.


Elsewhere:
Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009): I may've seen this movie more times than any other this decade---probably over a dozen---and it never loses its charm. Exquisite animation, sharp writing, you name it.

Cinderella (1950): Even though it's possible I haven't seen this movie in twenty years and even though I was only vaguely watching it, I still like it. Disney movies, at their best, are, let's face it, pretty darn good.

The Happening (2008): Although I missed the first half hour or so, the film's been on my mind enough (and Lady Steed and I have discussed it enough) that I feel like including it on this list. First, yes, it's crap. Second, I DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHAT PEOPLE SEE IN MARK WAHLBERG. EVERY MOVIE I HAVE SEEN HIM IN IS UTTER CRAP. Second, although The Birds is far from my favorite Hitchcock film, it still did a much better job than this movie with a similar conceit. Largely because it didn't fall to overexplaining. Third, although the conceit has its problems, it has plenty potential. Shame a better movie wasn't made to accompany it. It could have been the sort of movie that makes you buy a gas mask and afraid to go outside. And I've been needing a new gas mask.

Mr. Baseball (1992): Mash your classic fish-out-of-water story with your typical old-sports-guy tale and you get Mr. Baseball. Which isn't to say it's just a bunch of cliches (though throwing in the theme-mirroring romantic story certainly was). Actually, it's a pretty decent flick. Selleck is a pretty charismatic guy. He makes the movie, to be sure.