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We sit down with Paul Pope, the Battling Boy cartoonist at one of his favorite New York City haunts to discuss just mythology, filmmaking, giant robots and superhero archetypes.
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We reviewed Dungelot, a game that's a mix of Sword of Fargoal, Dungeon Raid, Minesweeper, and an advent calendar.
We talked to HATE cartoonist Peter Bagge about his latest book, a graphic novel biography of the reproductive rights activist Margaret Sanger, called Woman Rebel.
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Boing Boing's own Dean Putney has made some of your favorite things on the Internet. His latest: a book of photographs his great-grandfather took before World War I, and in the trenches as a German soldier.
YOU ARE NOT SO SMART 011
Is your state of mind from one situation to the next drastically altered by the state in which you live? According to cultural psychologists, yes it is.
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Cartoonist Farel Dalrymple work includes Pop Gun War, illustrating Jonathan Letham's Omega the Unknown, the webcomic It Will All Hurt , and the newly released Delusional.
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Dilbert creator Scott Adams is not only a world-famous cartoonist, he's also a world-class failure.
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After a former Uber engineer detailed her account of sexual harassment while working there for about a year, New York Times reporter Mike Isaac dug into the story and got the goods. His exposé describes an amoral Ayn Randian meritocracy filled with aggressive jerks, in which one could absolutely imagine impunity for sexual harassment being […]
Not since the Reagan era cold war with Russia has apocalyptic awareness been so forefront in the public’s mind. Disturbing incidents ranging from nuclear football Facebook selfies to alarming North Korean military activity now accrue weekly. Sometimes hourly. What can one do besides scroll through Twitter before bedtime and let the news populate our nightmares? […]
Bob Marley and the Wailers, 1973. The full live set is below, recorded in-studio for the BBC.
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