What in the world inspired Marvel to put out yet ANOTHER book in the X-Men line, let alone another ongoing title to compete with their other three ongoing titles?
Perhaps deep down, we are part-monster ourselves, atypical and strange and unfit for this puzzle of life society has shut us up in, and yet, that isn’t that exactly what makes us so human after all?
I have to commend [Sean Gordon Murphy] for taking on the challenge of humanizing the Joker, because holy hell, that tiny phrase alone doesn't compute.
There is something inherent, if perhaps unspoken, about the lives lived by those whose ancestry is marked by oppression, systematic termination, subjugation or blatant racism. I talk with my friend Jake about 'Maus' and its legacy.
It's quite a thought, isn't it? To feel you've been duped by your faith, taken advantage of by those who know you've placed great trust in them.
WARNING: MATURE THEMES Some films are difficult to watch twice, and not for poor quality or execution.