The World’s Mightiest Girl rides a butterfly, fuck you if you don’t like it.
harsh but fair
One of a handful of images reproduced in Jim Steranko’s unfinished History of Comics that left an indelible impression on my young mind and which means I will always have more automatic affection for even the worst of Golden Age comics than for anything that came after.
this is such an amazing image—-midway between Aubrey Beardsley & Edward Burne-Jones and Henry Darger
A playlist of all the Momus Bowie covers to be featured in the Dybbuk Momie show at Cafe Oto. Features: Uncle Arthur, Conversation Piece, Letter to Hermione, The Bewlay Brothers, Life on Mars, Lady Grinning Soul, Candidate, Be My Wife, Joe The Lion, Fantastic Voyage, African Night Flight, DJ, Ashes To Ashes, The Drowned Girl, Where Are We Now? and Love Is Lost.
Successful revolution is dead easy. All you need is a Vicki.
Jill and I have posited that this scene, and particularly Maureen O’Brien’s delivery of the line “revolution!” is basically just Lettie’s internal monologue. That and “all that I see is mine!” Which is deployed, to be clear, not with triumph so much as with a sort of reckless haste as her explanation for why she has just done something.