These are the things I've written that are tagged "fandom"

Tom Spurgeon on Comic-Con 2012

There are important thoughts and rumination, here, I think. A few choice pull-quotes: comics at its worst adopts a consumer’s myopia where everything is colored by whether or not one’s own appetites are being met, and how, and to what extent. and The central dilemma of writing about something like San Diego Con is that […]

Lost Garden on Video Game Heroes and Fandom

The article is games-specific, but I find that it applies to any creative media: Games, film, music, web development. Many points and questions worth digesting, especially the central question: Are the games you have fandom for WORTH your time and love? Much of modern fandom is mired in what appears, to me, to be an […]

Who Sent The Sentinels?

Andrew Rilstone takes a long look at fandom, comics, WATCHMEN, Idea Space, adaptations, and much more. It’s a PDF, and for some reason there is no HTML version, but it is completely worth it. This guy is good.

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