There Exists a Single Recording of John Darnielle Singing “I Hope the People Who Did You Wrong Have Trouble Sleeping at Night” Where His Slight Prayer for Justice is Not Immediately Answered by an Eruption of Joy.

It is the closest thing to blasphemy I know. Agnostic on my best days, these feet have only crossed the threshold of a church for weddings and funerals, save twice: a high school study group for my AP chemistry final and Sunday mass with a girl who eventually saw something… Read more »

M. Dean’s Strange Magic is Spellbinding

M. Dean has a commitment to a line that feels both precise and uncertain, not unlike Katie Skelly. Both cartoonists also work in the woefully underused magazine size, separating them from contemporaries operating in much smaller formats, but it takes just a quick look at the color and tone of… Read more »