While the social media giant wraps itself in the banner of free expression and political speech, it serves more as a scrim to hide its continued spread of political disinformation to tens of millions of voters in advance of the 2020 elections.
An analysis of a recurring media phenomenon.
Guest writer Rebecca M. Townsend paints an unsettling context for recent actions surrounding Poland’s 80th annual WWII commemoration.
The Kryptonopolis Bugle takes a long, hard look at what heroes can and cannot be described as a “superhero”.
Wikipedia thinks nipples are art. Tumblr is afraid to look.
Running afoul of Facebook’s community guidelines by using a built-in Facebook feature.
The Kryptonopolis Bugle documents a historic moment in comicdom: the midnight release of Action Comics #1000!
Adam talks about one of his favorite books.
Adam heads to Destiny City Comics for the fourth Tacomapocalypse zombie art show.
Adam recaps an epic New Year’s Eve spent at Tacoma’s First Night festival.