Category Archives: Comics

April 4, 1968

1: 2: This happened, in the United States of America, just forty years ago. Take a look at this excellent comic book, a piece of historical fiction, called Incognegro, by Mat Johnson and Warren Pleece. It’s about a lot of things, including our country’s forgotten history of lynching. The story takes place in the 1930s, […]

Here’s a little math problem fer ya!

((social ineptitude + juvenile rage)*your mom’s basement) + Internet connection == feldspathic blog Perry Bible Fellowship + (sexiness * humor)^raw talent == ReiBred

When in the course of human events…

…it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, Feldspar will be busy, quoth the GZA, “[throwing his] shitty draws in […]

For shame, Feldspar, for shame!

You can’t lay it at my feet, Feldspar! You did this! This is the real world, not your mom’s basement, and whatever happens now… it’s on your head! Whatever. Forget it. Forget I said anything. The Perry Bible Fellowship can explain this whole thing far more eloquently with pictures than I can with words:

The Feldspar blog is a hotbed of liberal bias!

And they don’t know a thing about Perry Bible Fellowship. Those Ralph Nader-loving super hippies better go back to their moms’ basements and keep at work perfecting their devilish plan for a bizarre, godless fusion of pottery and macrame (pacramettery?) and stop flooding the entire Internet with all that wussy blood gushing from their pansy, […]

Who is “Garfield?”

Check this webcomic that just started coming out. Man, I gotta say, it’s probably the single most moving piece of sequential art I’ve ever read. Sort of takes that Chris Ware-style hyper isolation and awkwardness, but—as a statement on the stultifying mundanity of modern life—strips away all of the formal experimentation and reduces it to […]