David tries to find the humanity and profundity in the commonplace. He writes on a variety of topics.
Two children, a girl and a boy, hold hands. The boy wears a cowboy hat and a bandana tied around his neck. In front of them is a tall chain-link fence. A few yards farther away, there is another...
Forget a deeper postmodern critique of the superhero as a reconstruction of masculine language systems. I want to know how Superman doesn’t kill people when he hits them.
After nearly a decade of writing Spider-Man, creator Stan Lee decided to inject Peter Parker with a dose of maturity in Amazing Spider-Man No. 100.