Archive for August, 2006
In lieu of the sketches of delicious cheeses I was going to offer up today, or some drawings of Polaroids (how extraordrinarily shameless post-90’s meta-narcissicistic can you get: I am drawing pictures of photographs I took of myself), and because lists are the ultimately form of do-nothingness, I’m just going to talk about the music I have been jumping up and down to for the past six months: My favorite things.
Ahoy, comic-law fans! It’s time for a new installment of “Law & Comics,” wherein we examine the legal world through the eyes of the best thing in the world, comics. This isn’t intended as nit-picking, but to provide a richer background (or somtimes, needed explanation) for the stories.
I love comics so much, but like other media, the results can be confusing and just plain wrong when wandering into the legal world. Scott at Polite Dissent does an fantastic job of looking at the medical snafus of comics, and inspired by his work, I wanted to look at a recent comic that often has legal overtones—She-Hulk.