Stan Lee presided over a world of superheroes, but his collaborators and readers sustained his vision—and his characters outlasted it. To give a full account of Stan Lee, as Abraham Riesman sets out to do in a new biography, “True Believer” (Crown), is to contend not just with his presence in popular culture (the smilingContinue reading “Who Really Created The Marvel Universe?”
The current issue of The New Yorker magazine has published David Sedaris’ latest short story, A Modest Proposal. London is five hours ahead of Washington, D.C., except when it comes to gay marriage. In that case, it’s two years and five hours ahead,… Read it HERE.
The New Yorker’s March 9, 2015 issue features a new short story by Stephen King called “A Death” and you can read it right now on their website. Here is a synopsis of the tale: “A Death is about the murder of a young girl and the man suspected of killing her. Set in theContinue reading “Read Stephen King’s New Short Story, “A Death” From The New Yorker”
The July 8th and 15th cover of The New Yorker features an illustration titled “Moment of Joy” that depicts Sesame Street characters Bert and Ernie cuddling in front of a TV showing the Supreme Court of the United States. Artist Jack Hunter — who made the illustration in response to this week’s Supreme Court rulingContinue reading “Latest Cover of ‘The New Yorker’ Features Bert & Ernie Cuddling in Response to DOMA News”