Call for Music Writers... Rock, Indie, Hip-hop, R&B, Electronic, Americana, Metal, World and More

Comics
Janelle Asselin, Rosy Press and the Reinvention of the Ordinary
Sometimes once in a rare while someone with a single idea disrupts an entire industry. Veteran Editor Janelle Asselin's Rosy Press might just be that idea for this generation. [27.Mar.15]
'Convergence' and 'Secret War' Get to the Heart of the Matter
In the lead up to the release of Convergence and Secret War, we explore why these comicbook stories matter to you, no matter what the publishers' say. [26.Mar.15]
In Gotham The Kids Are Alright, Day Two
By Tyler Edwards
By incorporating genres as diverse as Harry Potter, Dan Brown and Van Helsing, Gotham Academy #5 is as close to perfect as you can get. [25.Mar.15]
In Gotham the Kids Are Alright, Day One
By Tyler Edwards
It’s when publishers create titles outside the hype of their most recognizable heroes that writers and artists are able take risks that can lead to some of the most innovative and original comic books available. This is where Gotham Academy comes in. [24.Mar.15]
Revealing Strengths and Vulnerabilities
Superman reveals his identity and spends a day without his powers, but he still finds a way to be a heroic ideal. [23.Mar.15]
Reviews
By Tyler Edwards
By incorporating genres as diverse as Harry Potter, Dan Brown and Van Helsing, Gotham Academy #5 is as close to perfect as you can get. [25.Mar.15]
By Tyler Edwards
It’s when publishers create titles outside the hype of their most recognizable heroes that writers and artists are able take risks that can lead to some of the most innovative and original comic books available. This is where Gotham Academy comes in. [24.Mar.15]
Superman reveals his identity and spends a day without his powers, but he still finds a way to be a heroic ideal. [23.Mar.15]
By Tyler Edwards
Spider-Woman #5 is a master class in art and is what seems like the beginning of a fantastic story, set at street level, which is exactly what this character needs. [18.Mar.15]
In Howard the Duck #1, Zdarsky and Quinones get the most important things right. They get Howard right. [17.Mar.15]
Emma Frost teaches Jean Grey a few important lessons in unorthodox ways that feel oddly fitting. [16.Mar.15]
Arkham Manor #5 brings the series to its Batman-heavy, ass-kicking climax. [11.Mar.15]
Neverboy is a tight little story that begs to be read twice. [10.Mar.15]
News
By Andrew A. Smith
Agent Carter, the recently ended miniseries starring Captain America’s wartime sweetheart as an espionage agent in 1946, gave us a number of connections to the present-day Marvel movie and TV universe. [09.Mar.15]
Features
Sometimes once in a rare while someone with a single idea disrupts an entire industry. Veteran Editor Janelle Asselin's Rosy Press might just be that idea for this generation. [27.Mar.15]
In the lead up to the release of Convergence and Secret War, we explore why these comicbook stories matter to you, no matter what the publishers' say. [26.Mar.15]
Smashing the hubris of grand space opera against the neonoir of political investigative journalism, it’s only a matter of time until we make the leap to Shakespeare. [20.Mar.15]
In Suiciders, series creator Lee Bermejo gives us an elegant drama of transitions, and in doing this offers perhaps the most innovative mediation on LA itself. [18.Mar.15]
Columns
Worlds in Panels
Comics covers may not always reflect what's inside, but it's difficult to see covers as distinct from the books they adorn. [06.Mar.15]
Wit Attitude
Questioning cartoons, satire, and the role of the media after the Charlie Hebdo assassinations. [25.Feb.15]
Clearly Canadian
As the debate rages over Charlie Hebdo’s controversial cartoons, Art Spiegelman offers sage advice on cartoons and free speech. [15.Feb.15]
Re:Print
Jill Lepore's hit new book on Wonder Woman sheds light not only on the astonishing origins of this iconic character, but also on the fascinating social and political strands of history which gave rise to her. [05.Feb.15]
Now on PopMatters
Announcements
PM Picks

© 1999-2015 PopMatters.com. All rights reserved.
PopMatters.com™ and PopMatters™ are trademarks
of PopMatters Media, Inc.

PopMatters is wholly independently owned and operated.