'Investigating Lois Lane' Is as Smart as, Well, Lois Lane Herself

'Investigating Lois Lane' Is as Smart as, Well, Lois Lane Herself

By Gregory L. Reece

Tim Hanley's book is a compelling read that reveals the ways in which Lois Lane has reflected cultural assumptions about gender. 5 May 2016 // 8:30 AM

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//Recent Reviews

10 Feb 2006 // 12:00 AM

The Pink Panther

Jean Reno gets the prize for infinite patience, as he maintains an admirable serenity amid the frenzy, perhaps especially when clobbering Clouseau.

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Rollie Pemberton, writer, turns into Cadence Weapon, rapper, for an album as two-faced as the man behind it.

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10 Feb 2006 // 12:00 AM

Back after a 40-year hiatus, early musique concrète pioneer returns with a three part collection of eerily manipulated shortwave radio noise, of which this is the second part.

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10 Feb 2006 // 12:00 AM

Moreau: Nova Scotia

Have you ever wondered what it's like to use an entire stick of butter on one piece of toast? Moreau explore this delicacy and others on their latest.

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Various: I am the Resurrection

The transfiguration of John Fahey from a folk guitarist into the pantheon of great American composers, delivered through interpretations of his work by a group of oddball independent artists like himself.

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Th’ Legendary Shack*Shakers: Pandelirium

On album number three, the Shakers show no signs of slowing down, but some kudzu is starting to grow on their cartoony Southern goth shtick

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Long-forgotten 1970s singer-songwriter, excavated from obscurity by reissues label, deserves a second (or first, really) look.

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Luke Doucet: Broken (And Other Rogue States)

It's still a real shame that absurdly talented writers and performers like Luke Doucet are condemned to fly well below the popular radar.

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	Sasha & Digweed: Delta Heavy [DVD]

If there's one thing this DVD -- and the success of the Delta Heavy tour in general -- proves, it is that the audience for electronic music in America is there.

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9 Feb 2006 // 1:00 AM

Calla

If music were colored, your band would be black...

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Getting Social with 'Dark Souls III'

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"If I invade and murder you, it’s for your own good. I swear.

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