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Jonathan Ross reviews Craig Yoe‘s Secret Identity: The Fetish Art of Superman’s Co-creator Joe Shuster: “Never, as far as I know (and I know more than most adult males would admit to knowing about such cherished juvenilia), never in either an ‘Imaginary Story’ or while under the influence of red kryptonite did Superman seek out and enjoy a damn good thrashing at the hands of a perfectly turned out old-school dominatrix.” + Suicide Girls interview Bob Fingerman: “Think The Road, only funny. Not a lot of laughs in Cormac McCarthy in general. Although who knows, he might be a real cut-up if you actually get to meet him.” + At CBR, Chris Staros talks Alan Moore‘s Century 1910 [reviewed here on 3:AM] + ‘Totally Tintin‘, the Economist on the Hergé museum & the BBC report from the venue + The Mr. Men as superheroes (or vice versa) (h/t @brunobatista) + In Bookforum‘s ‘Fiction Forward’, a bunch of graphic novelists illustrate a story [Chris Ware, Dash Shaw, Lauren Weinstein, Gabrielle Bell] + May’s Words Without Borders is a Japanese special & includes an excerpt from Yoshihiro Tatsumi‘s A Drifting Life.

First posted: Friday, May 29th, 2009.

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