Sufficiently Remarkable

Webcomics Wednesday: Canon?

In print comics, there's a number of works that might be described as canon. That is, the comics that pretty much everyone agrees are worth reading and studying. Not necessarily because they're great (though...
Star Wars Wedding

Fanthropology: Geek Relationships

Part of the whole point of fandom is to connect with other people. I mean, sure, it's great you love your favorite thing, but being able to share that love with someone else is amazing. Whether that's a...
The Dinosaur Project

Fanthropology: Source Details

I caught two movies this weekend that, despite having seemingly nothing in common, are worth discussing today. The first was The Dinosaur Project from 2012. It's basically an updated version of Arthur Conan...
Playstation

Wednesday Webcomics: Scalability

Have you noticed how your bigger comic publishers don't do webcomics? You don't see Marvel or DC doing webcomics. Some of the smaller publishers like Oni and First Second do them. Even Dark Horse, in a way,...
Star Trek TNG

Fanthropology: Fan vs. Identity

I didn't start watching Star Trek: The Next Generation until season four. I had seen enough of the original series, which had already been cancelled and running in syndication by the time I was born, that...