The Pop Mythologist

The Pop Mythologist
The Pop Mythologist is the founder and editor of PopMythology.com. He has been a staff writer for the nationally distributed magazine KoreAm , the online journal of pop culture criticism Pop Matters and has written freelance for various other publications and websites.

PREVIEW: ‘Little Victories,’ a graphic memoir about a dad and his autistic son

Les Petites Victoires was a Canadian graphic memoir, originally published in French, by comics writer and artist Yvon Roy. It is about Roy’s real-life experiences following his son’s diagnosis of autism. Now Titan Comics, through its Statix Press imprint (which is dedicated to reprinting high-quality European comics in English), will …

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Creatures from myth that live inside your home

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Household creatures and beings have long been worshiped, and stories about how they can help or hinder everyday life passed down through the generations. Nobody has ever seen them though, so our imaginations run wild picturing them around the home. We love these creative illustrations by Climadoor that depict what these …

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Steve Ditko, Spider-Man, and how fighting for others makes us stronger (literally)

In tribute to the work and legacy of Steve Ditko, Pop Mythology style, let us look closely at on one of the best sequences that Ditko ever created for his greatest character, Spider-Man, which is also one of the greatest moments in comics period. And let us mine it for the Hero Wisdom it offers us.

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