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“Kevin Church: Irredeemable #1 - The opening salvo from Mark Waid's "And Then One Day, Superman Had Enough" series for BOOM! is all mood and ominous rumbling with some distinctly traditional art by Peter Krause that sells the whole thing better than I would have thought possible in the current post-postmodern superhero landscape.”
“As a young Mexican-American author, Hernandez is both on intimate terms with and alienated from the city, a kinetic point of view that reveals to us a post-postmodern place that is melancholy and loving, frightening, and inspiring—this most indispensable city of ghosts and the forever young.”
“The Louisiana Purchase is a sterling exemplar of what post-postmodern verse can do in the twenty-first century.”
“And something post-modern writers and post-postmodern writers get snotty about for no good reason if you ever call them on it.”
“Whatever the outcome in this particular situation, in the long run we need to get to a saner and more humane politics -- a post-postmodern politics.”
“The inclusive, so called progressive Liberals are so uninformed and the young first time voters are so much a part of the post-postmodern in the moment no absolutes therefore no ethics/moral code or values that they just go for the love affair with the lying charismatic of the moment!”
“But had to stop reading when I encountered the words "Derrida" and "rigorous criticism" -- a non sequitur in my post-postmodern mind -- in the same sentence.”
“But that's not the post-postmodern way of doing things any ...”
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“But that's not the post-postmodern way of doing things anymore; in the age of hyper-spectacle, one puts it right out there in a manner reminiscent of what's known as "hiding in plain sight.”
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