Random Stream of Nauseousness: My Name by Brandon Clarke

About a month ago I had noticed through my website analytics that there had been a fair amount of traffic generated from the search query "brandon & james clark". I had initially thought nothing of it simply because my name isn't particularly original or unique. But as time passed the traffic increased -- and so did my curiosity. Read More

You Should Read: "S.O.S." by Meathaus by Brandon Clarke

Meathaus Sets The Bar With "S.O.S."

This anthology restored my faith in comic books.

I had been struggling with my twenty-plus year on-again, off-again love affair with comic books. It seemed as if it was going to be one of those things I loved to hate. For every halfway decent book I'd read and enjoy, there'd be thirty "Earth-shattering" event books marketed and released by major publishers that would make me hate the entire industry.  

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Offensive Yet Still Appropriate: George Carlin by Brandon Clarke

George Carlin Is More Relevant Than Ever

What would George Carlin have to say today?

George Carlin, "dirty word" comedian, counter-culture icon and social critic, died on June 23, 2008 at the age of 71.  But like all great minds, his words and ideas live on -- almost becoming more applicable as time passes. I often think, whenever I hear something particularly insane happening in American culture, What would Carlin say about this?

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