Mickey’s repressed characteristics had returned… in a deformed (duckbilled) fashion!
Beatnik gives us anti-highbrow Beat-ness without the exaltation.
(6 in a series of 15)
How best to convey the pathos and tragedy of the Ex-Ex-Human Condition?
Mickey had become a cash cow. (5 in a series of 15)
The unmentionable boogeyman is hermeneutic vertigo.
"He is the voice and personification of the weltschmerz to the sophisticate." (4 in a series of 15)
For captive and captor alike, there is no escape.
"Too much whimsy and fantasy are objectionable.” (3 in a series of 15)
Cinema irrupts into the TV space.
Propaganda of the most dramatic and welcome kind.
Marlowe wanders the aisles of a supermarket at night.
Down in front!
A 1999 interview with Daniel Clowes, about Ghost World.