Brennanator Breakfast Briefing – How SUSAN happened!

Every Wednesday on this blog I’m going to take y’all through how a project I worked on came together.  I’ve been very fortunate that both my […]

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Jokes and Outrage

This weekend, Saturday Night Live writer Leslie Jones came under fire for her racially charged monologue on Weekend Update.  Her inspired monologue about the ways her life […]

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BRENNANATOR BREAKFAST BRIEFING, EPISODE ONE: Run, Jeb, Run!

Welcome to the first part of what’s sure to be a long-running, problem-solving, world-unifying series on this blog, the BRENNANATOR BREAKFAST BRIEFING! I saw the Broadway […]

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Some thoughts on Free Comic Book Day

Comic fans celebrated Free Comic Book Day today.  I’ve been fortunate enough to work on some Free Comic Book Day offerings in my career — in […]

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Super Heroes

I’ve been working the past few days on a post about super hero movies, what the word “hero” should mean, and how it should define that […]

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Oklahoma, Osama, the death penalty and me.

Regarding tonight’s upsetting news out of Oklahoma, I couldn’t help but reflect a bit on my, to steal a word from the President, evolving view of […]

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Diversity ain’t just an Old, old wooden ship from the Civil War era, or why I love Brooklyn 99

I’ve spent the past three weeks on an aggressive fact finding mission.  My location? Hulu, Netflix and Amazon Prime, mostly, although some fine folks on YouTube […]

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Rape, comic books and why your words matter.

Last week, my friend Janelle Asselin ended up the subject of some incredibly vile attacks, and I feel compelled to speak out about it. I’ll preface […]

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The Michael DiRoma Moment of the year

On March 3rd, 2006, Michael DiRoma, my best friend since childhood, died in a car accident while driving home for spring break from the Rochester Institute […]

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Call me Liam Neeson because that joke was TAKEN!

About four years ago, I was at a party with some friends — nothing too formal, just a bunch of friends hanging out, playing games, watching […]

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