40th Street Black is Tom Spurgeon, former QVC employee and failed Protestant minister. As a critic and editor, he was once a very small fish in the rapidly leaking inflatable kiddie pool that is American comic books. He lives in Seattle, the city of cloudy skies, camera-friendly street riots, and readily available contract labor. The day Mr. Spurgeon's past catches up with him will be one really boring day.

 


This Is Joe Franklin Reminding You To Buckle Up

Defending James Lipton
Tomorrow's Superwriters Today
Marley's Boast
Unshakeable
Long Live Rock
The Family Business is Business
The Basket Case
Standing Oration
The Whys of Tammy Faye
George Washington Lost Here
The Importance of Being Average
Kiss My Grits
Time Out!
Wheee! The People
Metaphoria
All the Summer's a Stage
Pass the Mustard, Please, Sister Sunshine Daisy-Hat
Bring Out Yer Dead
The Friends of Eddie Murphy
Last Man Standing
RU4ME or 8GNSTME?
Revolting Acts
Faux Film Festival Awards
Sinners in the Hands of a Fickle Market
A Day at the Races