Chabon on Superhero Costumes

The newest issue of The New Yorker contains an essay by Michael Chabon examining superhero costumes.

“Now the time has come to propose, or confront, a fundamental truth: like the being who wears it, the superhero costume is, by definition, an impossible object,” he writes. “It cannot exist.”

To read the entire essay, click here.

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