Renaissance magic and superheroes

Here’s another chapter of the little unpublished book / long essay I wrote in 2008, called Everything Is Full of Gods, about the connection between comics, animation, and magic / animism. The intro chapter is here. In this chapter, I talk about Renaissance magic, and how it influenced contemporary comic culture.

The Magus

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Author of Philosophy for Life and other books. Honorary fellow, Centre for the History of the Emotions. www.philosophyforlife.org.

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Jules Evans

Jules Evans

Author of Philosophy for Life and other books. Honorary fellow, Centre for the History of the Emotions. www.philosophyforlife.org.

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