Patrick Wilson Rides Sex and Comics to Stardom, and Other Highlights From This Week’s New York

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You can't rush my stimulus, baby. Photo: Clay Enos. Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures/TM & DC Comics

In this week's issue of New York, David Amsden talks to Watchmen star Patrick Wilson. Dan Kois examines the process by which Watchmen's creators turned Vancouver into New York. Christopher Irving lists some of New York's comic landmarks. Kois asks some comic-world luminaries to name their favorite New York–based series and graphic novels. Box Office Poison creator Alex Robinson gives six highlights of his life in Comic City. David Edelstein reviews Watchmen. Jerry Saltz reviews MoMA's Kippenberger retrospective. Katie Charles raps with Angela Lansbury about her influences. Jesse Oxfeld asks John Cullum how he performs two Broadway shows per night. David Browne talks with Brooklyn's Defibulators. Boris Kachka interviews Lowboy author John Wray. Emily Nussbaum reviews Starz's Head Case and Party Down.