Visually a Space Western, tonally a spiritual end-of-days scenario, and a politically-charged alternate history of the United States – it’s East of WestMore?
The new Wonder Woman film had a huge challenge in front of it: pleasing both the feminists who were pushing for equal representation in superhero movies, as well as the misogynist action-lovers who assumed that a female superhero could never work as an action film. Despite the films’ faults – exacerbated by the disproportionate amount of scrutiny under which it fell – it performed admirably on both fronts.More?
You started out busking after quitting your day job. Is this true? Do you remember what you were thinking when you decided to make such a change? What kind of job did you have before? I’ve had a lot of … More?
Monocyte, the album from Saltillo.More?
Following up from East of West in the post-apocalyptic theme, this week I read The Massive, Brian Wood’s newest end of the world saga. Nothing about this is religious however; The Massive is concerned by the environmental damage we are … More?
This is not an original idea whatsoever – I have seen it done at least in Doctor Who and Avatar, and I’m sure many more. It’s like a dream place for book lovers! I was thinking about it one night … More?
So, this is going to be difficult. I don’t like talking about myself, especially in any kind of public way, but I felt that my lengthy absence from writing warranted some form of explanation – even if just to myself. … More?
I met Darryl McDaniels of Run DMC and Darryl Makes Comics, and thank god I got more for it than this awkward photo.More?
A dystopian, female-led action comic.More?
Seeing your teenage favourite band live is a pretty overwhelming experience; even more so when mortality hangs over the group so acutely. This is what I had to make of it.More?
Till Lindemann joins Peter Tägtgren of PAIN and Hypocrisy for a bizzarely perverse English-language album.
Warning: This review would probably be considered NSFW (depending on your W).
Edogawa Rampo’s incredible book of hedonism brought to life in this graphic novel.More?
She was my second love, after scotch. When you’re alone so long you get used to it; eventually you forget what you’re supposed to be missing out on. You adapt. Learn to thrive. Learn to wear your lonliness like a scarf. Whisky helps.More?
A suitably immature continuation of Tank Girl.More?
A graphic novel marriage of philosophy and architecture.More?
Infinity Overhead, Minus The Bears beautiful ode to growing up.More?
The talented Bryan Talbot chats to me about his career and comics!More?
Greg Rucka writes another incredible woman in Stumptown.More?
If you’e into disturbing body horror from Japan, you may want to take a look at this.More?
Strip-tease queen Catherine D’Lish spills the beans on her glamorous life.More?