Junji Ito, master of horror manga, has a clear whimsical side. It comes through in everything he does, no matter how horrific the subject matter – the hideous hopping of Jack’s corpse in Uzumaki is the epitome of the man’s ability to balance fear and hilarity. This particular talent of his is more evident than ever in his short manga story, Junji Ito’s Cat Diary.More?
The epic mythos of The Wicked and The Divine will have you enchanted.More?
Seconds is a philosophical fairytale from the mind that brought you Scott Pilgrim, weaving together elements of science fiction with folk tale in a quirky and delightful story.More?
Edogawa Rampo’s incredible book of hedonism brought to life in this graphic novel.More?
Firefly lives on in comic book form!More?
If you’e into disturbing body horror from Japan, you may want to take a look at this.More?
My favourite post-apocalyptic cartoon Adventure Time gets made into a comic, and I go nuts.More?
A graphic novel marriage of philosophy and architecture.More?
Sin Titulo is a rare kind of graphic novel, a mad combination of noir thriller, Lovecraftian myth and Matrix-style philosophy.More?
A dystopian, female-led action comic.More?
A fantastic comic book sequel to the epic movie Pacific Rim.More?
I love Adventure Time. So, so much.More?
A suitably immature continuation of Tank Girl.More?
A challenge, but definitely worth it.More?
Ghostface Killah’s stunning foray into comics – for adults!More?
Jupiter’s Legacy tells the story of Depression-era superheroes who have fought the best of the fights, and led their children into a completely different world, in a career they never asked for.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?
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 graphic novel collection of the fantastic Hawkeye seriesMore?
Francesco Francavilla’s pulp comic success.More?