First published on One&Other, available here – http://www.oneandother.com/articles/why-i-love-york-jenny-mugridge/ When I’m asked why I moved to York for university, I always say the same thing – that as soon as I stepped out of the incredible train station to see flowers … More?
Things I loved about the Doctor Who Christmas special The Snowmen.More?
Michael Patrick Rogers’ The Lady is a remarkable approach at dealing with depression and anxiety. May be triggering?More?
Yaaaaaaay Thought Bubble!More?
Ghostface Killah’s stunning foray into comics – for adults!More?
Francesco Francavilla’s pulp comic success.More?
My favourite time of the year…Thought Bubble!More?
A suitably immature continuation of Tank Girl.More?
Fight Club, among other masculinist texts of the 1990s such as American Psycho, expresses the discomfort of white, heterosexual men in today’s society which values material possession over spiritual wealth and brand names over individual identity.More?
First published in Cut Out + Keep’s Snippets – thanks to Cat and Tom for letting me post it here too! Original article – http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/snippets/issue21/ghost-hunt Awarded the prestigious title of “most haunted city in England” by the GRFI (Ghost … More?
A graphic novel marriage of philosophy and architecture.More?
A Thought Bubble interview with the creator of Punk Rock Jesus, Sean Gordon Murphy.More?
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?
Oh, Thought Bubble. Highlight of my social calendar, pinnacle of the annual comic world. It’s gotten bigger each year but managed to maintain its charm. Despite only managing a day of this year’s convention, I had an incredible time and … More?
I love Adventure Time. So, so much.More?
Greg Rucka writes another incredible woman in Stumptown.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).
My look at Riot Grrrl, the music scene that helped shape feminism.More?
A challenge, but definitely worth it.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?