Michael Patrick Rogers’ The Lady is a remarkable approach at dealing with depression and anxiety. May be triggering?More?
Let’s have a chat about Steven Universe.More?
Matt Fraction and David Aja work perfectly together in this irreverent Hawkeye.More?
A review of The Madding Crowd by The Dirt Tracks for Soundsphere magazine.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?
Important: There are spoilers-aplenty. I originally tried to write this without any but found it far too difficult for an in-depth review and analysis, so here are we are. First off: I am a huge fan of Batman and have … More?
This is the article version of my dissertation about women and video games.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).
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?
Sin Titulo is a rare kind of graphic novel, a mad combination of noir thriller, Lovecraftian myth and Matrix-style philosophy.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?
My favourites from the Thought Bubble anthology.More?
A dystopian, female-led action comic.More?
The epic mythos of The Wicked and The Divine will have you enchanted.More?
A fantastic comic book sequel to the epic movie Pacific Rim.More?
The talented Bryan Talbot chats to me about his career and comics!More?
I’ve been having great fun with Death To Stock Photo’s writing prompts on Medium. This was a response to the “Safe Space” prompt.More?
Francesco Francavilla’s pulp comic success.More?
The diary of Mrs Samsa, partly in haiku form – because.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?