A suitably immature continuation of Tank Girl.More?
A challenge, but definitely worth it.More?
This is the article version of my dissertation about women and video games.More?
My look at Riot Grrrl, the music scene that helped shape feminism.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?
The diary of Mrs Samsa, partly in haiku form – because.More?
Ghostface Killah’s stunning foray into comics – for adults!More?
I talked with Scott C, artist of adorable comics and metal video games.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?
The talented Bryan Talbot chats to me about his career and comics!More?
Francesco Francavilla’s pulp comic success.More?
A gothic fairytale dripping with magic and horror.More?
Monocyte, the album from Saltillo.More?
The graphic novel Monocyte, crafted by Kasra Ghanbari and Menton3.More?
A review of The Madding Crowd by The Dirt Tracks for Soundsphere magazine.More?
Things I loved about the Doctor Who Christmas special The Snowmen.More?
Butcher Baker the Righteous Maker is not the kind of graphic novel that might immediately hold your attention from the shelf. In its plain blue covering and red marker scrawlings of the title it looks like a homemade piece at … More?