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?
Sin Titulo is a rare kind of graphic novel, a mad combination of noir thriller, Lovecraftian myth and Matrix-style philosophy.More?
The fantastic Pretty in Punk craft book, reviewed.More?
Greg Rucka’s Batwoman is my absolute favourite!More?
Menton3 + Steve Niles = utterly amazing comics.More?
Francesco Francavilla’s pulp comic success.More?
A dystopian, female-led action comic.More?
Infinity Overhead, Minus The Bears beautiful ode to growing up.More?
My guest edited edition of the fantastic Snippets. My chosen theme was fandom, and the whole thing is just great!More?
An interview with the creator ofMore?
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?
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?
Ghostface Killah’s stunning foray into comics – for adults!More?
My look at Riot Grrrl, the music scene that helped shape feminism.More?
Michael Patrick Rogers’ The Lady is a remarkable approach at dealing with depression and anxiety. May be triggering?More?
The epic mythos of The Wicked and The Divine will have you enchanted.More?
Come with me now on a journey through time and space – to the world of Mar Del Plata.More?
An interview with the Urban Cheesecraft company. I also got to try out one of their kits!More?
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?
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?