Monday, 06 December, 2021

Category: comics


shipwreck by warren ellis

I was sold on the book from the first image I saw of it. I buy and read pretty much everything Warren Ellis writes, so I would have found it anyway, and I subscribe to his letter, which is an Read more…


    I hadn’t watched a subtitled film in a while (strange because I used to watch them all the time) but this film captured me very quickly. Animation kind of slides serious matters in under your defences, and like Maus and Where Read more…


With some stories it is the art that arrives with you first; with some it is the words – neither of these is a bad thing, they just speak of different techniques perhaps, but with Invisible Inc from Brendan McGinley Read more…


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As one man how different can each of your works be? If you are writing genre fiction, no matter what genre, aren’t the tropes of said genre going to effect the eventual product whether you are playing against the conventions Read more…


I’m not sure if the release of a new Batman film will have a knock on effect as far as comic books goes — it may bring Batman to the forefront of people’s minds as they are in their local Read more…


It’s really nice to be surrounded by creative people, and Whitechapel, the community that Warren Ellis has built around his webcomic Freakangels is a real hive of creativity. I first became aware of Ian Gil through a thread that gave Read more…


I absolutely love this series. It never hits a wrong note and there is no fat on it whatsoever — from the first story onwards it hits the ground running and it makes you run alongside it. You know as Read more…