Tag: book


001. Kill All Normies: Online Culture Wars from 4chan and Tumblr to Trump and the Alt-Right 002. Burn Site In Bloom 003. Mouth Baby 004. A Land Called Tarot 005. Saga Vol 7 006. Injection Vol 3 007. Doom Patrol Read more…


I suppose that recognising something of yourself in a character is nothing new … In fact I know it’s not, and the degree to which the writer / artist pulls you into the heart of that magic can be the Read more…


It’s usually a writer that pulls me into a comic, and I think that could be because pretty art is great up to a point, but if there is no meat to the story it’s going to suck. I have Read more…


Do you ever get given a book and wonder what the fuck good is it going to do you to read it? I looked at the cover and I figured they had made it somewhat muted to detract from the Read more…


For a long time I had this weird idea that if I had read a book that I was never going to read it again, because I had all the data in my head and it would serve no purpose Read more…


If Warren Ellis doesn’t qualify as an experimental writer then I am not sure who does. But perhaps that term is reserved for those who push to the point of abstraction where it becomes hard to follow the writer up Read more…


I just read this great short story by Warren Ellis, and then got to watch this video explaining the thinking behind it. Go check it out. http://boingboing.net/2013/07/29/warren-ellis-lich-house.html


2000ad was one of those things that shaped my whole sensibility. Before I read a science fiction book or knew what dystopian really was, 2000ad had been warping my mind and giving me dark thoughts about stories I wanted to Read more…


I am not sure I quite got what I was expecting when I ordered this. I love Brandon Graham and this is kind of like his website – a little scattershot, charming, and full of humour. It is definitely something Read more…


I loved ‘And The Ass Saw The Angel’ and I generally have loved everything that Nick Cave touches – he keeps it interesting and new, and doesn’t often repeat himself. This is a very different novel to his debut, which Read more…