I really liked this movie; it rolled along nicely. I liked the way that it built from current social media in a believable evolution, with
After Ghost In The Shell, I will admit that I was a little bit nervous about watching T2 Trainspotting, but for me it worked really well.
I wanted so much from this movie, and don’t shoot me for saying this, but I was willing to set aside the white-washing, which is
I can’t wait to see this – if this Doctor Who spin off is as of high quality as the latest series of Doctor Who,
I love this series. Before I got into it I had heard a lot about it, and as is often the way, I avoid things
I didn’t dislike Season 8, in fact there were many great things about. The thing is – it felt patchy; inconsistent – like they didn’t
Paul Duffield, the great artist that worked on Warren Ellis’s Freakangels is working on this great new project, which you should go and check out.
I haven’t, for a while. It got sidelined. Much stuff did. But this place was useful for me – and it provided a catalogue of
Disney was a surprise, and hipster Mickey by Jerrod Maruyama was something really cool from the gallery of original art in the center of World Of Disney.
This wasn’t one of the best Batman stories I have read – it was shackled too much to the source material, and by that I