Wednesday, 10 August, 2022

Category: comicsphere


    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…


I love John Smith – I think the first thing by him that I ever read was Indigo Prime. I have enjoyed Devlin Waugh. I loved Revere. There is something in his writing that is akin to Grant Morrison, something Read more…


Ed Brubaker is one of those surefooted writers who you know you can rely on to deliver a perfectly paced, character-driven piece of writing. This is something I find pretty impressive when I consider the different genres that I have Read more…


This looks really cool. I like that sometimes intuition draws you back to a place you haven’t looked at in a while, and when you get there you find you turned up at just the right moment. Disenchanted is following Read more…


I enjoyed this immensely. I am glad that Battling Boy is coming close on its heels, because this whets the appetite. Pope is like none other when it comes to generating a kinetic breakneck speed of narrative, where you find Read more…


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…


Warren Ellis turned me on to Brandon Graham through his Royal Boiler site and from there I started to explore and track down as much of his work as I could find. King City was my first love, but I Read more…


Described by it’s creator, David Wynne: “Particle Fiction is a monthly, 16 page, black and white webcomic – if that’s a difficult concept to get, just think of it as an indy comic book that just happens to be distributed Read more…