Category: science fiction


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…


Directed by: M Night Shyamalan. Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Zooey Deschanel, John Leguizamo. Rated: R. Running Time: 91 Mins. This is a short film but by the end of it I felt robbed of every second I wasted on it. I Read more…


There is something that struck me about Gibson, reading this latest novel, and that was a quality of his prose that I had not noticed before. The scenes that he presents are like those slides of specimens that scientists use Read more…


Last week the gun was fired — this week the projectiles hit their target. You know what the first thought was that popped into my head? Too damned easy. And a full on frontal assault against a group like the Read more…


Meet Emma Verne. Emma is a spunky, street-smart girl who lives aboard the spacefaring airship city Ursae. Raised by her foster parents Lord and Lady Beauvolt, Emma has developed a knack for creating mischief about the city – both helpful Read more…


Today was an important episode. It had that feeling. Alice has finally been installed as Kirk’s assistant on the watchtower and has been given some clue as to what she is looking for — though the sense that some information Read more…


I can’t remember where I saw this — maybe it was that arch egotist Jim Morrison who gave me the idea — but in an effort to get to know myself and elucidate some upon my new books, I am Read more…


It’s kind of weird, I woke up expecting an interlude for Freakangels and that was exactly what I got. A chance to read back through stuff and re-cap. It’s such an easy read, and who can begrudge Ellis and Duffield Read more…


Dan Dare was one of the first comics that I ever read and it was the version from the fifties that I knew best. Anyone who came on board this enterprise expecting to get a straight take on that Dan Read more…


I don’t know what the hell Grant Morrison does with his comics but it feels like my head is being rewired every time I read one of them. This comic intersects with The Invisibles at important levels, intersects with Zenith, Read more…