Category: writing


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 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 obviously problematic, but now I am not sure if I should have taken that as 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…


Watching the film isn’t exactly what I would call a pleasure trip – it was a sad sad journey. The acting was brilliant and the movie was unflinching, and this was my experience for the longest time of this story. 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


I watched the film, Fincher’s film, before I got to read this, and it is also then, perhaps obvious that I managed to avoid the hype surrounding it. I had read an article about Larsson and the situation that his 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…