Tag: 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…


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 where my head was at ar certain times, which when someone in the future, interested Read more…


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. They also had print on demand customisable items, like laptop bags and other things. Some 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…


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 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…


                                          There are some books where it is the ending that blows you away, and there are other books where Read more…