Kieron Gillen

Sunday Moment of Zen: Thunderbolt

Kieron Gillen‘s work is always worth your time, endlessly clever, effortlessly humane and fizzing with precision tooled joy. This panel, from the fourth issue of his run on Peter Cannon, Thunderbolt, is not just a beautiful subversion of ‘comics about comics’ but also a multi-level guest appearance, words to live by and? This week’s Moment […]

Sunday Moment of Zen: Thunderbolt

Sunday Moment of Zen: Phonogram

All of it. Every single issue of this three issue, gloriously odd, gloriously normal series about music, magic and everything in between. Ostensibly about phonomancer David Kohl it’s the story of British music, British magic and the people who orbit both. It’s funny and tragic, dark and ridiculous. It’s everything you’ve ever felt listening music and

Sunday Moment of Zen: Phonogram

Review: God is Dead Volume 1

  God Is Dead has exactly the sort of deliciously chewy premise that Jonathan Hickman and Mike Costa known for. It’s the story of what happens when every single God in human history is revealed to not only be real but returns to Earth. All at once. Today. Hickman and Costa’s story follows two principle

Review: God is Dead Volume 1

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