October 2018

REVIEW: Nigel Kneale’s The Road

Nigel Kneale is the quiet, grumpy titan that strides across the background of contemporary British genre fiction. The creator of Quatermass, Kneale’s work is angry, literate and passionately invested in the human condition while remaining totally aware of the damage we do ourselves. If you’ve never read, or heard, him before then you’ve read or

REVIEW: Nigel Kneale’s The Road

Happy War of the Worlds Day!

Late in the game I know, but here’s everyone’s favorite magician, con expert, film director (Those may be the same job three times) and planet-sized Transformer, the one, the only, Mr Orson Welles and The Mercury Theatre of The Air. Thanks, folks. Without you, there’d be no us.  [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzC3Fg_rRJM] When you’ve listened to that,

Happy War of the Worlds Day!

PRESS RELEASE: A Wave Blue World offers Free Comics to Supporters of Mark Waid’s Legal Fund

Matt Miner is one of those people, and creators, I’ll cross the street for. His work is grounded, smart, funny as Hell, angrier than you can articulate and always comes from a burning desire to tell good stories and either educate people, make them feel better or both of the above. It’s no surprise at

PRESS RELEASE: A Wave Blue World offers Free Comics to Supporters of Mark Waid’s Legal Fund

REVIEW: Apollo

There are some stories that need no introduction, but that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be told. Apollo 11 is one of them and, in this new graphic novel from the always impressive Self-Made Hero, Matt Fitch, Chris Baker and Mike Collins explore the personal voyages of the three men on the mission through the lens

REVIEW: Apollo

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