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PODCASTS: Mirrors Season 1

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PODCASTS: Mirrors Season 1

REVIEW: Reel Love

My first steps into popular culture were made through movies. Blowing up the second Death Star. The Scarlet Buccaneer‘s pirate ship. That deeply disturbing Italian horror sci fi movie from the 1970s which I was clearly too young to watch and had clearly been put on Saturday morning on ITV by someone who either wanted

REVIEW: Reel Love

FUCK YEAH BOOKS!: Rosewater

As opening lines go ‘I’m at the Integrity Bank job for 40 minutes before the anxieties kick in’ is right up there with ‘The sky was the colour of a TV tuned to a dead channel.’ However, where Neuromancer now plays like a quaint, and honestly rather optimistic, view of the future, Rosewater has much more complicated things to

FUCK YEAH BOOKS!: Rosewater

REVIEW: Brexit: The Uncivil War

It’s crass to open with the idea that Brexit: The Uncivil War needs to be looked at from two different angles but that doesn’t make it any less true. This is a dramatic presentation of events we’re living in the immediate aftermath of and as a result I’ve had to look at it as two

REVIEW: Brexit: The Uncivil War

REVIEW: Hot Dog and Mustard

Marc Jackson’s work is a frequent flier in these parts and for good reason. His art has exuberant, fizzy energy to it, his comedic timing is spot on and there are few comic creators better at knowing exactly how long a story needs to be. His latest, Hot Dog and Mustard, is available now and

REVIEW: Hot Dog and Mustard

Review: The Thirteenth Doctor Issue 1

The 13th Doctor’s first season has been a sprint, exuberantly running headlong not just at the show’s future but at new ways to deal with its past. I’ve rarely had this much fun solving the puzzle the show presents itself as. That puzzle has rarely, if every been so compassionate, inclusive and open-hearted. ‘Demons of

Review: The Thirteenth Doctor Issue 1

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