Category Archives: Comics

BUFFY SEASON 8: NOW WITH 20% MORE SUBMARINES [REVIEW]

When Joss Whedon said “I’d rather make a show one hundred people need to see, than a show that one thousand people want to see” I believed him. I was pretty into Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Some could argue too … Continue reading

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LETTING GOTHAM BURN: SUCH A BAD THING?

As one of the founders of a new pop culture blog, I’ve been doing a lot of reading through comics to ensure that I can hold my own when confronted with the convention crowd. There’s no way I want to … Continue reading

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THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VERTIGO COMICS AND YOUR MUM

  There are two types of people in this world. Those who know about DC comics and your mum. Out of the first type, there are those who are aware of the soul-poundingly vivid Vertigo imprint and those who like … Continue reading

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WINTIN: OR, HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE RE-WRITE [REVIEW]

William Wallace has a few words to say about the new Tintin flick and his trousers. For a lifelong and vaguely fanatical fan of the Adventures of Tintin, I was besidemyself with joy when I stumbled across the news that a … Continue reading

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IT’S A BIRD: BEAUTIFUL POIGNANCY [REVIEW]

No jokes, today. “It’s a Bird” is one of the most poignant, beautiful and touching stories I have ever read. I’m not limiting this statement to just graphic novels either. Written by Steven T. Seagle, “It’s a Bird” is an … Continue reading

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