I first learned of the existence of Mike Mignola only in 2007 when I received an email out of the blue from a writer and editor by the name of Christopher Golden. His message informed …Continue reading
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Your Prescription for Reading?
This is the first of a new monthly feature we are calling Synergy. Basically, one of our contributors offers a single question for our other contributors to give answer to. Beyond that, we go out …Continue reading
Scalped: Indian Country Review
Indian Country collects the first five issues of the monthly series Scalped. The art in Scalped is very good. Offering up shadows with hidden depths at times and bright, clear and detailed panel at others …Continue reading
Synergy! Sharing Favorite Scary Stories with Carrie Vaughn, Charlie Huston, Jimmy Palmiotti & More!
Synergy is back! If you haven’t seen this column before, the basic idea is that we put the same question to a variety of professionals (and sometimes amateurs) who interest us to create a plateful of …Continue reading
Graphic Novels: Going the Long Way Round – Tim Eldred Guest Blog
It’s a process that places abnormal demands on you and on the people around you. If this is the way you choose to express yourself creatively, there is a price to be paid for it. But …Continue reading
A DC Comics Gateway in Identity Crisis
Identity Crisis is a DC mini-series that love or hate is a legitimate benchmark on the DC timeline noting the company’s trends as the beginning of a shift in their line’s direction as a whole. …Continue reading
Susanna Clarke’s Magical Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell Review
In my opinion, simply stated, with no reservation what so ever, the best novel published in 2004. The best Fantasy novel? Well, yes, but also, the best fictional novel, bar none. Susanna Clarke’s debut novel, …Continue reading