Graphic Policy have a great review up of the new Love is Love anthology. “The Love is Love comics anthology project from IDW Publishing with assistance from DC Comics, Archie Comics, Aftershock, and the Will Eisner estate gave me a similar feeling of the… Continue Reading
Mary Shelley’s ‘Frankenstein: or, The Modern Prometheus’ from 1818 is considered by many to be the first science-fiction novel, but it can also be regarded as the first novel about transhumanism. Fear of the transhuman is portrayed in the novel as… Continue Reading
They come round every now and then. Tomorrow sees the publication of two new comic books written by Kieron Gillen , and another of his continuing series. There are artists as well of course. Colourists. Letterers. Editors. And three publishers.… Continue Reading
[The latest in my extended posts based on my Uni journals – this one looking at Queer theory and superheroes through the lens of Flex Mentallo: Man of Muscle Mystery.] Queer theory and Flex Mentallo Credit: Frank Quitely (artist), Tom McCraw… Continue Reading
[I’m currently studying MLitt Comic Studies at Dundee University. The course involves looking critically at comics and their history. This is the first in a series of journals I’m posting from the course, where I look at Grant Morrison comics… Continue Reading
How do I keep making indie comics when I’m depressed? The answer is to make them for myself. Continue Reading
Ceej reviews Sam Read’s collection of comic shorts, including ‘The Answer to Question ‘M” wot I drawed. Excerpt The Answer To Question M, drawn and coloured by Garry Mac, is a science fiction thriller in the Twilight Zone vein, with… Continue Reading
A piece I did on a “controversy”.
Here’s an interview I did with Ceej of the Big Comic Page for the SICBA Awards.