If you are a comic book fan then this is a must-watch. The state of comics today, both British and American, is so ingrained in the history of the comic book 2000AD that there is plenty fans of the genre will love here. 384 more words
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Today, Michael and Mark are discussing Doom Patrol 1, originally released September 14th, 2016. As always, this article contains SPOILERS.
Michael: When it comes to science fiction and fantasy, I’m shocked at how shocked characters are in their supernatural circumstances. 1,241 more words
Greg Carpenter, The British Invasion: Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, and the Invention of the Modern Comic Book Writer
Syfy is continuing to live up to its name, ordering three new science fiction pilots.
The Machine, based on the 2013 movie starring Caity Lot and Toby Stephens, is set in a world that is being transformed by the emergence of artificial intelligence. 137 more words
In the opening pages of Gerard Way’s Doom Patrol, an EMT by the name of Samson waxes poetic about the universe. His argument, as his partner – and series lens Casey Brinke – plays retro video games on the side of the street, focuses on the unique medley of food within his gyro, and culminates in his wondering whether a whole universe could, in fact, lie within his dinner. 1,012 more words
Honestly, not much. But I got comics coming in the mail. I have several trades I still need to go through. Mostly Grant Morrison like the final volume of Zenith, Batman: Gothic and the Filth. 892 more words