Grant Morrison utterly fascinates me. He’s one of those guys readers tend to have strong opinions about. But I don’t. He’s written both some of my absolute favourite comics ever – 1,843 more words
Klaus er en grafisk roman skrevet af Grant Morrison og tegnet af Dan Mora, som tager udgangspunkt i at beskrive baggrundshistorien for vores traditionelle julemand. Den forsøger på ingen måde at gengive myten om julemanden via de historiske fakta, i stedet forsøger Morrison at skabe sin egen fortælling om julemanden i superhelte-form; en fortælling der både er action-præget, men desværre også klichefyldt og forudsigelig. 383 more words
In this episode of Comics Obscura, Tim and Jesse discuss the seminal Superman story, All-Star Superman by Grant Morrison. Jesse and Tim discuss the highs and lows of this outstanding comic, exploring the meta-commentary of the work and how it shows the greatness of Superman both within and outside of the comic book, and Morrison’s propensity for crafting two-dimensional female characters.
Batman: The Black Casebook contains stories from the Silver Age that influenced Grant Morrison when writing Batman: R.I.P. Though this collection isn’t really essential to jump into Morrison’s Batman work it will shine some light on where he got a lot of the ideas and will make a lot of references much clearer when you read this. 502 more words
I’ve long considered the idea of blogging, but every time the idea would pop up, I would quickly dismiss it due to the same obstacle: I couldn’t figure out a single subject to focus on. 1,945 more words