We’ve covered Star Wars and movies, we’ve covered Marvel, DC and comic-books. But out of my trifecta of favourite things, one has been conspicuously missing, until now… 975 more words
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This week, the comics publisher Abrams withdrew plans to publish a graphic version of a short story by Jack Gantos, “A Suicide Bomber Sits in the Library.” The story was originally published in 2016 by Walker Books, in a collection entitled… 1,147 more words
Noughts and Crosses is being adapted by the BBC. This should’ve happened years ago, but I won’t complain – more than I already have. Written by Malorie Blackman, this YA dystopian tale came to my awareness during World Book Day (I was 13 or 14), when… 554 more words
This series of Doctor Who has been nothing if not a long, strange trip.
Based on my informal research – okay, hours logged onto Twitter – one thing is clear: you can actually smell what The Chibs is cookin’, or you want to dig out your eyes with tiny plastic forks. 422 more words