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Taking Subscription Orders for Cirsova Issues 3 & 4 Now!

The hard shill will be coming soon, but for now, suffice it to say that we are taking orders for Cirsova 3 & 4 via Kickstarter! 9 more words

This New Tarzan Aims High In Style But Swings Low

By Ed Sum (The Vintage Tempest)

Not even Tarzan can save the pulps from getting a new life in cinema in the 21st century. Many movies made in the past 16 years tried to rescue this genre and sadly not many of these action heroes from long ago can withstand the test of time. 625 more words

Movie Reviews

Snapshot of Issue 2 W/Cover & Kickstarter Update

We’re half-way through our Kickstarter period and we’re just $200 shy of our initial goal!

So here’s a photo of what issue #2 will look like with the Jabari Weathers cover: 323 more words

A Quick Short Review Round-up

Here’s a quick look a what I’ve been talking about over at Castalia House.  If you haven’t read these, check them out.  Or better yet, find these stories and read them yourself if you can! 87 more words


Detectives Who, How & Why

I responded to Calmgrove’s post, “Locked Room Cozy is a Page-turner” , making an observation on the nature of the whodunnit. This is pure speculation, but if we keep in mind that all forms of Mass Media contain values, beliefs and ideologies,  one can see how male biasesand values could shape the characteristics of mystery stories and the development of the literary detective.  399 more words

Media Literacy

Serunya Kuliah Lapangan Ala #siAPP Jalan-Jalan

Sebagai seorang yang memiliki latar pendidikan yang jauh dari bidang teknik dan industri, betapa bahagia ketika mendapat ajakan dari seorang kawan yang saya anggap senior di bidang jurnalisme untuk jalan-jalan rasa ‘kuliah lapangan’ di kawasan industri hijau. 1,078 more words


When Your Name Is An Adjective That Looks Like An Adverb

Today’s beholder of a funny name is testerosterone-filled trabadour Manly Wade Wellman. Technically, a troubadour is a composer or poet, while Wellman was an author of sci-fi and fantasy, but writing is writing, no? 587 more words