Hass is pitched as “the story of the dramatic and tragic events that turn a young Black man into a Neo Nazi”.
On crowdfunding, and why I support it but don’t… well, support it.
A new column looking back at my varied influences as a writer and artist. First up, David Bowie.
Anne Opotowsky and Angie Hoffmeister’s mammoth second volume in the Walled City Trilogy marks a classic in the making.
This week I take a gander at The Parish: An AmeriCorps Story, The Adventures of Space Joe: Ad Astra, Enormous, When Life Hands You Lemons, Check For Lymes and The Khollected Khaki Shorts
I take a look at Marvel’s initial line of Star Wars graphic novels. Pleasantly surprised I was.
I revisit the second Star Wars prequel, with its CGI backdrops, CGI aliens, CGI droids and equally artificial romance.
The first volume in The Walled City trilogy is magnificent in its scope and its magical realism storytelling.
Titan Comics has revealed some rather cool music-themed covers for the upcoming Twelth Doctor Adventures Year Two #3.
I look back at the move that caused a million fans to cry out in terror, and be anything but silenced.
Jamie Hewlett returns to the iconic 80s/90s comic character for the first time in 20 years, re-teaming with series co-creator Alan Martin.
Proficient City, the developer behind browser-based RPG Wartune, is asking players to help fund a novel spin-off.
An idiosyncratic work that’s breathtaking in its painstakingly detailed imagery and comically macabre tone.
I guarantee you won’t have read anything else quite like An Android Awakes.
Spelling and grammar correction tool Grammarly is asking for people to tackle illiteracy for #GivingTuesday
Irreverent, witty and a joy to read, Daniel Whiston’s Neroy Sphinx feels like the classic 2000AD saga that never was.
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