An oldie but goodie. Maybe minus the goodie.
Some thoughts on some of Matt Kindt’s work at VALIANT.
Some really good stuff in this old chat I had with Sturges. For fans of Vertgio, DC comics, storytelling, and/or speculative fiction in general.
One of the most under seen tv shows for fans of speculative fiction is now available to stream.
Just a friendly addendum to a list of rookie speculative fiction novels worthy of merit. Some of these belong on best of all time lists period.
Some guy named Neil Gaiman once said Jonathan Carroll was, “A cult waiting to happen”. That’s Frankly better than I can put it so don’t read the rest of my thoughts and just buy all Jonathan Carroll books.
I just introduced my goddaughter to an old favorite of mine Return to Oz which scared the shit out of me as a kid in a way none of the iconic horror films of the decade did. No better time to re-present a lengthy interview I conducted with cartoonist Eric Shanower who has Oz stripes.
No chromium or holograms to be found. Not even a die-cut cover. Where are my non-sports cards? Argh!
I love his Joe Pitt books and because I started a reread I’m re-presenting this interview I conducted with him.
It’s time to jump around again for an X-Men book. Xavier finally has a worthwhile dream.
Matthew Stover’s Blade of Tyshalle is one of the best pieces of speculative fiction that can be found in a novel and perhaps the most underrated of all time.
Because friendship is magic.
I wish a letter was all it took to get me Winds of Winter already.
For his second novel Mieville takes us to the high seas while dual-wielding horror and fantasy.
A favorite annual purchase of mine to keep up with what’s next in art.
And we are so lucky to be part of her sexy euphoria.
It’s lights out but is it lights out?
For all ages and (finally) for everyone again.
My take on the first 3 Gentleman Bastard books by Scott Lynch. Why isn’t this on FX or HBO right now?
…because size matters. Especially by the pool.