Monthly Archives: April 2022

Comic Reviews: Lady Mechanika, Rat Queens, Wayward & More

Why am I reading all these comics??? Well, I bought a bundle of about 60 comics for a very good deal, including some famous ones like the whole Saga, Monstress and Paper Girls runs, but it also had an assortment … Continue reading

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Review: Guy Delisle – Pyongyang: A Journey in North Korea (2004)

I’ve read this graphic novel many times. It’s quite short – you can read the whole thing in three hours – and it is such a tragicomic travel story that it never fails to entertain me.  Guy Delisle, a Canadian … Continue reading

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Robert Sheckley – Untouched by Human Hands (1954) Review

8/10 Robert Sheckley was one of the giants of science fiction in the 1950s and 60s and wrote about 400 short stories and a bunch of books, but nobody remembers him now. A shame, because his work is very entertaining … Continue reading

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Review: The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck (1994-’96), by Don Rosa

10/10 It is really hard for me to be objective in any way about these comics. As a young boy I read and reread them to the point that they are burned into the brain. Every single panel is immediately … Continue reading

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William Gibson – Neuromancer (1984) review

8.5/10 William Gibson’s Neuromancer (1984) is nowadays known as the novel that started or invented cyberpunk. That’s only partially true. Gibson started using the word ‘cyberspace’ in Neuromancer, but the subgenre of cyberpunk has roots that go back much farther, … Continue reading

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