COMIC REVIEW: Gregory Suicide HC

COMIC REVIEW: Gregory Suicide HC

17 Nov, 2017

A futuristic tale of AI with a twist. A revolution against the human creators. I’m in. Welcome to the world of Gregory Suicide. The hook in Gregory Suicide is that the AIs are given cloned, flesh-and-blood bodies to inhabit. So they have the ability to be programmed but have physical human frailties. And of course, they rise up…

COMIC REVIEW: Underwinter Vol 1: Symphony

COMIC REVIEW: Underwinter Vol 1: Symphony

1 Nov, 2017

Music is an incredibly powerful and important art form. Trying to convey that power is something that writers have attempted time and again. While Underwinter Vol 1: Symphony is undoubtedly a horror comic, its creator, Ray Fawkes, manages to transport the reader into another world where the passion for music is almost tangible.

COMIC REVIEW: Ghost Stories of an Antiquary II

COMIC REVIEW: Ghost Stories of an Antiquary II

30 Oct, 2017

MR James is arguably one of the greatest writers of the spooky short story that there has ever been, so how do you update James’ shorts for the modern audience?

COMIC REVIEW: Mr Higgins Comes Home

COMIC REVIEW: Mr Higgins Comes Home

16 Oct, 2017

Mike Mignola’s latest horror one-shot is a rather charming affair. Drawn by Warwick Johnson- Cadwell (Lovecraft Anthology 2, Sold State Tank Girl) and written by Mignola, Mr Higgins Comes Home plays with genre conventions in a nod to Hammer Horror from the 1970s.

Interview with Jeff Noon

Interview with Jeff Noon

11 Oct, 2017

Jeff Noon is perhaps best known for his award winning novel Vurt (1993). His latest, A Man of Shadows sees a return to the traditional novel format after a series of experiments in fiction. Jeff kindly agreed to answer a few questions via email about his new book, his writing processes and the future.