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Lost at Sea by Bryan Lee O’Malley Review

Bryan Lee O’Malley’s first graphic novel Lost at Sea was quite a disappointment to me. I’m a big fan of O’Malley as an author, Scott Pilgrim is obviously a hipsters bible and his most recent effort Seconds is brilliant in … Continue reading

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Max Richter – Sleep. The adult lulaby

I don’t know how many of you out there have heard of Max Richter, whose music has been featured in such films as Waltz with Bashir, Shutter Island and Prometheus but I am a massive fan of his. To me … Continue reading

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Graphic Novel Review: Doctor Strange Season One (Greg Pak, Emma Rios)

In the wake of the news that Doctor Strange is getting the Marvel movie treatment and they’ve cast Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch in the lead role, I thought I’d check out Doctor Strange: Season One. I’d read theĀ Ant-Man: Season One … Continue reading

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Graphic Novel Review: Superior (Mark Millar & Leinil Francis Yu)

Superior is a curious graphic novel. It does a lot of things right but it also seemed to do quite a few things wrong. It’s a classic Mark Millar (Kick-Ass, Wanted) affair, in that it is very teen appealing but … Continue reading

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Graphic Novel Roundup: Marvels, Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe, Ms. Marvel

The series where I review the graphic novels I’ve read this week! It’s been a Marvel heavy graphic novel session this week but that’s no bad thing. The 3 graphic novels I’ve got through this week are Marvels (Alex Ross … Continue reading

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5 of the Best Documentary Films

I think documentaries get a bad rep of being dull or slow; incapable of action or humour. We’ve seen more and more in recent years that the documentary genre can make some of the most tense and exciting films out … Continue reading

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Seconds: A Graphic Novel by Bryan Lee O’Malley – Review

After the wild success of hipster Bible, Scott Pilgrim, Bryan Lee had a huge task following it up. Seconds is a different beast than Scott Pilgrim, but it has the familiar warmth and nergasmic content that drew in the masses. … Continue reading

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