Pick of the Geek: Sound! Euphonium

If you had to ask me what one of my favourite series of the past few years has been you would easily find Sound! Euphonium near the top of the list, a series not about epic intergalactic battles or being a sports superstar but instead

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On The Box 76 – Superheroes of Eurovision

Our nerves are shaken and our brains are rattled with fake news, Runaways, Inhumans, sexy remakes of religious dramas, musicals, training camps and Great Balls of Fire – the new WWE pay-per-view. This week we’ve been watching Line of Duty, Lethal Weapon and Don’t Ask

Mulholland Drive

“Nah, you’re not thinkin’. You’re too busy being a smart-alec to be thinkin’” – The Cowboy If you’ve never seen David Lynch’s 2001 Cannes Best Director winner Mulholland Drive, it’s probably worth stopping reading and buying Studio Canal’s new Blu-Ray restoration right now. That’s normally

4-Panel 87 – Dr Manhattan’s Neon Elephant

This week Andrew discovers the wonderful world of wrestler Joey Ryan – who is getting a comic-book. Aside from that, we find out who will play Cable in Deadpool 2 and Watchmen will get a “faithful” animated adaptation. Our featured comics and manga are Brave

Bandcamp of the Week #2 – Panopticon

Perhaps calling it Bandcamp of the week was slightly ambitious, nonetheless, I return to look at my pick of the brightest and most interesting artists on the independent music platform, Bandcamp. In its debut outing, we looked at Japanese all-girl garage punk outfit Otoboke Beaver,

Glitter and Glamorous: Nico Robin

There are hundreds upon hundreds of One Piece figures out in the world and it’s hardly surprising. The popularity of the series knows almost no bounds and it feels like we will continue to get merchandise for the characters forever. While the merchandise for the

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PX15 – Guardians of the Lego Kingdom

Controversial opinions and sandwich conspiracies ahoy on this latest episode of Press X. On the gaming side of things (that is what we’re all about after all), our bounty includes a load of LEGO (Worlds and City: Undercover), the strange Japanese school-based visual novel stylings

Madame De…

If you know anything about the German director Max Ophüls, you probably know Stanley Kubrick’s famous quote to the effect that his camera could pass through walls. Watching the BFI’s new sumptuous restoration of 1953’s Madame de…, one of his final films, it’s easy to