There’s never a dull moment when you have judo books for kids by Vladimir Putin, 9-year-old journalists scooping major networks and a set of rejected Disney dwarves. Our featured books are Escapology by Ren Warom, New Pompeii by Daniel Godfrey and The Definitive Visual Guide
In amongst the Dali diaries, more additions to Stieg Larsson’s Millenium series and our favourite childhood books, we found a story about a painting that, once seen, will never be forgotten. You have been warned. Our featured books are Firefly: The Gorram Shiniest Dictionary and
It’s been a spartan week in the news with the announcement of a Cloak and Dagger TV series (which has prompted a lot of questions, many of which are “Who the hell are Cloak and Dagger?”), DC’s introduction of a new imprint and the revival
This week we get off to a steamy start with the launch of the Literary Hub’s prize for the “best erotic passage” (this is not a joke), before we discuss the discovery of Shakespeare’s first Folio and a molecular version of The Origin of Species.
After the poor reception of Batman Versus Superman it looks like Suicide Squad will be going through quite a lot of reshoots. In other news, Marvel have released teasers for upcoming events and DC team up with Random House to produce a series of young
It’s been a strange week with the passing of renowned architect Dame Zahar Hadid, the news that King Arthur may have been from Yorkshire, and a children’s book about The Queen finding the right crown to wear. Our featured books are Adventure Time: The Enchiridion
This week we acknowledge all our dirty secrets and pit them against each other. Not everything we like is a solid gold masterpiece, and sometimes the heart wants to sink its teeth into a massive load of rubbish. With Star Wars, superheroes, horror movies and
This week we find out just how weird graphic literature can get with news about the latest Predator crossover. In addition to that we catch up with the latest issues of Batman Eternal, Grimm Tales of Terror, B.P.R.D. – Hell on Earth, Avengers World, M.P.H
Welcome to the 4-Panel – the latest addition to The Geek Show family. Each week we will bring you news and reviews from the world of comics, manga, and other graphic literature that you may, or may not, have heard of. For our first episode
This week on Cinema Eclectica we break all the rules and anger the Great Internet Overlord. We also manage to cram in reviews of “Kinetta”, “Bitter Lake”, “Diary of a Lost Girl”, “Greatful Dead”, “Wake in Fright”, and “The Children’s Book of Cinema”. That’s right.