An Interview with Mike Mignola

Nicole Rodrigues

Writer. Photographer. Nerd.

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An Interview with Mike Mignola

Few creators are lucky enough to see their ideas grow into a fully fleshed out universe, but Mike Mignola changed that twenty years ago. From his first Hellboy miniseries, every chapter in Big Red’s story added to the ever-growing Mignolaverse, eventually expanding with the BPRD, Abe Sapien and Lobster Johnson series. Add to that two […]
Cosplay Etiquette 101 1

Cosplay Etiquette 101

Keep cons safe and fun for everyone! I have a confession to make: I was once that critical cosplay douche-bag; the one who tut-tutted at improperly sewn Star Trek uniforms and unfinished Doctor Whos. One of the reasons I fought against cosplaying for so long was that I didn’t think I could recreate the characters […]
Joshua Williamson On The Return Of Captain Midnight 3

Joshua Williamson On The Return Of Captain Midnight

Captain Midnight is back! Look in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Yup, it’s a plane, but Captain Midnight is flying it! After vanishing in 1944, genius inventor Jim Albright (aka Captain Midnight) recently reappeared near the Bermuda Triangle flying a WWII bomber. The military, apparently unfamiliar with time traveling heroes, detained Midnight […]
Kick-Ass 3 #1 (Comic) Review 1

Kick-Ass 3 #1 (Comic) Review

Mark Millar’s original Kick-Ass series turned the idea of superheroes on its head, bringing brutal realism to the concept and creating a more believable teen hero in Dave Lizewski than we’d seen in years. With every bone-crunching, bloody fight he got into, fans cheered harder and louder in the hopes of seeing Kick-Ass succeed against […]
Breath of Bones (Comic) Review 1

Breath of Bones (Comic) Review

  I didn’t know what to expect from Breath of Bones but the last page literally gave me chills, honest to goodness goosebumps all along my arms. Steve Niles has set into motion an unsettling sequence of events, sparked by one of the most unspeakable horrors humans beset upon each other: war. There are monsters […]
Clone TPB (Comic) Review 1

Clone TPB (Comic) Review

I wanted to like this book. Really, I did. It has an interesting concept that only became obvious in retrospect how similar it was to the plot of the Orphan Black TV Series. Not saying they’re related in any way, but maybe Clones have become the new Vampires or Zombies: trendy afflictions that readers quickly […]
Strange Attractors: An Interview with Charles Soule

Strange Attractors: An Interview with Charles Soule

Complexity theory saves New York in Strange Attractors.
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Strange Attractors Review

If you’re looking for caped crusaders, Strange Attractors is not the book for you. If you’re looking for an intelligent mystery that blends near-probable scientific theories a la Dr. Ian Malcolm of Jurassic Park, with an unabashed love for New York City, then you’re in luck. Strange Attractors is a fascinating read through and through, […]
Captain Canuck is Back! And he needs your help - 2013-05-21 15:31:31

Captain Canuck is Back! And he needs your help

Winnipeg. 1975. Richard Comely and Ron Leishman, two young men with grand ideas, come to a realization: Canada is sorely lacking in the super hero department.
Gender Through Comics: A practical guide 2

Gender Through Comics: A practical guide

What’s the difference between gender and sex? How deeply rooted in biology are traditional feminine or masculine roles, if at all? How does culture affect these roles, today and historically? And what does all this have to do with the comics we read?


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