December 22, 2018

Jonathan Hickman, Twenty-One.

'Ripped from the protective shelter of fate.'

Posted by dean at 03:17 AM

November 03, 2018

Peter Milligan, Six.

'Why let reality get in the way of a good outro?'

Posted by dean at 05:26 AM

October 15, 2018

Abe Sapien.

'All I've found is a lot of broken people trying to cope with the horrors of the end of the world.'

Posted by dean at 03:54 PM

September 21, 2018

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September 16, 2018

Martin Amis.

The children of the nuclear age, I think, were weakened in their capacity to love. Hard to love, when you're bracing yourself for impact.

Posted by dean at 12:48 AM

September 13, 2018

Brian Wood.

'This is some reality-changing shit.'

Posted by dean at 08:35 AM

August 23, 2018

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Posted by dean at 12:07 AM

July 28, 2018

Ed Brubaker, One

Dottie had learned long ago the world didn't really want to know the truth about anyone. They'd always rather have a story.

Posted by dean at 09:16 PM

July 09, 2018

Todd Barry, One.

I tour the South, though, I do. I love touring the South. Some people up North are afraid of the South, it's weird. I'll do a show in, like, Alabama. I'll tell someone I did a show in Alabama and they'll be like, 'Oh my God! What was that like?' Oh, you know, chairs, a microphone. Oh, I'm sorry, I know what you're looking for. I'll tell you what it was like. Well, I flew into Birmingham. The Imperial Wizard from the Klan picked me up at the airport. Rode to the club on the back of an old mule. Tried to get a joke out over the shouts of 'jewboy go home.' At the end of the night I go, 'Where's my check?' They go, 'You're not gettin' a check. You're gettin' this bag of porkrinds.' Is that the answer you were looking for, you narrow-minded fake-liberal fuck?

Posted by dean at 12:09 PM

June 29, 2018

Trash : [X] Waste.

Posted by dean at 09:34 PM

May 12, 2018

Whatever Happened To Generation X?

[Tiffanie] Darke was at the centre of that culture, and remembers it primarily for its loved-up, hedonistic joyfulness and sense of inclusivity -- it appealed across all boundaries of class, race, gender, and sexuality. She was even present at the impromptu, now notorious all-weekend rave at Castlemorton, Worcestershire, which was eventually shut down by police. It was a cool, rebellious culture, and one based on a 'liberal, egalitarian mindset,' she says: 'At a rave, you would talk to anyone, everyone was equally valid -- crusties and travellers would be there, plumbers, homosexuality was celebrated, black music was celebrated. And it evolved organically and slowly,' says Darke.

Posted by dean at 11:37 PM

April 03, 2018

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