For ten days in November there were numerous events throughout the UK as part of Being Human: A Festival of the Humanities. In Dundee we celebrated the time Mary Shelley spent in the city as […]
I don’t want to write about the 1970s. I think everything that happened before I was born is basically pointless. Kidding. Not really. Luckily, I have a whole other much better thing to tell you […]
Writing about the 70s in comics is a little problematic as we get further and further away from the decade – two of the four central graphixians (myself included) weren’t even born yet, and for […]
The title above is a bit misleading since I’m looking here to make a claim about cultural shifts that act as impetus for aesthetic movements. While it’s always a risky move to associate cultural shifts […]
My view of the 1970s is affected by the fact that I associate them with my childhood. While I was born in the early 1960s, I have no recollection of the Summer of Love or […]
I have spoken here on Graphixia before about how much I am loving Gillen, McKelvie, Wilson and Cowles’ The Wicked and The Divine. Last month’s issue, in which they chose to create an issue exclusively […]
Ernesto Priego writes about the human/inhuman in “Raptaur” (script Alan Grant, Art Dean Ormston, letters Tom Frame), originally serialised in Judge Dredd Megazine 1.11 – 1.17 from August 1991.