Author Archives: James Dowling

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Invincible S2E3 Television
Five Thoughts On Invincible‘s “This Missive, This Machination”

By | Nov 20, 2023 | Television

Welcome back to a rose-petal-ridden instalment of Invincible as, “This Missive, this Machination” gives us the best it can in a straight-laced romance with only the occasional skull-shattering. Spoilers ahead for those who fear them. 1. Steamy structure “This Missive, this Machination” was an exquisitely fun episode for the show that really hammered home two […]

Feature: Giant Robot Hellboy #1 (Fegredo cover) Reviews
Mignolaversity: “Giant Robot Hellboy” #1

By | Oct 25, 2023 | Reviews

From way out of left field, the most unexpected Hellboy Universe book of the year has stomped into stores. “Giant Robot Hellboy” #1 is a bombastic and giddy release aimed at pushing style first in a tribute to monster movies and the uniquely geometric, elemental style of Mike Mignola. While this first issue almost doesn’t […]

Interview with a Webcomic: Tom Parkinson-Morgan A.K.A Abaddon Goes In-Depth on “Kill Six Billion Demons”

By | Sep 26, 2023 | Interviews

The webcomic creator is never far from their audience. Be it through social media, public email addresses, Discord servers, or simply the comments section beneath a page, there is a rapport and a conversation that is developed that is unique to the medium. We’re continuing those conversations here, albeit a little more formally, by interviewing […]

Invincible Presents Atom Eve Television
Five Thoughts on Invincible‘s “Atom Eve”

By | Jul 24, 2023 | Television

Hello all! We are BACK with our coverage of Invincible after the very Kirkman-ish surprise release of an extra-length episode at this year’s SDCC. A blast from the past, Invincible “Atom Eve” takes viewers back to the birth and heroic beginnings of Samantha Eve Wilkins, at the same time showcasing the growing confidence of the […]

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

By | Jun 5, 2023 | Movies, Reviews

Across the Spider-Verse is, almost obviously, excellent. It’s a film that genuinely challenges itself visually, consistently working to surprise every demographic placed in front of it. This is the kind of story that is vital to the generative lifeblood of animation, even when it concedes to tropes or stacks its plate too high. You can […]


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