It’s amazing to think I’ve been interviewing Grant Morrison for over a decade now, having read his experimental comics masterpieces for much longer than that. It’s been deep.
Let’s turn back to the greatest jam band on the bones, and a master of literary horror, reanimated.
I’ve spoken a few times with the unorthodox guitar hero Brett Netson, so I’m pretty stoked
I’ve been writing about Autolux for years, and yet they always sound fresh to me
Neil Gaiman is also one of the nicest people on Earth.
It is always worth mentioning new productions from one of the most prolific and influential DJs in history.
Fans of Alan Moore and his prescient comics like V For Vendetta and Watchmen knew he’d one day anchor a revolution.
“Funnily enough, we’re written about in a much more accurate way now than at the time, when it was just underwater guitar, millions of overdubs and mumbled vocals.”
DC Comics has lost one of its most influential tastemakers with the news that executive editor Karen Berger will be stepping down.
Who knew we needed to kill comics to save them? Matt Pizzolo, that’s who.
“It has been a long road but this seems to be the only path forward.”
The award-winning sci-fi writer’s worthy reboot of cult ’60s series.
Transforming transfixing genre fiction into memorable cinema is no simple task.
The Coup‘s frontman is looking for our nation’s heart and power, as the 2012 general election nears.
Instead of investigating fear and loathing in Las Vegas, artist Molly Crabapple and journalist Laurie Penny tripped off to Greece.
Dhani Harrison’s dread zeppelin is led through a puzzling digital dreamscape in thenewno2‘s new video.
It is no irony that Jackson’s cinematic adaptations of Tolkien’s work have arrived in a world at war
“We moved to completely copying realism. Maybe this is a good time to start going back to the old ways, where anything can happen.”
Star Trek’s longest-running television series, which alternately bored and blessed us all with a sci-fi optimism now long since buried, blows out 25 candles
“The timing is perfect, because as year two begins there is a lot of soul searching about what the movement means and how it can evolve.”
One man’s crap made-for-TV movie becomes another fan’s Pythonesque art trip, and the popular tastes of the ensuing decades makes up the difference. Who’s your Walrus now?
Like many culture vultures, Wimberly is something of a reboot specialist.
Price’s influential spirit inhabits some small or large part in almost everything Tim Burton has ever made.