Comic Book Review: The Devil’s Concubine

Comic Book Review: The Devil’s Concubine

WRITTEN BY: PALLE SCHMIDT ART BY: PALLE SCHMIDT COVER ART: PETER SNEJBJERG PUBLISHER: IDW PUBLISHING Creating crime fiction can be a messy affair and I’m not even talking about the high bloodshed pre-requisite. Just like any good story the characters have to be...
Happy 200th Birthday, Mr. Dickens

Happy 200th Birthday, Mr. Dickens

Charles Dickens was the world’s first celebrity author. Britain marked his 200th birthday on Tuesday amid reflections of the writer’s enduring relevance. Dickens’ biographer, Claire Tomalin told AP: You only have to look around our society and...
Hitchens Lives On In Writings

Hitchens Lives On In Writings

This is how the New York Times eulogized Christoper Hitchens: Christopher Hitchens, a slashing polemicist in the tradition of Thomas Paine and George Orwell who trained his sights on targets as various as Henry Kissinger, the British monarchy and Mother Teresa, wrote...
The Awesome List: December 2011

The Awesome List: December 2011

Michael Buble’s Christmas album The Canadian singer has the perfect style and sound for a holiday album so it’s no surprise that this has been the No. 1 album for three consecutive weeks. Love the flamenco-tinged “Feliz Navidad” with Mexican...
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