On a cold day in October, seven days before All Hallow’s Eve, a pumpkin seller on the worst sales day of the month has a life changing encounter with a stranger who wants thirty one pumpkins. Hot diggity, thinks Lloyd the pumpkin man. When Lloyd asks about the location of the man’s oddly absent vehicle, […]Read more "Sleazy and Cheesy: Bryan Smith’s All Hallow’s Dead"
A review of Jill Lepore’s softcover “The Secret History of Wonder Woman”. (Forgive the plethora of pictures. There is so much awesome Wonder Woman art out there!) If you’ve ever been curious about how Wonder Woman managed to become the heroine to generations of little girls up until the 1980s… here is her story. Spoiler: […]Read more "What Happened Between First Wave Feminism and Second Wave Feminism? Wonder Woman, of course!"
By: Daniel R. Robichaud One of the things I am most grateful for: I do not (knowingly) live in the world of one of David J. Schow’s novels. There is little I can think of so nihilistic, so savage, so emotionally numbing as being one of the poor bastards stuck in his imagination’s terrain. […]Read more "KILL SATANIST ROCK: David J. Schow’s The Kill Riff"