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Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips and Jacob Phillips Launch "Pulp" in May 2020

Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips and Jacob Phillips Launch “Pulp” in May 2020

Mistakes, misshapes, misfits, raised on a diet of broken biscuits… One of the biggest selling original graphic novels in comic book shops this year was by Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips and Jacob Phillips‘ My Heroes Have Always Been Junkies. Well, for 2020, they have another just as likely to hit the charts. It’s called Pulp. […]

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Nerd Food: Lost City Diner In Baltimore, Maryland

Years ago my ex and I drove by this spot on Charles Street and were immediately drawn in. The exterior sign said “milkshakes” bold and proud, but the windows were all covered up with newspaper. For the following year the mysterious milkshakes place remained empty. And then one day, almost without any fan fare, Lost […]

Batman The Shadow #2 Review – Batman Still Looks Like A Dope

Now that Batman has The Shadow cornered in the French Alps, he’s going to deliver some hard hitting Bat justice to Shadow over the death of Lamont Cranston, whom Batman is sure died at the hands of The Shadow. Shadow insists it wasn’t him, and thus our story in Batman The Shadow #2 continues. Scott Snyder […]

Radiohead Offers Alternate Spectre Theme As A Christmas Gift

According to Radiohead‘s Thom Yorke, the band was asked to write a theme song for the most recent 007 film, Spectre. Though it didn’t work out, they made their revised version available to fans. It … suffers from a similar problem to the official version by Sam Smith. It never really starts. Which, considering the […]


The UK’s Answer To Kevin Smith? Trailer For The Comic Book Comedy, Pulp

Some of this trailer was footage filmed at the British International Comic Show in Birmingham in October 2010. As such, I wouldn’t be surprised to see some friendly faces pop up. I can’t remember if Rich was there that year…? Pulp was written by Bode O’Toole and directed by Adam Hamdy and Shaun Magher. Between […]

Bad Robot Cooking Up A New Take On Pulp Fiction

Next week, JJ Abrams’ Bad Robot will be out to the TV networks pitching Pulp. According to Michael Ausiello, the show has more than those four little letters in common with Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction: An hour-long crime drama set in a slightly heightened reality, a-la Pulp Fiction. Longtime Abrams collaborators Monica Breen and Alison Schapker […]