An essay celebration of renowned sci-fi artist Richard Powers and the surrealist wonder of the fFlar universe.
Sven Mikulec looks at the history and legacy of Alan Parker's 'Angel Heart'
An interview and career retrospective with acclaimed storyteller and artist Dave McKean.
With an artistic experience spanning the spa between cartoons and comics and everywhere in between, Alex Toth's career is certainly nothing to scoff at!
Don Siegal's follow up to *Dirty Harry*, an adaptation of John C. Reese's *The Looters,* and a masterclass in character-driven storytelling
Jean-Pierre Melville: Life and Work of a Groundbreaking Filmmaking Poet by Sven Mikulec
After the success of *The Exorcist,* director William Friedkin teamed up with *The Wild Bunch* screenwriter Walon Green for the groundbreaking *Sorcerer*
Avery Kaplan explores seven female genre fiction authors and their varying motivations for adopting a male pseudonym.
With today marking 30 amazing years of the Judge Dredd Megazine, it's time to look back and appreciate the never-were publications that made that possible.
Tim Pelan examines Mike Hodges's classic 1972 British crime movie, 'Get Carter'
An Historic Intersection of Pro Art and Fandom in a famed Five-piece Portfolio by Jack Gaughan.
The stories behind director John Boorman and screenwriter Alexander Jacobs brilliant retelling of Donald Westlake's THE HUNTER
Artist and writer Nick Abadzis sits down to rehash the beginnings of both his career and his highly under-recognized British comic strip, Hugo Tate.
Writer and comic creator Adam Knave discusses the evolution and importance of familial bonds in the Bill and Ted movie franchise.
Cinematographer Karim Hussain csc's appreciation of the Louma Crane
A gallery and brief overview of Joe Kubert’s seminal message “Make War No More” found in DC’s War Comics of the 1960’s and 70’s.
An analysis of the themes surrounding gender, sexuality, nature, and enlightenment in Alejandro Jodorowsky's seminal 1973 film, The Holy Mountain.
An explanation behind the delightfully unlikely origins of Jack Kirby’s Fourth World Saga
A look into the subversive use of superhero imagery that infiltrates Jean-Michel Basquiat's art.
An exploration of the independent mavericks, HandMade Films, that gave us some of the most iconic British crime films of the 1970s and 1980s.
A retrospective interview with award-winning science fiction author David Gerrold
Chloe Maveal sits down with artist Jim Mahfood for an interview about his career, cultural influences, and 'Sorcerers'.
In 1972 a neophyte Spanish media company created a rare platform for artists to explore classic genre imagery with a sophisticated cinematic sensibility.
A series of indelibly intricate and eerie paintings by Berni Wrightson, each inspired by the text of a classic Edgar Allan Poe tale
In 1976, famed comic and genre paperback artist Roy Krenkel turned his talents toward the myths and monuments of antiquity.
A gallery showcasing the work of Luigi Corteggi, cover artist for a rogue's gallery of Italian comics from the early '60s to the modern era.
Chloe Maveal provides a comparative look into Judge Dredd as a predictor of unchecked contemporary police brutality.
A deep dive conversation between author Michael Tisserand and Howard Chaykin, whose life and career offer an oral history of American comics.
Photographer and director Neil Krug takes a personal look at the work of Academy award-winning director Elio Petri
A deeper look into the mad genius of the Hong Kong filmmaker, Stephen Chow.
Multiple award-winning science fiction author and genre scholar Adam Roberts breaks down his ultimate definition of "Science Fiction."
A selection of hip hop album covers done by comic book artists featuring: Wu-Tang, EPMD, Jay-Z, De La Soul, T.I., Kid Cudi, Public Enemy, Pete Rock...