3.5

Review: Happy! #1 (of 4)

Nick Hanover: For the past several years, Grant Morrison has been on a mythology kick, attempting to turn the bulk of his mainstream comics work into an exploration of The Superhero as a modern family of...
5.0

Review: The Milkman Murders

 As a kid, my biggest fear about adulthood was failing to meet my own lofty expectations. Part of that was a fear of becoming anonymous, indistinguishable from others who had abandoned childhood...
2.5

The Inbetweeners Movie

There's a general acknowledgment that there are two critic proof genres in film, horror and comedy. In the case of the former, it's because so much of what the critical community considers...
5.0

Breaking Bad 5.07 "Say My Name"

 Great dramas often build-up to devastating scenes that are so inevitable the tension comes not from a place of will it happen? but rather when will it happen and how will it go down. Breaking Bad is...
3.0

Review: It Girl and the Atomics #1

The American Dream is said to be a lot of things, but in comics it often comes down to franchising. A lone creator, or a pair of creators, or a small team of creators dream up a character which then...
3.5

Review: Archer & Armstrong #1

The 2006 documentary Jesus Camp is a film full of startling, powerful moments, but one in particular stands out more than the others. It comes towards the end of the film, after an especially vitriolic...
3.5

Review: Harvest #1

Terrible mistakes have a tendency to permanently fuck up your personal reality. Not terrible mistakes as in "I shouldn't have dumped her," or "I wish I didn't eat that pizza all by...