Tag: Leviathan

A Short History of Hellmouths

Living just outside the gates of hell is a very convenient plot device. It handily solves the narrative challenge of providing a plausibly endless supply of demons and evil beasties for a protagonist to fight, and it’s not like hell ever goes away. Maybe you get lucky and […]

A latter day Windsor McKay?

A latter day Windsor McKay? Maybe not quite, but Peter Blegvad’s strip Leviathan certainly captures the eerie dream-logic quality of Little Nemo in Slumberland, while injecting it with a healthy dose of post-Achewood world that knows “poet is  a four-letter word for not a mogul“.