14 Badass Women of the Pulp Era from around the world.
“A murder is somehow more quintessentially English when committed on the cobbles of a foggy East End alley. If there’s a silhouetted top hat, a rustle of crinoline and a scream cut short with straight razor, all the better.” The Guardian has more on “the Great English Slaying.”
Pornokitsch traces Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Person from his first appearance in 1906, through a radio and tv series to a comic book adaptation from Moonstone.
Sometimes it’s easy to forget why I like comics and 2010 was a particularly tough year, in comics and otherwise. But here are 10 that reminded me why I do like them. There’s a lot of crime, anthropomorphic animals, gorgeous art, silly fun, people dealing with things the […]
Ian Fleming interviews Raymond Chandler. Yes, Ian “James Bond” Fleming and Raymond “Philip Marlow” Chandler.
Read it now–a 22 page, Dark Horse authorized preview of Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson’s gritty, animal comic, Beasts of Burden.