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About last year, I decided I could write Across the Seven Continents of the Underworld in a year, but life, it has demands, and I like to do things like start working for myself and writing comics. Five months after that deadline, I'm looking at...

For when the Jesus Fish isn't subtle enough. The day started pretty shit with some unsurprising news from Job #2, but I just got off the phone with a nice girl who saved me ten or so bucks on advertising by removing one word, so it's...

From Timothy S. Miller (timothymiller): "I was convicted of being Japanese. It was my only crime, and when found guilty, I was sentenced to Assimilation." So begins Black Sheep, by Ben Peek, a dark dystopian journey into a world where segregation is perfected, and opposition--even...

Here is a review of 'Black Betty' “Black Betty,” [Lone Star Stories; Issue 23, October 1, 2007] by Ben Peek is a compelling and macabre adventure story set against the Caribbean pirate era. Although no date is specified within the piece, somewhere around 1665 would...

Lucius Shepard's (lucius_t of ) review of Iron Man is the fun, cynic's knifing, and I can't disagree with it: Tony Stark is every adolescent male’s wet dream: a billionaire genius gearhead who makes cool weapons, drives cars with names that end in i, and gets...

Apparently, Iron Man is the second coming. Interested in seeing Jesus once again, I went to see the flick with Cas. The truth it, it's not a bad film, but that's about it. A brief run down of the plot will give you billionaire playboy genius...