In Times of Trouble - Read Some Horror: Sixties Magazines by Warren Publishing

Few publishers influenced the 1960s horror comics genre quite like James Warren. For almost 25 years, he published all things horror, fantasy, and scifi - smartly utilising the magazine format to avoid censorship imposed on US comic books by the Comics Code Autority. Even today Creepy, Vam...


Not a Family Film: "White God" - Beware this Army of Dogs

Each year in March the Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Museum of Modern Art, New York, presents New Directors/New Films screening the work of emerging filmmakers from around the world. In 2015 White God by Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó received much attention. When thirteen-y...


bilderundworte - The Magazine - Japan

Our e-magazine for Japan nerds - bilderundworte magazine issue #0, revised in 2016:


Peter Bagge

American cartoonist Peter Bagge (Dec 11, 1957, New York) is probably best-known for his comic book Hate. His sense of black humor is supported by his exaggerated cartoon style - ideal for portraying the middle-class American youth, which he was part of: "We were the weirdo outcast kids of...


"Shield your brain!" – Mind MGMT

"Akira meets Heart of Darkness." Matt Kindt has finally released his new comic book series "MIND MGMT" at Dark Horse! Meru, a young journalist stumbles upon the incredible secrets of a Mind Management Program of psychic spies while she investigates "The Bear" – which turns out to be "a Sov...


Really worth it: "Slave Labour Graphics"

California based SLG Publishing – or Slave Labour Graphics – was founded in 1986 by Dan Vado while he was looking for a way to publish his own works. Their creator owned comics are mostly known for their funny-weird, dark, and sometimes quirky topics and if you have ever read "Johnny The H...


Matt Kindt

Matt Kindt (born 1973, St. Louis, Missouri) is a most outstanding American independent comic book artist and illustrator. He started working on comics at an early age and self-published his own copyshop zines starting 1990. His first graphic novel "Pistolwhip" got published by Top Shelf Pr...

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