With the new volume of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen now in stores, we got to call up creator Alan Moore in England to talk about Century: 1969, the psychedelic tale that puts the League up against occultists, gangsters and the changing times. In the first part of this new interview series, Moore discusses the […]
Interviews with a trilogy of acclaimed, best-selling SF/fantasy authors! Read all three pieces here!
In two productions that opened at the Progress Energy Center this past weekend, the subject is changing times and black-white relations, but a century apart. The first is a campy family musical, while the other is a one-act, two-person Civil War drama. Read both reviews here!
A quick look at some of the VERY obscure references in the new volume of Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill’s work. Read the full article here!
Review of the retro-musical. Read the full review here!
What inspired a simple story about a spider? Author Michael Sims found the truth when he decided to examine one of the most beloved children’s books of all time in The Story of Charlotte’s Web: E.B. White’s Eccentric Life in Nature and the Birth of an American Classic (Walker and Company, $25). Sims, who’ll appear […]
UNC graduate and filmmaker Onur Tukel has gone from living in the Triangle to showing his work at Sundance. The writer, artist and director, who lived in Durham and shot a short film in Cary, received rave reviews at the film festival earlier this year for Septien, an oddball comedy about a trio of impoverished […]
Michael Green, creator of the acclaimed series Kings (which you can watch in its entirety on Hulu, is going to be a busy man at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. Not only is he part of the much-anticipated DC Comics relaunch in September as co-writer of Supergirl [Click here to read a full interview about […]
Our two-part interview with Grant Morrison on his new book Supergods, which hits bookstores this week, concludes today. We’re going to be blunt and say that this part is a free-flowing discussion of Morrison’s thoughts on recent trends in comics, some of his favorite all-time books, and what it’s like working on DC’s new relaunch. […]
Grant Morrison’s has long held a reputation as one of the most imaginative (and occasionally surreal) creators of comics out there. This week, readers get a chance to understand what made Morrison the man he is with the release of his new book Supergods: What Masked Vigilantes, Miraculous Mutants, and a Sun God from Smallville […]