Sex Criminals is a graphic novel that centres on Suzie and Jon and their ability to stop time after orgasm. After finding each other and coming to terms with the fact they both have this magical ability, they decide to put their power to good use. Rob banks.
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Recently I have had the absolute pleasure of meeting Mark Wright, no, not the one from
I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, the one that writes all things Doctor Who! Mark gave a talk at my University as a part of the Sound – Vision – Place event that was happening – I thought I’d pop along considering seeing his name on an email got me all excited about Doctor who.
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September has been a little bit of a busy month for me, getting prepared for my return to University (third and final year! Yikes!), catching up with friends and a lot of family events going on – I’ve barely had chance to get my head in to a book! However I powered through the first few weeks when I was still living the less frantic lifestyle my parents’ house had to offer and managed to read three and a half novels and one graphic novel. This is nowhere near as much as I’d hoped to read but I’m still on track with my end of year goals!
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I’ve been reading a lot of books lately where I’ve fallen slightly in love with the male characters. Let’s face it, most of the time fictional boyfriends are much better than actual real life boyfriends because they don’t require as much effort. It’s like we can love them up close without all the drama! Perfect! Now as a human being who likes both the male and female variety I will be following up this post at some point with a ‘top 6 fictional girlfriends,’ because we can’t really leave out how much I long for Katniss Everdeen can we? Continue reading “Top 6 Fictional Boyfriends”
There are so many ideas of what comic book readers are like plastered all over the media from TV shows such as the Big Bang Theory, so many stereotypes about being a ‘geek’ or to use the American term ‘nerd.’ But what really is a ‘comic book geek?’ Do we have a right to label a group of people based on their interested of a comic book in the 21st century? Continue reading “Comic Book ‘Geeks’”