My Kind of Classical Welcome to My Kind Of Classical: A Retro View Of Industrial Music. My Kind Of Classical takes a trip back in time to an earlier era of industrial music, a period of explosive growth and creativity. Our...
Author: Grey Somnium
New Industrial Revolution Welcome to New Industrial Revolution, a monthly (well something close to that anyhow) exploration of this new golden age of industrial sound. This month we will be focusing on the still existing and vibrant hybridization of punk...
We peel back the years to see how industrial music of lore helped ship the music we listen to today.
Here we discuss the new age of the industrial revolution, with new music from Trent Reznor, to stuff that is being kicked out by new up and coming acts!
Scooby Apocalypse Story by: Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis Art by: Howard Porter and Dale Eaglesham Published by DC Comics Comics are an anomaly for me. Music, I follow bands and individual musicians. Books, authors, or in the right...
Like peanut butter & jelly!
Crosswind #4 is another great installment of what has so far been an amazing series. Actually, I have no doubt will continue to be amazing.
After the unmitigated disaster of last issue, I appreciate the attempt to salvage what could be of the story leading up to Suicide Squad #25.
This series is awesome!
Wargh! in Pixles: A Look Back At the More Successful Modern (and Semi-Modern) Adaptions of Games Workshop’s Games
Blood Bowl is on the Hot Seat
It really all does come crashing down in Suicide Squad #24. The character arcs, the plot, the shockingly good run of issues, and yes, the narrative.
Brisson’s return to roots approach combined with Deodato’s unique and exceptional art makes for a nasty good time
Warning To Readers: This is a critical review of the issue and as a result there will be no attempt to avoid spoilers. There is also an assumption of familiarity with the series and characters. Written by: Rob Williams...
New Super-Man continues to feel like a down version of DC’s Super Young Team, stripped of the social commentary that made it such an interesting read.
Writer: Scott Lobdell Artist: Dexter Soy Despite straddling the line between saccharine and sweet, Red Hood and the Outlaws continues to build upon the family of choice the Outlaws have created and it’s importance to each of them. It also...
A review of Low #19, a well structured finale to a story arc that began over three years ago. The entire series takes the reader through a dark journey.