It’s been an international hit for ages, but why hasn’t American TV seemingly learned anything from ‘The Great British Bake Off’?
Though Asobi Asobase – Workshop of Fun advertised itself as something different, it was an overlooked gem of the Summer 2018 anime season.
Virus.DOS, the latest album from Master Boot Record, combines chiptune sounds with legitimately awesome metal music, including shredding and blast-beats.
Comedian Richard Herring has been using Emergency Questions on his podcast for years, and now you can ask people if they’ve been to Barometer World.
For those playing along, MAD #2 comes — surprisingly — right after MAD #1 and it’s a continuation of the promise made by the last half of that first issue.
Fantagraphics recently released ‘Dementia 21’ by ero-guro nansensu artist Shintaro Kago, and the book is an outstanding introduction to Kago’s world.
Riverdale Season 3 debuted last night and from Archie’s trial to the D&D-inspired death cult, it looks to be just as nuts as the show as always been. Yay!
The Nib #1 just came out this month, and it’s a beautifully curated look at death, combining outstanding design and great comics.
MAD #1 — talking about the original 1952 issue, not the 2018 relaunch — was quite different from what MAD would evolve into, but an auspicious beginning.
In the film ‘This Is Marshall McLuhan: The Medium Is the Massage,” the Canadian media philosopher describes today nearly perfectly — back in the late ’60s.