MOVIES! I love ’em. Who doesn’t? I also love talking about them but I am a natural-born lazy-ass, so in-depth reviews which take into account the director’s past work, actors’ growth as artists, and the entire history of cinematography and the technology behind filmmaking are not going to come from me.
This trio of stories from African American authors doesn’t exactly deal with the sins of the fathers but focuses, instead, on their legacies -those who come after, and their methods of making sense of the past.
So. I used to draw and make other art like a demon.
I’m just gonna set this down right here.
Katherine Lang‘s Soul to Call is a classic postapocalyptic tale: after two-thirds of the earth’s population is destroyed due to an event known simply as The Fall, otherworldly abominations begin to roam and feed upon the survivors.
Humorous horror comics can be hard to pull off; all too often, the ‘humor’ relies on tired puns or gory slapstick. Lucy Lyall’s Spare Keys for Strange Doors serves its funny frights up right.