John Seven reviews ‘O Josephine’ by Jason
John Seven reviews ‘Bezimena’
Noah Van Sciver’s keened-eye comics satire of modern publishing to be published in a new, one-volume collection.
John Seven reviews ‘Babcia’ and ‘Red Ultramarine,’
How storytelling deepens the impact of art.
John Seven reviews ‘Alienation’ and ‘Ghost Tree #1’
John Seven talks to ‘Starseeds’ creator Charles Glaubitz.
In an era when conspiracy abounds, especially on the right with Pizzagate, crisis actors, chemtrails, and, of course, lizard people but also anti-vaxxers, and when so-called woo takes front and center in popular explorations of science — see Deepak Chopra being taken seriously, alien theories about Oumuamua, and speculation that we live in a hologram, […]
In the first volume of his cosmic epic, Charles Glaubitz laid out an onslaught of universe-shattering conspiracy weirdness that helped readers transcend the state of mind they accept as living in reality and accept what lies beyond. Starseeds 2 expands on that and promises to stretch eager minds further than they’ve ever gone through […]
Getting old comes with several features, some of them obvious but many of them not. One of the most alarming is the loss of identity in regard to other people. You might still know who you were, but the longer life lingers, the less the people around you have the wider scope of your vision […]