What I did this weekend:
I saw Breaking Dawn, Part 1. It was, in its own way, a fascinating example of a film that has all the content of a horror movie and none of the context. Also in its own way, it was stupid and cringey, and when Jacob looks into the eyes of a newborn and falls in love with the hottie she’ll become if he can just babysit her for the next 18 years, you honestly don’t know whether to laugh or cry. (I laughed. Then I… Read more »
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reviews Girls at the Kingfisher Club: "There’s a second world under the one everybody sees..."
The Washington Post reviews Girls at the Kingfisher Club: "Genevieve Valentine weaves a mesmerizing, surreal retelling of 'The Twelve Dancing Princesses'."
Ten Reasons You Should Be Watching Penny Dreadful, io9.com, June 2014
The Musketeers is a cheeky, swashbuckling good time, AV Club, June 2014
Book Your Trip (various), NPR.org, June 2014
[Fiction] "Eighty Miles an Hour All the Way to Paradise," Robot Uprisings, April 2014
We sort of talked about not using what we called ‘space funk’; which was just beautiful things for the sake of it. We talked more about the beauty in science. So it’s like finding that beauty in reality. - Mark Tildesley
The cover for Catwoman #36, art by Jae Lee. on sale in November! (Yes, that’s Selina fighting Catwoman and losing. Yes, Catwoman looks a little different. Yes, I’m counting down the days until I can stop playing coy like this.)