Dive Deep With “Nemo” On The Wednesday Run

One of the earliest childhood memories I have is heading out of cold, grey Toronto with my parents during March Break to spend a week in sunny, warm, Florida and … Continue reading Dive Deep With “Nemo” On The Wednesday Run

BBP! Guide To Fan Expo Canada 2017: Preview #FXC17

There’s a well-known, partly tongue-in-cheek saying, that every Torontonian knows: The City of Toronto sees two seasons – winter and construction. With the gut-bursting pop culture excitement of this coming … Continue reading BBP! Guide To Fan Expo Canada 2017: Preview #FXC17

An Indie Fave Is Back With POP GUN WAR: GIFT On The Wednesday Run

A reprint is a reprint is a reprint, right? No. No, it’s not. Certainly not when something is out of print. And certainly not when that out of print book … Continue reading An Indie Fave Is Back With POP GUN WAR: GIFT On The Wednesday Run

Go Capespotting With PLUTONA #1 On The Wednesday Run

Think back to your childhood. Do you remember those distinct coming-of-age moments? Opening the pages to a stolen nudie magazine. Seeing your grandmother pass away. Your first kiss. An after-school … Continue reading Go Capespotting With PLUTONA #1 On The Wednesday Run

Steampunk Granny Goes Hollywood

  Well, not exactly Hollywood, but Independent Films. I met Christopher Eilenstine the director of The Soulless, a year ago through mutual friends of Steampunk and Indie Films. Chris not … Continue reading Steampunk Granny Goes Hollywood

Saturday At The Movies: Fall in Romance with Don Jon

Joseph Gordon Lovett (JGL) makes his writing and directorial debut with the romantic comedy Don Jon.  If you’re thinking: why would a Hollywood veteran bother making a sappy, clichéd, trope-filled … Continue reading Saturday At The Movies: Fall in Romance with Don Jon

Warrior, Defender & Marketer Of Ideas–BBP! Speaks With Independent Comics Creator Onrie Kompan On The Process & Business Of Indie Comics

Just over a year ago, Biff Bam Pop reviewed an independently produced compilation graphic novel called Yi Soon Shin: Warrior and Defender. You can read that review here. The story … Continue reading Warrior, Defender & Marketer Of Ideas–BBP! Speaks With Independent Comics Creator Onrie Kompan On The Process & Business Of Indie Comics

Not My Bag Is My Bag On The Wednesday Run – October 17, 2012

October is a time for scary things: lumbering zombies, non-sparkly vampires, serial killers in the closet, the flapping sound of leathery bat wings, strange lesions on the back of an … Continue reading Not My Bag Is My Bag On The Wednesday Run – October 17, 2012

Yi Soon Shin: Warrior And Defender – A Compelling, If Bloody, Comic Book Story Entrenched In Real World History

The medium of sequential storytelling, of comic books, is one that lends itself to a multitude of genres including science fiction, horror, noir and comedy. Most of those genres, when … Continue reading Yi Soon Shin: Warrior And Defender – A Compelling, If Bloody, Comic Book Story Entrenched In Real World History

Now Hear This: Music of the Beach Party

I went to Mexico last week, which was awesome. The music they played on the beach, however, was not. They insisted on blasting Creed, or Puddle of Mudd, or some … Continue reading Now Hear This: Music of the Beach Party

100 Miles Of Work In This House Part 2 – JP Concludes His Interview With Writer And Artist Willow Dawson

In Part 1 of our interview (found here) Willow Dawson talked about her work schedule, her audience and female interest in comic books.   In Part 2, she talks about … Continue reading 100 Miles Of Work In This House Part 2 – JP Concludes His Interview With Writer And Artist Willow Dawson