Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: Under the Spell is a gorgeous collection from BOOM! Studios, and if you’re a big fan of the original film, you’ll probably love a lot that’s in here.
We’ve got more comic books and graphics novels to help you check off that holiday shopping list!
When it came time to put together my list of favourite albums of the 2010s, I went with exactly that – my faves.
No combination of comics and rock and roll has proved more exciting, more perfect than the story of David Bowie and the artistry of Michael Allred.
Songs in the Key of X is a year old! Celebrate with us by listening to Jeffery X Martin count down the five creepiest songs ever to get radio play!
This week, listen to five songs where two people sing together on one show! It’s ‘The Duets Show’ on the latest episode of Songs in the Key of X!
Put some petrol in your earholes as this week’s Songs in the Key of X explores the musical world of songs about gasoline.
‘Songs in the Key of X’ visits 1976 and Jeffery X Martin discusses his favorite songs from that year. Just kidding! He rambles and says bad words.
The first episode of The Leftscape™ podcast, Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes, has been released. The new podcast promises to explore “the shape of progressive conversation,” but don’t expect it to be all about politics.
Labyrinth has been experienced in comic book form before – but never before has it been experienced like today’s release of Boom! Studios’ Jim Henson’s Labyrinth #1.
David Bowie starred in quite a few movies during his career, including Labyrinth, Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence, and Absolute Beginners. Perhaps none is more metatextual, however, than Nicolas Roeg’s 1976 … Continue reading Now Streaming On Shudder: Nicolas Roeg’s ‘The Man Who Fell To Earth’
Just a few weeks ago I got the chance to meet Dick Cavett on the 2016 TCM Classic Cruise. There were onboard interviews with him, he introduced several movies, and … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Dick Cavett