Monthly Archives: July 2012

Song for a Sunday #23

Time for a little bit of class, courtesy of a man with a violin and an orchestra. Anyone know what the title means? I’m guessing Polish polka, or something along those lines. And does anyone else think the guy playing … Continue reading

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Filler content of the damned

Any edits aside, this review appeared in Black Static #6 just as it appears here. Enjoy! CHARLES FORT by JIM STEINMEYER Heinemann hardback, 332pp, £16.99 Reviewing The Book of the Damned in 1919, Ben Hecht described Charles Fort (1874 – … Continue reading

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You’ll Believe a Man Can Fly

Today, for filler content, something a little different, the trailer for the latest reinvention of Superman, which will hit our screens in 2013 barring apocalypses, Mayan or otherwise:- Mixed feelings about this. It look wonderful, even if the opening did … Continue reading

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Filler content with arachnids

This review first saw the light of day back in Black Static #6, pretty much as it now appears here, except possibly for some edits. Enjoy! SAY GOODBYE by LISA GARDNER Orion hardback, 368pp, £12.99 FBI Special Agent Kimberly Quincy … Continue reading

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Thoughts for a Tuesday #2

ITEM: Sometimes the cutoff point for online news report lead ins can bring amusing results, as with one I just read that came out as ‘a police shooting left one man dead and angry’. I figure I’d be pretty pissed … Continue reading

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Filler content courtesy of the living dead

I don’t have to make up my mind until Wednesday morning, but I may be taking a poor man’s holiday this week, which consists of buying a weekly network bus ticket and riding around until I come to somewhere that’s … Continue reading

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Song for a Sunday #22

Before Bruce, there was Bob:-

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