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Fight or Flight?

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Fight or Flight.”

Write about your strongest memory of heart-pounding, belly-twisting nervousness: what caused the adrenaline? Was it justified?

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Interview: Lee Bermejo talks his new Vertigo series Suiciders

In the post-apocalyptic city of New Angeles, killing isn’t just a crime – it’s entertainment.

When the “big one” finally hit the West Coast, Los Angeles was left in ruins. 1.313 more words


Recent obsessions

Since joining university I have noticed a pattern forming, in terms of my interests. I no longer have a TV therefore no PlayStation 3, so the logical thing for me to do was to get Steam. 337 more words

Pulling out the Stops, Shamelessly asking for Help

Friends, RT here, and I’m struggling.

Between vertigo and work stress, I’ve not had a good run in weeks. I’ve tried a few times, but I truly feel like I’m starting over. 141 more words

Vertigo Tarot - 1st Edition - 1995 - Factory Sealed

This set was issued in 1995 and was limited to 5000 sets. It is easily one of the most sought after Vertigo Items ever produced. The cards, loosely based on characters from DCs Vertigo comic imprint, are among the most uneasily beautiful interpretations I’ve ever seen.  47 more words


The Firefly That Woke Up Too Soon

Coco was in shock. Her world had suddenly been turned inside out and upside down, and her many legs clung desperately to the branch while she stared around her. 414 more words

Flash Fiction

Brother Lono by Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso - A Book Review

It’s not necessary to read Azzarello and Risso’s Eisner award-winning series 100 Bullets to understand Brother Lono, but it would certainly help.  Lono proved a breakout character from that hard-boiled serial, so it’s no surprise that years after… 229 more words

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