Reed Richards and the Future Foundation: Transhumanism in Popular Culture (Part 1)

Hello once again from your friendly neighbour, the ComicBook Imperative Guy. My new post is one of the reasons why I wanted to create this blog. This was the first connection between comicbooks and philosophy that I was passionate about. As I point out in the title of this entry, this is only the first … Continue reading Reed Richards and the Future Foundation: Transhumanism in Popular Culture (Part 1)

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Digimon Tri: The aftermath of an adventure 

With the premiere of the fourth instalment of the Digimon Tri series, named Loss (喪失 Sōshitsu), I wanted to write about Digimon and the thrill of reviving a much beloved show in the right way, at the right time and for all the right reasons. Firstly, I have to admit that I have been a huge … Continue reading Digimon Tri: The aftermath of an adventure 

What does your loneliness look like? An adventure in the world of Lonesomes

"Lonesomes" is one of those unexpected surprises that I am grateful for. Ryan Little, the creator of this comicbook series, has reached out to me and he offered me a generous sneak peek to the brilliant story of a lonely boy and his new friend, a creature of incredible power and beauty. "Lonesomes" is a story … Continue reading What does your loneliness look like? An adventure in the world of Lonesomes

Moon Knight: Identity & Perception of Reality

Moon Knight has been a comicbook that I only found out about recently. I knew Moon Knight as a character of course, but I never really read any of his stories. And yet, through a twist of fate you might say, I read the new run from Jeff Lemire and art by Greg Smallwood and I was … Continue reading Moon Knight: Identity & Perception of Reality