Abstract: The Marching of Cybermen. Identity, Reality and Science Fiction

Dear readers of The ComicBook Imperative I am happy to share with you the abstract from my presentation for the 8th International Graphic Novel and Comics Conference that will be held at the University of Dundee, Scotland, between 25-29 of June, 2017. The Marching of Cybermen: A tale of identity, reality and science fiction By George… Continue reading Abstract: The Marching of Cybermen. Identity, Reality and Science Fiction

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Extremis: Living in a Computer Simulation. Transhumanism in Popular Culture (Part 3)

Hello from your friendly neighbour, the ComicBook Imperative Guy! Just a few week's from one of Doctor Who's most intriguing episodes and I am still thrilled about it! Extremis was truly one of the best episodes in recent years! I have to admit that I am still excited with the way they handled all the… Continue reading Extremis: Living in a Computer Simulation. Transhumanism in Popular Culture (Part 3)

Welcome to the DOLLHOUSE: Transhumanism in Popular Culture (Part 2)

It has been quite some time dear friends of The ComicBook Imperative! It's me, your friendly neighbour, the ComicBook Imperative Guy! This time round, I want to share with you a thrilling show, that I only just had the chance to watch properly. That series is Joss Whedon's Dollhouse, starring Eliza Dushku. Bit late to the party,… Continue reading Welcome to the DOLLHOUSE: Transhumanism in Popular Culture (Part 2)

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)