Love. The Fox (Magnetic Press)
Written by Frederic Brrémaud
Illustrated by Federico Bertolucci
From time to time I find myself staring at my double screens in my basement office, wondering why I’m not lying in the grass on an island paradise and watching the fauna go about their daily business. Then I opened the pages of Love. The Fox and I was there! This book is reminiscent of all the beautiful, animal stories that I read as a child (The Jungle Book, Cinnabar the One O’clock Fox, and Redwall all come to mind). From the first pages, I was enchanted. Continue reading
Earlier this year the crew over at IDW released the hard cover of the Graphic Novel adaptation of Harlan Ellison’s second draft teleplay of the famous Star Trek original TV series episode “City on the Edge of Forever.” This is one of the most famous and well-loved episodes of the original series as well as one of the most controversial.
There are two things that make “City on the Edge of Forever” stand out in the Star Trek canon. The first is that it is a fantastic episode. It was well designed, well-acted, it guest stars a young Joan Collins, and had a tragic ending. The other was that it was written by science fiction titan Harlan Ellison and then changed, pretty much beyond recognition, by Star Trek show runners. Continue reading
The theme this month here at Therefore I Geek is addressing depression and how we deal with it, and I am happy to give my input on the matter. There are few things that make the world right as quickly and easily as sliding into my favorite spot and enjoying a few hours playing a game; it brings me great comfort. Anyone who follows my articles knows that I tend toward the role-playing type of immersive experience: Dark Souls, Skyrim, Dragon’s Dogma, Final Fantasy, etc. Continue reading
Since starting Therefore I Geek, we’ve had the good fortune to be able to share quality independant projects that are in need of a little crowdfunding. Recently we had the oppurtunity to discuss one such project, The Man With Ten Thousand Eyes, with its creator Joe Badon. Make sure to head on over and support Joe and his project.
Therefore I Geek: Why don’t you tell us a little about yourself to get started?
Joe Badon: My name is Joe Badon. I’m 38 years old. I live in Slidell, Louisiana (where I was born and raised). It’s just outside of New Orleans.
I’ve been a freelance illustrator since 2008. I have a wife and two teenager girls (and a dog).
TIG: How did you get into comics?
JB: I started reading comics at a pretty young age. My dad had Zapp Comix and underground hippie comics and my older brother had Marvel and DC Comics. I always leaned toward the weirder stuff. Continue reading