What Would Boudicca Do?: Life Lessons from History's Most Remarkable Women
Books, feminism

Book review: What Would Boudicca Do?

I don't know if you've noticed but I can't get enough of these books about awesome women often forgotten by the history books. From Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls to A Glorious Freedom, and everything in between, there's something for feminists of all ages. My latest favourite is What Would Boudicca Do?: Everyday Problems… Continue reading Book review: What Would Boudicca Do?

Richard Ayoade presents The Grip of Film by Gordy LaSure
Books, Film

Book review: Richard Ayoade presents The Grip of Film by Gordy LaSure

I love Richard Ayoade. I thought he was great in The IT Crowd, I love seeing him on panel shows (particularly alongside Noel Fielding) and I thought Submarine was awesome. Oh, and I flipping love Travel Man. But I'm not a fan of some of his earlier work, particularly Garth Marenghi's Dark Place and AD/BC:… Continue reading Book review: Richard Ayoade presents The Grip of Film by Gordy LaSure

Books, geekery

Judging a book by its cover: Comics and graphic novels

A few weeks ago my lovely baby brother bought me this copy of Death of the Family (Batman: New 52). The cover is amazing and I immediately had to share it online. It got me thinking about other new, special and limited editions of awesome comics. As you probably already know, Batman is my favourite… Continue reading Judging a book by its cover: Comics and graphic novels