Interview with Peter S. Beagle – Author of the Last Unicorn

Books & Writing, Heroes of the Living Myth, Interviews, Short Fictions, Showcase

March 10, 2015

Interview with Peter S. Beagle

Date: April 21, 2014

(Back in April of 2014, Aaron Golden and Gregory Milne were lucky enough to get a chance to sit down with legendary writer, Peter S. Beagle, and his agent, Conner Cochran. They sat down and talked for a couple of hours about everything surrounding the creation, loss, and claiming of the Last Unicorn, but, sadly, the sound file of the interview was damaged. A lot of effort was put into saving that file, and we finally managed to get it transcribed a couple of months ago. At the time, we sat down and wondered about when the best time to release it was, now that we’d had to delay the interview so long, and considering what a gift we thought this interview was, it made sense to us, for us to release it as a gift to you. So, without further ado…)   


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Fifty Shades of Do Not Want

Books & Writing, Fail, Lifestyle, Showcase, The Truth

February 13, 2015

Fifty Shades of Grey is a textbook for abuse. It terrifies me that people are going to read this book or see this movie and think that this is an okay way to act, that any of the things that Christian Grey does are even the slightest shade of okay. They aren’t. As a fantasy, it’s alright – but this isn’t being portrayed as fantasy, it’s being portrayed as a blueprint and a relationship to aspire to.


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Books & Writing, Reviews

January 20, 2015

Someone once described me as a “myth-head.” I’m not sure how I feel about that, but I am a massive fan of mythology in general. I’ve got a pretty good grasp of some obscure mythologies and a lot of the more popular ones, and I like hunting down new translations and new legends and stories. There are some fascinating things to be learned about the people that built those myths and about how they still resonate with us today. (more…)

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Why Aren’t you Watching This? Constantine

Culture, Reviews, Showcase, Why Aren't You Watching This?

January 12, 2015

Constantine - Season 1“Hey, wanna watch Constantine?” I asked my friend.

“The movie with Keanu Reeves?” He scratched the back of his neck, looking mystified.

“No, no, there’s a TV series.”

“Is it based on the Keanu Reeves movie?”

“No, it’s based on Hellblazer, the comics that the Keanu Reeves movie was based on.”

“Oh. Uh, sure.” He sounded doubtful, but by the time we were done watching the first episode he was hooked. (more…)

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God of Comics 2015-01-07

Culture, God Of Comics, Reviews

January 8, 2015

This Week: IXth Generation #1, Amazing Spider-Man #12, Ant-Man #1, Angela – Asgard’s Assassin #2, Batman Eternal #40, Bullet Gal #7, Deadly Class #10, Eternal Warrior – Days of Steel #3, Hawkeye vs. Deadpool #4, Justice League 3000 #13, Lady Killer #1, Mortal Kombat X #1, Punisher #14, Red Sonja – Vulture’s Circle #1, Sixth Gun – Day of the Dead #4, Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #1 (more…)

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Banshee – The Screaming It Will Not Stop

Culture, Showcase

January 5, 2015

“Hey, man, have you seen Banshee?” a friend of mine asked me.

“No, never heard of it,” I answered, but I already knew I was going to. He had that look in his eye, that one that only shines when he’s found something unspeakably cool. “What is it?”

“It’s like a really drawn out heist movie,” he said, scratching the back of his neck. “Only, you know, it works.”


“I might not be explaining it properly. You have Cinemax, right?” (more…)

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God of Comics 2014-12-31

Culture, God Of Comics, Reviews, Uncategorized

January 1, 2015

This Week: Batman Eternal #39, Hawkeye vs Deadpool #3, Nextwave – Agents of HATE , SHIELD #1, X-O Manowar #31 (more…)

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God of Comics – Awesome Comics of 2015

Culture, God Of Comics, Reviews, Uncategorized

December 31, 2014

Bye, 2014! You were pretty decent, as years go – but 2015 is here, and bringing with it a whole slew of new comics and ideas to go along with them. Comics here might have gotten their start or been introduced in 2014, but have only just gotten started. Alternatively, these are comics we’ve only seen previews of and are looking forward to reading in the new year. Share our excitement, and book ’em now through your local comics shop or Amazon. (more…)

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Book Review – Cat’s Maw

Books & Writing, Reviews

November 18, 2014

Fourteen years ago, three kids living in the wilds of North Vancouver came together and changed the world. One of their number, Brooke Burgess, had a vision that he called Broken Saints, and with the help of the other two he fashioned one of the first online animated graphic novels. It was beautifully rendered and lovingly told, the final chapter released online twelve years ago with two subsequent DVD releases. (more…)

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2 years for Improv Against Humanity

Culture, Lifestyle, Showcase

November 17, 2014

Improv fans and horrible people of Vancouver have chanted “…3, 2, 1, humanity!” since 2012 and The Fictionals Comedy Company are to blame. This week is the two-year anniversary of Improv Against Humanity. A big bad show is waiting for you and not just once, but twice this week. The first show is at the Rio on Wednesday, November 19th. Then on Thursday, November 20th you can see it again at the Massey Theater in New Westminster. All the horrible people will be there and you should be there too. (more…)

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