REVIEW: King in Black by Donny Cates

King in Black by Donny Cates My rating: 4 of 5 stars Good fun.Suitably crazy and entertaining as a follow-up to Absolute Carnage with unexpected tie-ins and a solid enough focus on Eddie and Dylan, the two focal points of Donny’s run on Venom. Could it have been darker? More violent/brutal? Sure.Were there a few…

My “art” and me… and other people…

Artist. It’s a term that I’ve always, ALWAYS, hesitated to use to describe myself or what I do or even really as a hobby. I’m a doodler. Well usually I suppose I sketch if anything… and by that I mean just randomly start drawing something with a pencil and then once my mind and fingers…

Giving Thanks: From me to you.

It’s been a wild few years since I decided to start writing as more than just a hobby and gave it a chance to be something resembling a career. It’s not been everything I thought: in some ways better, in some ways worse. There have been so many things along the way of all shapes…

Losing My Marbles: Meta Desi Comics News!

So quick post because I feel like putting this out there somewhere: I think I’m going to go banana’s by the end of this week. Comic Con Delhi is coming up this Friday and I’ve got 3 new comics releasing under our creator owned Meta Desi Comics banner – and to top it all off,…

To Change, Or Not To Change.

I’m posting here today on a topic that plays a lot in my heart and mind and at the end I wanted to raise some questions that I can’t ever set aside and I’m curious to see if anyone who reads all this has any thoughts on the matter: Life as a whole has hit…

The power of a picture to open minds.

I received this video clip on my phone and in a rare instance, really wanted to share it (originally from Huffpost somewhere/when). A photographer named Platon talks about how a photograph he took without even realising some details about what he was shooting turned out to be not just uniquely powerful, but also showed how…