Hey there guys ‘n’ gals, and welcome to yet another issue of Pulp, your home of all things comic-y! I hope you’re all having a grand ol’ time doing whatever it is you do. This week I’ve picked up a resurrected classic in DC’s reboot of their Vertigo series Lucifer.
There are a lot of reasons why superhero movies go wrong. It’s easy to forget just how long it took Hollywood to even get them this close to right; go watch The Shadow, or Meteor Man, or Batman and Robin if you want to know what a real superhero trainwreck looks like.
Lorne surfer Murray Walding has just updated his book SURF-O-RAMA. The original book was an amazing treasure trove of surf art, posters and music. The new edition packs in more boards, more posters and a forward by surfing legend Bob McTavish.
Hi there everyone! I hope you’re all having a swell week – I’ve just finished celebrating my birthday, so I’m writing this column slightly hungover and quite content. Unfortunately, the twin terrors of life and responsibility have come rampaging back from their brief holiday to remind me there are, in fact, things that I should be doing – primarily, reading comics!
Bon Scott is a legend of Australian rock and roll. The skinny front man from AC/DC had charm and charisma by the bucketful. He could sing, he could swagger he could play the bagpipes. During a period when Brian Cadd and Barry Crocker were topping the Australian charts, Bon was more than a breath of fresh air. He was the double strength Red Bull to music’s vanilla flavour at the time.
Hey there everyone! I hope you’re all having a grand ol’ time wandering around catching Pokemon – I know am – and, if by some miracle you’ve missed the phenomenon that is Pokemon Go: how on earth did you manage it? Bad weather and almost gale-force winds mean nothing to us aspiring Pokemon masters. But enough about mobile games – it’s time to talk comics!