Die You Doughnut Bastards! by Cameron Pierce The first Bizarro book I read was Cameron Pierce's 'Lost in Cat Brain Land'. It was November 2010, and I was captivated by this collection of short, surreal stories. Two years later, I have read his latest collection that displays Cameron's transformation into a wizard of the short … Continue reading Absurd shorts and tasty treats: Die You Doughnut Bastards!
I read a fair bit in 2012. Mostly manga. Some of it was really trashy manga I bought for one dollar or two dollars, or something ridiculous like that. But I also read some awesome manga. Some of my all-time favourites: Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, Fullmetal Alchemist, Biomega. Tekkon Kinkreet and Claymore … Continue reading Best reads of 2012
Yeah, that's right. There are two new Carlton Mellick III books out now. A novel and a short story collection. And they're both awesome. Cuddly Holocaust: Brutally fantastic There was a time not too long ago where I thought Carlton Mellick's best work was his older stuff. Stories like Satan Burger, Fishy Fleshed, and The Egg … Continue reading New Mellick! Cuddly Holocaust/Hammer Wives
Kitten by G. Arthur Brown Kitten is a fantastically surreal story. It's like moving through a dream. The writing is smooth and the characters click. The plot moves along at a nice pace and while none of it makes any sense whatsoever, there's no real need to question it. Take the quirks with a sideways … Continue reading Get a Kitten for Christmas!
Space Walrus by Kevin L. Donihe I'm a fan of Kevin L. Donihe. I thought Washer Mouth was amazing. I loved the Flappy Parts. And Night of the Assholes was awesome. Yet, for some reason I haven't read his Wonderland Award winning House of Houses. But his latest, Space Walrus, is fantastic. Look at that … Continue reading The adventures of a space walrus