cyberpunk


Graphic Reviews: Heavy Liquid

Heavy Liquid While reading graphic novels has less of a stigma than it used to, I’ve learned to use my position as a person who works in libraries to advocate for graphic novels. This means making sure that I’m always reading new ones and catching up on any classics that […]


SitSoC Episode 94:We’re Talking About Blade Runner, Damn It!

But not, like, the new one.  Mostly the old one.  Also, we’re at a party so it’s a bit more distracted and drunk.  We also argue about what makes something Cyberpunk.  (Highlander 2 is not cyberpunk, btw).  What about Robocop?  Alien? Firefly?  We’ll definitively answer these questions and more!  Loudly!


Graphic Reviews: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Adaptations of any beloved material are a tricky tightrope to walk. No matter what you do, you’re likely to upset someone. If you don’t stick closely enough to the source material, then fans will feel betrayed (as films like I Am Legend and World […]


Graphic Reviews: Tokyo Ghost

Tokyo Ghost Science fiction has long been trying to answer the question of whether technology is likely to bring more good or more ill to humanity and society in general and in large part, cyberpunk has been a part of that conversation. Whether it’s Ghost in the Shell or Neuromancer […]


SitSoC Episode 71: Ghost washing. Shell washing? I dunno anymore

Where we review the new Ghost in the Shell movie and only make about four hundred factually inaccurate statements!  Also Spoilers! Also, Cait and Aaron join us!  Go watch the movie! Ignore the message of this movie and buy stuff, plz: http://aeither.net/shop


Graphic Reviews: Ghost in the Shell

Ghost in the Shell While I’ve been reading comics for a while now, I’ve long struggled to get into the other side of the graphic novel world: manga (and paired with it, anime). It’s a style that I’ve not developed a taste for and frankly, an entire culture in and […]


Graphic Reviews: Transmetropolitan

Science fiction is often hit or miss for me. I just don’t have the brain for hard science so the kind of science fiction that I enjoy tends to be more on the soft side of the genre. Due to my introduction to the card game Android: Netrunner, I’ve recently […]