Emily examines how Supernatural is a series that is aware of itself and is a fully laid out Smörgåsbord of metafiction and intertextual references.
This year has seen the launch of The Mega Collection: hardback graphics of collected Dredd tales, hand-picked by 2000 AD. But is the first volume any good?
In the first of several articles, Emily explores how Supernatural's use of the supernatural makes for some incredible telly.
Created by Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen, is Descender going to be an SF comics series to keep coming back to? Emily takes a look at issue one to find out.
With Hamonix announcing that Rock Band 4 will be out in 2015 for XB1 and PS4, Emily explains why, even as a Guitar Hero fan, she is happy with the news.
Does Rankin's first ever novel, Knots and Crosses, book one of the Inspector Rebus series, still make for a compelling read in 2015? Emily investigates.
Having read the comics and seen the film, Emily explains why she thinks the film of Kingsman: The Secret Service does a better job than the original comics.
Emily talks about why the constant pace of action in comic book movies is not a good thing for the genre and explains why things need to change.
Emily checks in with issue 2 of Ryan North and Erica Henderson's interpretation of Squirrel Girl, as she faces up to her biggest, hungriest challenge yet.
In light of the recent casting announcements for the new Ghostbusters film, due for release in 2016, Emily talks about why she's not worried about it.