Comic Books at Kelvingrove: Quite Frankly Brilliant

  Scottish culture is no stranger to comics – with many of our childhoods filled with the tales of such stalwarts as The Broons, Desperate Dan, and Oor Wullie. Crime novelist Denise Mina penned a Glasgow-set Hellblazer tale entitled Empathy is the Enemy; and the nature of mythology and the artistic tendencies of the Scots … Continue reading Comic Books at Kelvingrove: Quite Frankly Brilliant

The Romantic Comedy… or how I learned to stop hating, and love “Four Weddings and a Funeral”

Contains Spoilers. Big ones… as in Tower of London sized spoilers. So read on at your peril. Romantic comedies… One can describe them simply as a genre of light-hearted films, focusing on a central relationship between two people destined to be together, with an assorted cast of background players, with an ultimately upbeat ending (generally). … Continue reading The Romantic Comedy… or how I learned to stop hating, and love “Four Weddings and a Funeral”