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Lady Day, a century after her birth.
Scott McCloud's The Sculptor, Richard McGuire's Here and Joe Sacco's Bumf.
Another Soho landmark bites the dust.
Did Bourdin really cause a 20-year-old model to pass out when he covered her entire body with glue and pearls?
A pantomime villain imbued with the sophistication of Moriarty, Fu Manchu captured the imagination of a public already accustomed to lurid, exaggerated tales of vice among Britain’s Chinese population.
The latest novel by the author of Morvern Callar is set in a boozy, 1980s student London.
Recent torture pornographers such as Eli Roth arguably have aligned themselves with 1970s American horror auteurs not only to legitimise their work but to cash in on their rebel credibility.
Two recent graphic novels tackle subjects from feminist history.
By the mid-1980s, Dylan had long been playing down the notion that he was the “voice of a generation”. Such strategies failed in the long run.