April 26, 2017

Nicholas Burroughs.

Minimalism is not a lack of something. It's simply the perfect amount of something.

Posted by dean at 11:03 PM

March 31, 2017


Ou Se Trouve (Shia) LaBeouf?

Posted by dean at 10:31 PM

March 04, 2017

Neil Kulkarni, Eight.

'Mass memory' is some bullshit, isn't it?

Posted by dean at 12:13 AM

February 09, 2017

Jonathan Hickman, Nineteen.

'What's an origin, but a story? What's my story, but a lie? We all love our stories, don't we?'

Posted by dean at 10:13 PM

February 01, 2017

Jonathan Hickman, Eighteen.

'It's reality displacement. They're attacking the tangible world with language. Understand?'

Posted by dean at 09:50 PM

January 19, 2017

Jonathan Hickman, Seventeen.

The nothing space of destroyed universes.

Posted by dean at 10:17 PM

January 06, 2017

Jonathan Hickman, Sixteen.

'I'm repeating myself now because there's less of me.'

Posted by dean at 09:28 PM

December 28, 2016

Neal Adams.

An artist's style is everything they do wrong.

Posted by dean at 10:38 PM

December 20, 2016

Jonathan Hickman, Fifteen.

'I suppose fate is simply the external manifestation of our character's established limitations.'

Posted by dean at 09:07 PM

December 13, 2016

Neil Kulkarni, Seven.

When, in modern discourse, we refer to the ongoing 'narrative', 'prevalent', 'dominant' or otherwise, we really mean 'bullshit', don't we? The prevailing ongoing bullshit. The dominant bullshit. The widespread shared bullshit.

Posted by dean at 09:48 PM

December 09, 2016

Charlie Brooker, One.

I reckon that's enough social media for one millennium.

Posted by dean at 11:14 PM

December 08, 2016

James Dean Bradfield, One.

It's a snapshot of a definite period in time. A lot of people think that the qualifications of a 'classic' rock record has got to be that it transcends its time. Well, I disagree. I think that sometimes a classic record is a snapshot of its time. It doesn't transcend the ensuing years, it just stamps that place and time, and that's what The Holy Bible does.

Posted by dean at 11:21 PM