Finally we can bloody talk about it!


The Comics Journal’s online presence has taken a turn for the better in the form of the Comics Comics crew. Dan Nadel and Tim Holder are at the controls and the comics world is a cooler, more arty place. Good luck, fellas. Long may you reign.

But the big news? The big news is that a certain Poodle will now be blogging over there as well as over here, so if you’ve ever wondered what the guy Grant Morrison described as channelling the Invisibles actually thinks about Morrison’s magnum opus, well… check this out

Bomb light in faraway windows: the Invisibles and Hauntology

8 Responses to “Amy Poodle vs The Comics Journal”

  1. plok Says:


  2. plok Says:

    March 6th was the Romans’ New Year, wasn’t it?

  3. plok Says:

    Whoops, there was another comment supposed to be in there too. I’ll just reproduce it here:


    Liking this, Amy!

  4. Botswana Beast Says:

    Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to be working at the moment, fans. But I’m sure it will be back up by the time you read this (my) piffle.

  5. Illogical Volume Says:

    Top Poodle!

    I’m gonna give The Invisibles another go with this in mind now, see what it does to me…

  6. It Burns Says:

    Someone at the Journal tells me, “Yeah this guy/girl Amy Poodle writes about the Invisibles!” I was literally beaming. This is so fantastic.

  7. Thrills Says:

    I’m coincidencing all over the place just now – just started an Invisibles reread at the end of last week, for the first time in yeeears. Be good to read it with Amy Poodle article in mind, as it’s good stuff!

    And I definitely also have problems with that ‘Anarchy for the Masses’ book, too. It sort of tries to take the interest and fun out of the comic? The Morrison interview’s a good ‘un, though.

  8. werdsmiffery Says:

    Excellent work! Loved reading it.

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