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Owen Van Spall

Blogger, Journalist, Critic, Film Student

After years working in comic book publishing, Owen retrained and began freelancing as a journalist. He has written film, TV and culture pieces for The Guardian, New Statesman, local papers like the South London Press, plus other sites and magazines. He is currently studying for a Master's degree in Film History at Birkbeck, University of London.

David Lynch is Still With Us

Though he hasn't directed a film since Inland Empire in 2006, and rumours abound that he has <a href="http://blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/archives/abel_ferrara_says_david_lynch_is_done_making_narrative_films/" target="_hplink">retired from filmmaking entirely</a>, there are more ways than ever now to celebrate enigmatic director <a href="http://davidlynch.com/" target="_hplink">David Lynch</a> here in the UK.
11/09/2011 21:11 BST

Comic Books go to war- A Very Brief History of the War Comic

War comics have been around as long as comic books themselves -which means since the 1930s. Evolving out of newspaper strips, the modern comic book truly exploded in the United States with the success of Detective Comic's Action Comics # 1 featuring a caped character called Superman
23/08/2011 21:57 BST