Tag Archives: comics

Interview with Alejandro Jodorowsky

Here is an interview with Alejandro Jodorowsky from 1999. It’s fascinating – it helps if you like his work I guess. The Incal, written by Jodorowsky and illustrated by Jean ‘Moebius’ Giraud is one of my favorite comics. I am sad that I will be in Paris but not at the right time to catch […]

Three hundred mechanics, with comics on the side

Surprisingly, Three Hundred Mechanics has nothing to do with Seven Hundred Hoboes, although I see no good reason why not. It is a web site by Sean Howard listing 300 game mechanics (well, currently about 60). I like them. It’s like the ideas one occasionally has about game design, only with a neat formal twist, […]

Batman by Dostoyevsky

I’ve started reading Dostoyevsky’s ‘Crime and Punishment’ several times, but, while I appreciate the peculiar effect the book generates, I’ve never been able to get further than about one third. Luckily I won’t have to try anymore, since R. Sikoryak has remade the book in the style of an old-school Batman comic. Behold the adventures […]