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Song of the Sea Review

by spikedirectionon 07/11/2015
Song of the Sea is the follow up to Tomm Moore’s previous animation The Mystery Of Kells, and it continues much of the traditions of that work, highly stylised, beautiful art, charming magical realism and pure, concentrated Irishness, to the extent that the credits are in gaelic. The story concerns Ben, a boy living in […]

Magic Of Myths: Faerie

by Callum Tyndallon 16/03/2015
Magic of Myths: Faerie is an interesting prospect. It serves as a sort of side text to the core canon text of Magic of Myths (a review of which can be found here), exploring an aspect of the narrative’s world that has been somewhat alluded to before, but never fully explored. While Magic of Myths focuses on the […]

Magic Of Myths

by Callum Tyndallon 19/11/2013
Magic Of Myths is a good comic but not overly my thing sadly, seeming to be aimed at a younger audience. I say this because, although the story has a certain weight to it, I found it somewhat simplistic and it often felt like it was too light for the potential heaviness contained in the […]