GRAPHIC NOVEL REVIEW: THE RESIDENT TOURIST (PART 7)

At the launch of the seventh edition of Troy Chin’s The Resident Tourist held at Books Kinokuniya, the author himself mentioned to me that my reviews of his books are ‘biased’. Meaning that my glowing assessments of his work are somehow less than objective due to the fact that I Continue Reading

GEEK OUT! SOYLENT GREEN: A RETROSPECTIVE ASSESSMENT BY MARIA RAMOS

Soylent Green on Energy Use, Pollution, and Overpopulation 1973’s Soylent Green may be best known for being people, but this classic of dystopian science fiction is much more than a catchphrase. At its heart, Soylent Green is a story of an overtaxed world, class disparity, and the trade-offs that humanity Continue Reading