Pure by Julianna Baggott

Pure is a strange little addition to the Dystopian Genre. Oddly reminiscent of Warm Bodies (although not as romance-centric) it looks at societal differences, genocide and survival, while also conjuring up a pretty bizarre set of post-apocalyptic denizens to add to the mix. Pure is set in a world ravaged by nuclear bombs. The world…

The Enemy by Charlie Higson

There has been a dramatic increase in the last few years of young-adult books based around the apocalypse and zombies. Of this fact I am very pleased. One such book – and one aimed at a slightly younger audience than usual – is The Enemy. The basic concept is that anyone over the age of…

World War Z (2012)

World War Z has taken me a while to get around to reviewing as I have been putting it off and putting it off and putting it off… In some respects I absolutely love this film – it has transformed the way I view a zombie apocalypse, but in others I really feel that Hollywood…

Lazarus: Volume 1 (2013)

-Review by Paul Ewbank- I’ve said it before, but I really, really love Image Comics, and if you think you might like original, adult graphic novels more than recycled stories about guys in spandex then you should probably check out some of their titles too. As far as I can tell their business plan is…