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From Karl Marx to Andy Warhol, a roundup of the coolest graphic novels you could gift to a friend this holiday season.

Nine graphic novels that would make unique Christmas gifts

From Karl Marx to Andy Warhol, a roundup of the coolest graphic novels you could gift to a friend this holiday season.

Le Guin herself remarked that labelling the text as such was “adult chauvinist piggery”.

Why 'A Wizard of Earthsea' is more than just a children's classic

Le Guin herself remarked that labelling the text as such was “adult chauvinist piggery”.

Despite great moments of surreal comedy and heartfelt emotion, it felt like an unfinished piece.

All You Need Is LSD @ The Birmingham Rep

Despite great moments of surreal comedy and heartfelt emotion, it felt like an unfinished piece.

Family Fairy-Tale Fun with 'Wilde Creatures' that sadly fell a little flat.

Fringe Review: Wilde Creatures @ Pleasance Courtyard

Family Fairy-Tale Fun with 'Wilde Creatures' that sadly fell a little flat.

A “Weimar punk” style cabaret that is dark, dirty, and down-right delicious fun.

Fringe Review: Little Death Club @ Underbelly's Circus Hub

A “Weimar punk” style cabaret that is dark, dirty, and down-right delicious fun.

I've a gut-feeling about this one: 'Hunch' is one not to miss.

Fringe Review: Hunch @ Assembly Roxy

I've a gut-feeling about this one: 'Hunch' is one not to miss.

Taken by storm: the camp, glittery wonder of 'Thor and Loki' the musical.

Fringe Review: Thor and Loki @ Assembly Roxy

Taken by storm: the camp, glittery wonder of 'Thor and Loki' the musical.

Complete with budget wigs and props, two-man double-act PotterVision retell the majority of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone in just one hour.

Fringe Review: PotterVision @ Espionage

Complete with budget wigs and props, two-man double-act PotterVision retell the majority of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone in just one hour.

Though the practical complications were distracting, I left the theatre with a great feeling of catharsis.

Fringe Review: 1-2-1 Collective's 'She Taught Me How To Breathe Again'

Though the practical complications were distracting, I left the theatre with a great feeling of catharsis.

The exhibition marks the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of male homosexual acts in England and Wales, stating that by “taking 1967 as a starting point” they aim to “reveal new research into LGBT history”.

"Diversifying the narrative": an interview with Lisa Beauchamp, curator of ‘Coming Out' @ Brum Museum & Art Gallery

The exhibition marks the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of male homosexual acts in England and Wales, stating that by “taking 1967 as a starting point” they aim to “reveal new research into LGBT history”.

These films are outshone by more popular releases such as Spirited Away.

The top 5 underrated Studio Ghibli films

These films are outshone by more popular releases such as Spirited Away.

Anime films are rightfully becoming more popular, and these are the ones you should start with.

3 anime films you should watch

Anime films are rightfully becoming more popular, and these are the ones you should start with.

Marlowe's tragedy is reimagined with an all-Asian cast.

Review: Tamburlaine @ Old Rep Theatre, Birmingham

Marlowe's tragedy is reimagined with an all-Asian cast.

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