Jonny Stone

Jonny Stone is a Glaswegian writer who loves comic books, live music and was THIS close to doing a dissertation on Storm's hair.
  • Rat Queens #13 Review

    Image Comics’ stellar fantasy series Rat Queens returns for its 13th issue, with writer Kurtis J. Wiebe and artist Tess Fowler delivering another outing of “sass and sorcery.” The issue sees each queen embark on their own mini-story while at Mage University, briefly separated while Hannah attempts to resolve...
  • Rat Queens #12 Review

    Image Comics’ stellar fantasy series Rat Queens returns for its 12th issue, with writer Kurtis J. Wiebe and artist Tess Fowler delivering another outing of “sass and sorcery.” Carrying on from #11’s cliff hanger, which saw a bounty hunter draw a blade on Betty while she slept, Violet drunkenly...
  • Bitch Planet #5

    This week sees the return of Image Comics’ satirical, dystopic series Bitch Planet, written by Kelly Sue de Connick and illustrated by Valentine de Landro; following on from last issue’s depiction of Kam and her team of inmates’ first Megaton practice, #5 sees the women have their first hands-on...
  • Rat Queens #11 Review

    After what feels like an eternity, readers of Rat Queens can finally enjoy their latest fix of “sass and sorcery” as it returns for its 11th issue, with writer Kurtis J Wiebe at the helm with new permanent artist Tess Fowler. The last issue saw the queens rescue Palisade...
  • Orange is the New Black Review: 3.13 Review

    Take a deep breath and accept that, alas, season three of Orange is the New Black has come to an end. The aptly titled “Trust No Bitch” serves to tie up some loose ends from throughout the series, such as closure on the seemingly endless Norma Christ storyline, as...
  • Orange is the New Black Review: 3.11/12 Review

    The episodes reviewed in this article contain scenes referring to rape and transphobia. As is typical with Orange is the New Black, tensions are high in Litchfield. Episodes 11- “We Can Be Heroes”- and 12- “Don’t Make Me Comes Back There”- continue to develop stories that have been bubbling...
  • Orange is the New Black Review: 3.9/10 Review

    TW: The episodes reviewed in this article contain scenes of rape and transphobia. Orange is the New Black continues with episodes 9 and 10, entitled “Where my Dreidel at?” and “A Tittin’ and a Harin’” respectively. Episode 9 sees Leanne attempt to bring structure to Norma’s ever-expanding cult and...
  • Orange is the New Black Review: “Tongue Tied”/”Fear and Other Smells”

    Episode 7 of Orange is the New Black, entitled “Tongue Tied,” sets the wheels in motions for several important storylines for the rest of the season, with important development in the follow up episode “Fear and Other Smells.” In episodes 7 and 8, for example, the audience sees Norma’s...
  • Orange is the New Black 3.5/6 Review

    Episode 5 of Orange is the New Black– entitled “Fake it til you fake it some more”- sees the prison look into hiring a new job crew, with a mystery job paying a full dollar an hour. This sends the inmates into a competitive frenzy and creates a buzz throughout...