Raj from Land of the Meat Munchers

Land of the Meat Munchers – meet Raj.

Oct 25th, 2013 Featured incoherentboy 1 min read

As you might know by now, my debut novel Land of the Meat Munchers, set in a post-zombie apocalypse Singapore, will have its book launch this Halloween. And it’s my birthday too! Here’s the details: Venue: Books Actually Address: 9 Yong Siak Street Time: 730pm Here’s one last excerpt from my novel, centred on the third protagonist: Raj. There were fresh bloodstains on the newcomer’s blue…

Review: Hitchcock

Feb 12th, 2013 Featured, On Pop culture incoherentboy 6 min read

Verdict: Four stars out of five. Movie buffs will love this movie about a movie, and possibly the most influential director of them all. But it is not simply the story of one man’s battle with the studios and the censors to get his film made. Instead, it is about the key relationship behind it all: Alfred Hitchcock and his wife Alma Reville.

The Art Of The Brick

Nov 26th, 2012 Featured, On Pop culture incoherentboy 6 min read

Think of it as a (very) mini Legoland, one that still manages to awaken your childlike sense of wonder and awe, and at a fraction of the cost at $13. This is The Art of the Brick exhibition, now on at the ArtScience Museum at MBS, featuring 52 sculptures by the former lawyer and New York-based artist Nathan Sawaya.

Singapore Zombie Walk: The Undead Are Coming

Oct 27th, 2012 Featured, On Pop culture incoherentboy 2 min read

That’s right – tonight’s the night of the Singapore Zombie Walk, just in time for the Halloween weekend. Following in the footsteps of cities all over the world like Toronto, Brisbane and San Diego, comes Singapore’s first large-scale zombie walk.

STGCC: Spotlight On Andy Diggle

Sep 3rd, 2012 Featured, On Pop culture incoherentboy 7 min read

So are the rumours true: is leading British comic writer Andy Diggle taking over as writer of the Action Comics monthly series? And what does he think of the upcoming Dredd movie reboot, a character he worked on extensively during his tenure at British cult magazine 2000 AD? These were just some of the questions addressed at Spotlight On Andy Diggle, an hour-long panel on Saturday that I moderated at last weekend’s Singapore Toy Game and Comic Convention (STGCC).

Young people and old things

Jun 30th, 2012 Featured, Musings incoherentboy 4 min read

After three consecutive posts about my travels, I thought it was time to talk about something else. So I turned to a group of people I often speak to for work, and who personally fascinate me: collectors. . If you haven’t seen today’s Life! cover story, it’s about the growing trend among people in their 20s and 30s who collect vintage stuff to decorate their…