Providing the End hasn’t befallen humanity by time of publication, Tim explores the strange history of apocalyptic predictions and the fateful tidings of the Prophet Hen of Leeds.
Vada’s recommended articles and favourites.
Artist Conor Collins gives his take on why the British are too intimidated by art. It’s all the French’s fault. Or is it something deeper?
Ed Cripps reviews The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, fighting his way past a dragon, a huddle of dwarves and over-dramatic debates about frame rates…
Ash looks back at a simpler, Lycra-clad time as he revisits the wonder of the 1966 release Batman: The Movie.
Tim asks the elephant-in-the-room question no one else seems to be: ‘What’s the point of marriage anyway?’
Gabriel speaks to Lizette Lizette, a bright young musician from Stockholm making moves in London’s East End.
Marten’s getaway weekend in the Austrian Alps brings a few surprises when he meets Daniel and Peter.
To celebrate the launch of Marten Weber’s new book we would like to invite you to Empire in Leeds and meet the team behind Vada.
Roy Ward takes us through the world of dragons, hacking, slashing and same-sex bonking in RPGs.
Tim Boden anticipates the release of The Hobbit and tries to suss out the magic behind turning a 200 page book into a cinematic trilogy…