Wednesday, 30 May 2012

The Fist

The complete version of The Fist, which was originally seen on the Activate Comix site.

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Monday, 21 May 2012

Four Reviews of Science Tales

Various reviews of Science Tales. Check out the first review I saw which was in New Scientist.

Here's the text from the two page spread that appeared in The Observer.

On the science\tech blog Boing Boing.

And on the blog Headline Environment.

Saturday, 19 May 2012

Review of Science Tales in The Pulse

A fine review of Science Tales in the GP magazine, The Pulse.

"Darryl Cunningham has given us a truly lovely book! Essentially, it contains a series of clever cartoons  which tackle important issues with lots of humour. They skilfully direct us to the heart of the matter, stimulate critical thinking and debunk common myths, many of which are related to healthcare. Most importantly, they amuse us and thus make potentially boring subjects enjoyable.

In this book, Cunningham's cartoons tell us 8 stories: electroconvulsive therapy; homeopathy; the facts on the case of Dr Wakefield; the moon hoax; climate change; evolutions; chiropractic; and science denial. Each story is only about 20 pages long and explains complex issues simply but accurately. Cunningham takes a "no nonsense approach" and has a refreshing pro-science attitude. The best weapon against quackery, he seems to think, it is poke fun at it.

I predict that homeopaths and chiropractors will not like this book. Everyone else, however, should have a good look at it – chances are, you will love it, simply because it is lovely."