Tag Archives: The Invisibles

Kissing Mister Quimper

Hermetic Library fellow T Polyphilus reviews The Invisibles Vol. 6: Kissing Mister Quimper by Grant Morrison:

Grant Morrison's Invisibles Vol 6 Kissing Mister Quimper

 

This sixth collection of Morrison’s The Invisibles doesn’t introduce much in the way of new ideas (and no new characters), but plays deftly with the ones put in place by earlier sequences. The emphasis is all on mindfuckery, with lots of discontinuous psychedelic sequences. One way to read it is as King Mob in bed with Ragged Robin, letting his drug-addled fantasy run riot until the Fight Club ripoff ending. Still fun. [via]

 

 

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Grant Morrison’s Disinformation Con Lecture

You’ve probably already seen this before, but I was reminded of this today; and thought I’d post it here. This is Grant Morrison talking about his own work, including The Invisibles, and magick, with mentions of sigils and Austin Osman Spare and more.

 

This is the entirety of Grant’s legendary 2000 lecture about Chaos Magick, comics, the occult, money and other topics.