Follow Us:

  • 20 2017 February

    W.A.S.P. 2017 – the webcomics artist swap project returns……

    File this under another one of those things I always forget about. I really should set up a calendar with all those important comic dates shouldn’t I? Although in this case I’m lucky, as Sarah...

  • 20 2017 February

    The 2000AD Preview: Prog 2019

    The latest 2000AD – out Wed 22nd Feb…. And inside, we have this…. Judge Dredd: Deep In The Heart by Michael Carroll and Henry Flint Sinister Dexter: Electric Ladyland by Dan Abnett and Steve Yeowell...

  • 19 2017 February

    The Weekly 2000AD – catching up time… Prog 2017 and 2018

      Well, it’s been a while hasn’t it? Sorry, apologies, my bad and all that. I rather dropped off the old comics reading thing a while back, and the comics reviewing thing a way before...

  • 17 2017 February

    Stuff (& possibly nonsense) #99

    Here we go again, time for that weekly round up of all things news and comics related....

  • 17 2017 February

    Books: The Arthur C Clarke Award

    The annual Arthur C Clarke Awards – the UK’s most prestigious award for literary science fiction – doesn’t do a longlist, but in recent years they have instead taken to posting up a list off...

File this under another one of those things I always forget about. I really should set up a calendar with all those important comic dates shouldn’t I? Although in this case I’m lucky, as Sarah Turner has been in touch with full details of the event. (Quick note to anyone doing or thinking of doing...

Read More →

The 2000AD Preview: Prog 2019

February 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

The latest 2000AD – out Wed 22nd Feb…. And inside, we have this…. Judge Dredd: Deep In The Heart by Michael Carroll and Henry Flint Sinister Dexter: Electric Ladyland by Dan Abnett and Steve Yeowell Kingmaker by Ian Edginton and Leigh Gallagher The Order by Kek-W and John Burns The Kingdom by Dan Abnett and...

Read More →

  Well, it’s been a while hasn’t it? Sorry, apologies, my bad and all that. I rather dropped off the old comics reading thing a while back, and the comics reviewing thing a way before then. But hey, I’m back. The downside of course being that I’m dropping into all the storylines here, not an...

Read More →

Stuff (& possibly nonsense) #99

February 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

Here we go again, time for that weekly round up of all things news and comics related....

Read More →

Books: The Arthur C Clarke Award

February 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

The annual Arthur C Clarke Awards – the UK’s most prestigious award for literary science fiction – doesn’t do a longlist, but in recent years they have instead taken to posting up a list off all the books that were put forward for consideration. For this year’s award they received some eighty six titles from...

Read More →

Reviews: Kings of the Wyld

February 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

Kings of the Wyld, Nicholas Eames, Orbit Books Kings of the Wyld is the debut novel from Nicholas Eames, and it follows Clay Cooper, a retired mercenary, who was content to settle down and live out his old age in peace until his old band-mate shows up with a desperate plea for help that he...

Read More →

The Great Wall, Directed by Yimou Zhang, Starring Matt Damon, Tian Jing, Willem Dafoe, Andy Lau, Hanyu Zhang Matt Damon stars as a European merchant working his way through China to find the much sought after Black Powder. When he kills some strange beast on the wrong side of The Great Wall he is then...

Read More →

I recently encountered the vibrant John Higgins, and he made mention of a forthcoming exhibition at the Victoria Gallery Museum in Liverpool and a forthcoming book, both of which were exciting fans at the 2000AD 40th anniversary festival last weekend. Billed as ‘The first major retrospective of the work of Liverpool-born artist John Higgins, who...

Read More →

We’re all pretty stoked for the forthcoming Logan movie, which is released by 20th Century Fox in UK cinemas and IMAX on March 1st, which may be Hugh Jackman’s last outing in the Wolverine role he has made his own (and what a run it has been), and which sees a new, very young mutant....

Read More →

The Cartoon Museum have secured their position as the premier venue in London and indeed Britain for comic art exhibitions. No one is currently coming near in reflecting this hugely popular form of art, or according it the recognition not only that it deserves, but that people want to see. I arrive on a cold...

Read More →