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Reviews: The Broker

October 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

The Broker Wayne Talbot, Ruairi Coleman, Brian Corcoran, Timothy Brown, Miriam Abuin I had some time to spare and was passing through Birmingham, going from New Street station to Moor St station, and I exited...

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Joshua N’Gon – Last Prince of Alkebulahn, Anthony Hewitt, Marksman Studios Short version: the best piece of science fiction I have read this year –  I absolutely loved the imaginative ideas and fabulous characters in...

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Reviews: John Boyega in Woyzeck

May 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

Woyzeck Old Vic, runs from 15th May to 24th June 2017 Spoilers. This is a raw, edgy tragedy; hauntingly beautiful and viscerally portrayed with adept brilliance. The performances had the audience roaring in laughter with...

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Enniskillen Comic Fest

May 12, 2017 | 0 Comments

A warm welcome, great atmosphere, fantastic guest line up and variety of dealers made for a day that exceeded my expectations, hosted in the uniquely beautiful venue of Enniskillen Castle. There is something to be...

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Celebrating Forty Years of 2000 AD l – 5th May 2017 A brilliantly eclectic evening with a fabulous cast of 2000 AD creators, looking back at the history of the Galaxy’s Greatest comic from their perspectives...

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The Victoria Gallery and Museum is in a beautiful listed red-brick building, holding an imposing position in the knowledge quarter of Liverpool. With its Gothic turret, it is surrounded by a vast array of buildings...

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To do in May: the Enniskillen ComicFest

March 30, 2017 | 0 Comments

Enniskillen ComicFest is on the 5th and 6th May 2017, and the main event is taking place in the beautifully historic Enniskillen Castle. The guest list is absolutely stunning with a slew of Irish and...

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Reviews: Carrie & Rufus – Apocalypse, wow

March 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Carrie & Rufus, Ben Hennessy Highly recommended is the name if the game around here, and last year when I saw sample pages of Carrie and Rufus by Ben Hennessy at Thought Bubble, I was...

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One of the compelling hallmarks of the forty years of Judge Dredd tales is that, unlike many long-running comics series which periodically hit the reset button, Dredd’s history is mostly continual and past events can...

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Beyond 2000 AD exhibition at Orbital

February 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

Beyond 2000 AD: The Wider Cultural Impact Of The Galaxy’s Greatest Comic at Orbital Comics Orbital Comics in London is hosting a different and eclectic exhibition to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of 2000AD by bringing...

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