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The Phoenix Comic is, in my humble opinion, the very best children’s comic out there in my humble opinion. You can find The Phoenix at your local comic shop (if they don’t stock it, well that...

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Stuff (& Possibly Nonsense) #107

April 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

Fancy a quick spin round some comics and SF news? Yeah, me too…...

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Godshaper #1, Simon Spurrier, Jonas Goonface, Boom Studios Here’s an intriguing and unusual wee story just starting this week from Spurrier and Goonface with the first issue of Godshaper. In this world, for some as...

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Rejoice, fans of France-based, Roman-era comics! Astérix The Gaul is back with a new adventure. In this new book, the 37th in the series, Asterix and his trusted friend Obélix find themselves entangled in Caesar’s...

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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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Megazine 383 Preview… out 12th April

April 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

Latest Megazine – out 12th April. Inside, four strips and the usual text features. This month there’s interviews with Dermot Power, Alex De Campi, David Aja and Kei Zama. Plus new comic features on The...

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Comics on Instagram are nothing new. There’s plenty of webcomics that also try that visual social media par excellence to broaden their audience, from Cyanide and Happiness to Fran Krause’s fairly excellent Deep Dark Fears...

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This weeks 2000AD, out Wednesday 12th April…. Inside this Prog…. Judge Dredd: Harvey by John Wagner and John McCrea Defoe: Diehards by Pat Mills and Colin MacNeil Brink: Skeleton Life by Dan Abnett and INJ...

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Another week, another issue of the brilliant comic for children The Phoenix arrives through the letterbox. Definitely the very best children’s comic out there in my humble opinion. You can find The Phoenix at your local...

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World War Tank Girl #1, Alan Martin, Brett Parson, Titan Comics (cover art by Shaky Kane) I’d somehow managed to hear anything about this in advance, but that fabulous Shaky Kane cover artwork grabbed my...

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