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For the latest of our nosey looks into what comics, books, TV and movies have been catching the eye of some of our friends in the last year we have a special British writer triple-bill...

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Today’s look back at personal highlights from the last year comes courtesy of our own Continental Correspondent, the man who eats croissants shaped like Tintin’s quiff for breakfast, the Ephemerist‘s Wim Lockefeer, who selects some...

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Today’s Best of the Year is a double-header, with the first set of picks coming courtesy of British illustrator Darryl Cunningham, who is also, of course, FPI’s resident cartoonist now, delighting us all with his...

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Best of the Year – Adi Tantimedh

December 12, 2007 | 0 Comments

Today’s Best of the Year picks come courtesy of writer Adi Tantimedh. Regular blog readers will recognise Adi as the genius behind my favourite webcomic reading of the year, La Muse. Aided by Hugo Petrus’...

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Best of the Year – Steve Holland

December 11, 2007 | 0 Comments

Today I’m pleased to say that Steve Holland has contributed some of his comics choices for the Best of the Year. Steve, as many of you will know, is a life-long comics fan and staunch...

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Best of the Year – Kenny’s picks

December 10, 2007 | 1 Comments

Continuing our look at what comics, books, films and other cultural delights impressed folks in the last twelve months (you can see all of the posts by clicking ‘Best of the Year 2007‘ in the...

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Today’s look at favourite works from the last year comes courtesy of two of Britain’s finest exponents of the Ninth Art, Messrs Bryan Talbot and Leo Baxendale. Since Leo and Bryan are good friends and...

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Best of the Year – Mark Chadbourn’s faves

December 5, 2007 | 1 Comments

Yes, folks, it is that time of year, as we roll into the final month with long, dark nights (unless you are in the southern hemisphere of course) and the final pages of the year’s...

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