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Review: Red Baron

February 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

Red Baron Volume 3: Dungeons and Dragons Pierre Veys & Carlos Puerta Cinebook So far, this has been a difficult thing, I really enjoyed Volume 1, yet found Volume 2 a disappointment, lacking the punch of...

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Valerian And Laureline Volume 10: Brooklyn Line – Terminal Cosmos By Pierre Christin and Jean-Claude Mézières. Cinebook Well, with Volume 9, Châtelet Station, Destination Cassiopeia, I finally GOT Valerian And Laureline, finally found the brilliance, the sublime genius...

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Alone Volume 3 & 4  – The Clan Of The Shark & The Red Cairns By Vehlmann and Gazzotti Cinebook I loved the first couple of volumes Alone (yep, here and here), with its dystopian future,...

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Review: The making of the Marquis

August 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Marquis Of Anaon – Volume 1: The Isle Of Brac By Fabian Vehlmann and Matthieu Bonhomme, Colours by Delf. Cinebook Fabian Vehlmann’s writing is something that I’ve found mercurial and varied over the few years...

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Lucky Luke Volume 53 – Nitroglycerin By Morris and Lo Hartog Van Banda Cinebook Now, over the last however many years I’ve covered a fair number of the Cinebook editions of Lucky Luke. And they’re...

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Damocles Volume 2: An Impossible Ransom Script by Callede, artwork by Alain Henriet, colours by Usagi Cinebook Sorry, the Van Damme / Van Hamme thing just popped into my head and refused to go away....

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Review: Lucky Luke au Quebec

June 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

Lucky Luke Volume 52: The Beautiful Province Achdé & Gerra, in the style of Morris Cinebook Fifty two volumes in and Lucky Luke is the comic equivalent of an old, familiar friend, pretty dependable, multi-faceted,...

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Spirou & Fantasio Volume 8: Tough Luck Vito By Tome & Janry Cinebook Remember the former New York Mafia Don from Spirou & Fantasio in New York, Vito Cortizone? The villain cursed with terrible, terrible...

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Valerian And Laureline Volume 9: Châtelet Station, Destination Cassiopeia By Pierre Christin and Jean-Claude Mézières. Cinebook You know, I’ve struggled somewhat with my appreciation of this classic sci-fi series. My reviews of it have veered from...

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SAM Volume 2: Robot Hunters By Marazano and Shang Xiao Cinebook I reviewed the first volume a while back and in the end found it “In the end, SAM is entertaining fare, but flawed, lacking the cleverness,...

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