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Reviews: Lara returns in Tomb Raider

March 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

Tomb Raider, Directed by Roar Uthaug, Starring Alicia Vikander, Dominic West, Walton Goggins, Daniel Wu, Kristin Scott Thomas Gaming icon (and indeed pop culture icon too) Lara Croft returns to our screens. This time we’re...

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The Highest House #1, Mike Carey, Peter Gross, Fabien Alquier, IDW Publishing The arrival of any new tale by Mike Carey is always going to ping my reading radar, be it comics, prose or his...

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Pirate Fun, Colin Bell & Neil Slorance, Do Gooder Comics  Ohhh, where to start with this one? It was sooo much fun that after finishing reading it I am sitting here with a huge grin...

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Punk’s Not Dead #1, David Barnett, Martin Simmonds, Aditya Bidikar, Dee Cunniffe, Black Crown/IDW Publishing (cover artwork by Bill Sienkiewicz) I am just old enough to remember punk, but also be a bit too young...

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The Night Lies Bleeding, M.D. Lachlan, Gollancz “The Night Lies Bleeding” by M.D Lachlan is a Gaiman-esque blending of myth and brutal reality. Deeply poetic in its narrative, this novel grips you in its sharp...

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We’re all eagerly awaiting the arrival of The Shape of Water, from the brilliant Guillermo Del Toro, which hits UK cinemas on February 16th, and stars Sally Hawkins, Doug Jones, Michael Shannon and Octavia Spencer....

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Reviews: Jade City

February 1, 2018 | 0 Comments

Jade City, Fonda Lee, Orbit Books Fonda Lee’s Jade City takes the reader deep into the richly envisioned city of Janloon, in the island nation of Kekon, the only location in the world where activated...

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Reviews: Downtown Detroit with Abbott

January 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

Abbott #1, Saladin Ahmed, Sami Kivela, Jason Wordie, Boom Studios (cover artwork by Taj Tenfold) Detroit, simmering in 1972, tensions between white and black at boiling point, stoked to an even higher pitch by racist...

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We’re all eagerly awaiting the arrival of The Shape of Water, from the brilliant Guillermo Del Toro, which hits UK cinemas on February 16th, and stars Sally Hawkins, Doug Jones, Michael Shannon and Octavia Spencer....

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Reviews: Sin du Jour returns with Gluttony Bay

January 17, 2018 | 0 Comments

Gluttony Bay: a Sin du Jour Affair, Matt Wallace, Tor Though bittersweet has often been the predominant flavour in Matt Wallace’s Sin du Jour novella series from Tor, the latest and penultimate installment, Gluttony Bay,...

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