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Reviews: walk like an Egyptian – Pantheon

April 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

Pantheon, Hamish Steele, Nobrow Press “On the great sea of Nu a pyramid named Benben rose from the water with silent purpose. Benben flowered a lotus… And the lotus flowered the sun. The sun rose...

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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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The Fast and the Furious 8, Directed by F. Gary Gray, Starring Vin Diesel, Luke Evans, Dwayne Johnson, Charlize Theron, Jason Statham, Michelle Rodriguez The next instalment in the franchise that just won’t stop hitting...

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Reviews: Elizabeth Moon’s Cold Welcome

April 11, 2017 | 1 Comments

Cold Welcome, Elizabeth Moon, Orbit Books (Cover art by Steve Stone, design by Sean Garrehy) How have I gone this long without hearing about Elizabeth Moon? First of all, Elizabeth Moon is an amazing name,...

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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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Kim Reaper #1, Sarah Graley, Oni Press UK comics artist Sarah Graley has been making waves across conventions as of late, with two of her superb books; Pizza Witch and Our Super Adventure. A creator...

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The Sudden Appearance of Hope, Claire North, Orbit I knew that Claire North’s new book, “The Sudden Appearance of Hope” was about a girl who everyone forgot. I was expecting this to be a story...

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A Dark Song, Directed by Liam Gavin, Starring Mark Huberman, Susan Loughnane, Steve Oram An unusual supernatural story, set in Wales. When a young woman who is dead-set on her purpose teams up with a...

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Chalk, Paul Cornell, Tor Books (cover design by Peter Lutjen) The great publisher of SF&F, Tor, has been doing a cracking run of shorter books recently, some by new talent, some by existing, some very...

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Ten Minutes on Mars, Jonathan Fisher One of my favourtite albums from way back in the day was Black And White by The Stranglers, four men on top of their game with something to say...

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