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Reviews: Richard’s Best Of April 2013

May 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

Each month I (usually) end up reviewing a fair amount of stuff, but there’s lots to read on the blog and occasionally I worry that these great books just don’t get the exposure they deserve....

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Review: Halcyon and Tenderfoot #4

May 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

Halcyon & Tenderfoot Issue 4 (of 4) By Daniel Cifford and Lee Robinson Art Heroes Reviewing final issues of a series is always troublesome, especially short series. How to discuss the latest issue, and give...

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Review: Stumpy and the Living Stone

April 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

Stumpy And The Living Stone By James Evans Picture the scene; it’s a dark, moonlit night on the mean streets of urban Britain, a rat stumbles across a seriously down at heel pigeon, cradling the...

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Review: Dockwood

April 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

Dockwood by Jon McNaught Nobrow Press Now somehow, towards the tail end of 2012 I missed a few things that I really shouldn’t have, and through one reason and another I’m only just getting around...

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The Weekly 2000AD – Prog 1828

April 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

If you don’t know the drill by now, just over a year ago I was a 2000AD virgin, never having partaken in a dose of thrill power for more than a couple of weeks at...

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The Weekly 2000AD – Prog 1827

April 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

Until February 2012, I’d never read 2000AD weekly for anything more than a few weeks. That’s rather changed this past year of popping out to the newsagents every Wednesday. Okay, we’re very late with this…...

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Marvel Select action figure reviews: Rhino Spider-man, arguably, has the best rogue’s gallery in all of comics; from Doctor Octopus, to Kraven the Hunter, to the Vulture, but none is more intimidating than Aleksei Sytsevich...

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Check out Barbarian Hulk on the FPI webstore here Jason Aaron’s run on Incredible Hulk was very interesting, and explored the topic that Bruce Banner, was in fact the bad part of the Hulk/Banner character....

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Singapore Comics Special: Scenegapore by Miel

February 5, 2013 | 1 Comments

Scenegapore Miel Epigram Books After Sonny Liew’s introductory, scene-setting interview yesterday, here we take a look at the books Epigram have produced with local Singaporean talent, beginning with Miel’s Scenegapore. Here’s the man himself to tell...

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Review: Freddy Stories by Melissa Mendes

January 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

Freddy Stories Melissa Mendes Melissa Mendes’ Freddy Stories perfectly mirrors the qualities of it’s eponymous character: expressive, lacking in artifice, quiet with a use of sparing dialogue and yet so very effective. The crux of...

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