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The Prisoner, Peter Milligan, Colin Lorimer, Joana Lafluente, Simon Bowland, Titan Comics Patrick McGoohan’s mind-twisting The Prisoner is pretty much the definition of cult television, a show that was as fascinating and perplexing as it...

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Reviews: the very stylish Doctor Radar #1

November 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

Doctor Radar #1, Noel Simsolo, Bezian, Translated by Ivanka Hahhnenberger, Titan Comics This is one of those comics that I must confess I picked up for a quick browse largely on the strength of the...

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Dan Dare #1, Peter Milligan, Alberto Foche, Jordi Escuin Liorach, Simon Bowland Titan Comics (cover artwork by Chris Weston; Dan Dare created by Frank Hampson et al) It’s no secret to long-time readers that I’m...

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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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Hook Jaw #1, Si Spurrier, Conor Boyle, ¬†Giulia Brusco, Titan Comics It’s around four decades since Pat Mills and Ramon Sola gave us the infamous Hook Jaw strip in the equally famous/infamous Action comic, which...

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Ring Of Roses By Das Petrou, John Watkiss, Trevor Goring Titan Comics Imagine England of 1991, but with nary a rave or e-fuelled teen in sight. Instead, picture a world where religion triumphed throughout history,...

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Reviews: back in the air – Johnny Red #1

November 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

Johnny Red #1, Garth Ennis, Keith Burns, Titan Comics Johnny Red was a character in Battle, a British weekly war comic of the nineteen seventies and eighties, well known and loved for many years, the...

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The good guys at Titan books facilitated an interview for James with, well let’s be brutally honest, one of his very favourite writers, and an artist he doesn’t stop talking about: Garth Ennis and Keith...

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Titan have three Doctor Who comics right now. But only two of them have comedy strips as back-ups featuring some incredibly talented FPI blog favourite artists, right? Nope, not true. Not any more. Titan have...

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Review: It’s totally (Extra) Ordinary….

October 23, 2014 | 1 Comments

Ordinary By Rob Williams and D’Israeli Titan Comics “I had this dream… I was dating Scarlett Johansson. I know! Thing is, it was one of those dreams where I was aware that it’s a dream,...

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