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reviews | 16/05/2022

STAR WARS – BROTHERHOOD

When we first saw the fully-grown Anakin Skywalker and his mentor Obi-Wan Kenobi in 2002’s Attack of The Clones, we are led to believe that they ...

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Books reviews | 26/04/2022

The Wyndham Collection – Folio Society

John Wyndham is easily one of the most important science-fiction writers of ...

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Books reviews | 22/04/2022

HULK – FOLIO SOCIETY EDITION

There is something that is incredibly satisfying about a Folio Society ...

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Books reviews | 4/04/2022

ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK: THE OFFICIAL ST...

John Carpenter’s 1981 movie Escape from New York is often cited as one of ...

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reviews | 18/03/2022

Kill Team Codex: Octarius

Kill Team is Games Workshop’s small scale skirmish game that has gone through numerous design revisions over the years. The most recent version ...

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Books reviews | 21/02/2022

NORMAN J. WARREN: GENTLEMAN OF TERROR

If you read the current issue of STARBURST (issue 476 – limited ...

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Books reviews | 21/02/2022

PLANET OF THE APES – THE COMPLE...

Long before Star Wars was even a gleam in George Lucas’s bank account, ...

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Books reviews | 17/02/2022

THIS CHARMING MAN

Vampires don’t exist. Coggs says so, and he can only tell the truth or ...

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Books reviews | 14/02/2022

DUNGEONS AND DRAGONS RULES EXPANSION ...

Dungeons and Dragons Rules Expansion Gift Set  is an interesting choice for ...

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Books reviews | 19/01/2022

Critical Role: Tal’Dorei Reborn

Critical Role is a fantasy franchise founded on getting a bunch of talented ...

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Books reviews | 5/01/2022

SEVEN MERCIES

Elizabeth May and Laura Lam’s follow up to Seven Devils sees the renegade ...

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Books reviews | 22/12/2021

EVEN GREATER MISTAKES

Few short story collections are as complex as Charlie Jane Anders’ Even ...

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