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Comic Book Reviews

reviews | 10/11/2017

VOID TRIP #1

Void Trip #1 does what a first issue of any comic book miniseries should do. It offers the reader a glimpse of the personalities of the main ...

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Comic Books reviews | 15/10/2017

VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE

The port town of Stonehaven in northeast Scotland has come under the ...

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Comic Books reviews | 4/10/2017

MYCROFT HOLMES AND THE APOCALYPSE HAN...

Everyone knows Sherlock’s story, but what about his older – and apparently ...

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Comic Books reviews | 4/10/2017

VOICES IN THE DARK

Is the voice the seat of the soul? Sound engineer Hermann Karnau thinks so, ...

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reviews | 3/10/2017

ALIEN TOILET MONSTERS #1

We all love a good catchy title, and they don’t get more attention-grabbing than Alien Toilet Monsters. Sure, a standout, snappy title is one ...

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Comic Books reviews | 3/10/2017

GHOST STORIES OF AN ANTIQUARY 2

Leah Moore and John Reppion’s graphic adaptations of stories by M.R. James ...

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Comic Books reviews | 29/09/2017

MOMENTS OF ADVENTURE – COLLECTION TWO

Writer and artist Colin Mathieson thrilled us last year with his first ...

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Comic Books reviews | 29/09/2017

THE LIZARD

The foreword to The Lizard describes Martin Flink as the Scandinavian ...

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Comic Books reviews | 29/09/2017

ATARI SWORDQUEST

In the early 1980’s Atari had planned to release four interrelated fantasy ...

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Comic Books reviews | 28/09/2017

ALEX AUTOMATIC #2: BOKEH’S MACHINE

Alex Anderson was created by a government black-ops programme as an ...

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Comic Books reviews | 28/09/2017

THE SHOWDOWN VOL. 2: THE RACE FROM HELL

Like your comics bonkers and full of carnage? If so, The Showdown: Vol. 2: ...

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Comic Books reviews | 28/09/2017

P M BUCHAN’S HANGOVER

P M Buchan’s Hangover is a compilation of both horror, and black ...

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