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  • Saga

    I have been reading comics for a long time.

    Saga
  • Django Unchained

    ‘Django Unchained’ plays like a beautiful dirge.

    Django Unchained
  • Disney and Lucasfilm

    The merger between The Walt Disney Company and Lucasfilm will come as a shock to many, but really it shouldn’t. With the announcement in June 2012 that Kathleen Kennedy was taking over as Chairman of the company, with George stepping back, it was clear that he was making plans to hand Star Wars off to [...]

    Disney and Lucasfilm
  • Dracula vs Robin Hood vs Jekyll and Hyde #1 & 2

    Well, if nothing else ‘Dracula vs Robin Hood vs Jekyll and Hyde’ can’t be accused of decompressed storytelling.

    Dracula vs Robin Hood vs Jekyll and Hyde #1 & 2
  • Star Trek: Titan: Fallen Gods

    After almost two years, the latest ‘Star Trek: Titan’ novel is out.

    Star Trek: Titan: Fallen Gods
  • Ted

    Fun, but over familiar; if you’re bored of the Olympics and have seen The Dark Knight Rises, ‘Ted’ is a reasonable way to spend a couple of hours in an air conditioned room.

    Ted
  • The Dark Knight Rises

    So, we have, at last long last, the finale to the ‘Dark Knight’ trilogy.

    The Dark Knight Rises
  • UK comics round-up: Nelson & The Scarifyers

    Here’s a couple of recent British comics that are worth a look. I don’t know whether I can justify a round-up more succinctly than that, so only pausing to highlight the disclaimer at the bottom of this review, let’s get on with it:
    ‘Nelson’, edited by Rob Davis (the SelfMadeHero adaptation of ‘Don Quixote’, some great [...]

    UK comics round-up: Nelson & The Scarifyers
  • Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

    Slickly made, the film is captivating in its set pieces which utilise 3D post-production well, including a duel between Abe and a vampire in the midst of a horse stampede and recreations of battles during the civil war…

    Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
  • Beyond Watchmen

    When DC Entertainment confirmed rumours first reported on the Bleeding Cool comics news site that they were indeed going ahead with a ‘Watchmen’ follow-up, the fan reaction was predictably negative.

    Beyond Watchmen
 

Saga

By Julio Angel Ortiz on 07 January 2013

I have been reading comics for a long time.

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Django Unchained

By Julio Angel Ortiz on 02 January 2013

‘Django Unchained’ plays like a beautiful dirge.

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Disney and Lucasfilm

By Jon de Burgh Miller on 31 October 2012

The merger between The Walt Disney Company and Lucasfilm will come as a shock to many, but really it shouldn’t. With the announcement in June 2012 that Kathleen Kennedy was taking over as Chairman of the company, with George stepping back, it was clear that he was making plans to hand Star Wars off to [...]

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Dracula vs Robin Hood vs Jekyll and Hyde #1 & 2

By Mark Clapham on 22 August 2012

Well, if nothing else ‘Dracula vs Robin Hood vs Jekyll and Hyde’ can’t be accused of decompressed storytelling.

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Star Trek: Titan: Fallen Gods

By Julio Angel Ortiz on 13 August 2012

After almost two years, the latest ‘Star Trek: Titan’ novel is out.

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Ted

By Alex Fitch on 01 August 2012

Fun, but over familiar; if you’re bored of the Olympics and have seen The Dark Knight Rises, ‘Ted’ is a reasonable way to spend a couple of hours in an air conditioned room.

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The Dark Knight Rises

By Julio Angel Ortiz on 30 July 2012

So, we have, at last long last, the finale to the ‘Dark Knight’ trilogy.

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UK comics round-up: Nelson & The Scarifyers

By Mark Clapham on 03 July 2012

Here’s a couple of recent British comics that are worth a look. I don’t know whether I can justify a round-up more succinctly than that, so only pausing to highlight the disclaimer at the bottom of this review, let’s get on with it:
‘Nelson’, edited by Rob Davis (the SelfMadeHero adaptation of ‘Don Quixote’, some great [...]

Read More

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

By Alex Fitch on 21 June 2012

Slickly made, the film is captivating in its set pieces which utilise 3D post-production well, including a duel between Abe and a vampire in the midst of a horse stampede and recreations of battles during the civil war…

Read More

Beyond Watchmen

By Lance Parkin on 07 June 2012

When DC Entertainment confirmed rumours first reported on the Bleeding Cool comics news site that they were indeed going ahead with a ‘Watchmen’ follow-up, the fan reaction was predictably negative.

Read More