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Archive for June, 2004

By Jim Smith on 29 June 2004 Comments Off

Robert Morales wrote ‘The Truth: Red, White and Black’ one of the very best mini-series of recent years and in it he demonstrated an ability to use Captain America in a complex, intelligent way.

By Mark Clapham on 25 June 2004 Comments Off

‘The Mighty Boosh’ is cheap, and some of the ideas fall flat, but the great comic moments in the show are so good, and so inventive, that they’re well worth the wait…

By Jon de Burgh Miller on 16 June 2004 Comments Off

Last night, digital TV live streaming came of age, and it’s all thanks to Big Brother…

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By Stephen Lavington on 11 June 2004 Comments Off

In a desperate PR campaign this rather mediocre attempt at a 1970s style disaster movie tried to style itself as a dire warning to contemporary society. However…

By Mark Clapham on 07 June 2004 Comments Off

The final season of ‘The X-Files’ comes to DVD, completing collections on groaning DVD shelves across the country…

By Mags L Halliday on 07 June 2004 Comments Off

I’m not sure what Marvel promise the big writers to take up the core X-Men team, but whatever it is, it’s worth it…

By Stephen Lavington on 03 June 2004 Comments Off

The first volume in Titan’s series of reprinted James Bond comic strips (originally published in the Daily Express newspaper) dealt with one novel length story and one of Fleming’s better short stories.

By Jim Smith on 02 June 2004 Comments Off

You know the film that ‘Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone’ isn’t?