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Archive for May, 2009

By Mags L Halliday on 24 May 2009 Comments Off

You’ll have someone’s eye out with that…

By Bruce Kent on 20 May 2009 Comments Off

I love DC Comics…

By Mags L Halliday on 19 May 2009 Comments Off

I can’t seem to stop watching ‘Robin Hood’…

By Jim Smith on 15 May 2009 Comments Off

Our hero is a farmboy, raised in a desert by his Uncle. He meets an old comrade of his Father’s who tells him his Dad died a hero and that he should follow in his footsteps… sound familiar, at all?

By Stephen Lavington on 13 May 2009 Comments Off

The danger with satire is that it can swiftly become out of date…

By Jim Smith on 13 May 2009 Comments Off

Creating ‘Best of’ DVDs with running times of only three hours for two TV series that ran for 80 and 178 episodes respectively is going to be a thankless task, whichever way you cut it

By Lance Parkin on 10 May 2009 Comments Off

‘Star Trek’ is a franchise that, instinctively, ought to be strong and vibrant but which had ground to a halt.

By Jim Smith on 04 May 2009 Comments Off

Do I review this for the general audience that will, I suspect, flock to this dazzling, exciting blockbuster in droves or do I review it for my fellow long term ‘Star Trek’ fans?

By Jim Smith on 03 May 2009 Comments Off

With career-best art from Kevin O’Neill and a script that somehow evokes the atmosphere of a great twentieth century Marxist opera on a comic book page, ‘1910′ is nothing short of astonishing.

By Shiny Shelf on 03 May 2009 Comments Off

With four days to the new ‘Star Trek’ movie, we take a look at the first.

By Mark Clapham on 02 May 2009 Comments Off

Bub’ll squabble.

By Jim Smith on 01 May 2009 Comments Off

I’d like to say something new about ‘Star Trek II’, but I probably ‘’KHAAAAAAAAAAAN’T’’