Shiny Shelf
By Jim Smith on 09 August 2010 1 COMMENT

The renaissance in both the quality and the number of war comics which have been available in recent years owes a great deal to the work of Garth Ennis, who has almost single handedly revived the genre.

By Mark Clapham on 03 February 2005 Comments Off

Released in US cinemas in the summer of 2004 to a less than rapturous reception, this adaptation of Marvel’s most violent character has now turned up on DVD in the UK. Did it appear in cinemas? Well, possibly…

By Jim Smith on 08 August 2003 Comments Off

Garth Ennis hasn’t ever been one of comics’ more unreliable writers when it comes to getting stuff out on deadline. Not for him the long delays between issues a la Kevin Smith, or the sudden appearance of fill-ins…

By Jim Smith on 24 March 2003 Comments Off

Garth Ennis’ run on ‘The Punisher’ staggers wildly from intelligent handlings of serious and important topics to out-and-out slapstick…

By Jim Smith on 19 November 2002 Comments Off

Few comics are actually important. This one is. Buy it, you’ll learn something.