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By Julio Angel Ortiz on 07 January 2013 Comments Off

I have been reading comics for a long time.

By Julio Angel Ortiz on 22 August 2011 1 COMMENT

Kirkman and Liefeld. It’s an indie comic dream come true.

By Matthew Badham on 09 September 2010 2 COMMENTS

Comics would be in a healthier state if more fans took a chance on something new. If you agree, then you could do worse than pick up ‘Elephantmen’…

By Mark Clapham on 05 July 2010 Comments Off

A few weeks old this one, but worth a mention now you can read the whole first issue for free online. It’s a new series from writer David Hine, who is doing a lot of DC stuff lately, and artist Shaky Kane, who has a bit of a cult following.
‘The Bulletproof Coffin’ is a remarkable [...]

By Mark Clapham on 28 April 2010 1 COMMENT

‘Turf’ may be written by Jonathan Ross, but it breaks new territory for celebrity written comics with a thoughtful approach to its vampires vs gangsters vs aliens high concept.

By Mark Clapham on 08 March 2009 Comments Off

Kirby your enthusiasm.

By Mark Clapham on 29 May 2007 Comments Off

We don’t often review comics we’ve covered in single issues again when they come out in collections, but then neither do I normally buy a hardcover edition of something I’ve already bought…

By Mark Clapham on 24 June 2006 Comments Off

A thief, his sister, a monster, and a flying casino. Welcome to the world of Casanova Quinn…

By Mark Clapham on 03 June 2006 Comments Off

It’s the ultimate team-up in history: Mark Twain! Nikola Tesla! Some guy with one hand to make the title make sense!

By Mark Clapham on 14 May 2004 Comments Off

It’s a good year for zombies. There’s ‘Shaun of the Dead’, the ‘Dawn of the Dead’ remake, a stumbling mob of forthcoming ‘Resident Evil’ games – and then there’s this comic, which has both a trade paperback and a new issue out this week…