Shiny Shelf
By Mark Clapham on 03 November 2009 Comments Off

There’s a Criminal practice that takes up most of our – damn, I’ve already done that one.

By Mark Clapham on 15 October 2009 Comments Off

“It’s the 90s, and it’s time for… horrible painted artwork!”

By Mark Clapham on 10 December 2005 Comments Off

At last, a comic for people who want to see Captain America walking around carrying half his brain in his hand…

By Mark Clapham on 07 July 2004 Comments Off

After the cliffhanger ending to the first volume, and all the sound and thunder of the Jim Lee ‘Coup D’etat’ issue, ‘Sleeper’ returns for its second ’season’ with an issue that is just deliriously great…

By Mark Clapham on 20 February 2004 Comments Off

A tale of two series: one faded bestseller, and one under-selling critical hit. Can this crossover revive the fortunes of both?

By Jim Smith on 28 July 2003 Comments Off

While ‘Wildcats 3.0′ is not so much ’slow burn’ as ‘not having reached for the matches yet’, there’s no denying that it’s a right rivetting read, all the same.

By Mark Clapham on 17 June 2003 Comments Off

Marvel go where DC fear to tread these days, or so it often seems…

By Mark Clapham on 04 March 2003 Comments Off

No, Batman does not battle with a high fibre diet in this issue, no matter
what his expression on the cover of this issue might suggest (a memorable
image tragically missing from the illustration here)…

By Mark Clapham on 27 January 2003 Comments Off

Holden Carver is deep undercover. So deep, in fact, that he might never get out again…