20th Mar2011

Book Review: Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog – The Book

by Phil Wheat

By Joss Whedon, with Maurissa Tancharoen, Jed Whedon, Zack Whedon | Published by Titan Books | Format: Paperback, 160 pages I remember being first exposed to Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog by my best friend, who one weekend proclaimed “It’s amazing! You really need to see it.” Then came the all forum posts, “It’s amazing! […]

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20th Mar2011

Book Review: Deus Ex – Icarus Effect

by Phil Wheat

Written by James Swallow | Published by Titan Books | Format: Paperback, 354 pages “In the near future, with physical augmentation gaining ground and nano-cybernetics only years away, the dawn of limitless human evolution is just beyond the horizon, and a secret corporate cabal of ruthless men intends to make sure that humankind stays under […]

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13th Mar2011

Book Review: Runescape – Return to Canifis

by Phil Wheat

Written by T.S. Church | Published by Titan Books Runescape, the long-running free massive multiplayer online RPG, has recently broke free of the shackles of PC screens everywhere with a series of novels from author T.S. Church (the first of which we reviewed here) aimed squarely at the games many millions of players, and as […]

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18th Feb2011

Book Review: The Lost Fleet – Dauntless

by Jack Kirby

Written by Jack Campbell | Distributed by Titan Books The first novel in Jack Campbell’s Lost Fleet series begins strongly where other novels might end – in the aftermath of an enormous battle. The reader is thrown into the deep end and expected to catch up fairly quickly. We soon learn that Jack Geary, the […]

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15th Dec2010

Book Review: Runescape – Betrayal at Falador

by Jack Kirby

Written by T.S. Church | Published by Titan Books For the uninitiated, RuneScape is an online, multiplayer, fantasy game, set in a world of swordplay and sorcery. Players are free to explore the world of the game at will and interact with other players. Given that the game has ten million active users, this may […]

27th Nov2010

Book Review: James Cameron’s Avatar Collectors Vault 3D

by Phil Wheat

Published by Titan Books & Whitman Publishing | RRP £34.99 As you make your way through James Cameron’s Avatar Collectors Vault 3D, you will journey through stunning terrain that few human eyes have seen the world of the Navi, the 10-foot-tall blue-skinned humanoids who inhabit Pandora. They have a mystical connection to Pandoras natural world, […]

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26th Oct2010

Book Review: The Essential Superman Encyclopedia

by Phil Wheat

Written by Robert Greenberger and Martin Pasko | Published by Titan Books I found this book very hard to review, the story starts with a character called Abdul and his friends Abdullah and Abernathy, K. Russel then seems to jump from person to thing and back to person in a strange alphabetical fashion eventually ending […]

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18th Oct2010

Book Review: ICONS – The DC and Wildstorm art of Jim Lee

by Phil Wheat

Art by Jim Lee | Text by William Baker I’ve been waiting to have a look at this book since it was solicited in Previews earlier this year, and luckily Titan were kind enough to send us a preview copy. In case you haven’t read mainstream comics in the last 20 years, Jim Lee is […]

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