27th Jun2017

‘Deadpool #32′ & ‘Generation X #3′ Review

by Dan Clark

Deadpool #32 Written by Gerry Duggan | Art by Matteo Lolli | Published by Marvel Comics Who would have thought the character that would benefit the most from Secret Empire would be the merc with a mouth Deadpool? After the last issue, Gerry Duggan showed that Wade Wilson was more than random reference humor and […]

27th Jun2017

Catching Up with the Classics: ‘Amazing Fantasy #15′

by Dan Clark

Welcome to another addition of Catching Up With the Classics where I talk about a comic book series or story that I have failed to read up to this. This time I am taking a look at Amazing Fantasy #15. My Background: I have mentioned in this series how much the X-Men cartoon series impacted […]

26th Jun2017

‘All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #3′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Gerry Duggan | Art by Frazer Irving | Published by Marvel Comics After two issues of stirring adventure issue number three of All-New Guardians of the Galaxy goes in an entirely different direction. It is the type of issue that will catch many of guard with the drastic change in tone and story. […]

26th Jun2017

‘X-Men Gold #5′ & ‘X-Men Blue #5′ Review

by Dan Clark

X-Men Gold #5 Written by Marc Guggenheim | Art by R. B. Silva | Published by Marvel Comics If you want an X-Men book to feel like an X-Men book having them fight Sentinels is a good place to start. This series has been checking those boxes of what X-Men fans like to see in […]

26th Jun2017

‘Doctor Strange #20′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Jason Aaron | Art by Chris Bachalo, Kevin Nowlan | Published by Marvel Comics Jason Aaron and Chris Bachalo’s run on Doctor Strange is finally coming to an end. Oddly since issue twenty-one has already been released we have an idea of what the future holds for the character. Currently, in retrospective, it is safe […]

26th Jun2017

‘Anno Dracula 1895: Seven Days in Mayhem #4′ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Kim Newman | Art by Paul McCaffrey | Published by Titan Comics This has been a fun world to visit over the last 3 issues. Full of ‘new’ characters inspired by their classic literary counterparts, it is a new story that still feels strangely familiar. Kim Newman has pulled a Alan Moore by […]

26th Jun2017

‘Secret Empire #4′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Nick Spencer | Art by Leinil Francis Yu, Rod Reis | Published by Marvel Comics Nick Spencer continues Marvel’s big summer event with Secret Empire #4. This issue is short on shocking reveals but allows for some key character moments this series has sorely been lacking. We learn some of the mysterious motivations behind […]

23rd Jun2017

‘Tekken #2′ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Cavan Scott | Art by Andie Tong | Pubished by Titan Comics Tekken #1 ran the entire gauntlet of expectations and missed opportunities. There was a whole ton of nifty ideas floating around, but very little focus and very little flow to the story. A pretty complicated back story (good) gave way to […]

23rd Jun2017

‘The Defenders #1′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Brian Michael Bendis | Art by David Marquez | Published by Marvel Comics Marvel can seemingly never get their timing right when it comes to the Netflix series obvious tie-ins. Recently both the Luke Cage and Jessica Jones solo series came out long after their Netflix shows debuted, and now Defenders is being […]

23rd Jun2017

‘Star Wars: Darth Vader #1′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Charles Soule | Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli | Published by Marvel Comics When the previous Darth Vader series ended it was somewhat of a surprise. Story wise it made sense however it is not common for Marvel to stop a series that is so finically successful. Of course, it was only a matter of time […]

23rd Jun2017

‘Action Comics #981′ & ‘Green Lantern Corps #22′ Review

by Dan Clark

Action Comics #981 Written by Dan Jurgens | Art by Jackson Herbert | Published by DC Comics Superman haters often complain that it is impossible to construct a compelling story because he is just so powerful. How can you have stakes when your hero can do just about anything? Well with this arc Dan Jurgens’s answer to […]

22nd Jun2017

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Ravina the Witch?’

by Richard Axtell

Written by Junko Mizuno | Art by Junko Mizuno | Published by Titan Comics A bewitching and beautiful tale of an orphan girl who was raised by crows in a trash heap. One day, a dying witch gifts her with a mysterious magic wand and her life changes forever! Now, the human world is hers […]

22nd Jun2017

‘Flintstones #12′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Mark Russell | Art by Steve Pugh | Published by DC Comics It is safe to say that The Flintstones will go down as one of the biggest pleasant surprises in the history of comics. When the first promo images were released for this along with the other Hanna Barbera series the majority of the […]

22nd Jun2017

‘Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor #3.4′ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by George Mann | Art by Mariano Laclaustra | Published by Titan Comics Before I get going on the actual review, a quick mention for the fantastic covers that the Who titles have. All issues have multiple covers, ranging from photo covers, to fully painted, to cartoony. Once upon a time multiple covers were […]

22nd Jun2017

Needle in a [Comic] Haystack #5: ‘Moonlighters’

by Tara Marie

Hi! Welcome back to Needle in a [Comic] Haystack, where I tell you about where you should spend your money, because you are probably only buying cape comics, and c’mon, haven’t we all had enough of them? Today we’re going to deal with a brand-new series by Katie Schenkel and Cal Moray about teenage werewolves, […]

21st Jun2017

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Warhammer 40K: Will of Iron’

by Richard Axtell

Written by George Mann | Art by Tazio Bettin | Colour by Erica Erin Angiolini | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 112pp After a thousand years of warp storms, the Calaphrax Cluster has re-opened to the universe, and Baltus and his fellow Dark Angel Space Marines join a strike force sent to explore and […]

21st Jun2017

Panel Discussion #37

by Kieran Shiach

Hello again, and welcome to the recently resurrected Panel Discussion. I’m Kieran, and every week I’m going to go through some of the best comics of the week to give you an idea what you should pick up that you might have missed. This is another stacked week with some fantastic first issues and great […]

21st Jun2017

‘Batman #24′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Tom King | Art by Clay Mann | Published by DC Comics Many have already heard of the big reveal that happens on the final page of this issue, and for those who have not been staying current with this Batman series, it may seem strange from afar. In reality, it is a major character moment […]

21st Jun2017

‘Freeway Fighter #2′ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Andi Ewington | Art by Simon Coleby | Published by Titan Comics A little style over substance last issue, or perhaps a book finding its feet and a writer finding his tone. Although the fighting fantasy books themselves are derivative of other genres, or ‘inspired by’ to be kinder, the format of multiple […]

20th Jun2017

‘Aquaman #24′ and ‘Superman #24′ Review

by Dan Clark

Aquaman #24 Written by Dan Abnett | Art by Scot Eaton, Wayne Faucher | Published by DC Comics Aquaman is best as a series when it is basically Game of Thrones underwater. The Crown of Atlantis arc has pretty much been that as Aquaman has been fighting to hold his crown despite the dirty politics and backstabbing that […]

20th Jun2017

‘Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #3.6′ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by George Mann | Art by I.N.J Culbard | Published by Titan Comics It says a lot for the editorial team on this title that even though it has already, in its mere six issues, had a multitude of writers and artists it still manages to continue an interesting ongoing central plot while building […]

20th Jun2017

Catching Up With the Classics: ‘The Sandman Vol.1 – Preludes & Nocturnes’

by Dan Clark

Welcome to another addition of Catching Up with the Classics where I talk about a comic book series or story that I have failed to read up to this. This time I am taking a look at The Sandman Vol 1: Preludes and Nocturnes. My Background: If I am being honest Neil Gaiman’s work can be […]

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