01st Apr2013

Panel Discussion with Jack Kirby

by Jack Kirby

When Phil asked if I’d be interested in writing a regular comics column for the new site, I was happy to confirm that I most certainly was. In my mid to late teens I’d started picking up or being lent the odd graphic novel with some of Alan Moore’s stuff and Dark Horse’s The Mask […]

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28th Mar2013

‘Stitched: Volume One’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Story by Garth Ennis | Script & Art by Mike Wolfer | Published by Avatar Press | Distributed by Titan Books | Format: Paperback, 176pp Garth Ennis, creator of one of my favourite comics of all time, The Boys, and the gloriously OTT ultra-violent horror comic Crossed, is back once again with another slice of […]

17th Mar2013

Cinebook Graphic Novels Review

by Jack Kirby

Cinebook are a comics publisher that specialise in European fare. I’ve been lucky enough to receive a handful of their latest titles for review. The selection seems to cover pretty much every genre of boy’s own-style adventure you could think of, from space opera to World War II tales, via pirates and spies, stopping off […]

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14th Mar2013

‘Dead Space: Liberation’ Review

by Phil Wheat

DEAD SPACE: LIBERATION Written by Ian Edginton | Art by Christopher Shy | Published by Titan Books | Format: Hardback, 128pp The third in the series of Dead Space graphic novel tie-ins, Dead Space: Liberation once again is drawn by Christopher Shy, who took over artwork duties in the previous book, Salvage, however this time […]

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01st Mar2013

‘Beezlebabe #1′ Review

by Phil Wheat

Gentlemen Comics is a new publishing company exclusively showcasing and selling adult-themed graphic novels and at the tail-end of last year they officially launched the company’s website, releasing thirteen original titles available for online purchase: Maya, Scarlet Lady, Krystopia, Beezlebabe, F.E.R.A.L., Conquest of Semal, Sexual Tension, The Trap, Revenge of the Ravaged, Winter in India, Miss […]

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31st Jan2013

‘Death Springs #1′ Review

by Jack Kirby

Written by Brady Sullivan | Pencil/inks by JC Grande | Colours by Jessie Alley | Letters by Fred C. Stresing I’ve been working on my comic-reading this year, so I was more than happy to read the first issue of Death Springs when asked. Death Springs is a western set comic with some pleasing cross-genre […]

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15th Dec2012

‘Bearlands’ Review – Issue #0 & #1

by Phil Wheat

BEARLANDS #0: FIRST EDITION Writer: Jeremy Biggs | Artist: Bakki | Published by Subversive Comics Released by Subversive Comics, Bearlands #0 comes from writer Jeremy Biggs, who worked on the Ford Brothers acclaimed zombie flick The Dead, and tells yet another zombie tale – this ones deals with a post-apocalyptic world infested by hordes of […]

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