12th Mar2018

Panel Discussion #49: February 2018′s Top 30 Comics (Part 2)

by Dan Clark

Welcome back to another installment of Panel Discussion – this time featuring a rundown of my picks of the Top 30 comics released in February 2018. This is part two, a countdown of books 15-1… But first the caveats: First and foremost this is simply my list and with that comes a great deal of […]

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09th Mar2018

Comic Concierge – Episode 4: Weekly Recommendations

by Dan Clark

On this week’s Comic Concierge we have Cosmic Ghost Riders, magical powers, giant dogs, and so much more happening in the world of comics. I take a look at some of the most notable titles from last week including my recommendation of the week: Thanos #16. This week’s books: (00:02:00) Thanos #16 (00:06:52) Doctor Strange […]

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06th Mar2018

Panel Discussion #48: February 2018′s Top 30 Comics (Part 1)

by Dan Clark

Welcome back to another installment of Panel Discussion – this time featuring a rundown of my picks of the Top 30 comics released in February 2018. This is part one, a countdown of books 30-16… But first the caveats: First and foremost this is simply my list and with that comes a great deal of […]

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10th Aug2017

Panel Discussion #43

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 […]

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02nd Aug2017

Panel Discussion #42

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 […]

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30th Nov2016

‘Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor #2.12′ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Robbie Morrison | Art by Mariano Laclaustra | Published by Titan Comics Last issue saw the arrival of Robbie Morrison on the book, and boy did he come flying out of the creative gates. Likewise for new artist Mariano Laclaustra. They threw us back in time to 1695 France, where Gothic shenanigans aplenty […]

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08th Apr2016

First Look: Thunderbolts #1

by Phil Wheat

Spinning out of the blockbuster Avengers: Standoff! crossover comes an all-new team of Thunderbolts – and here’s your look at Thunderbolts #1, the high-octane new series launching this May. Creators Jim Zub and Jon Malin take the Winter Soldier on a quest to assemble the original Thunderbolts – Moonstone, the Fixer, MACH-V, Atlas and a […]

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16th Mar2016

‘Heroes: Godsend #1′ Review (Titan Comics)

by Dean Fuller

Written by Joey Falco | Art by Roy Allan Martinez | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 32pp Once again we delve into the Heroes Reborn universe, where this time around we take a look at the character of Farah Nazan. For those that came in late Titan Comics are publishing several mini-series based […]

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19th Nov2015

Thought Bubble 2015: Post-Con Report & Interviews

by Mark Allen

The weekend of 14-15 November saw the annual Thought Bubble comic-con return once more to Leeds, and with it came a cornucopia of artists, writers, and their dazzling creations. Nerdly was on the scene the whole time, keeping an eye out for talented new creators, magnificent cosplay and, of course, invitations to alternate mid-con parties. (Sadly […]

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18th Nov2015

‘Heroes: Vengeance #2′ Review (Titan Comics)

by Dean Fuller

Written by Seamus Kevin Fahey, Zach Craley | Art by Rubine | Published by Titan Comics | Format:Paperback, 32pp Issue 1 of this 5 issue limited series was a bit of a disappointment to me, it must be said. The idea is sound; take characters from the Heroes Reborn TV show, and give them an individual spotlight, add more depth and interest […]

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06th Mar2015

Comic Book Developers Recognise the Potential of Female Characters

by Guest

It has recently become known that there are more female gamers than male, there was a general suspicion that the industry had yet to recognise this statistic. After all, the market is dominated by adrenalin-packed, male influenced titles such as Call of Duty, while similar titles and characters also command the attention of the mainstream […]

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03rd Jan2015

Ten Best: Comics of 2014

by Dan Clark

This marks the first time I have ever done a Top 10 Comics list. I will have to preface this list by saying I do not read a great deal of comics. In order to keep up with movies the way I do, my time to read comics is rather limited. However, thanks in large […]

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24th Nov2014

Thought Bubble 2014 – from a Tabler’s Perspective

by Jack Kirby

Hi all! Last weekend, my buddy Mat and I went to Leeds Thought Bubble Festival to sell copies of our all-ages, sci-fi/sports adventure comic book, Alien in the Outfield. Nerdly head honcho Phil asked me to document our experiences, so here is an exciting video that does just that. With thanks to… Mark Allen Ryan […]

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21st Mar2014

Panel Discussion #30

by Phil Wheat

I’m flying solo again for this installment of Panel Discussion, taking a look at one of my most-anticipated mini-series in years, Revolutionary War, as well as a couple of new Titan Comics releases – Batman: Arkham #2 and Arrow #3; as well as the independent Irish sci-fi comic Leap. Revolutionary War is split into a number […]

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15th Jan2014

Panel Discussion #29 – Titan Special

by Phil Wheat

A new year and a new installment of Panel Discussion and this time round I’m taking the reigns to talk about two new comics from the folks at Titan Comics: Batman/Superman #1 and Batman: Arkham #1. As with many of Titan’s UK-released superhero comics, these two issues are made up of already-released DC Comics, in […]

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08th Dec2013

Panel Discussion #28

by Jack Kirby

So Infinity (w. Jonathan Hickman a. Jim Cheung, Dustin Weaver) concluded what’s been an interesting if not exactly mind-blowing run. The Avengers return to earth to sort out Thanos and his nasty mates, Maximus of the Inhumans cracks wise and saves the world and Rocket Raccoon makes an all-too brief (like, one panel appearance). The […]

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05th Nov2013

Panel Discussion #26

by Jack Kirby

16th and 23rd October A double bill of comic talk this week kicks off with Image’s Rocket Girl #1 by Brandon Montclare with art by Amy Reeder. 15 year old Dayoung Johansson, a member of the New York Teen Police Department who travels back in time from a futuristic 2013 to 1986 to rectify ‘crimes […]

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21st Oct2013

Panel Discussion #25

by Jack Kirby

9th October Scott Snyder delivers nothing less than a tour de force in Batman #24 (art by Greg Capullo, DC Comics), continuing the Zero Year arc. This is a double-sized issue and Snyder crams in tributes to Bat-history (including a wonderful tribute to the cover of Detective Comics #27), well-placed cultural references and brand new […]

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18th Oct2013

MCM announce October’s London Comic Con guest line-up

by Phil Wheat

MCM Expo/London Comic Con returns to ExCel London on 25th – 27th October. As well as hosting a galaxy of great sci-fi, movie, games, comics, anime and cosplay content, they’ve also got their usual huge line up of special guests – with more guests being added all the time! see www.mcmcomiccon.com for the latest London […]

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13th Oct2013

Panel Discussion #24

by Jack Kirby

2nd October So it took all of one issue for the novelty of The Star Wars (#2, JW Rinzler, Mike Mayhew, Dark Horse) to wear off. I liked the curio factor of the first issue of this new series, which takes George Lucas’s first draft of the Star Wars script as the basis for its […]

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09th Oct2013

Panel Discussion #23 with Jack and Mark

by Mark Allen

This post is a little outdated, and that’s entirely due to my faffing around and taking far too long to read emails, so don’t blame Jack. Er, sorry. – M Jack I’ve recently been catching up with The Wake, Scott Snyder’s fishy tale on DC’s Vertigo label, illustrated by Sean Murphy, now on its fourth […]

07th Oct2013

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D Recap: “0-8-4″

by Mark Allen

One of the hardest things to tell with big-budget shows that categorically need to be successful is how much of each episode is what was originally intended by the authors and how much is network notes. In Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D‘s – sorry, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D‘s second episode, in which much of the action happens […]

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