07th Sep2020

‘Hellblazer: Rise and Fall #1’ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Tom Taylor | Art by Darick Robertson | Published by DC Black Label I’ve always had a soft spot for John Constantine. Don’t get me wrong, man’s a complete tosser. He usually only does the right thing for the wrong reasons, self preservation more often than not, and yet he appeals to the […]

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27th Aug2020

‘Batman: Three Jokers #1’ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Geoff Johns | Art by Jason Fabok | Published by DC Black Label I think when everyone first heard of this upcoming book, they were both intrigued and confused. Three Jokers? Say what now? That’s to say nothing of the fact that the tease has been going on for 4 years or so, […]

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12th Aug2020

‘The Dreaming: Waking Hours #1’ Review (DC Black Label)

by Dean Fuller

Written by G. Willow Wilson | Art by Nick Robles | Published by DC Black Label Although at heart when I choose and read my comics I am a superhero guy, I do enjoy dipping into indie stuff and non-superhero stuff along the way. Variety is the spice of life after all. Although Superman, Spider-Man, […]

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08th Apr2020

‘Batman: Last Knight on Earth’ Graphic Novel Review

by Phil Wheat

Written by Scott Snyder | Art by Greg Capullo | Published by DC Comics/DCBlack Label | Format: Hardback, 200pp The world of comics has long been filled with different versions of Batman. He is basically the Madonna of comics, reinventing himself for each new generation: from Adam West’s campy portrayal, to Frank Millers’ Dark Knight, […]

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07th Nov2019

‘Superman: Year One’ Graphic Novel Review (DC Black Label)

by Dean Fuller

Written by Frank Miller | Art by John Romita Jr. | Published by DC Black Label | Format: Hardcover, 168pp My first thought on hearing about this book, when published as three oversized issues, was did we really need another Superman origin/ early years book? There’s been a few down the years, and for me […]

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17th Sep2019

‘Batman Damned’ Graphic Novel Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Brian Azzarello | Art by Lee Bermejo | Published by DC Black Label | Format: Hardcover, 192pp DC Black Label, which still sounds to me like a perfectly fine Scotch, is an imprint of DC designed to showcase more mature takes on DC characters. To my mind Vertigo already did that back in […]

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