02nd Jan2017

Image reveal ‘Loose Ends #1′ variant cover

by Phil Wheat

Image Comics have revealed a special limited variant Loose Ends #1 cover by series artists Chris Brunner and Rico Renzi. Loose Ends is a gritty, slow-cooked, Southern crime romance that follows a winding trail down Tobacco Road, through the war-torn streets of Baghdad, and into the bright lights and bloody gutters of South Florida. Loose […]

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17th Apr2016

‘I Hate Fairyland Vol.1: Madly Ever After’ Review

by Chris Cummings

Written by Skottie Young | Art by Skottie Young | Published by Image Comics | Format: Trade Paperback From superstar writer and artist Skottie Young (Rocket Raccoon, Wizard of Oz, Fortunately, The Milk), comes the first volume of an allnew series of adventure and mayhem. An Adventure Time/Alice in Wonderland-style epic that smashes its cute […]

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31st Oct2014

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Southern Bastards Vol.1′

by Dan Clark

If you follow anything I do, you know my articles and reviews tend to be movie centric. Well in the spirit of expanding horizons I am entering new territory for myself and reviewing comics. So for those comic book aficionados out there feel free to take my reviews with a grain of salt as I […]

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11th Jun2013

Panel Discussion #009 with Jack and Mark

by Jack Kirby

5th June 2013 Mark Iron Man #11, Kieron Gillen, Dale Eaglesham, Marvel Comics “The Secret Origin of Tony Stark” continues with more concrete revelations than previous instalments, some truly rocking the foundation of Iron Man’s identity. #11 sees Stark still held prisoner – and unwilling bodyguard against some unremarkable space robots – by the not […]

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20th May2013

Panel Discussion #006 with Jack and Mark

by Jack Kirby

Mark, being more proactive this weekend than I, takes the lead this week. I only actually bought one comic (in addition to a swish box to keep my burgeoning collection in) and I have chipped in where necessary. May 15th 2013 Iron Man #10, Kieron Gillen, Dale Eaglesham, Marvel (Mark) “The Secret Origin of Tony […]

29th Apr2013

Panel Discussion #003 with Jack Kirby AND Mark Allen

by Jack Kirby

Hello. How are you? I’m fine, cheers. First off this week, I’d like to thank the brilliant and talented Mark Allen for stepping in and manfully writing this column for the last couple of instalments whilst I’ve been swanning around northern Europe (if you’re ever looking for comics in Berlin, by the way, check out […]

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17th Mar2013

Exclusive: Morning Glories’ Joe Eisma Interview

by Jack Kirby

Over the last year or so I’ve been slowly ingratiating myself into the wonderful and geek-tastic world of comics. Recently, I was lent the first volume of Morning Glories, a twisty, turny and thrilling series about a group of teens who have been inducted into the mysterious and sinister Morning Glory Academy and the strange […]

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