17th Mar2017

First look at ‘Rivers of London: Detective Stories’

by Phil Wheat

Titan Comics have revealed details on the next series of books – and the variant covers for the first issue – in the Rivers of London series (following Rivers of London: Night Witch and Rivers of London: Black Mould), Rivers of London: Detective Stories – four self-contained magical crime stories set in the world of […]

10th Mar2017

‘Rivers of London: Black Mould #5′ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Ben Aaronovitch, Andrew Cartmel | Art by Lee Sullivan | Published by Titan Comics The final issue of a story arc is always a mixed blessing. On the one hand, you want a resolution, you want to see how it all finishes and if it lives up to what has gone before. On […]

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01st Feb2017

‘Rivers of London: Black Mould #4′ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Ben Aaronovitch, Andrew Cartmel | Art by Lee Sullivan | Published by Titan Comics Some people don’t like too much humour in their reading, be it science fiction, horror, etc. They seem to think it dilutes the effectiveness of the genre. I tend to think the opposite. Very few things in life, entertainment […]

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23rd Dec2016

‘Rivers of London: Black Mould #3′ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Ben Aaronovitch, Andrew Cartmel | Art by Lee Sullivan | Colour by Luis Guerrero | Published by Titan Comics This story arc has so far been outstanding stuff. Full of fabulously snarky dialogue, police procedural, magic, and a generous dose of humour and tongue firmly planted in cheek. The black mould of the […]

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16th Nov2016

‘Rivers of London: Black Mould #2′ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Ben Aaronovitch, Andrew Cartmel | Art by Lee Sullivan | Colour by Luis Guerrero | Published by Titan Comics Last issue, the first of this new ‘Black Mould’ storyline was an absolute cracker. None of the story arcs have disappointed of course, but this really had the feel of a creative team hitting […]

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25th Oct2016

‘Rivers of London: Black Mould #1′ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Ben Aaronovitch, Andrew Cartmel | Art by Lee Sullivan | Colour by Luis Guerrero | Published by Titan Comics The Rivers of London books are fast becoming among my favourites currently being published. Well written and drawn, great characters and stories with a nice blend of humour and action, and dipping in and out […]

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06th Oct2016

‘Rivers of London: Night Witch #5′ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Ben Aaronovitch, Andrew Cartmel | Art by Lee Sullivan | Published by Titan Comics Rather like the first ‘Rivers’ limited series, Rivers of London: Night Witch has been a solid read. Sometimes perhaps promising a little more than it ultimately delivered, but usually maintaining a good balance between telling the main story and interweaving […]

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19th May2016

‘Rivers of London: Night Witch #3′ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Ben Aaronovitch, Andrew Cartmel | Art by Lee Sullivan | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 32pp So far the ‘Night Witch’ arc has been very entertaining, lots of nice character work adding to the ongoing storyline involving a lot of Russian things – Russian gangsters, Russian witches, Russian supernatural beings. To […]

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14th Apr2016

‘Rivers of London: Night Witch #2′ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Ben Aaronovitch, Andrew Cartmel | Art by Lee Sullivan | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 32pp The first issue of the Night Witch arc was slightly odd in that the main characters of the book, PC Peter Grant and his boss Inspector Nightingale, barely featured. A lot of time was spent […]

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03rd Apr2016

‘Rivers of London: Night Witch #1′ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Ben Aaronovitch, Andrew Cartmel | Art by Lee Sullivan | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 32pp The first Rivers of London arc, ‘Body Work‘, was a nice 5 issue jaunt, enjoyable throughout without ever really being an essential read. We got a nice grounding in the world of PC Peter Grant, […]

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14th Feb2016

‘Rivers of London: Night Witch #1′ Preview

by Phil Wheat

Here’s your first fully coloured look inside forthcoming Rivers of London: Night Witch #1 written by Ben Aaronovich (Remembrance of the Daleks, Rivers of London novels) and Andrew Cartmel (Written in Dead Wax) with art by Lee Sullivan (Doctor Who, Judge Dredd) and Luis Guerrero (Doctor Who, The Troop). If you haven’t seen the covers, […]

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17th Dec2015

Titan announce new Rivers of London mini-series: ‘Night Witch’

by Phil Wheat

Titan Comics have announced another highly anticipated new Rivers of London mini series, Rivers of London: Night Witch – written by Ben Aaronovich (Remembrance of the Daleks) and Andrew Cartmel (Written in Dead Wax) with art by Lee Sullivan (Doctor Who, Judge Dredd) and Luis Guerrero (Doctor Who, The Troop) – in stores and ​on ​digital […]

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14th Dec2015

‘Rivers of London #5′ Review (Titan Comics)

by Dean Fuller

Written by Ben Aaronovitch, Andrew Cartmel | Art by Lee Sullivan | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 32pp All good things must come to an end, and with this issue our first comic book foray into the London as seen through the eyes of Ben Aaronovitch and his creative partners concludes. As you […]

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04th Nov2015

‘Rivers of London #4′ Review (Titan Comics)

by Dean Fuller

Written by Ben Aaronovitch, Andrew Cartmel | Art by Lee Sullivan | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 32pp As we have reached issue 4 of this intriguing series, we have settled a little into more traditional plot and character development, rather than the more ‘in-your- face’ earlier chapters where the book hit the […]

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29th Sep2015

‘Rivers of London #3′ Review (Titan Comics)

by Dean Fuller

Written by Ben Aaronovitch, Andrew Cartmel | Art by Lee Sullivan | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 32pp For those not in the know, Rivers of London are a series of books by Ben Aaronovitch following the adventures of Peter Grant, assigned to the secret department of the Metropolitan Police in London who […]

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17th Jul2015

‘Rivers of London #1: Body Work’ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Ben Aaronovitch, Andrew Cartmel | Art by Lee Sullivan | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 32pp You can approach this issue, and this series, in two ways. One, like me, as a novice to the world of Peter Grant, already the star of a series of novels by Ben Aaronovitch. Or […]

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