30th Jul2021

eBuying Comics: Week 61

by Ian Wells

Since making her debut in 2010 with her appearance in Iron Man 2, Black Widow has been a key ingredient of the MCU. I think would appeal to audiences about her was her being the human element, whilst at the same time being able to hold her own. Even though her story differed a lot […]

27th Jul2021

‘Moon Knight #1’ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Jed Mackay | Art by Alessandro Cappuccio | Published by Marvel Comics Moon Knight is one of those characters that you always feel should be bigger than he is. Cool visuals, unique character set up and modus operandi, some great creative people working on him down the years, and yet he just can’t […]

27th Jul2021

Comic Concierge: Starting Points (July 28th 2021)

by Dan Clark

Welcome Dan, aka Comic Concierge, back to Nerdly with his new YouTube channel dedicated to all things comics. From weekly new releases to graphic novels. Comics are for everyone but the key is finding the right one. Comic Concierge is here to help with that journey, with a range of videos discussing everything from weekly […]

23rd Jul2021

‘Superman and the Authority #1’ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Grant Morrison | Art by Mikel Janin | Published by DC Comics When a Superman book comes out it doesn’t take much persuasion for me to pick it up. When a brand new Superman title comes out, it’s an essential purchase. When it’s written by Grant Morrison, I’d be tempted to give it […]

19th Jul2021

‘Sinister War #1’ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Nick Spencer | Art by Mark Bagley | Published by Marvel Comics I’ve written elsewhere that I’m not Nick Spencer’s biggest fan, and I’ve not been impressed with what he’s done with Peter Parker and the Spider-Man books he’s written. Yet here I am reviewing a Spider-Man book he’s written. Hear me out, […]

16th Jul2021

‘Doctor Who: Missy #4’ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Jody Houser | Art by Roberta Ingranata | Published by Titan Comics All good things must come to an end, even for Time Lords. Even for Time Lords pretending to be other Time Lords while partnering with a previous incarnation of themselves and encountering two versions of the Time Lord who they themselves […]

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15th Jul2021

‘Rivers of London: Monday Monday #1’ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Ben Aaronovitch, Andrew Cartmel | Art by Jose Maria Beroy | Published by Titan Comics The way you know a good character is by the company he keeps. Peter Grant most definitely keeps good company. I don’t just mean his immediate cast of course, we see plenty of them, but also the extended […]

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14th Jul2021

Wolverine Wednesday #45

by Ian Wells

Wolverine #13 Writer: Benjamin Percy | Artist: Scot Eaton | Inker: Oren Junior | Colourist: Matthew Wilson | Letters: Cory Petit The Hellfire Gala comes to the pages of Wolverine… and it’s not an easy read! Since X-Men relaunched under the guidance of Hickman I have been trying to stay in touch with all the […]

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09th Jul2021

‘Captain America: The First 80 Years’ Review (Titan Comics)

by Dean Fuller

Written by Various | Art by Various | Published by Titan Comics I’ve said it many times in various reviews, but I’ve been a huge Captain America fan for over 40 years. Superman has always been my favourite character, but Captain America is a close second. I think it was growing up as a fan […]

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08th Jul2021

‘Green Arrow: 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular #1’ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Various | Art by Various | Published by DC Comics Now that comic books have been around as long as they have, and we are coming up to the one hundredth year anniversary of the American comic book industry in the not too distant future, literally tens of thousands of characters have been […]

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06th Jul2021

‘DC Future State: Justice League/Superman/Next Batman’ Graphic Novel Review(s)

by Phil Wheat

Following the events of Death Metal andf the Generations two-issue mini-series, DC Future State spotlights the World’s Greatest Super Heroes in fresh new roles – as the title suggests all these new stories take place in the future, with all-new characters taking up their iconic mantles such as Batman, the Justice League, Aquaman, and Batman. […]

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02nd Jul2021

‘The Philosophy of Venom’ Review (Titan Comics)

by Dean Fuller

Written by Venom Symbiote/Eddie Brock | Art by Various | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Hardback, 128pp I’m probably a good person to review this visual retrospective of Venom, because I’m not the characters biggest fan but I have been following his comic book appearances all the way back to his first one, which […]

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01st Jul2021

‘Blade Runner 2029 #5’ Review (Titan Comics)

by Dean Fuller

Written by Mike Johnson | Art by Andres Guinaldo | Published by Titan Comics I’ve been enjoying the Blade Runner Origins book so much that I’ve found myself neglecting the main book, certainly in terms of reviews. Truth is, both books have been outstanding, really painting an authentic picture of the world we know and […]

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25th Jun2021

‘Heroes Return #1’ (Marvel Comics)

by Dean Fuller

Written by Jason Aaron | Art by Ed McGuinness, Mark Morales | Published by Marvel Comics Although I haven’t reviewed every issue, that would be a bit too much even for me, I have read every issue of the Heroes Reborn/ Return ‘event’. That’s 18 issues in total, and I can honestly say there was […]

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24th Jun2021

‘Infinite Frontier #1’ Review (DC Comics)

by Dean Fuller

Written by Joshua Williamson | Art by Xermanico | Published by DC Comics So, incredible as it may seem now, there was a time when Multiverse was a dirty word. Back in the early 1980’s DC decided that having multiple versions of their characters was just too confusing for potential new readers, and so essentially […]

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21st Jun2021

Comic Concierge: Ed Brubaker Career Retrospective Pt.2 – An Accidental Death & At The Seams

by Dan Clark

Welcome Dan, aka Comic Concierge, back to Nerdly with his new YouTube channel dedicated to all things comics. From weekly new releases to graphic novels. Comics are for everyone but the key is finding the right one. Comic Concierge is here to help with that journey, with a range of videos discussing everything from weekly […]

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18th Jun2021

‘Venom #35’ Review (Marvel Comics)

by Dean Fuller

Written by Donny Cates, Phillip Kennedy Johnson | Art by Ryan Stegman, Various | Published by Marvel Comics I’ve written in a few previous reviews about my, at best, ambivalence about Venom as a character. I’ve never really took to him. I say that as someone who bought the alien symbiote costume’s first appearance from […]

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17th Jun2021

Comic Concierge: Graphic Thoughts #12 – Kids Comics!

by Dan Clark

Here’s the latest from Dan, aka Comic Concierge, from his YouTube channel dedicated to all things comics. From weekly new releases to graphic novels. Comics are for everyone but the key is finding the right one. Comic Concierge is here to help with that journey, with a range of videos discussing everything from weekly pick-ups, […]

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16th Jun2021

‘Doctor Who: Missy #3’ Review (Titan Comics)

by Dean Fuller

Written by Jody Houser | Art by Roberta Ingranata | Published by Titan Comics This mini-series so far has been about as Missy as it’s possible to get without it being an actual episode of the TV show. Houser has up to now perfectly nailed the mannerisms, banter, and cockiness f the character, not to […]

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16th Jun2021

Comic Concierge: Starting Points (Jun 16th 2021)

by Dan Clark

Welcome Dan, aka Comic Concierge, back to Nerdly with his new YouTube channel dedicated to all things comics. From weekly new releases to graphic novels. Comics are for everyone but the key is finding the right one. Comic Concierge is here to help with that journey, with a range of videos discussing everything from weekly […]

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15th Jun2021

‘Star Wars: War of the Bounty Hunters #1’ Review

by Dean Fuller

Written by Charles Soule | Art by Luke Ross | Published by Marvel Comics Here we are then, the main event. War of the Bounty Hunters has been trailed for quite some time already across the fan press, and we’ve already seen the prelude stuff across the Star Wars, Bounty Hunters, Darth Vader, and Doctor […]

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15th Jun2021

Comic Concierge: Ed Brubaker Career Retrospective Pt.1 – Lowlife

by Dan Clark

Welcome Dan, aka Comic Concierge, back to Nerdly with his new YouTube channel dedicated to all things comics. From weekly new releases to graphic novels. Comics are for everyone but the key is finding the right one. Comic Concierge is here to help with that journey, with a range of videos discussing everything from weekly […]

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