10th Oct2014

‘Wytches #1′ Review

by Nicky Johnson

Written by Scott Snyder | Art by Jock | Published by Image Comics Scott Snyder and Jock are back together for their new horror comic, Wytches #1, published by Image. The bumper first issue starts with a woman trapped inside a tree, calling for help. Her young son runs up to find out what’s happened and […]

05th Oct2014

‘Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #1-3′ Review

by Phil Wheat

Written by Al Ewing, Rob Williams | Art by Simon Fraser | Published by Titan Comics After getting the rights for future Doctor Who comic adventures, Titan Comics – around the same time as Matt Smith’s run on the show ended – announced three new ongoing series featuring the Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors in adventures […]

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19th Sep2014

Graphic Novel Review: Elric Volume 1 – The Ruby Throne

by Paul Metcalf

Written by Julien Blondel | Art by Didier Poli, Jean Bastide, Robin Recht | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Hardback, 64pp Elric Volume 1: The Ruby Throne may just be an introduction to the Albino Emperor of Melnibone but what an introduction it is. Julien Blondel, Didier Poli, Robin Recht and Jean Bastide have […]

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08th Sep2014

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Void’

by Richard Axtell

Written by Herik Hanna | Art by Sean Philips | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Hardcover, 48pp Goliath 01, a prison ship, drifts listlessly through space. The ship’s commander, Colonel Mercer, has massacred everyone on board – inmates and crew alike, except one. John, the lone survivor, cowers in the bowels of the carrier, […]

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04th Sep2014

Graphic Novel Review: ‘The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse’

by Richard Axtell

Written by Michael Mendheim, Mike Kennedy, Sean Jaffe | Art by Simon Bisley | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Hardcover, 256pp Raised by the Order of Solomon, Adam Cahill is one of a rare handful of highly trained warriors bound by bloodline to guard the Seven Holy Seals that contain the End of Days. […]

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31st Jul2014

Comic Review: ‘Ordinary #3′

by Richard Axtell

Written by Rob Williams | Art by D’Israeli | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 32pp In Ordinary‘s third issue, divorced plumber Michael Fisher continues his search for his ex-wife and son. As the only man left on Earth without a super power however, he draws unwanted attention towards himself and puts himself and his family in the middle of a […]

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30th Jul2014

‘Alien Legion: Uncivil War #2′ Review

by Richard Axtell

Written by Chuck Dixon, Carl Potts | Art by Larry Stroman | Published by Titan Comics | Format:Paperback, 32pp Force Nomad have been tasked with providing humanitarian (and all other species) support to refugees fleeing a civil war which has broken out on the Planet Harkon. Looking forward to a easy mission of peacekeeping and order, Nomad are surprised to find smugglers […]

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23rd Jul2014

‘Goof: Issues 1-3′ Comic Review

by Jack Kirby

Written by Guy Hasson | Art by Guillermo Ramirez (#1), Borja Pindado (#2 & #3) | Published by New Worlds Comics | Format: Digital Only Whilst skewering the conventions of the superhero genre in comic books has become if not old hat then certainly well-trodden ground, that isn’t to say there isn’t still fun to […]

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17th Jul2014

‘Exit Generation: Issues 1 & 2′ Comic Review

by Richard Axtell

Written by Sam Read | Art by Caio Oliveira | Lettering by Colin Bell | Published by Read French Comics | Format: Paperback/Digital The Earth was overcrowded. Resources were running out. So an ‘Exit’ plan was devised. Ninty-five percent of the planet’s population were evacuated leaving five percent behind. Against all expectations, Earth became a paradise. No more […]

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17th Jul2014

‘Wynter #3′ Comic Review

by Richard Axtell

Written by Guy Hasson | Art by Aron Elekes | Published by New World Comics | Format: Digital Only Issue 3 of the comic series Wynter starts with a bang as Liz Wynter is hunted by a Supreme Agent. He can predict what she will do before she does it. He can find her location using […]

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08th Jul2014

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Death Sentence: Volume 1′

by Paul Metcalf

Written by Monty Nero | Art by Mike Dowling | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Hardcover, 192pp Fantasy comics can take you anywhere they choose to. Many like to keep you in a realm that has a touch of realism while some take you to other planets where anything is possible. Death Sentence: Volume […]

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03rd Jul2014

‘The Weirding Willows Vol 1: What The Wild Things Are’ Review

by Paul Metcalf

Written by Dave Elliot | Art by Barnaby Bagenda | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Hardcover, 104pp When Alice crawled through the rabbit hole and entered Wonderland she found a world unlike any other and made a many friends along the way.  What if though the Wild Woods in which the hole was found […]

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02nd Jul2014

Graphic Novel Review: ‘The Extinction Parade – Volume 1′

by Paul Metcalf

Written by Max Brooks | Illustrated by Raulo Caceres | Published by Avatar Press | Format: Paperback, 160pp In pop culture it’s fair to say that vampires and zombies are still the most popular monsters right now.  With World War Z Max Brooks created a zombie apocalypse that fans loved (in book form at least) […]

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19th Jun2014

‘Alien Legion: Uncivil War #1′ Review

by Richard Axtell

Written by Chuck Dixon, Carl Potts | Art by Larry Stroman | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 32pp As a civil war breaks out on one of the rim worlds in the galaxy, hundreds of refugees flee the system, seeking asylum in safer areas. However, it is up to Force Nomad, a team of specialists, to […]

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01st Jun2014

Graphic Novel Review: ‘The Secret Service – Kingsman’

by Paul Metcalf

Written by Mark Millar | Art by Dave Gibbons | Published by Titan Books | Format: Paperback, 160pp With the publicity train for Kingsman: The Secret Service finally making a move and providing us with a trailer, we’ve been shown what we can expect.   After my initial viewing, I thought would be a good idea to finally […]

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30th May2014

‘Wynter: Issue 1 & 2′ Comic Review

by Richard Axtell

Written by Guy Hasson | Art by Aron Elekes | Published by New World Comics | Format: Digital Only In the future, dreams are recorded at night for people to watch and follow if they like them. Apps are in people’s minds, displaying images in front of them. Technology is everywhere. Liz Wynter isn’t special. She […]

27th May2014

Comic Review: ‘Ordinary #1′

by Richard Axtell

Written by Rob Williams | Art by D’Israeli | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 32pp It is just another day for Michael. He has overslept. He is late for work. The local thug Haka, is demanding the money Michael owes him again. Just another normal day. Then things, in the comic named Ordinary, take a […]

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18th May2014

‘The Kill Screen #1: I Love You’ Review

by Richard Axtell

Written by Mike Garley | Art by Josh Sherwell | Lettering by Mike Stock | Format: Paperback, 32pp RRP £3.50 Humanity has reached its Kill Screen. Computer errors have transcended from their digital world and have infected the real one, destroying everything in their way. The result is a bitter battle for survival for the humans […]

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30th Apr2014

‘Interesting Tymes’ Comic Review

by Richard Axtell

Written by Dave McCluskey | Art & Lettering by Andrew Morrice | Published by Evil Moose Comics | Format: Paperback, 44pp The comic Interesting Tymes begins with the reader in the care of Edward D’ammage, a delightfully pale fellow who is hosting the evening with six short stories of terror, excitement, adventure and horror. Starting with a […]

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09th Apr2014

Graphic Novel Review: Doing Time

by Richard Axtell

Written by Brady Sullivan | Art by Amilton Santos | Published by Back Row Comics | Format: Paperback/Digital comic, 78pp Jeffery Tiller is in jail. But he isn’t in any old jail. This jail has a top of the line security system in the form of a bracelet placed on every inmates arm. You want to escape? […]

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03rd Apr2014

‘Dexter’s Half Dozen: Issues 1-3′ Review

by Richard Axtell

Produced by Jamie Lambert and Dave Clifford | Published by Bearded Skull Comics/Deadstar Publishing | Format: Paperback, B&W Why are the Nazis sending all their bodies to a castle in Germany? Why are they hoarding occult artefacts? These questions were meant to be answered by a spy sent into the heart of Nazi Germany’s supernatural division […]

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02nd Apr2014

Comic Review: ‘Alien in the Outfield’

by Richard Axtell

Written by Jack Kirby | Art by Mat Barnett | Format: Paperback and/or Digital Download [Editors Note: Alien in the Outfield is written by Nerdly’s own Jack Kirby. However in order for this review to be fair and balanced that fact was not divulged to our newest team member Richard, who penned this particular review] Baseball. Aliens. The […]

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