29th May2013

Panel Discussion #007 with Jack and Mark

by Jack Kirby

May 23rd 2013 Mark Young Avengers #5, Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie, Marvel The conclusion of Gillen & McKelvie’s first arc sees the proper (re)formation of the teen team, a revelation or two about new addition Kid Loki (inherited from Kieron Gillen’s recently-concluded Journey Into Mystery run) and of course a couple of innovatively-rendered fight scenes […]

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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 […]

15th May2013

Comics Round Up – Devil May Cry, Tank Girl, Meadowhell

by Jack Kirby

What’s that? You don’t get enough of my writing about comics from Panel Discussion with Mark? You don’t? Thank goodness, you’re in luck. I’ve been sent a handful of books and I’m going to tell you what I thought about them using my written communication skills! Buckle up. Solid State Tank Girl #1, Alan C. […]

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13th May2013

Panel Discussion #005 with Jack and Mark

by Mark Allen

8th May 2013 Batman #20, Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, DC Comics It’s taken me some time to come around to Scott Snyder’s run on Batman but now I’m fully on board. I couldn’t stand the Court of Owls plotline when I first read it, but since then, I’ve made a real U-turn on my Snyder-based […]

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08th May2013

Panel Discussion #004 with Jack and Mark

by Mark Allen

I don’t know about you, but I thoroughly enjoyed last week’s crossover team up with Mark. Hey Mark, that’s ill skills you got there! As a result, I picked up Jupiter’s Legacy. I’ve not read it yet, but I am looking forward to it. (That bit might seem like I’ve written it about myself, but […]

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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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26th Apr2013

Panel Discussion – X-Men: Legacy

by Mark Allen

Hey folks – Mark again. Last week saw a fluke of scheduling for my pull list which meant I only got one comic from the store, that being X-Men: Legacy #9 from writer Si Spurrier and artist Tan Eng Huat. This series has been one of the best surprises from Marvel’s recent relaunch, so I thought it’d be […]

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13th Apr2013

Panel Discussion with(out) Jack Kirby – Issue #3

by Mark Allen

Hey gang, Mark here. Jack’s on holiday this week so I’ll be covering for him this and next week and then adding my own two cents to his ten dollars. I’ll try not to mess up the furniture arrangement. Saga #12, Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples, Image Saga is always exceptional, and this week is no […]

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07th Apr2013

Panel Discussion with Jack Kirby – Issue #2

by Jack Kirby

I made a double stop to Orbital this week, picking up a number of new titles, a couple of reprint of popular comics from the last few months and dabbled with DC’s ‘WTF certified’ experiment. I bought two (two!) Marvel comics too, in an effort to branch out of my comfort zone a little. 3rd […]

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01st Apr2013

‘Adventure Time: Volume 1′ Review

by Phil Wheat

Written by Ryan North | Art by Shelli Paroline, Branden Lamb, Mike Holmes | Published by Titan Comics | Format: Paperback, 128pp Adventure Time is one of those television shows which, despite airing on a kids TV network (where it is consistently rated #1), has crossover appeal – it’s not only young kids who love […]

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01st Apr2013

Panel Discussion with Jack Kirby

by Jack Kirby

When Phil asked if I’d be interested in writing a regular comics column for the new site, I was happy to confirm that I most certainly was. In my mid to late teens I’d started picking up or being lent the odd graphic novel with some of Alan Moore’s stuff and Dark Horse’s The Mask […]

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28th Mar2013

‘Stitched: Volume One’ Review

by Phil Wheat

Story by Garth Ennis | Script & Art by Mike Wolfer | Published by Avatar Press | Distributed by Titan Books | Format: Paperback, 176pp Garth Ennis, creator of one of my favourite comics of all time, The Boys, and the gloriously OTT ultra-violent horror comic Crossed, is back once again with another slice of […]

17th Mar2013

Cinebook Graphic Novels Review

by Jack Kirby

Cinebook are a comics publisher that specialise in European fare. I’ve been lucky enough to receive a handful of their latest titles for review. The selection seems to cover pretty much every genre of boy’s own-style adventure you could think of, from space opera to World War II tales, via pirates and spies, stopping off […]

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14th Mar2013

‘Dead Space: Liberation’ Review

by Phil Wheat

DEAD SPACE: LIBERATION Written by Ian Edginton | Art by Christopher Shy | Published by Titan Books | Format: Hardback, 128pp The third in the series of Dead Space graphic novel tie-ins, Dead Space: Liberation once again is drawn by Christopher Shy, who took over artwork duties in the previous book, Salvage, however this time […]

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01st Mar2013

‘Beezlebabe #1′ Review

by Phil Wheat

Gentlemen Comics is a new publishing company exclusively showcasing and selling adult-themed graphic novels and at the tail-end of last year they officially launched the company’s website, releasing thirteen original titles available for online purchase: Maya, Scarlet Lady, Krystopia, Beezlebabe, F.E.R.A.L., Conquest of Semal, Sexual Tension, The Trap, Revenge of the Ravaged, Winter in India, Miss […]

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31st Jan2013

‘Death Springs #1′ Review

by Jack Kirby

Written by Brady Sullivan | Pencil/inks by JC Grande | Colours by Jessie Alley | Letters by Fred C. Stresing I’ve been working on my comic-reading this year, so I was more than happy to read the first issue of Death Springs when asked. Death Springs is a western set comic with some pleasing cross-genre […]

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15th Dec2012

‘Bearlands’ Review – Issue #0 & #1

by Phil Wheat

BEARLANDS #0: FIRST EDITION Writer: Jeremy Biggs | Artist: Bakki | Published by Subversive Comics Released by Subversive Comics, Bearlands #0 comes from writer Jeremy Biggs, who worked on the Ford Brothers acclaimed zombie flick The Dead, and tells yet another zombie tale – this ones deals with a post-apocalyptic world infested by hordes of […]

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