14th Aug2013

Panel Discussion number whatever – Jack Catches Up

by Jack Kirby

Oh my gosh, there are so many comics. I took a month off visiting the comic shop on a weekly basis due to time constraints and the desire to have a little bit more money in my account prior to the end of the month. But then I got a fat stack of comics that […]

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13th Aug2013

Preview: Bigfoot – Sword of the Earthman #4

by Phil Wheat

Poachers, predators and alien princesses hunt Bigfoot to the edge of extinction in the quest to discover the Earthman’s true purpose on the alien planet in Bigfoot – Sword of the Earthman #4, from independent comics publisher Brewhouse Comics. “Poachers of Turonia”, the fourth chapter of the epic six‐issue mini‐series involving the world‐famous sasquatch and […]

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12th Aug2013

Countdown to Thought Bubble Comic-Con 2013

by Phil Wheat

The countdown to this year’s Thought Bubble Festival in Leeds has begun! From 17th – 24th November, in association with Leeds International Film Festival and Allied London, the largest celebration of comics and animation in the UK will take over Yorkshire – a celebration of sequential art in all its forms, including everything from superhero comics […]

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11th Aug2013

First Look: Superior Spider-Man #17

by Phil Wheat

You asked for it and you got it!  Comics previews return to Nerdly! First off here’s a look at Superior Spider-Man #17, from critically acclaimed creative team of Dan Slott and Ryan Stegman, and features the return of Spider-Man 2099! From the splintered fringes of time, how has Miguel O’Hara arrived on a suicide mission […]

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09th Aug2013

Panel Discussion #016 with Mark, not Jack

by Mark Allen

I’m sort of technically on holiday this week after moving house and starting a new job (y’know, one that doesn’t involve free comics and lets me buy luxuries like bread and loo roll) last week, which is why things have been a little behind with this column. My contribution’s a round-up session for the most […]

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02nd Jul2013

Panel Discussion #012 with Jack and Mark

by Mark Allen

Hey guys, Mark here. As my comics addiction turned much more literal last week and I ended up buying 10 new books at the store (along with attempting to inject Hawkeye pages into my bloodstream with my trusty [hip drug] needle, which is EXACTLY as hard as it sounds), I decided to go for brevity and […]

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25th Jun2013

Panel Discussion #011 with Jack and Mark

by Mark Allen

19th June 2013 Jack Saga Volume 2, trade paperback, Brian K Vaughan, Fiona Staples, Image Comics This is the first of two trade paperbacks I splurged on this week, though technically I’ve saved money by choosing to follow Saga in trades rather than monthly books. Saga is the uh, saga of a couple from opposing […]

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18th Jun2013

Panel Discussion #010 with Jack and Mark

by Mark Allen

12th June 2013 Hey there, kids/adults/other! Today’s something of a bumper issue as Jack and I appear to actually have bought more than one comic each this week, so be prepared for us to go on a bit. And by “us” I of course mean “me”. It also marks the tenth installment of Panel Discussion. We made […]

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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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05th Jun2013

Comics Round Up – Razorjack, Death Sentence and more!

by Jack Kirby

Razorjack, John Higgins, Titan Comics John Higgins was the colourist on such well-regarded titles as Watchmen and The Killing Joke and series such as Hellblazer and Judge Dredd, as he keenly informs us on the kind of egotistical introduction to Razorjack, a book he has written, pencilled and coloured all by himself. Razorjack is some […]

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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 […]

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

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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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 […]

28th Feb2013

All the fun of the London Super Comic Con

by Jack Kirby

[Reposted from Blogomatic3000] On Saturday 23rd February, I headed to the second London Super Comic Con and had an amazing time. In attendance were creators, retailers and fans and I took the chance to chat with some of them. You can view the results below:

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