Out of the Blue Volumes 1 & 2

In Review: Out of the Blue Volumes 1 & 2

By: Garth Ennis & Keith Burns Publisher: Aftershock Review by Luke Williams The Books: World War Two is almost over, but no one seems to have told the Germans – as Royal Air Force pilot Jamie McKenzie finds out when he’s assigned to deadly shipping strikes along the enemy coast. Flying the Mosquito fighter-bomber againstContinue reading In Review: Out of the Blue Volumes 1 & 2

Misty Presents The Jordi Badia Romero Collection SNIP

In Review: Misty Presents The Jordi Badia Romero Collection

Introduced by David A. Roach Writers: Various Art: Jordi Badia Romero Publisher: Treasury of British Comics/Rebellion Price £19.99/ 128 Pages Out: Now Reviewed by: Peter Duncan The Book: Celebrating the incredible art of Jordi Badía Romero from supernatural girls comic Misty, this sumptuous hardcover art book collects stories from the 1980s that showcase this remarkable,Continue reading In Review: Misty Presents The Jordi Badia Romero Collection

Edge of Extinction Issue 4 - SNIP

In Review: Edge of Extinction 1-3

Written by Baden James Mellonie Art and Letters by Paul Peart-Smith Covers by Stephen Sampson (also known as Steve Sampson), David Millgate, Ryan Brown and Huy Truong Published by Eighth Continent Publishing Note: Be warned now, just as most zombie movies have a 18 certificate, so does this comic. Don’t let the kids get holdContinue reading In Review: Edge of Extinction 1-3

In Review: Rob Davis triumphantly returns with The Book of Forks

The Book of Forks By Rob Davis Publisher: SelfMadeHero “With the removal of my brain aid, it now follows that I have what you could call Unmedicated Interference Syndrome, or rampant Science Fiction. Or just Interference Syndrome. My inferences are now unfettered. The possible completion of this book is in effect Interference Syndrome left toContinue reading In Review: Rob Davis triumphantly returns with The Book of Forks

Joker 2019 - SNIP

In Review: Joker

Director: Todd Phillips Cast includes Joaquin Phoenix, Zazie Beetz, Sophie Dumond, Robert De Niro, Marc Maron, Ted Marco and Brett Cullen Review by Tim Robins, a grumpy old man writes… The Film: Forever alone in a crowd, failed comedian Arthur Fleck seeks connection as he walks the streets of Gotham City. Arthur wears two masksContinue reading In Review: Joker