The latest issue of the longest-running 2000AD fanzine – Dogbreath, from FutureQuake Press, positively demands your attention, not least for its stunning cover by Colin MacNeil – and the more so because it includes a strip written by Marvel and 2000AD artist Kev Hopgood, drawn by Rich Waugh. “Middenface McNulty – McNulty’s Law” is a funContinue reading Latest Strontium Dog-inspired Dogbreath out now!
Review by Ben K Sy Co-created by John Charles, Barry May and Tom Newell. Co-plotted, designed, coloured by John Charles with co-plotter and scripter Barry May; art by Tom Newell. Lettering by Nikki Foxrobot, colouring assistance by Guilherme Lindemberg Mendes and Chris McAuley “Maurice the Cat” written by Stephanie Mary Jackson with John Charles, artContinue reading In Review: TechnoFreak #2: “The Dame and the Damned”
Review by Tim Robins Some Spoilers! The Story: Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man must step up to take on new threats in a world that has changed forever… The Review: Spider-Man: Far From Home is not so much a roller coaster of a movie as an entire amusement park complete with shoot-the-Chutes, aContinue reading In Review: Spider-Man: Far From Home
Review by Tim Robins The Film: The story of one of the X-Men’s most beloved characters, Jean Grey, as she evolves into the iconic Dark Phoenix. During a life-threatening rescue mission in space, Jean is hit by a cosmic force that transforms her into one of the most powerful mutants of all. Wrestling with thisContinue reading In Review – X-Men: Dark Phoenix
The next book from the Treasury of British Comics sees the return of Buster comic’s The Leopard from Lime Street, with Volume Two of the strips collecting his adventures published between June 1977 and 1978. The “UK’s answer to Spider-Man” returns in the second collection of this long lost classic from the hugely popular and longContinue reading In Review: The Leopard from Lime Street Volume Two