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In Review: Houses of the Holy

Writer: Mike Carey Artist: Dave Kendall Publisher: Madefire In case you missed it, artist Dave Kendall has landed a rather big gig in 2000AD which has been reported on by our illustrious editor in the Dark Judges “origin story” article. Now I have been fortunate to chat with Dave and I had not realised heContinue reading In Review: Houses of the Holy

Roald Dahl App: Twit or Miss

First official Roald Dahl story-inspired app launched: Twit or Miss

  Children’s writer Roald Dahl‘s disgustingly memorable The Twits are the first of his characters to star in a new app – and their habits are just as yucky as ever. Today sees the launch of  Roald Dahl’s Twit or Miss, developed by Aardman, which features artwork inspired by the now iconic illustrations of Quentin Blake. TheContinue reading First official Roald Dahl story-inspired app launched: Twit or Miss

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The Beano launches Dennis & Gnasher Adventures! app

  The Beano has launched its first fully interactive story app Dennis & Gnasher Adventures!,  voiced by Chris Johnson from hit CBBC show Dennis & Gnasher. Developed in partnership with LivoBooks, the Dennis & Gnasher Adventures! app the app is available across iOS platforms and is free to download and currently available from the App Store.    Continue reading The Beano launches Dennis & Gnasher Adventures! app

The Beano launches mischievous new app

The Beano has launched the first in a series of new apps for fans of its characters, following in the fottsteps of Egmont’s TOXIC to reach its computer and device-savvy readership. The Dennis & Gnasher’s Prank Sticker app, available now for iPhone and iPad is described as “the ultimate menacing photo app” which allows kids to add humour andContinue reading The Beano launches mischievous new app

World War One Layman's Guide

World War One Layman’s Guide and App released

  Is it possible that a 20-year-old, internationally successful Greek footballer doesn’t know what a Nazi salute looks like? Is it time to ‘just move on’ and teach young people about more recent historical events such as the advent of the Internet? Are we missing vital details in history lessons or is there simply notContinue reading World War One Layman’s Guide and App released