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In Review: Lip Hook by David Hine and Mark Stafford

Lip Hook By David Hine and Mark Stafford Published by SelfMadeHero Out: Now from all good book shops Arriving just at the right time of year, as the light retreats in the face of the long, dark, dark nights, David Hine and Mark Stafford’s Lip Hook promises a deep, deliciously disturbing read right from theContinue reading In Review: Lip Hook by David Hine and Mark Stafford

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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

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In Review: Purity Ring #1

Author: John Farman Pencils: Rodolfo Ezequiel Inks: Cristian Sauret and Juan Hernandez Publisher: Vital Publishing Do you realise how hard it is to write a review without adding in spoilers? I’ll do my best… When most of us hear the phrase Purity Ring, we are transported to the world of Middle America where prom queenContinue reading In Review: Purity Ring #1

Hauntings Anthology

Neil Gaiman’s “Closing Time” features in new horror anthology

A short story by award-winning British comics writer Neil Gaiman features in Hauntings, a spine-tingling horror anthology published by Tachyon Publications and compiled by Ellen Datlow, an acclaimed editor of the genre that collects the most chilling ghost stories from the past 25 years.

Panel Borders radio show on The Phoenix / new British Horror Films

Panel Borders: The Phoenix In the first of a new series of Panel Borders, we start a month of shows looking at comic book anthologies with a recording of a panel discussion of the children’s comic The Phoenix. Creators Daniel Hartwell (writer: ‘Pirates of the Pangaea’), Neill Cameron (artist: ‘Pirates of the Pangaea’, Adam MurphyContinue reading Panel Borders radio show on The Phoenix / new British Horror Films