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    30 2015 August

    The Weekly 2000AD – Prog 1945

    Heavens, Jake Lynch has only done a couple of Orlok series (as far as I know) so it’s trange to see him with a Dredd cover. It’s alright, just not too punchy, nothing too distinct.but...

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    30 2015 August

    Art For Art’s Sake

    Look, you probably all knew this already, seeing as it’s already been on CBR back in 2010, but even I can’t keep up with everything, so who knows, if I missed it, maybe you did?...

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    29 2015 August

    The Phoenix Weekender – Issue 190

      And yet again, that’s a great thing about The Phoenix, the amount of reader participation, the encouragement for the readers to get involved, whether it’s by entering competitions, solving the Von Doogan puzzles, writing...

  • FPI Webcomic Weekly
    29 2015 August

    Webcomic Weekly – YU + ME

    Another Webcomic Weekly, and just a mere seven days after the last. Bloody hell. Get me. Anyway, webcomic weekly, a column where I cast my glance over Internet and find out there’s a deluge of...

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    28 2015 August

    Stuff (& Possibly Nonsense) # 26

    All the news. Well, some of it. Maybe… Great news – Luke Pearson lets slip a new Hilda book cover… “So here’s your first look at the new Hilda book I’m working on! “ Other...

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The Weekly 2000AD – Prog 1945

August 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

Heavens, Jake Lynch has only done a couple of Orlok series (as far as I know) so it’s trange to see him with a Dredd cover. It’s alright, just not too punchy, nothing too distinct.but that’s a damn fine Dredd cover right there. Anyway, inside… Judge Dredd – Enceladus: Old Life, Part 6 – Rob Williams,...

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Art For Art’s Sake

August 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

Look, you probably all knew this already, seeing as it’s already been on CBR back in 2010, but even I can’t keep up with everything, so who knows, if I missed it, maybe you did? This is the original Schulz Peanuts from 1969, with Snoopy working on his novel… And this is the masterful work...

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The Phoenix Weekender – Issue 190

August 29, 2015 | 0 Comments

  And yet again, that’s a great thing about The Phoenix, the amount of reader participation, the encouragement for the readers to get involved, whether it’s by entering competitions, solving the Von Doogan puzzles, writing in, or drawing some really wonderful artwork, all of it builds to a sense of ownership. And nothing really sums...

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FPI Webcomic Weekly

Webcomic Weekly – YU + ME

August 29, 2015 | 0 Comments

Another Webcomic Weekly, and just a mere seven days after the last. Bloody hell. Get me. Anyway, webcomic weekly, a column where I cast my glance over Internet and find out there’s a deluge of webcomics out there, all shouting loud about how good they are. But as is the usual way, most of them...

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Stuff (& Possibly Nonsense) # 26

August 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

All the news. Well, some of it. Maybe… Great news – Luke Pearson lets slip a new Hilda book cover… “So here’s your first look at the new Hilda book I’m working on! “ Other new comics news… and an example of the ways comics really do seem to be bustin’ out all over (as...

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Hitman: Agent 47 Competition

August 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

Hitman: Agent 47 is released in the UK on August 27th .Based on the videogame this is a fast paced action thriller starring Rupert Friend and Zachary Quinto. To mark the occasion we’ve teamed up with Fox to offer 3 lucky readers the chance to score suitably killer prize packs consisting of a USB Stick,...

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Alex’s audio round up

August 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

It’s that time of week where Alex Fitch, the man with the roving microphone, fills us in on his latest show – as always, for more details and to check out a bunch of previous shows in podcast form, visit the Panel Borders site: Panel Borders: On the Brink of a Brass Sun, today at...

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Birmingham’s a fabulous, fabulous city, one I still love, despite moving away nearly a decade ago now. And it’s had a long history of comic events over the years. But right now, it’s busier than ever, with two major conventions and various smaller events taking place. One of the many really good things about the...

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Glasgow peeps, don’t forget that John Lees, scribe on the wonderfully creepy and disturbing And Then Emily Was Gone, has a new series, first issue just out, Oxymoron: the Loveliest Nightmare, and he’s going to be in our Glasgow store tomorrow, Thursday 27th August from 6 to 7pm signing copies. We had a blast with...

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Review: Corporation Pop

August 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

Corporation Pop By Rob Jackson The first couple of parts of Corporation Pop were to be found in Jackson’s not entirely successful Rhizome anthology, where they were the definite highlight. Here those first two parts have been redrawn and form just the very first few pages of this near 150-page graphic novel. It’s just bizarre....

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