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    01 2016 May

    The Weekly 2000AD – Prog 1978

    INJ Culbard doing the cover, all about the brand new strip inside…very nice indeed!! Dredd: The Lion’s Den by Michael Carroll, PJ Holden, Adam Brown, Annie Parkhouse  I’m doing this in the wrong order really. The...

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    01 2016 May

    FPI Most Wanted: Coming This Month – May 2016

    Here’s a little look into what’s coming out in May that you would do well to empty your wallet’s for…. as always, these are our choices, and your tastes might (and rightly should) vary. And...

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    01 2016 May

    Art For Art’s Sake

    The world is a shitty place. The people in power seem determined to ruin the country, whatever country you’re in. So hell, kick back and relax and enjoy a little bit of art. Will it...

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    30 2016 April

    The Phoenix Weekender – Issue 225 – Bring on the Bard…..

    It’s a Shakespearean celebration this issue, with the Bard taking over as guest editor and featuring throughout the comic, including that cracking front cover by Adam Murphy. But as good as the front cover is,...

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    29 2016 April

    Stuff (& Possibly Nonsense) #59

    More of that weekly news stuff that keeps happening…....

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The Weekly 2000AD – Prog 1978

May 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

INJ Culbard doing the cover, all about the brand new strip inside…very nice indeed!! Dredd: The Lion’s Den by Michael Carroll, PJ Holden, Adam Brown, Annie Parkhouse  I’m doing this in the wrong order really. The last episode of The Grindstone Cowboys by Carroll and MacNeil leads into the current Dredd in the Megazine, which I...

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Here’s a little look into what’s coming out in May that you would do well to empty your wallet’s for…. as always, these are our choices, and your tastes might (and rightly should) vary. And as always, schedules might slip…...

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Art For Art’s Sake

May 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

The world is a shitty place. The people in power seem determined to ruin the country, whatever country you’re in. So hell, kick back and relax and enjoy a little bit of art. Will it make things better? Hell no. But it might take your mind off things for a few minutes.. hell, it’s a...

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It’s a Shakespearean celebration this issue, with the Bard taking over as guest editor and featuring throughout the comic, including that cracking front cover by Adam Murphy. But as good as the front cover is, the back cover is so much better…. teaching the children to insult with Shakespearean finesse…. that’s how educational the Phoenix...

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Stuff (& Possibly Nonsense) #59

April 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

More of that weekly news stuff that keeps happening…....

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In bande dessinee, to use an awful generalisation for traditional Franco-Belgian comics, the relationship between a comic and its creator is much stronger than in English language comics, even when it comes to company-owned properties. Only in the case of absolute bestsellers will a publisher contemplate bringing together new creative teams to come up with new...

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Keith Burns GavA exhibition at the Royal Air Force Club, Piccadilly, London Keith Burns is currently on art duties on Johnny Red from Titan Books, ably written by Garth Ennis (see here for a review of the first issue, and here for an interview with Keith and Garth about bringing back Johnny Red) and fans...

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The UK’s most prestigious literary science fiction gongs, the Arthur C Clarke Awards, has announced this year’s shortlist, and as ever it is an interesting mix, from an author best known for literary fiction to one who started her story as a self-published work. I know in the Edinburgh Science Fiction Book Group we’re picked...

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Awards: Hugo shortlist announced

April 27, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Hugo Awards, a major event in the science fiction community, have announced their shortlist nominees for this year, with the winners being announced at the 74th WorldCon – MidAmeriCon II this year – in August, and hopefully this year it will not be mired in the awful attempted “gaming” of the voting system by...

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Reviews: Horror meets Social Media in Ratter

April 27, 2016 | 0 Comments

Ratter, Directed by Branden Kramer, Starring Ashley Benson, Matt McGorry, Kaili Vernoff A Social Media stalker based horror film, set in New York. When a young female graduate starts her exciting new life in the city that never sleeps she is full of the hopes and dreams of youth; it doesn’t take long for things...

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