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    01 2016 July

    Stuff (& Possibly nonsense) #67

    Here’s our regular round up of bits and bobs in the comics world…...

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    01 2016 July

    FPI Most Wanted: Coming This Month – July 2016

    Here’s what the FPI Blog team are looking forward to this month… as usual, schedules can always slip, but this is what we reckon is worth spending your hard earned cash on in July….....

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    30 2016 June

    Reviews: there’s an app for that… i-Lived

    I-Lived, Directed by Franck Khalfoun, Starring Jeremiah Watkins, Brian Breiter, Jan Broberg When a down on his luck social media-based reviewer of apps takes on his next assignment it mysteriously changes his luck and makes...

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    29 2016 June

    From our continental correspondent – Save the Smurf language

    You think old languages have it tough? You think that Latin or Classical Greek suffer from a “dusty” image (even though more schools than ever teach the former)? What about Smurfish? Yes, the language that...

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    28 2016 June

    Awards: The Stan Lee Excelsior winners

    The Stan Lee Excelsior Awards are unusual in that these are concerned not just with comics for younger readers, but which are actually chosen by those readers, with thousands of school children around the UK...

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Stuff (& Possibly nonsense) #67

July 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

Here’s our regular round up of bits and bobs in the comics world…...

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Here’s what the FPI Blog team are looking forward to this month… as usual, schedules can always slip, but this is what we reckon is worth spending your hard earned cash on in July….....

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I-Lived, Directed by Franck Khalfoun, Starring Jeremiah Watkins, Brian Breiter, Jan Broberg When a down on his luck social media-based reviewer of apps takes on his next assignment it mysteriously changes his luck and makes his life better and better. However, as the run of good luck continues there are more and more freaky visions...

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You think old languages have it tough? You think that Latin or Classical Greek suffer from a “dusty” image (even though more schools than ever teach the former)? What about Smurfish? Yes, the language that is typically only spoken by a hundred and one diminutive blue creatures is in peril. With no new generations being...

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Awards: The Stan Lee Excelsior winners

June 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Stan Lee Excelsior Awards are unusual in that these are concerned not just with comics for younger readers, but which are actually chosen by those readers, with thousands of school children around the UK encouraged to take part, under the careful stewardship of librarian Paul Register. It’s always terrific to see titles which encourage...

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Bachelor Games, Directed by Edward McGown, Starring Charlie Bewley, Jack Doolan, Jack Gordon, Mike Noble, Obi Abili, Daniel Elias When a group of friends go on an alternative stag night to Argentina they hike off into a barren land. Along the way a mystical force starts to follow them. It is known as ‘The Hunter’...

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The Weekly 2000AD Preview – Prog 1987

June 27, 2016 | 0 Comments

Another beautiful piece of Simon Davis artwork there on the cover. Inside everything is as last week….the latest in Michael Carrol’s excellent extended run on Dredd sees artist Colin MacNeil join him for Judge Dredd: Reclamation, where things get much worse for CJ Hershey. There’s more Slaine: Psychopomp by Pat Mills and Simon Davis, Brink by Dan...

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Art For Art’s Sake

June 26, 2016 | 0 Comments

Again with the art, eh?...

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The Weekly 2000AD – Prog 1986

June 26, 2016 | 0 Comments

Tom Foster there with the cover – like it As for the insides… Judge Dredd: Reclamation by Michael Carroll and Colin MacNeil The Texans are infesting Mega-City One, a most insidious takeover, as Hershey’s only just coming round to realising. And Dredd’s back on the streets in this latest Michael Carroll penned tale. It’s been...

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Welcome to the new Britain….

June 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

Well, it’s starting to sink in now, Britain voted to leave Europe. On Friday, in the Stuff (& Possibly Nonsense) news roundup I said this…. Well, it was the EU referendum yesterday. Votes are being counted right now as this post is going up. And it’s fair to say that this has been a horrible,...

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