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    24 2015 May

    The Weekly 2000AD – Prog 1931

    Ben Willsher on the Strontium Dog cover… again, I appreciate the idea, but the cover doesn’t really jump out. Aside from the eyes, the eyes are good. Inside there’s great news on the inside front...

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    24 2015 May

    Art For Art’s Sake

    It’s a glorious day, pour yourself a coffee, settle back in the sunshine, maybe even have that second croissant as you luxuriate in the art…...

  • meg-360-3
    24 2015 May

    Review: Megazine 360

    Glenn fabry on the cover – nice, but I’m still looking and all I see first is a weirdly just off-track gun blast. Four strips, one prose and one interview this month, with Anderson artist...

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    23 2015 May

    The Live Eurovision Draw-along

    Tonight is Eurovison, where various countries from Europe (plus Israel and Australia) get together and send various cheesy performers out on stage to entertain whilst Graham Norton takes the piss out of them on BBC1...

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    23 2015 May

    Webcomic Weekly – Ralph Kidson….

    Right then, this was going to be a quick mention of Ralph Kidson’s latest Facebook upload comic in the regular Friday Stuff (& Possibly Nonsense) news roundup column, but then I figured I wanted to...

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The Weekly 2000AD – Prog 1931

May 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

Ben Willsher on the Strontium Dog cover… again, I appreciate the idea, but the cover doesn’t really jump out. Aside from the eyes, the eyes are good. Inside there’s great news on the inside front cover, a forthcoming Dredd strip from John Wagner and Colin MacNeil that promise to answer that troubling question, ‘Whatever Did...

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terry-moore-strangers-in-paradise1

Art For Art’s Sake

May 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

It’s a glorious day, pour yourself a coffee, settle back in the sunshine, maybe even have that second croissant as you luxuriate in the art…...

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meg-360-3

Review: Megazine 360

May 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

Glenn fabry on the cover – nice, but I’m still looking and all I see first is a weirdly just off-track gun blast. Four strips, one prose and one interview this month, with Anderson artist Andrew Currie. But it all feels a bit light, given that of those four strips, one is the ‘I thought...

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The Live Eurovision Draw-along

May 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

Tonight is Eurovison, where various countries from Europe (plus Israel and Australia) get together and send various cheesy performers out on stage to entertain whilst Graham Norton takes the piss out of them on BBC1 in a fashion that’s always aspiring to be close to the greatness of Terry Wogan. The strangest thing about Eurovision...

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Webcomic Weekly – Ralph Kidson….

May 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

Right then, this was going to be a quick mention of Ralph Kidson’s latest Facebook upload comic in the regular Friday Stuff (& Possibly Nonsense) news roundup column, but then I figured I wanted to say a little more and show a complete strip. So then it became more of a standalone ‘look at this’...

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On the cover… Sally Jane Thompson’s art for the Jack Dickinson written Red Jack, which returns for another season of three-page strips, with Thompson’s big, bold lines filling the pages with great imagery. My biggest problem with Red Jack in the past was the slow pacing and the somewhat disconnected structure. Fingers crossed its been solved...

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Stuff (and possibly nonsense) #12 -

May 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

All the news I simply didn’t get around to this week…....

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Monty Nero is a writer (and artist and designer) whose comic book work has included scripting stories for Marvel and 2000 AD, and working on his own now-continuing creator-owned series, Death Sentence. With a brand-new series – Death Sentence: London – due to start monthly from Titan Comics in June, Matt Badham sat down and...

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Richard already mentioned it some three years ago, but, if the interwebs are to be believed, the next big project for French director Luc Besson (Léon, The Fifth Element, and most recently, Lucy) is an adaptation of Valérian et Laureline, the seminal space opera by writer Pierre Christin and artist Jean-Claude Mézières. The movie is said...

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OFF LIFE magazine’s year long comics journalism project Yellow, where 52 artists illustrate one news story per week, November 2014 to November 2015, has reached the halfway point with Week 26. We looked at it before now, but thought it would be nice to catch up with a few recent events. I do enjoy seeing...

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