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Reviews: Brutal Nature #1

May 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

Brutal Nature #1, Luciano Saracino, Ariel Olivetti, Translated by Carlos Guzman, IDW Publishing “The jungle smells of green. Of the roar of the jaguars. Of the bellow of plants at birth. Of the song of...

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Archangel #1, William Gibson, Butch Guice, Tom Palmer, (created by William Gibson and Michael St John Smith), IDW Publishing (cover artwork by Tula Lotay) I’ve been enjoying Bill Gibson’s genre-defining work going right back to...

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(Cover to IDW’s Archangel #1, artwork by Tula Lotay) The brilliant William Gibson has long been one of our very best science fiction writers, always interesting and innovative, with a sharp eye for how science...

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Judas: the Last Days, W Maxwell Prince, John Amor, IDW Publishing I’ve very much been looking forward to reading this book, every since I saw it in IDW’s solicitations a few months ago. Knowing little...

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While adding forthcoming graphic novels to our pre-orders I’m always also scanning away for interesting new works coming up, stories that make my bookseller-senses tingle and make me think yes, even though I’ve never come...

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Publisher Go Round… IDW buys Top Shelf.

January 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

This news broke on Tuesday, 4th largest comic publisher IDW have purchased Top Shelf Productions. IDW hit the ground running back in 2000 with their début title, 30 Days Of Night. Since that time they’ve...

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Never mind all the fuzz about a yeah-but-no-but-yeah return of Tintin to comics format, here’s another legend that is definitely making a comeback. Publisher Rizolli Lizard has announced that in October 2015, a brand new book...

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A few months back we blogged that top UK SF&F writer Brian Ruckley, author of the excellent Godless World trilogy and the Edinburgh Dead – a cracking Victorian crime-horror! – and he has a brand-new...

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Reviews: Dredd goes West for Mega City Two

September 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

Judge Dredd : Mega-City Two, Douglas Wolk, Ulises Farinas, IDW “Everybody is a star in Mega City Two. That’s why we’re on our way to becoming the greatest city in the post-atom war world. Thanks...

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I’ve been a 2000 AD reader since the very first Prog way back in ’77, and I’ve really enjoyed – and appreciated – the serious push IDW has been doing with Rebellion to bring 2000...

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