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(Apologies for the two images – the letter was printed over two pages, and my limited Photoshop skills couldn’t seamlessly blend them together again, even with help from all the King’s horses AND all the King’s men, useless bastards.) Having a letter printed in a comic book is great, in my opinion. So, all my letters printed are special to…

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Another letter in a comic book, another comic book by Priest. XERØ was a wonderful series that was criminally cut short due to poor sales and woeful treatment by the power people at DC – for a personal reflection on the many travesties poured on this book, read this piece written by Priest, which is depressing but fascinating. Trane Walker,…

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Green Wing was a breath of fresh air on Channel 4 last year. Inventive, surreal, visually distinctive, populated with great comedy actors, backed by good writers, and experimenting by doing comedy in an hour-long show, rather than taking the easy route of 30 minutes of jokes. Most importantly, it was very, very funny. It was with great anticipation that I…

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After all the light negativity of my Trimming the Collection posts, I thought I would let some of my old positivity take centre stage for a bit. Here is a scan of my printed letter in The Challengers of the Unknown of the late ’90s. (Click to enlarge.) As a fan of comics, getting a letter printed was brilliant, and…

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I Can’t Believe I Own This ComicMutant X #1by Howard Mackie & Tom Raney Okay, let me justify myself first. I am a sucker for alternate universe stories. Not the boring ‘Nazis won World War II’ stuff, but skewed versions of fictional worlds that I enjoy. It is a weakness of mine, along with dark-haired woman and Krispy Kreme doughnuts.…

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