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Serenity: Those Left Behind and Serenity: Better Days by Joss Whedon & Brett Matthews and Will Conrad Before I left the US in September 2002, I saw the first episode of Firefly (not the pilot – in their infinite wisdom, Fox had decided not to show that first). I didn’t see the remaining episodes until I bought the DVD box…

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Batman #608–612 and 613–619 by Jeph Loeb and Jim Lee My love of Jim Lee’s art overcomes the lack of enjoyment I get from stories written by Jeph Loeb (my apologies if I bore you with how much I don’t get the big deal with Loeb – I’ll stop doing it soon I promise). I will read pretty much anything…

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Guy Ritchie’s Gamekeeper #1–5Story by Guy Ritchie, script by Andy Diggle, art by Mukeshi Singh Poor Virgin Comics. Grand plans, big names, glossy books – but did they ever stand a chance? I liked John Woo’s 7 Brothers (mostly because it was written by Garth Ennis), but I didn’t have any particular affinity for the rest of the line of…

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Astonishing X-Men #19–24 and Giant-Size Astonishing X-Men #1 by Joss Whedon and John Cassaday After the first three trades, Joss Whedon brings to a conclusion his X-Men story in rousing fashion, and his tribute to the Claremont/Byrne days is complete. Not that this is a negative – there is nothing wrong with being inspired and dedicated to a particular era,…

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Before I talk about the comic books I bought this week, I just wanted to mention Screenwipe – Charlie Brooker, the scabrous and viciously funny journalist/presenter, returns to BBC4 to review and comment on recent events. Best programme on television at the moment, and you should be watching it. On the first show of this new series, he opines on…

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Power Pack: Day One issues 1–4 by Fred Van Lente and GuriHiru Back in March, when I first read about the mini-series, I took a slightly defensive stance to the announcement – why should they revisit an already perfect story? Hmm? On reflection, this was perhaps an over-reaction to a completely sensible idea: if you are doing new Power Pack…

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Action Comics #858–863 by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank There are certain writers of a large stature in the comic book field who I don’t really understand why they are so popular and I don’t really like the work of theirs I have read. One such writer is Jeph Loeb – I’m disappointed that he’s doing an arc on Season…

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