A Month Of Comics: Part 3


Finally, I get to wrap things up in my review of five weeks of comic book purchases. Too much work, going away for the weekend, then no internet connection really gets in the way of blogging, you know? So, time to discuss the remaining books, with no particularly linking theme. Usagi Yojimbo #112 – the second part to ‘Sakura’, there’s…

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A Month Of Comics: Part 2


Today’s batch of comics is made of up my Warren Ellis obsession and the Mature Reader books. It’s not necessarily a sensible way to split up my haul of books, but I never promised Aristotlean classification here. No Hero #0 – Ellis and his Black Summer collaborator Juan Jose Jyp (another monthly book I’m enjoying) start another ‘serialised graphic novel’…

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A Month Of Comic Books: Part 1


I’ve had to take some time away from the blog due to family matters, which have also impacted my purchasing of comic books. When I went in to pick up my stash, I had five weeks of floppies waiting for me. Therefore, I thought it would be a good opportunity to do some mini-reviews, to give a taste of what…

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TV: The Secret of Doctor Who


It’s been an eventful time for Doctor Who, both on and off screen. Russell T Davies, now an OBE, the man who successfully updated Doctor Who after nearly 20 years off our screens, is stepping down from the series runner position. He will be replaced by Steven Moffat, who has written some of the best episodes of the past four…

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Book – Where Did It All Go Right?


By Andrew Collins Andrew Collins – journalist (various magazines, including NME, Q, Empire), editor (Empire, Q, Radio Times film reviews), broadcaster (Radio 1 show, movie review show in ITV, 6 Music), television writer (Eastenders, Not Going Out) – obviously likes doing different things. He has become a blogger after all of this, and he’s even written some proper books that…

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