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By Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill Don’t say I’m not on the cutting edge of reviewing … This was a Christmas present from my better half – the hardcover version with O’Neill’s signature inside – so I’ve been taking my time and enjoying it. Because it’s a fascinating book. The Black Dossier isn’t really a story, even though it tries…

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Collection of the first Tangent comics, based on concepts created by Dan Jurgens. Volume 1Dan Jurgens – The AtomRon Marz & Mike McKone – Metal MenJames Robinson & JH Williams III – Green LanternTodd Dezago & Gary Frank – FlashKurt Busiek & Paul Ryan – Sea Devils I haven’t read any comics from Dan Jurgens before – no particular reason,…

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Friday the 13th was unlucky for me but lucky for Rich Johnston in that I couldn’t find a copy of Watchmensch in Gosh! or Forbidden Planet (I didn’t get down to Orbital). I hadn’t preordered it, so it’s my fault, but I was feeling in a Watchmen vibe and Johnston has recently become a statistic in the recession, so I…

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By Paul Gravett With Watchmen hype flowing over the world and DC trying to capture the zeitgeist and get people to try comic books with their ‘After Watchmen, What Next?’ promotion (which isn’t going to work but points for effort), the answer to the question of what sorts of comic books would people try can be found in other places.…

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Batman #667–669, 672–675 by Grant Morrison, JH Williams III, Tony S Daniel In the parlance of football commentary, this book is a game of two halves – one of quality and wit and imagination, the other is overblown and silly and lacking in art. While all comes from the imagination of Morrison, the first half is drawn by Williams whereas…

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