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Review: Tall Tales from the Badlands

| June 30, 2011 | 0 Comments
Review: Tall Tales from the Badlands

The subject of today’s review is Tall Tales from the Badlands, a Western anthology written by brothers Sean and Seamus Kevin Fahey and drawn by a variety of artists.  I’ve already spoken of my love for Westerns in earlier reviews, so I’m always happy to read more comics within the genre.  This isn’t the first anthology […]

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Review – Jack Hammer: Political Science #1

| June 23, 2011 | 0 Comments
Review – Jack Hammer: Political Science #1

John Lees reviews Jack Hammer: Political Science!

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Review: Healed #1

| June 16, 2011 | 0 Comments
Review: Healed #1

No disease.  No illness.  Now what? Here is a case of a comic boldly declaring its own elevator pitch on its front cover, in the eye-catching form of a newspaper headline.  It’s a tantalising high concept that writer George O’Connor has come up with: what if one day everybody in the world stopped dying of […]

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Review: Omnitarium

| June 9, 2011 | 0 Comments
Review: Omnitarium

Written by Jamie Gambell and drawn by J.C. Grande, Omnitarium is a horror story set in Victorian England, revolving around a prison community that finds itself under siege by an old evil that refuses to die.  Omnitarium is a four-part miniseries, but it might be better to call it a story of two halves.  Reading […]

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Review: The Holy Terror #1

| June 2, 2011 | 0 Comments
Review: The Holy Terror #1

Comics and pro wrestling go well together.  I was a big fan of both when I was younger, and though in recent years my enthusiasm has shifted much towards the comic book realm and away from the stagnant wrestling scene, I’ve still long harboured the notion that combining the two could make for a natural […]

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Review: Ghost Lines #1

| May 26, 2011 | 0 Comments
Review: Ghost Lines #1

Having greatly enjoyed writer Mark Bertolini’s work in supervillain series Breakneck, I was excited to read Ghost Lines, the Creator’s Edge Press series he is writing in collaboration with artist Carl Yonder.  This is a very different comic to Breakneck, in terms of both content and tone, but what remains consistent is the quality of […]

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Review: Caffeinated Toothpaste

| May 19, 2011 | 0 Comments
Review: Caffeinated Toothpaste

I myself have never been the biggest follower of webcomics.  I followed Shortpacked daily for the best part of a year at one point, but drifted away from it.  And I love Tears of the Dragon by ComixTribe’s Tyler James, but I’ll admit I’m often lax about checking updates every week, more often finding myself […]

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Review – Abyss: Family Issues #1

| May 12, 2011 | 0 Comments
Review – Abyss: Family Issues #1

A lot of comics readers rag on superheroes.  They’re bland and unoriginal.  They’re just for kids.  Every story has already been told.  I’ve heard all the criticisms, and some of them may have a degree of merit.  But still, I personally love the genre, and can’t get enough of it.  Where some see a story […]

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Review – 8: A Steampunk Anthology

| May 5, 2011 | 0 Comments
Review – 8: A Steampunk Anthology

The illopond Creative Collective is a stable of independent artists who put a focus on the creation and distribution of their own original work, and 8: A Steampunk Anthology is their latest collaboration, a follow-up to 8: A Kid’s Book Anthology.  Given the focus illopond puts on the creative autonomy of the artist, every story […]

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Review: Vic Boone #1

| April 28, 2011 | 0 Comments
Review: Vic Boone #1

It’s been a real pleasure seeing 215 Ink grow over the past few months.  I’ve been excited about their ever-growing lineup of quality comics, and it seems more people are starting to recognise that.  Vic Boone in particular is a series that has had quite a bit of buzz around it, perhaps the most I’ve […]

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Review: Good Samaritan – Unto Dust #1

| April 21, 2011 | 1 Comment
Review: Good Samaritan – Unto Dust #1

Mike Luoma, the chief creative force behind Glow-in-the-Dark Radio, is best known for his work as a radio DJ.  But he has also put out quite an impressive library of indy comics in recent years.  Panthea Obscura, the Vatican Assassin trilogy and, perhaps best known, Holy Shit all deal with the theme of religion in […]

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Review: Nothingface #1

| April 14, 2011 | 0 Comments
Review: Nothingface #1

I first became aware of Kel Nuttall as an incredibly talented letterer, with no idea of any inclination he might have had towards writing comics.  So, what first attracted my attention to Nothingface was curiosity over how well Kel made the leap from one discipline to another.  But upon reading Nothingface #1, I was struck […]

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