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William Gibson’s Alien 3 #1 Review

Nowhere is safe from the Xenomorph, not even a canceled script will stay dead. Prepare for scares as we dive into the first issue...
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Comic Review: Street Fighter x GI Joe #1

The Real American Heroes are testing their might against the classic Capcom franchise. Who will win? Street Fighter or G.I Joe? Which ninja is better and which military man is tougher? Let's find out.
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Comic Review: G.I Joe Deviations

What would happen if G.I Joe lost to its superior in nearly every way enemy Cobra? How would Cobra cope with running the world? What would happen if someone decided you could actually inject some humour which is all cool and popular? Well, you'd get G.I Joe Deviations.

Bloodborne #2 Review

Finally the second issue of Titan Comics badass new series, Bloodborne, has released and like the premiere issue, it does not disappoint. My appreciation for this series continues to grow, if only the love and respect that has been infused into this comic was shared with every other video game comic adaptation!

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo: Millenium #1 Review

After a series of novels, a Swedish film adaptation and an American film adaptation, it's safe to say that Stieg Larsson's The Girl With...

Little Nightmares #2 Review – Where’s the Camp Fire?

Titan Comics has released the second issue of their Little Nightmares comic book series, and it almost continues where the last one left us, however...
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Moon Knight (2014) Issue #1 Review, He’s Back and Better than...

Although he recently turned up in the Age of Ultron, Moon Knight isn't a particularly big name in the Marvel Universe. Marc Specter has a history that would make less popular than The Punisher but Moon Knight is such an interesting character that you can't put this book down.

Umbrella Academy: Hotel Oblivion #1 Review

Its been nearly 10 years since Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba released Umbrella Academy: Dallas and the time has finally come for the third story, Umbrella Academy: Hotel Oblivion, to hit shelves October 3rd.
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Wet Moon, Book 3: Further Realms of Fright Review

I came to Sophie Campbell's Wet Moon series retrospectively. Actually to be perfectly blunt, I discovered Wet Moon this week, about 13 years after the first...

Paper Girls Volume 2 Review

Paper Girls Volume 2 picks up right where the first one left off and focuses on character development above all else. There's giant maggots...

Stranger Things #1 Review

With the success of the Netflix original series Stranger Things, it's no surprise that Dark Horse felt the need to make a comic to...
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X-Men Blue #2 Review – The Plot Thickens

First off let me just say if individual issues of comic books had their own titles aside from a number it would have saved...
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I Am Fire Review

I Am Fire is the second full-length story by Leicestershire comic writer and artist Rachael Smith. I reviewed her first, ‘The Way We Write’ earlier this year and loved it.
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Serenity: Leaves on the Wind Review

Leaves on the Wind promises to be something special. The canonical Firefly comic has a wealth of characters at its disposal and with the writers behind the action-filled, yet emotional, Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8 and 9 working on it, fans are in for a treat.
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Comic Review: DC Rebirth #1 Review – DC is Sorry About...

It's that time again where DC needs to go off in a bold new direction, which is supposed to be bolder and newer than its last direction. This time, it has come in the form of DC Rebirth. So what went down in DC Rebirth?

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