Clayton Cowles

Bog Bodies

Killian has a problem. Killian is a problem, a young thug who’s badly screwed up. Driven out to the bogs by old friend and mentor Keano, and Gerry, a man who no one calls friend, Killian escapes. Wounded, terrified and on the run, he meets Neev, a young woman in a similar situation and together […]

Bog Bodies

Captain on the Page

This piece originally appeared as part of my weekly newsletter, The Full Lid on 8th March 2019. If you liked it, and want a weekly down of pop culture enthusiasm, occasional ketchup recipes and me enjoying things, then check out the archive and sign up here. Kelly Thompson is one of the writers on my ‘instantly

Captain on the Page

Review: Hulk Issue 1

Jennifer Walters has been the designated cool big sister of the Marvel universe for a while now. Her last pair of solo outings, written by Dan Slott and Charles Soule respectively, moved her definitively out of the angst cloud that traditionally hung over the Hulk characters and into something much more positive. Soule’s run in

Review: Hulk Issue 1

The Lists: Comics of 2014

Ms Marvel The last time the Marvel universe had a debut this perfect, the character’s surname was Parker. I could, and have gone on about how smart, funny and entertaining G Willow Wilson‘s latest title is. After all, It’s a teenage superhero story that discusses issues of social inclusion, cultural integration and the untrammeled horror

The Lists: Comics of 2014

Leaves On The Wind: Serenity Issue 1

The first issue of Serenity: Leaves On The Wind is out today. This is the long awaited continuation of Serenity, which was itself the long awaited continuation of the Joss Whedon sci-fi western, Firefly. Firefly is that rare thing; a show whose central concept maps perfectly onto its fandom. The thematic topography of both is

Leaves On The Wind: Serenity Issue 1

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