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REVIEW: Alien 3 Issue 1

The Alien franchise has always been weird. The first three movies especially throw everything at the screen and see what gets woven into a nest using some kind of secretive resin. Space truckers in Hell, the best Starship Troopers movie before the Starship Troopers movie and an entire generation of Brit character actors shaving their …

REVIEW: Alien 3 Issue 1

Review: Mind MGMT Volume 1

The Sequential sale finishes tomorrow so now is the time to pick up something. And if you’re interested in spy fiction, you need to check out Mind MGMT Volume 1. Meru is a journalist and she’s worried she’s missed the boat. Her first book was huge but since then she’s had trouble focusing, hasn’t been …

Review: Mind MGMT Volume 1

Announcing The Hellboy Project

I love Hellboy, and have done from the first time I saw a cover and wondered who the large red chap with the odd right hand was. The book’s combination of pulptastic monster punching, fun characters, beautiful art and colossal over-arching plot was unlike anything else on the shelves at the time. Even now, there’s …

Announcing The Hellboy Project

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

Episode 7

There’s a glorious moment in The Shakespeare Code, a 10th Doctor Who episode where, in a very offhand way, it’s mentioned that Shakespeare has no problem with the company of men. David Tennant grins and says ’57 academics just PUNCHED the air.’ Tonight? It’s the editors’ turn. Lucasfilm has been bought by Disney for 4 …

Episode 7

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