From Garth Ennis’ pen comes a might story of grit, determination and above all Justice. These series of stories were written at the end period of Ennis’ initially Judge Dredd run, published in 2001 by Titan, this was one of a series of Dredd books that hit the shelf. Ennis at this stage was a […]Read more "Judge Dredd : Goodnight Kiss"
For over 25 years, one video game character has dominated the popular consciousness of gamers around the globe. The spiky blur hedgehog wearing red and white sneakers has had a gaming legacy which is a bit hit or miss. Sonic’s franchise when looking through the majority of his catalogue has been a bit of a […]Read more "Sonic the Hedgehog – The Original"
This is one of the most stunning compilations I have ever had the pleasure of reading, Clint Langley takes over art duty as the ABC Warriors relive key moments in the Volgan War. Throughout the beloved and long running ABC Warriors strip, many fine artists have already contributed to this engaging narrative. With Clint Langley, […]Read more "ABC Warriors: The Mek Files 04"
It’s certainly not hyperbole to suggest that the second Doctor Who serial, which introduced it’s most famous villains, was the most important episode in the history of the show. The Daleks are as old as Doctor Who itself, they have appeared with every incarnation of The Doctor so far (although the connection to McGann’s Doctor […]Read more "Doctor Who : The Daleks"
Two comic strips with a shared narrative which appeared in the Doctor Who Magazine’s Summer Special in 1994. The first narrative entitles Are you Listening? features the First Doctor and his companions Vicki and Steven. They arrive inside what seems like a vast city but in fact is a sentient machine. Requiring their help, the city […]Read more "Doctor Who – Are You Listening / Younger and Wiser"
Less than a year after the broadcast of An Unearthy Child on television, TV Comic had started it’s own Doctor Who comic strip. The Klepton Parasites has the honour of being the first non TV Doctor Who story to be created. It’s also a fairly important narrative, it introduces the characters of John and Gillian […]Read more "Doctor Who – The Klepton Parasites"
Being a massive Doctor Who fan, I thought it was about time I finally got around to watching the story which started it all. Now handily available on DVD, this was the very first story featuring our favourite Time Lord. It was originally broadcast on November 23, 1963 and became a massive success due to […]Read more "Doctor Who : An Unearthly Child"