Batman ’66: The Lost Episode

Like many of my generation, I first encountered Batman in the brilliant, campy and friendly 1966 TV show.  Headlined by the talents of Burt Ward and Adam West, I would have watched this with my father on a Saturday morning while I ate my breakfast.  On reading through this title, I was immediately transported to […]

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The DC Universe of Alan Moore

It’s often quoted that Alan Moore wrote to ‘make comics grow up’.  While it’s true that most of his series, such as Swamp Thing were aimed at mainstream mature audiences.  He’s also written stories featuring the conventional capes and spandex brigade.  He’s a writer who can craft deep nuances and surprisingly powerful narratives featuring the […]

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Doctor Who : Operation Volcano #1

I absolutely adore Sylvester McCoy’s portrayal as The Doctor.  He was never going to be an action figure like Jon Pertwee or contain the fresh faced youthful exuberance of Peter Davison.  But as a mysterious and unknowable magician type figure, his unknowable and ancient Timelord persona, gelled with the upturn in the quality of the […]

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