This is a unique comic book hitting the marketplace at the moment, evoking memories of such classic British comics as Whizzer and Chips and The Beezer. It features superb narrative set pieces and characterisation and a vibrant and bold artistic style. It is, to be frank, one of the engaging and enjoyable reads of the […]Read more "Cthulhu Kids – Cosmic Terror Funnies"
It’s a strange feeling being displaced. I now live in Canada with my beautiful wife and I absolutely adore this country. It’s open and tolerant populace and the variety of restaurants, the scenery and I love the cold harshness of Winter. I still find it captivating and fresh and magical. It’s a place which is […]Read more "Spide the Lost Tribes – A Novel by Andy Luke"
In the run up to one of the most anticipated games of the year – Red Dead Redemption 2, I have decided to start a Rockstar Retrospective series. Looking back on all the quality titles which have come from this development studio. One game stands out, it’s a game that I owned on it’s original […]Read more "Rockstar Retrospective: Grand Theft Auto III"
Those eagle eyed readers of Talking Comics will have realised that this is my second feature on the In Print series. This is a web comic featuring various incarnations of Doctor Who with a delightfully humorous edge. This time we are focusing on the narrative of the series and the writer himself – Alasdair Shaw. […]Read more "Doctor Who – In Print by Alasdair Shaw"
If you are like me, your first experience of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was the 1987 cartoon series which was produced by Fred Wolf. I was about 5 years old when this series premiered and was the second cartoon franchise I religiously watched. I had a few of the toys – a Raphael complete […]Read more "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Season #1"
As I was interviewing Pat Mills about his Charley’s war series – a series which depicts with great acclaimed accuracy events and the environmental conditions of the First World War. He mentioned to me that Marvel had produced a similar series regarding the Vietnam War – called The ‘Nam. I later found and purchased the […]Read more "Marvel’s Finest – The ‘Nam"
The webcomic is a genre which has become increasingly prevalent in the last decade, it’s a natural progression from the famous newspaper funnies which produce pithy, satirical and occasionally wiry page fillers for popular printed newspaper and magazines. But it’s an incredibly skillful ability to be able to tell a story in as little as […]Read more