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Marvel’s phase 4 movies schedule announced.

July 21, 2019 | By | Reply More
Marvel’s phase 4 movies schedule announced.

Want to know when the new Thor movie, Black Widow film, or next Doctor Strange flick is hitting in the coming 12 months and beyond? Of course you do. You’re only human, after all. So, here’s the big reveal of Marvel’s phase 4 at San Diego Comic Con.

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Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD (season 6 TV trailer).

July 19, 2019 | By | 1 Reply More
Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD (season 6 TV trailer).

Here’s the final trailer for the last – supposedly (we keep on getting told the thing is really, really, finished; then, like a zombie, it comes shambling back) – series of the TV journey that has been Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD. It’s all about Bad Coulson – a little like Bad Santa, but a spy-fy […]

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Alter Ego #159 July 2019 (magazine review).

July 17, 2019 | By | Reply More
Alter Ego #159 July 2019 (magazine review).

After four issues where Michal T. Gilbert aka Mr. Monster has been giving us the correspondence of comicbook artist/writer Pete Morisi (aka PAM) that he had with the now late Glen D. Johnson, we get a mass of it this time. As Johnson never kept copies of what his own letters were, we only see […]

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Nick Fury, Agent Of SHIELD: Who Is Scorpio? by Steranko & Co. (graphic novel review).

June 27, 2019 | By | Reply More
Nick Fury, Agent Of SHIELD: Who Is Scorpio? by Steranko & Co. (graphic novel review).

Oddly, I though the sequel to ‘Nick Fury, Agent Of SHIELD’ wasn’t available or out of print or not even out there and then the long river website’s algorithm popped it up and indicated very few copies left. It then became a panic buy just in case some of you lucky folk out there beat […]

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Back Issue #113 July 2019 (magazine review).

May 23, 2019 | By | Reply More
Back Issue #113 July 2019 (magazine review).

You know how it is. A new issue of ‘Back Issue’ arrives, ahead of # 112 which arrived a couple days later, and instead of just reading the opening article, I ended up reading 20 pages in my first sitting. As the cover shows, this issue covers the 1989 ‘Batman’ film and it’s hard to […]

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The Silent Invasion: The Great Fear vol. 2 by Larry Hancock and Michael Cherkas (graphic novel review).

May 15, 2019 | By | Reply More
The Silent Invasion: The Great Fear vol. 2 by Larry Hancock and Michael Cherkas (graphic novel review).

‘The Silent Invasion: The Great Fear’ is the follow-up volume to ‘The Silent Invasion: Red Shadows’ and continues the adventures of Matt Sinkage, ace reporter. If you want to read ‘Red Shadows’ then stop here because spoilers are inevitable. In that book, Matt Sinkage investigated UFOs but was blocked in his efforts by a secret […]

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Zero Hour: Crisis In Time by Dan Jurgens and Jerry Ordway (graphic novel review).

May 1, 2019 | By | Reply More
Zero Hour: Crisis In Time by Dan Jurgens and Jerry Ordway (graphic novel review).

In the introduction to the graphic novel of ‘Zero Hour: Crisis In Time’, artist/writer Dan Jurgens points out the problems of discovering that while giving Oliver Queen his 45th birthday in the ‘Green Arrow’ comic-book, the effect that would have on all the other characters in the DC Universe, who must surely be of a […]

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The Wisdom Of Wonder Woman by Signe Bergstrom (book review).

April 21, 2019 | By | Reply More
The Wisdom Of Wonder Woman by Signe Bergstrom (book review).

Looking at the title, ‘The Wisdom Of Wonder Woman’, Signe Bergstrom has brought together dialogue from across the history of the most famous Amazon in comicbooks, touching on the TV series and recent film. Each alternative page has a piece of art from the comicbooks and you can play a game of spotting who drew […]

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Retro Fan #4 Spring 2019 (magazine review).

April 17, 2019 | By | Reply More
Retro Fan #4 Spring 2019 (magazine review).

The fourth issue of ‘Retro Fan’ and the cover shows things from the past are catching up with the present with a certain red-garbed guy but let’s start off with Martin Pasko’s look at the history of the Green Hornet which filled in a lot of gaps. I always thought that making Kato the inventor […]

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The Final Night by Karl Kesel, Ron Marz, Stuart Immonen, Mike McKone, Joe Marzan Jr. and Mark McKenna (graphic novel review).

March 29, 2019 | By | Reply More
The Final Night by Karl Kesel, Ron Marz, Stuart Immonen, Mike McKone, Joe Marzan Jr. and Mark McKenna (graphic novel review).

Those of you familiar with the 1960s Legion Of Super-Heroes would have come across the Sun-Eater in Adventures Comic # 352-353, written by a young Jim Shooter with art of Curt Swan, this murky cloud is systematically destroying stars. It took the LSH and them gathering the members of what became the Fatal Five to […]

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