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Tag: Brian Bolland

Bolland Strips! by Brian Bolland (graphic novel review).

June 10, 2020 | By | Reply More
Bolland Strips! by Brian Bolland (graphic novel review).

While tracking down ‘The Art Of Brian Bolland’, I came across ‘Bolland Strips!’ I did wonder if the celebrated artist had taken up streaking or posing for art class wryly before realising the book contains some comicstrip material that I probably hadn’t seen before, reinforced by reading the other book. For starters, the three strips […]

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Illustrators Special #6: Brian Bolland (book review)

December 8, 2019 | By | Reply More
Illustrators Special #6: Brian Bolland  (book review)

You cannot have been brought up on comicbooks from the late 1970s on without seeing the art of Brian Bolland. Principally known for his work on ‘Judge Dredd’, ‘Camelot 2000’ and ‘The Killing Joke’, Bolland admits he is not the fastest artist and predominately did far more covers than interiors. I met Brian briefly around […]

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Judge Dredd: The Judge Child by John Wagner, Alan Grant, Brian Bolland, Mick McMahan and Ron Smith (graphic novel review).

April 17, 2013 | By | Reply More
Judge Dredd: The Judge Child by John Wagner, Alan Grant, Brian Bolland, Mick McMahan and Ron Smith (graphic novel review).

‘Find the Judge Child!’ Those are the dying words of Judge Feyy, a pre-cog with 88.8% accuracy who has foreseen a ghastly war which destroys Mega-City One and leaves foul creatures to prey on the survivors. Only the Judge Child can prevent this! Owen Chrysler is the name of the Judge Child and on his […]

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Judge Dredd: The Dark Judges by John Wagner, Alan Grant, Brian Bolland, Brett Ewins, Cliff Robinson (comic-book review).

December 24, 2012 | By | Reply More
Judge Dredd: The Dark Judges by John Wagner, Alan Grant, Brian Bolland, Brett Ewins, Cliff Robinson (comic-book review).

Warning! Warning! ‘Judge Dredd: The Dark Judges’ is a super little book but beware duplicating stuff you may already have. Dredd is featured in the title because he’s the big name Judge of Mega-City One but he doesn’t feature all through. Pages 54-114 have the story with the overall title of ‘Four Dark Judges’ which […]

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