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The Survivors (Quantum Anomalies) Episode 4

By Leo Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183468 The fortunes of Marie and Alex go from bad to worse as their captors force them into a temporal rift, where they find themselves trapped along with their would-be rescuers, the Holorans Antac and Selkert. Not knowing just how far in to the future they’ve been flung the alien […]

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Mezolith Book 2: Stone Age Dreams & Nightmares

By Haggarty & Brockbank Publisher: Archaia ISBN: 9781608868315 Rather pleasingly, Haggarty and Brockbank’s Mezolith has returned with another collection of tales set in Stone Age Britain. The tales further expand on the beliefs and experiences of the Kansa tribe, and young Poika in particular as he prepares to leave boyhood behind. This book, along with […]

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Namibia: Episode 5

By Rodolphe, Leo & Marchal Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183307 With the 1950s just over the horizon, Kathy Austin and Vladimir are stealing into the heart of the Namibian base that they understand to be the home of extraterrestrial invaders of Earth, all made possible by a second race of beings keen on assisting the natives […]

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The Best We Could Do

By Thi Bui Publisher: Abrams Comicsarts ISBN: 9781419718779 I’m a little too young to remember the Vietnam war and its aftermath, but not the slew of retrospective and gung-ho movies and comics that followed it. Pretty much all of these seemed to focus on a small group or an individual who valiantly took the fight […]

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Thorgal Vol 18: The Kingdom Beneath The Sand

By Rosinski & Van Hamme Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183451 It seems like an age since we last had a Thorgal book, so I grabbed this one as soon as it arrived and delved straight in. Thorgal and family have been searching for a new home for some time now, steadily sailing further and further south […]

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Caravaggio Vol 1: The Palette & The Sword

By Milo Manara Publisher: Dark Horse ISBN: 9781506703398 Often the illustrator of other people’s stories, Milo Manara has brought his formidable talents to the page once again, but this time as the writer as well. The topic is one of the world’s greatest painters, Caravaggio, clearly a personal passion and inspiration for Manara and one […]

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