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Ether: Death Of The Last Golden Blaze

By Kindt & Rubín Publisher: Dark Horse ISBN: 9781506701745 After the discovery of a portal to a magical dimension Boone, a dyed-in-the-wool scientist, becomes obsessed with exploring and understanding this strange realm. Regardless of the mystical nature of the place he is rigid in his mindset that magic must obey scientific laws and so regardless […]

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Motro

By Farinas, Freitas & Hill Publisher: Oni Press ISBN: 9781620104088 Motro is a story with a broad scope, an legendary feel and an ambitious reach, telling the tale of young boy with an astounding strength who is seeking his place in the world. Each chapter looks at a different stage in his life, constructing a […]

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Barracuda Vol 6: Deliverance

By Dufaux & Jérémy Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183543 The series draws to its conclusion with this sixth and final book, and it’s got everything going on. Sea battles, deception, ambush, murder, and a lot of bloodshed, but then again none of the protagonists play particularly nicely with others, so all of that was to be […]

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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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Barracuda Vol 5: Cannibals

By Dufaux & Jérémy Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183062 This series is very much in the fantastical vein that Pirates of the Caribbean sits in rather than, say, Treasure Island, but as we’ve romanticised the actions of pirates for so long now this is becoming something of the norm. The opening of this book splits the […]

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Lament Of The Lost Moors Vol 4: Kyle Of Klanach

By Rosinski & Dufaux Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183000 After the third volume ended on such an unexpected cliffhanger I was rather looking forward to where Rosinski and Dufaux were going to take this next, and I’m pleased to say they don’t disappoint. Siobhán is now under the complete control of the sinister Gerfauts, twisting her […]

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