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The Magic Order: Book One

By Millar & Coipel Publisher: Image ISBN: 9781534308718 The first thing that strikes you about this book is the sheer abundance of Netflix logos all across it. And with good reason. The digital behemoth has snapped up Mark Millar’s increasingly varied set of stories and set him loose on yet more, so although the comics […]

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Trent Vol 4: The Valley Of Fear

By Rodolphe & Leo Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183949 Somewhere up in the frozen Canadian north a railway construction camp is trying to make its way through some uneven terrain, including blasting a tunnel through a mountain. Dangerous work at the best of times, but the work crew are spooked by a string of bad luck […]

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Alone Vol 9: Before The Midnight Child

By Gazzotti & Vehlmann Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849184106 There was a point with Alone, a few volumes back, where the children’s predicament was explained and the whole rationale of a world without adults given context. I felt it was the first wobble in what’s been a fantastic series to date. My fear was that we […]

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Distant Worlds Episode 1

By Leo & Icar Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183758 Rather splendidly, there’s a new Leo book out, and like Aldebaran it’s set on a distant colony world struggling to find its feet.  It begins with the arrival of a mother and her two young adult children, summoned to Altair-3 by the husband and father they’ve all […]

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Valerian & Laureline Vol 20: The Order Of The Stones

By Mézières and Christin Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849183369 Although we’re moving ever closer to the dramatic climax of Mézières and Christin’s opus I can’t help but feel, in all the building tension, drama, and excitement, a bit of sadness that it will be soon be over. I’ve even been a little reluctant to pick this […]

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Clifton Vol 8: Sir Jason

By Turk & de Groot Publisher: Cinebook ISBN: 9781849184076 What-ho! Absolutely splendid news old chap. There’s a new Clifton out. Don’t know where the blighter’s been these past few months but it’s a welcome return to the old boy and make no mistake. Retired from active service, Clifton’s taking life easy in Dormhouse, a sleepy […]

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