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Great British Comic-Book Characters: An Introduction

We spend most of our time in the Precinct writing about the heroes and villains that inhabit the pages of DC’s comic-book universe, in fact about 90% of the posts originating from us are about this classic company’s plethora of characters. 511 mots de plus

Comics

Review: Judge Dredd The Complete Case Files 01

Looking to get into Judge Dredd? I say start at the beginning. Judge Dredd The Complete Case Files 01 including 2000 AD Progs 2-60 should be your next read. 327 mots de plus

Comics

HALO, HALO, HALO: THE FEMINIST SPACE OPERA YOU'VE PROBABLY NEVER HEARD OF BUT SHOULD BE READING

Like approximately everyone else in the Western world, I saw Mad Max: Fury Road a couple of weeks back, which apart from being simultaneously the most amazing and manic experience of my life, got me thinking about Halo Jones. 876 mots de plus

Essay

"Through The Woods" by Emily Carroll - review

© 2014 by Emily Carroll

I’m a bit of a late starter when it comes to graphic novels.

When I was at school, more than twenty years ago now, some of my more sophisticated classmates tried to introduce me to books like… 702 mots de plus

Reviews

Laying Down the Law

Pen and ink on 11” by 14” Bristol board (click to enlarge). Judge Dredd from the covers of Judge Dredd. The original covers were drawn by Zack Howard and colored by Nelson Daniel. 10 mots de plus

Reproductions

Review Brew: Aquila #2

Writer: Gordon Rennie

Artist: Leigh Gallagher

Color Artist: Gary Caldwell

Londinium Falls In Blood And Fire

After reading and enjoying the first issue of this series, issue two doesn’t disappoint at all. 521 mots de plus

Comic News

Ornery ordinary citizen demands the impossible.

Ornery is a wonderful Americanism.

Usually the Merkuns take English and it’s English Schminglish after they’ve mangled it.

A less wonderful Americanism is their colour-coded ‘Dumbmocracy.’ 272 mots de plus

Escape From Tyranny