Review – 100% Biodegradable Issue 19

100% Biodegradable Issue 19 Before I start I’ll post the blurb which will save me putting credits on everything. I’m lazy but I’m not stupid : Inside issue 19 of 100% Biodegradable: A seaside clash between Mods and Rockers is met with nuclear retaliation in Mods Versus Mutants by David Hailwood, Neil Bryant and Tony…

Review – Lizard Men #1 from Comichaus

Quick summary of the plot? A rockstar somehow becomes Prime Minister and finds out that maybe David Icke isn’t as crazy as everyone thinks. This first issue pretty much deals exclusively with setting up the main character Dylan Zamani. A gay rockstar with zero political experience or ability who was brought up by an activist…

Review – Minky Woodcock : The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini #1

I’ll start this with a quick plot summary. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle visits the offices of Woodcock & Son hoping to hire famous detective Benedick Woodcock whose help he wants exposing Harry Houdini. In his absence his daughter, Minky, agrees to help and the plot thickens via a trip to an erotic medium and a…

Review – The Wonderful World of Tank Girl #1

Part 1 (of 4)  Writer: Alan Martin  Artist: Brett Parson  Publisher: Titan Comics  FC – 32pp – $3.99 – On sale: October 25 In which Tank Girl and crew go on a surfboard launched heist to steal from one of our heroines old classmates, things go pear shaped and only a rescue/full out assault, can…

Released Today – Fighting American #1

Not gonna write up a full review of this but I have read it and really enjoyed it.  Due to my lack of familiarity with The Fighting American it was hard not to read it more as Captain America and Bucky but a quick wikki read tells me that’s probably a justifiable point of view. …

Review : Impossible

Written by Chris Sides with art by Jake Rowlinson, Impossible is a bit of a weird one in that it ends at the point many stories would properly get started. I’ll try and explain that a bit better but as a result this will contain mild spoilers. The story deals with a group taking over…

Review – Doctor Who : The Lost Dimension pt1

Sooooo, The Lost Dimension.  This’ll be Titan’s big Doctor Who crossover event spanning eight issues over the four ongoing Who series and four special editions. I won’t post any major spoilers but in this issue alone we’re getting appearances by SIX Doctors, Captain Jack, the Doctor’s Daughter, white holes, multiple Cloister Bells and the person…

Review – Doctor Who the 11th Doctor Year 3 #8

Not really read much in the way of Doctor Who comics. Well, not since it was Doctor Who weekly back in the 80s anyway. But I was a big fan of the Matt Smith run on Who (even if it did introduce Clara…hsssssssss) so as this is a part one…. Opening page gives us a…

Review – SHERLOCK: THE GREAT GAME #1

So this is….are you sitting comfortably….the translated reprint of the manga adaptation of the television screenplay. Arguably as a manga it’s outside what the website is set up to cover but it’s released by a British company and I liked it so nyeeerrrrrr. Based as the title suggests on the third episode of the series,…

Review – Quake Champions #1

Right, I’m sitting comfortably, I’ve got a beer and I’m playing the Quake 2 soundtrack louder than the neighbors would probably like. Optimal settings to give this comic a go. Written by Ram V with art by Alan Quah this comic, as you’d expect from the game it’s based on, hits the floor running and…