Take a look at a five-page preview of the upcoming comic that’s a sequel to the hit PS4 game.
If you’re looking to read the Snowpiercer graphic novels, but have no idea where to start, then you’re in luck. This guide will answer all of your questions and help you get started.
Anyone with the scantest of knowledge of Doctor Who history will know that Sylvester McCoy’s Seventh Doctor was the final incarnation of the character for the Classic Series. To suggest, however, that the character was the death knell for the series is an oversimplification of the various political machinations that led to its decline and eventual cancellation in 1989.
Every month I like to do a compilation of mini reviews for comics that are new reader friendly. August was full of great reads featuring hip hoppers, private detectives, henchmen misadventures, beautiful people, charming love stories and the Big G.
Each month I like to showcase a batch of new comics that you should be reading. I try and make it varied, mixing up creative directions, genres and different storytelling to have something that will appeal to everyone. April offers campy teens fighting alien killing machines, Time-Lords, giant monster prisons, Revolutionary War rebels, rich ducks and much more.
Its time for the Twelfth Doctor, played by Peter Capaldi, to make his debut in comics with Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor #1. Written by Robbie Morrison and art by Dave Taylor, this new Doctor Who series is an interesting story which fans of the new Doctor will enjoy.
A review for Charley’s War – a Boy Soldier in the Great War, which has changed my opinion on war comics. This classic British strip follows an underage soldier in World War I and is full of action and heart racing heroics, but at the same time is heavily critical of both sides of the conflict.
Writers Al Ewing and Rob Williams, along with artist Simon Fraser, bring a series that is true to the Matt Smith rendition of Doctor Who while bringing their own personal touches. Whovians will be very happy with Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #1, which is full of touching moments, humour and a new companion. And for those who are still unsure I have included a preview.