BOOK REVIEW: The Roboteer by Alex Lamb

BOOK REVIEW: The Roboteer by Alex Lamb

25 Mar, 2017

Humanity has been upgraded. Humanity has spread to the stars, upgraded with technology and genetic modification. For the billions left on Earth, those who have tampered with the human form are heretics. And so the unequal war began. But Earth has deployed a devastating new weapon and so one outworlder ship and their new Roboteer are sent on what seems to be a suicide mission to discover the origins of this new thread. What they find will change the universe and the human race, for ever.

COMIC REVIEW: 2000 AD Prog 2023

COMIC REVIEW: 2000 AD Prog 2023

24 Mar, 2017

The beloved British anthology comic 2000 AD has been published weekly since February 1977. Prog 2023 (22 March 2017) of “the galaxy’s greatest comic” features Judge Dredd, Brink, Future Shocks, Scarlet Traces, and Cursed: The Fall of Deadworld, with cover artwork by Dylan Teague.

BOOK REVIEW: Buffalo Soldier

BOOK REVIEW: Buffalo Soldier

23 Mar, 2017

Buffalo Soldier is a fascinating novella which creates a world quite unlike the one you expect it to be, but all too familiar to our own. With interesting characters and brimming with ideas, it is a great journey. Just be prepared, this may not be the story you were expecting; rather one that needs to be told.

COMIC REVIEW: 2000 AD Prog 2022

COMIC REVIEW: 2000 AD Prog 2022

23 Mar, 2017

The beloved British anthology comic 2000 AD has been published weekly since February 1977. Prog 2022 (15 March 2017) of “the galaxy’s greatest comic” features Judge Dredd, Sinister Dexter, Kingmaker, The Order, and Kingdom, with cover artwork by Ben Willsher.

COMIC REVIEW: The Order: Die Mensch Maschine

COMIC REVIEW: The Order: Die Mensch Maschine

21 Mar, 2017

The comic is written by Kek-W (The Fall of Deadworld, Canon Fodder) and art is by the legendary John Burns (Judge Dredd, George & Lynne), and the artwork is as exquisite as ever: bold colours splashed across mellow backgrounds and faces that just come to life on the page. And the plot is……interesting to say the least.

GAME REVIEW: Hellion [Early Access]

GAME REVIEW: Hellion [Early Access]

20 Mar, 2017

Hellion could be a great sci-fi action game but right now there are some serious flaws which need to be addressed.

COMIC REVIEW: Harrow County #21

COMIC REVIEW: Harrow County #21

18 Mar, 2017

The “Southern Gothic” horror series continues to shock and intrigue as its protagonist Emmy is thrust into a new role.

COMIC REVIEW: Ian Livingstone’s Freeway Fighter #1

COMIC REVIEW: Ian Livingstone’s Freeway Fighter #1

17 Mar, 2017

Andi Ewington’s comic book adaptation of Ian Livingstone’s 1985 Freeway Fighter gamebook is an unrelentingly kinetic and compelling tale of post-apocalyptic vehicular savagery and survival that deserves its place among the canonical works of the ‘dystopian action’ genre.

Audio Review: Baker’s End – Gnobbleknoll Hall

Audio Review: Baker’s End – Gnobbleknoll Hall

15 Mar, 2017

Actor Tom Baker, now a giant cat investigates the mysterious goings on at Gnobbleknoll Hall.

BOOK REVIEW: Passing Strange

BOOK REVIEW: Passing Strange

14 Mar, 2017

A beautiful character focussed drama which rummages through all your emotions and illuminates a history all too often ignored in mainstream publications.