Monthly Archives: June 2016

Filler content with smartdog racing

A review that originally appeared in Interzone #254 and which I’m reprising here now because Titan are bringing out a paperback edition of the book in early July:- THE RACE Nina Allan NewCon Press pb, 251pp, £12.99 Peter Tennant Nina … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – Ghostbusters

Okay, strictly speaking not a super hero movie, but these guys (and now these gals) will always be super hero(in)es to me.

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A Man of Adamantium

After a short hiatus I’m back blogging in earnest (at least for now) and we have some unfinished business, as regards super heroes. We did Wolverine graphic novels, so now it’s the turn of the films. X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) … Continue reading

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Filler content with voyeurs

A review that originally appeared in Black Static #1:- I WANT TO WATCH by DIEGO DE SILVA William Heinemann hardback, 196pp, £10.99 This is one of those elusive books that slip through the cracks of genre; not really Crime fiction, … Continue reading

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Claws of Adamantium

A couple of Wolverine books. Wolverine – Noir Written by Stuart Moore, illustrated by C. P. Smith Now this is interesting. Jim Logan is a private detective in partnership with ox-strong but mentally challenged Dog, a childhood friend to whom … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – O Superman

Trust me. It grows on you.

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From the DC Universe

Some golden oldies from the DC stable. Green Lantern – Sector 2814 Volume 1 Written by Len Wein, illustrated by Dave Gibbons This volume collects together issues #172 – 176 and #178 – 181 from the comic, all of which … Continue reading

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