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Starlight by Mark Millar – Comicbook Review [Bellarius]

Starlight

Breaking away from the usual realm of superheroics, Bellarius takes a long into one of the original works of Mark Millar: Starlight.

“Exciting, intelligent, fun and colourful, Starlight is easily one of the most underrated comics of the decade.” – Bellarius, The Founding Fields

Horus Heresy: Macragge’s Honour by Dan Abnett & Neil Roberts – Comicbook Review [Bellarius]

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Returning to the Horus Heresy, Bellarius weighs the best and worst of Dan Abnett and Neil Roberts’ Macragge’s Honour.

“Shallow and short but still somewhat entertaining.” – Bellarius, The Founding Fields.

Mordheim: Ulli & Marquand by Gav Thorpe, Gordon Rennie, Paul Jeacock, Karl Kopinski & Mike Perkins – Novella Review [Bellarius]

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Delving into Black Library’s archives once more, Bellarius brings forth the complete collection of Mordheim: Ulli and Marquand for this week’s review.

“Essential reading for anyone wanting to stage a Mordheim campaign or see the considerably less stony faced nature of the Old World” – Bellarius, The Founding Fields.

My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, Vol. 1 by Katie Cook and Andy Price – Comic Review [Bellarius]

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Responding to demands, Bellarius examines another Hasbro franchise with the first volume of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic by Katie Cook and Andy Price.

“I’m really not the right person to review this.” – Bellarius, The Founding Fields

Hellboy In Hell: Vol. 1 The Descent by Mike Mignola and Dave Stewart – Comic Review [Bellarius]

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Giving a brief look at another Dark Horse publication, Bellarius gives his thoughts on Mike Mignola’s return to Hellboy.

“An excellent journey giving a look into the more traditional forms of evil within Hellboy’s universe, but one lacking direction.” – Bellarius, The Founding Fields

Dial H. Volume 1: Into You by China Mieville – Graphic Novel Review [Bane of Kings]

Dial H. Volume 1 Into You

Bane of Kings reviews the first volume of DC’s The New 52 Dial H series from China Mieville.

“A weird collection that should have a target audience of horror and superhero graphic novel fans alike, but my expectations of a great graphic novel were let down and I was not impressed.” ~The Founding Fields

 

Kerrigan – Hope and Vengeance #0 by Cameron Dayton – Comic Review [Eroldren]

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Eroldren reviews Blizzard Entertainment’s first foray into digital comics with a free one-off Heart of the Swarm comic.

“Rather a fascinating account which illustrates for us Sarah Kerrigan’s backstory, misfortune and vengeance through an eyeful setup.” – The Founding Fields

The Spider Vol. 1: Terror of the Zombie Queen by David Liss – Graphic Novel Review [Bane of Kings]

The Spider Vol. 1

Bane of Kings reviews David Liss’ first volume of The Spider, entitled Terror of the Zombie Queen, published by Dynamite Entertainment.

“A thrilling and engaging noir title that is an excellent opener to a stunning new comic series.” ~The Founding Fields

Kevin Smith’s the Bionic Man Volume 1: Some Assembly Required [djinn24]

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When fighter ace, astronaut, and fabled test pilot Steve Austin is horridly injured, he just simply wants to die, that is until he is told They can Rebuild Him. Better. Faster. Stronger.
Kevin Smith hits a home run with his comic reboot of the 1970s series. ~The Founding Fields

New 52: Batman #1-10 by Scott Snyder – Comics Review [Shadowhawk]

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Shadowhawk reviews the first 10 issues of the New 52: Batman series, written by Scott Snyder and published by, well, DC Comics of course!

“Startlingly brilliant, New 52: Batman takes you on a dark, philosophical and action-packed journey through the psyche of the Great Detective and the city he loves so much. This is Batman and Gotham like never before.” ~The Founding Fields