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Articles and Columns

Witch Doctor: First Incision

The comic you always wanted but were too afraid to ask for.

Part 3: Sequelitis

The third installment of our look at comic-book based movies in the last decade.

Part 2: Along came a spider

The second article charting the progress of the comic book movie in recent times.

Dissociative Identity Disorder: Alternate Personalities in Shonen and Shojo manga.

Author Sarah Ash once again delves into the world of Manga, looking at the theme of mutliple or alternate personalities.

Exploring the Comic Book Movie Part 1

For many comic book fans and even casual participants in the industry, the last ten years or so has been a rollercoaster ride of thrills and spills as dozens of fan favourite characters have made their way on to the big screen.

Is it ART?

Liam Sharp, current artist on the critically acclaimed Testament title, CEO of MAMTOR, creator of Event Horizon and comic book artist for almost two decades ponders the question.

Comic News
Disney buys Marvel
08-31 - Comic News
Slave Labor Graphics presents Contraband
11-05 - Comic News
Th3rd World Studios new sci-fi comic
10-23 - Comic News
Greenhorn - New Webcomic
09-26 - Comic News
The JLA gets computer game
03-21 - Comic News
Halo Graphic Novel
03-20 - Comic News
Marvel recruit King's Gunslinger
03-07 - Comic News
New edition of Mam Tor Event Horizon soon
10-27 - Comic News
Comic Book Encyclopedia
10-07 - Comic News

Reader Reviews
The City of Shifting Waters by Pierre Christin
11-28 - Comic Review
Miracleman by Alan Moore
04-05 - Comic Review
Wolverine: Origin by Paul Jenkins
07-10 - Comic Review
Wolverine: Origin by Paul Jenkins
07-10 - Comic Review
Supergirl and The Legion of Super-Heroes #26 by Mark Waid
05-15 - Comic Review
Old Boy V.3 by Garon Tsuchiya
04-30 - Comic Review
B't X Vol. 1 by Masami Kurumada
01-21 - Comic Review
Old Boy V.1 by Garon Tsuchiya
01-17 - Comic Review
V for Vendetta by Alan Moore
01-10 - Comic Review
Red Prophet #2 by Roland Bernard Brown
01-10 - Comic Review

Official Reviews

Invincible vol 1: Family Matters by Robert Kirkman

By now you have undoubtedly heard of Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead. What you may not have heard about is the on-going series that Kirkman cut his teeth on, Invincible More in the classical vein of superhero comics with nary a zombie in sight, Ryan investigates whether this is a series worth investing in.

New X-Men: E is for Extinction by Grant Morrison

In early 2001 the X-Men, one of Marvel's flagship titles and hugely popular due to the early morning cartoon, underwent a surprising change at the hands of British writer Grant Morrison. The first arc entitled E for Extinction was loathed and loved in equal measure, here Ryan finds out why.

Batman & Robin: Batman Reborn by Grant Morrison

Batman is dead, long live the Batman! After Final Crisis the family of Bat titles took on a new direction with the death of the original Batman, Bruce Wayne. Here Ryan explores one of the emerging titles in Batman & Robin.

The Damned by Cullen Bunn

The talented team of Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt take prohibition beyond seedy with a literal story of lost souls in The Damned

Anna Mercury v1 by Warren Ellis

An apologetic return after a few weeks without posting. A second helping of Warren Ellis with his retro-space heroine Anna Mercury and a first volume filled with ideas.

Black Summer by Warren Ellis

Nobody does it quite like Warren Ellis, especially with the insane art of Juan Jose Ryp to back him up, as Ryan found out reviewing Black Summer.

All Star Superman by Grant Morrison

Ryan goes traditional this week as we go to the very heart of classical superheroes with Grant Morrison's All Star Superman

Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life by Bryan Lee O'Malley

In the first part of our double-header Ryan looks at the start of the classic Scott Pilgrim series.

Scott Pilgrim vs the World by Bryan Lee O'Malley

In the second part of our Scott Pilgrim mission we up the ante as Ryan takes a look at the over-sized pary deux.

The Unwritten v1: Tommy Taylor and the Bogus Identity by Mike Carey

Mike Carey's The Unwritten has been gathering awards for fun, Ryan is a little unsure why.

Kick-Ass by Mark Millar

Released on DVD in the UK today, Ryan looks at the source material for one of this year's most controversial movies, Mark Millar and John Romita Jr's Kick-Ass.

Northlanders v1: Sven the Returned by Brian Wood

Brian Wood's viking comic gets the once over as Ryan goes native reviewing Northlanders.

Chew: International Flavor by John Layman

Ryan delves straight back into the intriguing world of Tony Chu, in Image's second volume of Chew

Sweet Tooth: Out of the Deep Woods by Jeff. Lemire

This week Ryan reviews an exciting new Vertigo title in Jeff Lemire's superb Sweet Tooth.

Chew: Taster's Choice by John Layman

Sffworld's newest reviewer, Ryan Frye, takes on the first collection of 2009's sleeper hit, Chew.

Interviews

Interview with Ernst Dabel, Roland Bernard Brown and Renato Arlem

An interview with the creators of Red Prophet and the man behind it all, Ernst Dabel.

Interview with Liam Sharp

Liam Sharp is a renowned English comic artist who has worked for all the major companies in the industry. He is currently working on his own anthology, Event Horizon.

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