20 Storeys Down #1 Villainous Intent Ltd, 2016 Writer: Marc Olvent It is not often that we see a story where the protagonist is a place rather than a person. In “20 Storeys Down”, an independent publication written by Marc Olvent, despite the action being centred around a man saving the passengers on a Tube
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If you grew up in the 1970s and 1980s reading American superhero comic books, some of this might be very familiar to you. (We decided not to include Snapper Carr in the lonely category of “Sidekicks”.) (With thanks to MemoryUnderground.com ) Click the image to view the full-sized map.
Dark Days: The Forge #1 (review) DC Comics, September 2017 Writers: Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV The man who controlled the world’s largest empire by land mass was Tamer the Lame (or Tamerlane). Known also as the “Scourge of God”, Tamerlane was a nomadic warlord who carved his dominion out of Central Asia in
Wolverton, Thief of Impossible Objects Burnt Biscuit Books, 2017-2018 Writers: Michael Stark and Terrell T. Gerrett This charming comic book, the subject of a fully-funded Kickstarter campaign, is concerned with a thief who goes by the sobriquet “The Black Cat”. His real name is Jack Wolverton, a thief and adventurer who “specialises in the arcane,