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July 24, 2017

Science fiction

Centipede #1 (Review)

Centipede #1 Dynamite Comics/Atari, July 2017 Writer: Max Bemis “Centipede” #1 is the start of a new comic book mini-series created in partnership between American comic book publisher Dynamite Entertainment and American software developer Atari, Inc. The comic is based on the fixed shooter arcade game of the same title, released in 1980 by Atari

Caliban (Review)

Caliban Written by Garth Ennis Publisher: Avatar Press Trade paperback, published January 2015 The universe is a very big place, and for many that means the odds of the Earth being the only planet with life on it, intelligent or otherwise, would appear to be slim. But what would an alien lifeform actually look like?

Beautiful Canvas #1 (Review)

Beautiful Canvas #1 Black Mask Studios, July 2017 Writer: Ryan K Lindsay Beautiful Canvas from American publisher Black Mask Studios opens with a dead body looking directly at the protagonist. “You’re overthinking it,” the corpse says, blood still exiting the bullet wound in his head. His words are as prophetic for the reader as they

Star Wars: Droids Unplugged (Review)

Star Wars: Droids Unplugged Marvel Comics, June 2017 Writer: Chris Eliopoulos “Star Wars: Droids Unplugged” is a new comic book from American publisher Marvel Comics. The title collects three stories from cartoonist/leterrer Chris Eliopoulos. All three stories originally saw print as humorous backup stories to other Star Wars titles. Each share the common theme of

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