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NEW COMICS – 30/03/11

DC Comics Action Comics #899 American Vampire #13 Detective Comics #875 Gotham City Sirens #21 Green Arrow #10 (Brightest Day) Green Lantern Emerald Warriors #8 (War Of Gl) Jack Of Fables #50 Jimmy Olsen #1 JLA The 99 #6 (Of…

THIS WEEK’S STAFF PICKS

The Finder Library vol. 1 by Carla Speed McNeil Dark Horse Simon says: Carla Speed McNeil’s fantastic ‘aboriginal science fiction’ series from the late ’90s finally gets the omnibus treatment in this nice thick paperback which collects the series’s originally…

EPISODE 15

In the first of our Orbiting Pod Specials, Chris and Rob talk to editor extraordinaire Dave Elliott, covering his illustrious career from Marvel UK, to A1, to his recent stint at Radical.  Dave also gives us the lowdown on the…

NEW COMICS – 23/03/11

Dark Horse Creepy Comics #5 Mass Effect Evolution #3 (Of 4) Dc Comics Batman Incorporated #4 Batman Streets Of Gotham #21 Batman The Dark Knight #2 Fables #103 Green Lantern #64 (War Of Gl) Green Lantern Corps #58 (War Of…

THIS WEEK’S STAFF PICKS

Spike #6 by Brian Lynch, Stephen Mooney and Nick Runge IDW Liz says: When it comes to writing the Whedon-verse, Brian Lynch is (apart from Whedon himself) the best man for the job, especially when it comes to Spike. This…

EPISODE 14

This week the Orbiting Pod crew review Sigil #1, Wulf #1, BPRD Hell on Earth: Gods #3 and iZombie #11, and discuss Nick Spencer’s recently announced exclusive contract with Marvel, the solicitations for DC’s Flashpoint, Alan Moore’s Dodgem Logic Live event, the…

NEW COMICS – 16/03/11

Don’t forget – new comics are now out on Wednesdays! Dark Horse Guild Tink One Shot DC Comics Adventure Comics #524 Batman #708 Brightest Day #22 Dc Comics Presents Batman Irresistible #1 Dc Universe Legacies #10 (Of 10) Dc Universe…

THIS WEEK’S STAFF PICKS

PunisherMax #11 by Jason Aaron, Steve Dillon and Dave Johnson Marvel Liz says: This is the best Punisher series since Garth Ennis departed from his ongoing run several years ago, if not the best Marvel title on the shelf.  Jason…

MARK STAFFORD’S LARGELY UNSEEN

Mark Stafford has been knocking around the lower paying echelons of British comics for about 20 years, producing small press comics and pages for anthologies, exhibiting his work in squats and fly by night galleries and getting occasional bursts of…