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Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray return with more Sex & Violence

by Andy Haighon 04/09/2014
Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray the rest of the Paperfilms crew are back with a Kickstarter for a second volume of their adult oriented anthology Sex & Violence. Inspired by Palmiotti’s love for classic European adult oriented anthology comic Heavy Metal, Sex and Violence Volume 2 is an adult oriented anthology graphic novel written by Palmiotti […]

Review: Harley Quinn #1

by LadyNoctison 08/02/2014
  This is the long awaited follow-up from my review: Harley Quinn #0, however I’d like to firstly apologise as this review is LONG overdue! So we all know I was quite hopeful after getting the OK from Bruce Timm with his little segment in Harley Quinn #0, which left me feeling a little less apprehensive about […]

Review: Harley Quinn #0

by LadyNoctison 05/12/2013
 Those of you who read my last review involving the New 52 Villain Month Special: Harley Quinn would know, I am really not a massive fan of her Suicide Squad variant.  So needless to say, I was really apprehensive about her having her own series within the new world of DC Comics, but I do […]

Red Sonja#1

by Andy Haighon 21/07/2013
In this first issue of the relaunched Red Sonja, King Diamath has fought a bloody war and overthrown the Zamoran king only to make a strange discovery in the castle’s dungeon. On the Cimmerian Border Red Sonja finds herself the subject of a Royal Summons.  Dynamite have always been been somewhat looked down upon despite […]

SQUEE ALERT: Harley Quinn gets her own series!

by Laura Maieron 16/07/2013
DREAMS DO COME TRUE!!! Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner are taking Harley out of the Suicide Squad and putting her back where she belongs- in her own shiny solo title!  An artist has yet to be announced, but Amanda has done the most adorable Harley cover EVER! Look at her!  She looks like a roller-derby […]

The Movement #1 – 9 GPPs

by Laura Maieron 01/05/2013
The teaser images for The Movement and its sister title, Green Team: Teen Trillionaires, worried me slightly. With their emphasis on the 99%/1% angle, I was concerned that they’d jumped on the Occupy bandwagon long after it had left, and that the comics would end up faceplanting the road and feeling like idiots. So it […]