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The Read Pile – The GP Comics Blog #3

by Andy Haighon 23/04/2016
Welcome to another edition of The Read Pile the GP comics blog where we’ll be talking about what we’ve been reading recently, what was good, what was bad, what you should be checking out and other randomness. Just like before other contributions are colour coded, whilst mine are black. One of my top new finds […]

The Read Pile – The GP Comics blog

by Andy Haighon 11/03/2016
Welcome to the latest edition of The Read Pile the GP comics blog where we’ll be talking about what we’ve been reading recently, what was good and what was bad and other randomness. Just like before other contributions are colour coded, whilst mine are black. Callum – Main one for me is still just plowing […]

The Walking Dead’s Robert Kirkman Has Harsh Words For Marvel.

by Andy Haighon 14/01/2014
Robert Kirkman, co-creator of the smash hit comic The Walking Dead for Image comics and producer on the hit TV series based on the title, didn’t pull his punches at the recent Image Comics Expo when a fan asked whether there was any bad blood between himself and Marvel, his reponse was,   “I don’t […]

Elephantmen Volume 6: Earthly Desires

by Andy Haighon 25/09/2013
In this latest volume, the killer Razorback is dead, but not before taking out two of LAPD’s finest. Flask and the rest of the Elephantmen know her by another name though: Yvette, the leader of the French resistance during the bloody war against China that they were bred to fight. Another killer known as The […]

Nancy in Hell (On Earth) – 7 GPPs

by Andy Haighon 03/09/2013
Nancy Simmons found herself in Hell after being murdered by man-turned-demon Mr Macabre. Macabre had an insidious plan: he picked Nancy due to knowing she would have a strong enough spirit to resist Hell’s minions. Not wanting to “spend an eternity in a heavy metal video” she fought her way out after gaining the assistance […]

KAB: Cancer Awareness and Unique Art

by Andy Haighon 01/09/2013
Sharney Jo Darden founded Keep A Breast, or KAB, with friend Mona Mukherjea-Gehrig, inspired by skate culture’s DIY creative mentality. What started out as a series of homegrown fashion and art shows metamorphosed into something else when a friend was diagnosed with breast cancer. Noticing that organisations were geared towards the older generation -with nothing resonating […]

BEDLAM # 7

by Andy Haighon 19/06/2013
More is revealed about the actions of Madder Red. Detective Acevado makes Press an offer, Councilman Severin has a tough day in court and a series of seemingly unconnected events have devastating results. Nick Spencer‘s Bedlam is without doubt one of the creepiest and unsettling titles currently being produced. The main narrative is based around […]

Ten Grand #1 – 9 GPPs

by Andy Haighon 17/05/2013
Joe Fitzgerald has a reputation for dealing with problems, the kind of problems that the police or anyone else won’t deal with. The kind of problems that involve missing people and claws, teeth and shadows. When a girl called Debbie asks Joe for help with a problem – her sister Sarah going missing after joining […]

Sex #2

by Andy Haighon 11/04/2013
Simon reflects on his retirement with Annabelle the club owner and receives a gift from a mysterious benefactor. The Old Man makes a disturbing point and Keenan has a plan for his package. It’s hard to tell whether ‘Sex’ was just intended to be an attention grabbing title or maybe even an ironic statement as […]

Fatale #13

by Andy Haighon 29/03/2013
Colorado 1883,’Black’ Bonnie Smith has a gift or a curse depending on your point of view and this is her tale. The second of the stand alone issues featuring different characters from the on-going story is another example of why Fatale continues to be one of the best comics around. Switching the setting to the […]