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An interview with Greg Grunberg

by Peter Ray Allisonon 18/10/2016
Peter Ray Allison has a (very) quick chat with Heroes, Star Trek, Star Wars and Lost alumni Greg Grunberg about Star Trek, JJ Heroes and playing the everyman.

Charlie Cox to play Matt Murdock a.k.a Daredevil

by Stephen Breweron 28/05/2014
Marvel announced yesterday that actor Charlie Cox (Boardwalk Empire, Stardust), shall be playing the role of Matt Murdoch, in Marvel’s first original TV series on Netflix called ‘Daredevil‘. Daredevil which is set in a modern day Hells Kitchen, New York, focuses around Charlie Cox’s character Matt Murdoch, who was blinded as a small child but imbued with extraordinary senses. During the day […]

World War Z

by James Buckinghamon 22/06/2013
There’s been a lot of controversy surrounding World War Z – development issues, reshoots and more. However the fruits of Marc Forster‘s labours are finally hitting cinema screens amid a wash of contradicting opinions… so I thought I’d share mine with you all. First things first. I haven’t read Max Brooks‘ novel, although now I intend […]

Y: The Last Man : Graphic Novel Overview

by Stephen Breweron 15/06/2013
In 2002, writer Brian K Vaughan (Lost, Saga, Runaways), alongside artist Pia Guerra (2008 Eisner Award Winner) brought to life a story about a man ‘Yorick Brown’ and his monkey ‘Ampersand’. On July 17th 2002 a virus simultaneously kills every living mammal possessing a Y Chromosome; except for the main character Yorick and his faithful companion Ampersand.

Young Liars: Graphic Novel Review -5 GPP

by Stephen Breweron 30/01/2013
So, why am I reviewing Young Liars? A series that many people, it seems, still don’t know about it. Well, it’s because it has me confused, conflicted. In other series such as DMZ or Transmetropolitan I’ve associated with the characters and enjoy how they are portrayed. I enjoy their style and their writing; I really want to read more. Young Liars is different, because its author, David Lapham (Creator of Stray Bullets), has managed to create an air of suspense. I now have questions that won’t go away and I must ...