Posts from the ‘In Print’ category

Six of the Best: Stephen King Adaptations

Stephen King once described himself as “the literary equivalent of a Big Mac and Fries”, but there is no doubting the popularity of his published works…

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Review: Zoo City

What would it be like if your guilt was visible? Both a help and a hindrance in your attempts to live a normal life…

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RIP Ray Bradbury – 1920-2012

Fans of the fantastic have loved and lost a great many icons over the years, but the sad passing of Ray Douglas Bradbury on June 5th…

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DC’s New 52 – Nine Months Later…

If you’ve set foot in, or indeed even near, a comic shop since last August you’ll know all about DC’s New 52 initiative. DC’s decision to…

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Are you reading Saga?

It’s quite possible that you are – after all, the astonishing first issue has already sold out two printings, with a third underway at the time…

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Created in their own Image – 20 Years of Image Comics

The title of ‘America’s Third Biggest Comic Book Publisher’ is actually more prestigious than it sounds. With the fabled Big Two of Marvel and DC establishing…

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Invisible Men, Alien Invaders & Trips Through Time

I. R. Charles looks at her favourite sci-fi novels, including some true classics of the genre from the likes of H.G. Wells and Philip K. Dick.

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Don’t Miss: Atomic Robo

Explosions, Comedy, Drama. Atomic Robo has it all. Oh, and an Undead Benjamin Franklin…

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Reviewed: Rivers of London

A police procedural with more than a touch of the supernatural, Aaronovich’s novel is arguably the best piece of London fantasy since Neverwhere.

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