Tuesday , 3 May 2016

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Daredevil’s new trailer bringing the hurt! VIDEO

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I loved the first season of Daredevil and have been wearing my little red mask waiting for the second season to drop. New part-one trailer for Daredevil Season 2 is out and looks like they are throwing in some serious action…and Frank Castle. You can imagine that in Season 2 we will start seeing the throw in of all of ...

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Lara Croft and the Frozen Omen #1 (Review)

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The world has changed a lot since I played my first Tomb Raider game. I still remember how much fun I had steering Lara Croft away from falling boulders and racing a speedboat through Venice. While I really enjoyed Tomb Raider 2 on my PC I never really tried any of the other media. The films looked terrible (okay, I ...

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Jumping On Point: Teen Titans (A Kid’s Game)

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There are a lot of great comics out there, but trying to find the right Super Hero book is like looking for a needle in a stack of needles. Yes, finding a series you like can be a difficult and, unfortunately, expensive process. In this feature we spotlight suitable jumping on points from a range of publishers and genres to ...

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New DC DVD/Comic combo-packs

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DC Comics have announced a second wave of their Graphic Novel & DVD/Blu-Ray sets. Each pack comes with a DC animated movie, and the comic series the cartoon was adapted from. The new line, which will be released in 2016, includes The Dark Knight Returns, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies and Justice League: Throne of Atlantis. The packs allow fans to read ...

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Jumping On Point: Ultimate X-Men – Vol. 9 (Tempest)

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There are a lot of great comics out there, but let’s face it, there’s so many different versions of the same character, sometimes it’s hard to know where to look. Finding a series you like even when looking for something as popular as X-Men can lead you down a rabbit’s warren of continuities. In this feature we spotlight suitable jumping ...

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Batman #44 (Review)

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It’s no secret Batman is DC’s most popular book. Scratch that, it’s no secret that Batman is DC’s most popular character. His world has so much depth you can tell stories both in the comics and on TV that don’t even feature him. Gotham and its citizens are as interesting as Batman himself. Gotham is a city that feels real ...

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Jumping On Point: Sweet Tooth – Vol. 1 (Out of the Woods)

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There are a lot of great comics out there, but let’s face it, not everything is for everybody. Finding a comic series you like can be a difficult and, unfortunately, expensive process. In this feature we spotlight suitable jumping on points from a range of publishers and genres to try to help you find new stories that are worth your ...

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Jumping On Point: The Sixth Gun – Vol. 1 (Cold Dead Fingers)

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There has never been a better time to get into comics (end of the hyperbole). The box office and the upcoming TV schedule are both filled with productions based on stories from the funny books. While we can debate how long this era will last until the Age of Apocalypse, there’s no denying that the studios believe comic book adaptations ...

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Green Arrow #43 Review

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Publisher: DC Comics It’s been a rough time being a Green Arrow fan since the start of the New 52. When the title launched, Oliver Queen was shaved of his classic facial hair and de-aged by a number of years. The series had a youthful tone, but was a generic by the numbers superhero story. After a few creative changes, ...

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