Ever since Frank Hampson’s ‘Pilot of the Future’, Dan Dare, first appeared in Eagle in 1950, he’s been a British icon. Almost a decade after the original series ended, Dan Dare was resurrected in the pages of a brand new sci-fi comic – 2000 AD! Waking from suspended animation after 200 years, Dare is faced an unfamiliar universe filled with terrible new threats, but also including all too familiar ones – such as his old nemesis, The Mekon! The first volume of this punk-fuelled space opera features stories from Pat Mills (Nemesis the Warlock), Steve Moore (Doctor Who) and Gerry Finley-Day (Rogue Trooper) with incredible art by Massimo Belardinelli (Sláine) and Dave Gibbons (Watchmen).
The latest issue of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is out this week from IDW Publishing. Here are my thoughts. It’s the battle of the bands… of the century! As Jennika decides whether she weighs harmony […]
It’s the 21st April and here is this weeks digital comics round-up. Here is what is available this #NCBD Unless otherwise linked, all comics shown here can be found on Amazon/ComiXology. If you buy on Amazon, you […]
Out now from Panel Syndicate is the second issue of Paranoia Killer on a pay-what-you-want basis. She is the reckless FBI Agent Nathalie Laertes. Her twin brother is the international hitman known as Delon Sombre. […]