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The Strain S1x10 “Loved Ones”
Sep15

The Strain S1x10 “Loved Ones”

Warning! Spoilers! The Strain once again proves itself to be one of the most frustrating shows on television right now. With the fantastic “Creatures of the Night” you’d normally expect an upswing in episodes following that, as was the case with Agents of SHIELD’s gamechanger, “Turn, Turn, Turn.” But unlike SHIELD, The Strain isn’t quite finding the forward momentum, wasting time with episodes that do little to advance the plot...

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Doctor Who S8x04 “Listen”
Sep15

Doctor Who S8x04 “Listen”

Steven Moffat has always had a divisive reaction when it comes to the Doctor Who fanbase and Listen was, yet again, another episode that split opinions. It’s Moffat doing what he’s done a hundred times before, playing on normal and ordinary fears and making them into the extraordinary. There were echoes of The Girl in the Fireplace, Blink, and other such wonderful Moffat-written episodes, and although it doesn’t quite meet the high...

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Fantastic Four #10
Sep12

Fantastic Four #10

By James Robinson, Marc Laming, Scott Hanna & Jesus Aburtov James Robinson’s Fantastic Four has reached its tenth issue and, so far, things seem to continuously be enjoyable. Whilst this book may not quite be the strongest on shelves, East of Eden is a good arc that continues to see things go from bad to worse for Mr. Fantastic, The Invisible Woman, The Thing and The Human Torch as the Four become even more divided. Johnny Storm...

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Superman Unchained #8
Sep11

Superman Unchained #8

By Scott Snyder, Jim Lee, Scott Williams & Alex Sinclair Superman Unchained is a series that, like Marvel’s Hawkeye, hasn’t always had the best success when it has come to sticking to deadlines. It was meant to be already over by now way earlier in the year with Forever Evil, but both this book and DC’s mega event got dragged out way longer than they should have, and as a result we got to have Superman Unchained, a series that has...

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The Strain S1x09 “The Disappeared”
Sep08

The Strain S1x09 “The Disappeared”

WARNING! SPOILERS!      In case you’ve not had the chance to read my Doctor Who review yet, this is another quick reminder to apologise for the lack of reviews for the previous couple of episodes. This can be explained by the fact that I was in France for those two weeks, but now that I’m back, I was able to catch up in time for The Disappeared, and whilst the previous two offered a much needed improvement in the direction of the...

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Doctor Who S8x03 “Robot of Sherwood”
Sep07

Doctor Who S8x03 “Robot of Sherwood”

WARNING! SPOILERS! After a fun visit to France, I’m back and was able to catch up on the new series of Doctor Who just in time for this weekend’s episode (I’m also caught up on The Strain, so you can expect a return to weekly coverage), featuring a fun, if somewhat campy take on the legend of Robin Hood starring none other than Tom Riley (the excellent Da Vinci in Da Vinci’s Demons) as this week’s guest star, and boasting plenty...

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The Strain S1x06 “Occultation”
Aug19

The Strain S1x06 “Occultation”

Warning! Major Spoilers! I’d like to start this review by saying that I will be unable to cover the next two episodes after this one. I’m going to France on Tuesday and will not be back until the first week of September, but when I return I plan to catchup and start reviewing the current episodes ASAP. I also plan to cover Doctor Who from my return, so you can look out for new reviews of that show as well. Now, without further ado,...

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Batgirl #34
Aug16

Batgirl #34

By Gail Simone, Fernando Pasarin, Jonathan Glapion & Blond w/ Alex Garner Much like Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino’s Green Arrow #34, Batgirl #34 is an end of an era. Whilst the grimdark run of Gail Simone’s Batgirl has been polarising, it has been in this reviewer’s opinion incredibly awesome and it’ll be sad to see Simone leave the book. The impact may be lessened slightly by the fact that that we get what looks to be a top...

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Star Wars #20
Aug15

Star Wars #20

By Brian Wood, Carlos D’Anda & Gabe Eltaeb Brian Wood’s Star Wars run has been a bit hit and miss for this reviewer, but one thing this series has consistently been is fun. Wood knows how to tell a narrative and brings the last issue of a Dark Horse Comic-run Star Wars ongoing to a close in a grand finale. Whilst we may not be in universe-saving territory here, this finale serves as an excellent concluding act that reminds you...

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The Strain S1x05 “Runaways”
Aug11

The Strain S1x05 “Runaways”

The Strain is quite possibly the most frustrating show that I’m watching on television right now, but in sort of a good way. Everything hasn’t quite kicked into gear just yet but with the fifth episode of the season you can tell that things are going to soon, and when Del Toro-created stuff gets into gear, you know it’s going to be awesome. I mentioned this in last week’s review, but the same is true here again. Every time this show...

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