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Darryll Robson

Darryll Robson
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Comic book reader, reviewer and critic. Waiting patiently for the day they announce 'Doctor Who on The Planet of the Apes'.
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Review: Alien Conspiracies And Superhero Mysteries In STRONGHOLD #2

After the magnificent first issue of Stronghold, can Phil Hester and Ryan Kelly continue to impress with their conspiracy heavy Alien invasion story? AfterShock...
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Review: Spectacular Visuals And Challenging Narrative From The INVISIBLE KINGDOM #1

Religion, gender politics and Corporate Rule form the basis for Dark Horse Comics new title Invisible Kingdom. It combines the spirit of a larger...
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Review: TRANSFORMERS #1 Reborn

In 1984 Marvel Comics published the first issue of a four part limited-series entitled The Transformers. Last year IDW Publishing brought their ongoing series...
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Review: THE EMPTY MAN #5 Pushes The Characters To Breaking Point

Over worldly horrors and the weakness of Human kind forge the backbone of BOOM! Studios’ The Empty Man series. Part all-consuming virus and part...
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Review: Laying The Groundwork On BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER #3

Fighting demons and saving Sunnydale was the essence of the weekly episodes of Buffy The Vampire Slayer when Joss Whedon created it back in...
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Review: Inside A Clichéd Mind With A WALK THROUGH HELL #8

Getting inside the mind of a killer is never going to be pretty so it’s no surprise that Garth Ennis’ A Walk Through Hell...
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Review: Enter The Labyrinth With OBERON #2

The stage is set; the characters have taken their places; and all await the unravelling of Oberon’s plan. The second issue of AfterShock Comics...

Review: THE GIRL IN THE BAY #2 Pushes The Boat Even Further

Following the excellent first issue of The Girl In The Bay from Berger Books, the creative team do not give the reader time to...
Star Trek The Q Conflict

Review: All Aboard For STAR TREK THE Q CONFLICT #2

While Star Trek: Discovery is storming across T.V. screens, the rest of the franchise has been brought together by IDW Publishing to do battle...
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Advanced Review: A New World Awaits In The Pages Of LITTLE BIRD #1

Film maker Darcy Van Poelgeest and artist Ian Bertram (House of Penance) bring the tale of Little Bird to Image Comics. Set in a...
Buffy The Vampire Slayer #2 Credit: BOOM! Studios

Review: BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER #2 Is A Perfect Re-Imaging

The re-imaging of a classic from BOOM! Studios continues this week as the highly successful Buffy The Vampire Slayer drops it’s second glorious issue.Riding...

Advance Review: In ALIENS RESISTANCE #2 Horror Is Replaced By Mystery

With Aliens Resistance #2, the Dark Horse Comics publication continues the adventure of the underdogs against the mass corporation. By drawing on aspects from...

Review: The Search For Truth In RELAY #4

After a long break, Relay, from Aftershock Comics, returns to the shelves bringing with it space exploration and complex theological questions. It continues the...
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Review: MURDER FALCON #5 Fighting Ultimate Chaos

Murder Falcon, published by Image Comics, is now onto its fifth issue and all the jokes about it being 'turned up to 11' have...
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Advance Review: STRONGHOLD #1 Comic Book Storytelling At Its Best

 As part of their ‘Read Dangerously’ campaign, AfterShock Comics are releasing a series of new, genre challenging titles. Stronghold #1 is one of them. It has the...
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Review: Gun Slinging Excellence In GUNHAWKS #1

Welcome to Clearwater, Arizona and a Marvel Comics one shot: Gunhawks.This is one of the many comics that Marvel are publishing to celebrate their...
AfterShock Comics

Review: Fantasy In The Big City In OBERON #1

AfterShock Comics continue to broaden their range of comics with Sci-Fi, Adventure, and fantasy titles, like their new fairy tale-esq story Oberon. Following in...
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Review: Mutant Manifestations In THE EMPTY MAN #4

The Empty Man #4 continues to explore the horrors of a virus spreading fear and violence throughout America. While uncertainty grips the real world,...
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Review: Crossover Mayhem in STAR TREK: THE Q CONFLICT #1

Star Trek: The Q Conflict brings together characters from various iterations of the Star Trek Universe and pits them against their most powerful foe....
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Advanced Review: Murder And Mystery Is In Store For THE GIRL IN THE BAY...

Coming from the Berger Books imprint of Dark Horse Comics, The Girl In The Bay is a mature readers comic that blends aspects of...

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