Tank Girl: Action Alley - Graphic novel review

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“This surely is some singularly oddball activity…” The action-packed opening to Tank Girl’s first ever ongoing comics series, from creator Alan Martin and outstanding artist Brett Parson. When Tank Girl gets some bad news, the gang races across the country to make it to her ailing (adoptive) mother. But their journey, in the newly christened Tankmaster, leads them right through Action Alley – a place full of wild, insane creatures and dark, evil forces. Join Tank Girl, Booga and the rest of the team on another thrilling misadventure… [click here...]

 

The House That Dripped Blood - Blu-ray review

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Second Sight Films releases the Amicus portmanteau classic from 1970, The House That Dripped Blood, written by Psycho author Robert Bloch – a prolific writer of short stories – and debut directed by Peter Duffell. This Limited Edition Blu-ray Edition includes a rigid slipcase featuring new artwork by Graham Humphreys, a 40-page booklet with new essays by Allan Bryce, Jon Towlson and Kat Ellinger, and a reversible poster featuring new and original artwork. Police Detective Holloway (John Bennett) is called in from Scotland Yard by a local police sergeant to investigate the grisly events that have taken place at a mansion house available for rent. One by one, the tales are relayed to the dismissive Holloway... [click here...]

 

Tank Girl Ongoing #5: Tank Girl Forever #1 of 4

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The second story in Tank Girl’s anarchic ongoing series begins, as our heroine finds herself caught up in a world of superhero silliness and four-colour, four-letter fisticuffs! Tank Girl Forever starts here – an all-new tale exploring the weirdest corners of Tank Girl’s world…! [click here...]

 

Xbox One S: Vertical Charging Stand - review

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Venom, a UK provider of gaming accessories, has released a Vertical Charging Stand in white, a multi-functional accessory designed for use with the Xbox One S. The stand is perfect for freeing up a little space, for keeping your controllers fully charged and your most played games close to hand... [click here...]

 

Magic: Rise of the Gatewatch - Book review

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Originally published by Wizards of the Coast in 1993, Magic: The Gathering is a collectible card game which remains ever popular to this day. Magic: The Gathering: Rise of Gatewatch is a visual celebration of this award-winning phenomenon... [click here...]

 

 

How to Train Your Dragon Trilogy - Soundtrack

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Silva Screen Records presents a compilation album of music from the How To Train Your Dragon trilogy. The album features 14 exhilarating themes (55 min, 10 sec) from John Powell’s scores, performed by London Music Works. Based on Cressida Cowell's popular children's book, set in a mystical Viking world, the animated trilogy follows the story of teenager Hiccup, and dragon Toothless. Aspiring to be a dragon slayer, Hiccup captures his first dragon, but instead of killing Toothless, he befriends him... [click here...]

 

Doctor Who: The Moons of Vulpana - review

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The Doctor has returned Mags, formerly of the Psychic Circus, to her native world: Vulpana. Not the savage Vulpana that Mags was taken from, but Vulpana in an earlier era. The Golden Millennium – when the Four Great Wolf Packs, each devoted to one of the planet’s four moons, oversaw the height of Vulpanan civilisation. A time when the noblest families of the Vulpanan aristocracy found themselves in need of new blood. A golden age – that’s about to come to a violent end…! [click here...]

 

Little Did You Know (Hardback) - Book review

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The autobiography of any trench worker who survived and even prospered despite low status in the eyes of elites is a saga of self affirmed integrity, improvisation and animal cunning. Who is David McGillivray? When knocked down for the count as a movie writer or theatrical writer/producer he got up and reinvented himself as a BBC reviewer or editor of a film journal. He’s the perpetual pop-up child in a business that eats its children... [click here...]

 

MIB: International - Soundtrack review

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Sony Music release the soundtrack for MIB: International, with music by Danny Elfman and Chris Bacon. The Men in Black have always protected the Earth from the scum of the universe. In this new adventure, they tackle their biggest, most global threat to date: a mole in the Men in Black organization... [click here...]

 

Good Omens - Television Soundtrack review

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Silva Screen Records release composer David Arnold’s soundtrack to the TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s 1990 comic fable Good Omens. Following the odd couple, angel Aziraphale and demon Crowley in their quest to sabotage the end of the World, Amazon Prime's six episode mini-series delivers a tongue in cheek adaptation of this powerful and funny story... [click here...]