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The Age of Darkness (The Horus Heresy)
The Age of Darkness (The Horus Heresy)
by Christian Dunn
Edition: Paperback
Price: £7.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A bit of everything, 2 Sept. 2011
A fun read and follows up on a few characters from the series that haven't had much of a spotlight, as well as giving us a few more self contained stories. There's a surprising amount of variety for a book solely focusing on space marines which is great but don't expect to find any imperial guard here. Definitely not the place to start if you want to avoid spoilers as it does reference or follow on from other titles in the series.

If you want to know what happens after Raven's Flight or what Iacton Qruze, Horus Aximand and Khârn the Betrayer are upto then this is the place.


Transformers: Last Stand of the Wreckers (Transformers (Idw))
Transformers: Last Stand of the Wreckers (Transformers (Idw))
by Nick Roche
Edition: Paperback

5.0 out of 5 stars Pretty much the best Transformers book from IDW, 24 Sept. 2010
If you have been following IDW's Transformers series buy this now! The big named Autobots from the movies may not star in this but it's a very enjoyable read and the lack of Optimus Prime and Bumblebee gives the writers more freedom with the characters to tell an interesting and often funny story. The introductions to the new characters are handle well and the book manges to be accessible whilst building on events in previous comics so it'd be a great starting point. This has gone straight to the top of my favourite Transformers comics.


Madrox: Multiple Choice TPB
Madrox: Multiple Choice TPB
by Pablo Raimondi
Edition: Paperback

5.0 out of 5 stars The start of the best X-book in the past 5 years, 23 Feb. 2010
First off if you are reading this a new edition is available under the name X-Factor - Madrox: Multiple Choice.

Now for the review: The writing is brilliant, the art top notch, the characters you have probably never heard of. Don't let that put you off. Named after the X-team of 1980's, X-Factor is a completely different take on Marvels mutants. More street level and character driven than the event oriented X-men books. X-Factor does a great job of introducing you to interesting, often quirky characters and making you care about them. Center stage is Madrox the Multipleman whose Multiple-Personality Disorder is a little more literal than most and makes for a very entertaining read. The supporting cast is great, theres plenty of drama, comedy and suspense. If you are tired of the same old superhero schtick, or even if you aren't, give it a read I am sure you'll enjoy it.


X-Factor: Madrox - Multiple Choice Premiere HC
X-Factor: Madrox - Multiple Choice Premiere HC
by Pablo Raimondi
Edition: Hardcover

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The start of the best X-book in the past 5 years, 23 Feb. 2010
The writing is brilliant, the art top notch, the characters you have probably never heard of. Don't let that put you off. Named after the X-team of 1980's, X-Factor is a completely different take on Marvels mutants. More street level and character driven than the event oriented X-men books. X-Factor does a great job of introducing you to interesting, often quirky characters and making you care about them. Center stage is Madrox the Multipleman whose Multiple-Personality Disorder is a little more literal than most and makes for a very entertaining read. The supporting cast is great, theres plenty of drama, comedy and suspense. If you are tired of the same old superhero schtick, or even if you aren't, give it a read I am sure you'll enjoy it.


Immortal Iron Fist (Volume 1): The Last Iron Fist Story
Immortal Iron Fist (Volume 1): The Last Iron Fist Story
by David Aja
Edition: Paperback

5.0 out of 5 stars Simply put this is a great read., 23 Feb. 2010
Bought this on recommendation of a friend and at first I was a little skeptical. A comic based on 70's kung fu character? Doesn't sound like its going to be good but trust me it is. Once I started reading I couldn't put it down until I had finished the series. You don't need to know anything about the character when you start reading and though it may at first sound cliche it quickly goes off in very interesting directions. The art is dark and fantastic but its not without its humor. If you buy one comic today I recommend this... or MadroX: Multiple Choice and I read a lot of comics.


Deadpool Vs. The Marvel Universe (Cable and Deadpool, Vol. 8)
Deadpool Vs. The Marvel Universe (Cable and Deadpool, Vol. 8)
by Reilly Brown
Edition: Paperback
Price: £18.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome end to an awesome series, 23 Feb. 2010
This is the last book in the series as it was cancelled, to make way for changes in the X-universe, which might seem like a shame but the writing quality didn't drop at all in the final issues and I'd say that they are some of the best. While Cable is off doing some x-men event that no one remembers, Deadpool got left with a book to himself and we got treated to some great guest appearances! Expect to see some of marvels major players as well as some minors but it all adds up to some of the best Deadpool stories written. I'd recommend this over any of the newer stuff any day and if you have read through the whole series you will not want it to end.


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