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Film & TV / The Witcher Netflix Series
« on: 04 September, 2018, 07:27:43 PM »

Other Reviews / Red Fang
« on: 13 August, 2018, 06:01:04 AM »
Red Fang was original published in Prog 1200-1201 and reprinted in Meg #356.

The story setting is a futuristic world where we the Mafia vs the Triad. The basic premises is Sleeping Dragon Fang (the main character) complicated scheme to take control and seize power.

For me the highlight of the story is Steve Yeowell art and complemented with coloring by Chris Blythe. His work here is some of the best I have seen Steve do. The writer here is the late Steve Moore.

General / Stories that should be collected
« on: 10 August, 2018, 05:39:00 AM »
With the recent return of a certain character of you know who which series that was published and not been in a proper collection would you like to be collected?

I have 4 that I would like Rebellion to do very much like they did for the Treasury of British Comics:

Armoured Gideon

Bad City Blue

Brigand Doom

General / Time Twisters vs Past Imperfect
« on: 31 July, 2018, 04:24:49 PM »
I was scanning trough older progs and I came across short stpry called "Past Imperfect" stories. What is the main difference between a "Time Twisters" short and a "Past Imperfect" short ?

Other Reviews / Dan Abnett's The Hypernaturals
« on: 23 July, 2018, 10:06:11 AM »
Has anyone read Dan Abnett's The Hypernaturals ? Is it worthwhile getting ?

Welcome to the board / Oldie but a Newbie
« on: 19 February, 2018, 01:34:21 PM »
Hi, I am also one of those guys that was lurking from the shadows waiting or rather procrastinating about whether to post or not.

My knowledge was limited to the American Comics and stuff like Tintin and Asterix. My first introduction to the Prog was way back in Prog 374.  I can still remember my first Dredd “The Wreckers” with great fondness. Rogue quickly became my favorite. From that day I was hooked on British Comics (reading Eagle and Battle)

But then came the 90s and the combination of the summer assault let by Millar/Morrison/Ennis quickly killed my love for the Prog and I stopped my subscription.

I re-started my subscription again almost a third into the Day of Chaos epic. Getting the Prog locally in the News Agents became virtually impossible and the Postal Services here is as trustworthy as Blackblood. The digital route became a blessing (the getting use to not holding the Prog is the most mind-boggling thing).


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