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Sadly, I believe Lilly M has disappeared into that drawer where things go when an artist really wants to work on it but nobody is paying 'um to do it :(

Shame if that's the case.
It slotted in well in the Meg at the time.

roaring return to form for a classic writer.

Like Ralph Wiggum's broken heart, I can pinpoint the precise moment that I last enjoyed a Peter Milligan penned conic; "Down Among the Dead Men" (2000AD 'Prog 2001', December 2000).

Film & TV / Re: The Book of Boba Fett
« on: 19 January, 2022, 04:43:55 PM »
"Hey Jon - Our lead actor looks like a well chewed Penny Toffee that received 6 months of chemotherapy.
What should we do about it?
Have him take his helmet off in every scene?


Film & TV / Re: On telly this week
« on: 19 January, 2022, 10:46:46 AM »
What did ye think of 'The Mezzotint'?
Quite good, if a little dry for my tastes, nevertheless both the missus and I agreed that it was the best entry since 'Number 13' in 2006 (if you discount 2008's Crooked House).

Film & TV / Re: The Book of Boba Fett
« on: 19 January, 2022, 10:34:47 AM »
Ah, that’ll be when arch bounty hunter Boba Fett acts like a complete twonk in slow motion, bounces off a barge, and falls into the gaping maw of a big creature in the desert.

You forgot to mention the Ned Flanders scream  :lol:

Film & TV / Re: The Book of Boba Fett
« on: 19 January, 2022, 09:38:37 AM »

For me, Nemesis and Deadlock was kind of the beginning of the end of Pat Mills' glory years. 

Not for me. Those Millsian hooks were still in deep, and I was extraordinarily eager to find out what happened after The Black Hole.
As it turns out, nothing ever did top that particular Thrill, but it's the memory of the frisson that carries Nemesis and Deadlock through for me.

Following on from Firekind, I must admit that Leatherjack was a something of a let down.

Still the better Thrill in this draw though.

Danzigs Inferno - A one-two punch from Smith & Phillips that would leave an indelible mark on David Lynch's temple.

a thrill that just happens to have an all-time sexy cover to introduce it.

Good enough reason.
Brit-Cit Babes.

Voting Lilly Mackenzie again, for that untapped potential.

Not a huge fan of either, but Blackhawk.

Missed the deadline, but Mercy Heights.

Film & TV / Re: The Expanse
« on: 17 January, 2022, 04:43:35 PM »
For me the last season ends in a satisfactory way the main storyline at least has been completed with some nice possibilities kept open for a spin-off (or two)


Although I should feel more satisfied that the favorable outcome was achieved without any loss for The Rocinante crew. That was genuinely unexpected.
Come to think of it, the only major character to kick the bucket in the finale was 'ol Space Bin Laden.

Surely there's the possibility that The Expanse could be revived a few years down the line - if those aul wans from Sex and the City can successfully stage a comeback after 20 years, then anything's possible.

Anyway - great series, fantastic characters and a complete, solid story. A rare gem.

Well embarrassingly I got this wrong

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