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SENTINEL Issue #4 will be kickstarted ina few eeks, and it's very different to what has before.

It's 1982, and fourteen year old Misty Moore has moved to a new village, traveling by coach to a newaby school. Her and her family share an old mansion house with two other families, one of whom has a very nasty little daughter.

When Misty is horribly bullied, she discovers a spirit in her room, Janet, who committed suicide 30 tears ago after being bullied herself. She offers to help Misty get revenge on those who have wronged her - bloody revenge...

What could go wrong?

I'll post sample pages as we get closer, but suffice to say this is a dark, deadly and emotional tale that will chill anyone who reads it, with excellent, atmospheric art by Paul Spence.

Here's the limited, alternatove cover by Neil Blackbird Sims to whet your appetite:

Books & Comics / "A Fare To Remember" A Must For Bellardinelli Fans!
« on: 17 June, 2020, 02:50:14 PM »
From the Facebook page of Sentinel Comic:

" A mix between 2000ADs Ace Trucking Co. and the classic sitcom Taxi, it tells of two rival taxi firms working out of the Garp system. It's funny, daft and expertly drawn by Paul Spence in his full length strip debut. Paul is heavily infuenced by the late, great Massimo Bellardinelli (Ace Trucking, Slaine, Inferno, Meltdown man and more) and there are several homages buried within to give fans a chuckle.

Our guest alternative cover artist is none other than comic legend Hunt Emerson, and he's even included a cameo from his character Firkin (The Fiesta office cat back in the day) in the back seat."


Hi everyone. Issue two of Sentinel is now active on Kickstarter, from just £4 for a copy. It's a 64 page, black and white square bound comic like Starblazer and has gone down very well.

Here's the link, which includes full details and the first 9 pages to hopefully whet your appetite.


SENTINEL Issue 2 is due to start on Kickstarter soon. Only £4 plus postage (other options available) or £2 for a PDF, it's a 64 page action fest!

Please register your interest now!


Books & Comics / Existing Comic Reviewers wanted
« on: 16 January, 2020, 01:46:38 PM »

Looking for some people withg a blog or podcast or whatever to review issue 1 of SENTINEL.

Please reply here or PMme - either works!

 Hello lovelies. Here is the Kickstarter page to back the new comic SENTINEL by Myself and artist Ed Doyle. It's similar to the old Starblazer and Commando comics with this issue being a complete Sci Fi story "Special Delivery".

The next issue is planned to be a horror themed story that will bring back fond memories of MISTY comic if we do it right.

A basic copy is £5 posted in UK, and there is also a limited cover being done by top art driod Steven Austin. Both covers can also be had as limited prints for a bit more cash.

Top offer is the chance to put yourself (or a friend) IN the comic, as we have three characters that can be drawn around any person's likeness. Do this and you get everything we have PLUS a hand drawn portrait of your character.

As it's on Kickstarter you have to create an account if you don't have one. You pledge the amount you're comfortable with for the product you fancy, and you ONLY get charged if we meet our £700 goal.

We're not in this to make a load of money, but because we love comics and wanted to make our own, original series.

Please SHARE this and let's get this made. Thanks XX


Books & Comics / EDGE OF EXTINCTION - Your new favourite zombie comic
« on: 15 October, 2019, 11:08:26 AM »
Hi all. Just read Issues 1 - 3 of this self published doodah, so here's my honest review (I liked it!)


Books & Comics / The SheerGlam Conspiracy by Steve MacManus
« on: 02 October, 2019, 11:01:11 AM »
Here's a treat for anyone who enjoys 1970s British comics! Steve "Tharg" MacManus' new novel, set in the publishing offices of Goodenough Publications. Well worth a read


Film & TV / PREACHER has ended... thoughts?
« on: 30 September, 2019, 09:53:47 AM »
I was so looking forward to this, and quite enjoyed it but there was a lot of mess. The huge deviations from the comic hurt it a lot, I feel.

Excellent casting, some great moments, but overall it tried too hard and was too weird.


General / 2000AD Fanzines
« on: 03 July, 2019, 12:09:43 PM »
I'm writing an article on 2000AD fanzines, naturally concentrating on Zarjaz, Dogbreath and Sector 13 but am wondering if there is any online resource for older ones, as I never read them in the past.

Or if anyone here was involved in a now defunct fanzine and would be up for a short email interview that would be wonderful.

Or... anything people think might be relevant and interesting


Books & Comics / ZARJAZ ISSUE 34 REVIEW
« on: 26 June, 2019, 04:25:41 PM »
Out next week, whet your appetite with this review from me!


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