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Reviews: the eternal tangle – Best of Enemies

February 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

The Best of Enemies:a History of US & Middle East Relations Volume 3, Jean-Pierre Filiu, David B, SelfMadeHero I have been waiting for this third volume in the Best of Enemies series for a while...

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Best Of Enemies Volume 1 1783 -1953 Hardcover, Jean-Pierre Filiu, Davide B, SelfMadeHero “During a war the kind of “evidence” people are looking for usually doesn’t exist.” Our world, especially since the murderous events of...

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Comics: “Yikes! I’ve been drafted!”

March 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

BoingBoing has a comic by Dennis Eichhorn and Donna Barr, originally published in Real Stuff #7 in 1992, it details the Vietnam draft in the late 60s and trying not to get conscripted....

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A surprising nightmare in Boston

January 25, 2012 | 1 Comments

I am in Boston, New England, at Arisia, a science fiction convention with over 3,000 people along, where science meets adventure, and it’s definitely great craic. It’s similar to conventions in the UK, only they...

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The cartoon guide to nuclear testing

May 27, 2011 | 0 Comments

The Atlantic reports on a blast from the past – an atomic blast from the past, in fact. Between the 50s and 90s the USA tested hundreds of nuclear devices in the deserts of Nevada....

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English-speaking public with very particular ideas about what comics should be. Or the Anglophone publishers in Angoulême. Alex Bowler from Random House had come to Angoulême looking for direct contacts.  As a British publisher, he...

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Comics are wimpy all around

January 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

As I was going over the (far too long) list of comics I bought and read this year, I was wondering what comics do in terms of market share across Europe: if you took all...

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2000 AD in the States

August 6, 2010 | 0 Comments

Comic Book Resources caught up with Rebellion graphic novel editor Keith Richardson at Comic Con, where he unveiled some of Rebellion’s plans to push 2000 AD in the US comics market. Despite its 30-plus years...

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Some of you may have noticed that we’ve recently changed the format of our popular weekly newsletter, now creating a second one each week dedicated purely to graphic novels. Along with recommendations for upcoming new...

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