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Captain Rugged

  • Captain Rugged by Keziah Jones and Native Maqari
  • Captain Rugged by Keziah Jones and Native Maqari
  • Captain Rugged by Keziah Jones and Native Maqari
  • Captain Rugged by Keziah Jones and Native Maqari
  • Captain Rugged by Keziah Jones and Native Maqari
  • Captain Rugged by Keziah Jones and Native Maqari

Concept Albums or book/album combo projects conjure fond memories of Jeff Wayne’s ambitious War of the Worlds, or even those great Book and Record Sets from the 70s, with their excellent short stories accompanied by soundtracks and effects that bathed you in sonic atmosphere. Such were my hopes for Captain Rugged, the new graphic novel…

Bazooka Joe and his Gang

  • Bazooka Joe and his Gang - Book Review
  • Bazooka Joe and his Gang - Book Review
  • Bazooka Joe and his Gang - Book Review
  • Bazooka Joe and his Gang - Book Review
  • Bazooka Joe and his Gang - Book Review
  • Bazooka Joe and his Gang - Book Review
  • Bazooka Joe and his Gang - Book Review
  • Bazooka Joe and his Gang - Book Review
  • Bazooka Joe and his Gang - Book Review

Character designers, animators and illustrators throughout the ages have all shared the wisdom of one simple truth; that adding an eye-patch to a character provides an instant coolness upgrade. From ‘the man in the Hathaway shirt’ to countless cowboys and Kurt Russell’s portrayal of Snake Plisskin, the eye-patch fits the bill whether you’re looking to…

The Golden Age of DC Comics

  • Book Review - The Golden Age of DC Comics
  • Book Review - The Golden Age of DC Comics
  • Book Review - The Golden Age of DC Comics
  • Book Review - The Golden Age of DC Comics
  • Book Review - The Golden Age of DC Comics
  • Book Review - The Golden Age of DC Comics
  • Book Review - The Golden Age of DC Comics
  • Book Review - The Golden Age of DC Comics
  • Book Review - The Golden Age of DC Comics
  • Book Review - The Golden Age of DC Comics
  • Book Review - The Golden Age of DC Comics
  • Book Review - The Golden Age of DC Comics

With the anticipated release of the new Superman movie, DC’s status as a leader in the comic book industry remains as strong as ever, with its success only really comparable to that of Marvel. It’s testament to the power and longevity of their characters that the very same Man of Steel started it all with…

Batman Returns

Catwoman Illustration by Christopher King

Illustration Friday’s theme of Whiskers led me down the path of Catwoman, and specifically Michelle Pfeiffer’s version of Catwoman from Tim Burton’s Batman Returns. After all the different Batman movies including Christopher Nolan’s excellent trilogy, Batman Returns remains my favourite (I could even say that Michael Keaton is my prefered Batman) with its festively dark atmosphere,…

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