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Brand new Commando issues #5239 – 5242 are out now! 5239: The Final Hunt A body has been found beneath one of the Nissen huts in a Scottish prisoner of war camp — but who is it? Stripped of all identification and with camp records all accounted for, a small list of suspects leads to a mystery that only retired policeman Dick McKay can solve. It’s okay – McKay likes a puzzle and the answer to
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Releases from Rebellion Publishing for 26 June 2019. 2000AD Prog 2137 Cover: Tula Lotay JUDGE DREDD: THE SAMARITAN by Kenneth Niemand (w) Staz Johnson (a) Chris Blythe (c) Annie Parkhouse (l) SCARLET TRACES: HOME FRONT by Ian Edginton (w) D'Israeli (a) Ellie De Ville (l) THISTLEBONE by TC Eglington (w) Simon Davis (a) Annie Parkhouse (l) ANDERSON, PSI-DIVISION: MARTYRS by Emma Beeby (w) Aneke
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Another few scrapbook pages. This article was from Frontier, a popular science magazine from 1999. This was in the June '99 issue, so twenty years old. It's interesting to see how right/wrong Clarke was even when trying to make predictions only a few years away: clean, safe power by 2002? The last coal mine closed by 2006? If only... Click the images for a larger, more readable copy.     .
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From my scrapbook, a William Gibson interview from 1995.
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Bryant & May Novels Full Dark House Bantam 978-0553-82466-7, 2004, 411pp, £8.99. Cover by Jake Rickwood The Water Room (Doubleday, 2004) Bantam 978-0553-81553-5, 2005, 429pp. Cover by Adam Willis ---- [7th imp.] £9.99. [tpb] Seventy-Seven Clocks (2005) Bantam 978-0553-81719-5, 2006, 476pp. Cover by Adam Willis ---- [8th imp.], £9.99. [tpb] Bantam 978-0553-82467-4, 2006, 476pp. ----
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Last week I posted a couple of pictures taken at the UK Comic Art Convention and the Glasgow Comic Art Convention – the only two I have – along with a scan of some of the convention badges. I managed to find another, for UKCAC97, which I'll post here. The other thing I've turned up is a broken run of the UKCAC and Glasgow CAC souvenir books dating from between 1987 and 1996. I suspect there
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A special clipping today, as this is one of my old articles. The idea was to treat Alan Smithee, a pen-name used on movies when the director was dumped or the producers took over the editing to try and make a film more commercial, as an auteur film director. The article appeared in Bizarre magazine, published by John Brown, under the name Noel A. Martena – an anagram of Not A Real Name, which
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The latest releases from Rebellion Publishing for 19 June 2019. 2000AD Sci-Fi Special 2019 Cover: Mick McMahon The 2000 AD Sci-Fi Special focuses on the legacy of Carlos Ezquerra, who died last year. As well as brand new strips featuring some of his most beloved characters, it includes his last work - the first 20 pages of Spector, the brand new creator-owned strip he was working on with
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