Monthly Archives: November 2010

Comic review #3 – Knight and Squire

The comic review was meant to be weekly, but events last week conspired against me. (Those same events also meant that I wasn’t able to pick up any comics last weekend, so there wouldn’t have been anything to review this … Continue reading

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Pulp Fiction

Between the Great Depression and the rise of fascism, the 1930’s were probably not the best decade of the twentieth century. However, in the field of entertainment, some really great things emerged. Gone With the Wind. Fred and Ginger. Citizen … Continue reading

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Comic review #2 – Taskmaster

A few months back, I was talking with one of my co-workers about the TV programme “Heroes” and I said that I’d given up on it partway through the second season as I didn’t find the new characters interesting. He … Continue reading

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From the workbench…

Or more accurately, as I don’t have a workbench, “From the coffee table”. Anyway this entry (and hopefully its successors) are about my efforts in model making. When I was a kid, like most boys of my age, I made … Continue reading

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Comics Review # 1

The downfall of many blogs (apart from no one reading them) is a tendency of many bloggers to update them irregularly and eventually let them wither on the vine. I’m hoping to avoid this by having a regular(ish) feature – … Continue reading

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BD (pronounced “bay day”)

Or “Bande dessinée” if you prefer. That is, French (or more accurately Franco-Belgian) comics. It’s no secret that I’ve been a fan of comics for almost as long as I’ve been able to read. Although I started with British comics (most … Continue reading

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