Author: Rosalind Mosis
I’m a thirty something British nerd-mum and wannabe author, fueled by tea, poor decision making and a need to be distracted. Cursed to watch favourite characters die and ships sink. Send help.

REVIEW: She Could Fly #1

Should Could Fly #1 Review Mysterious Flying Woman This book surprised me in so many ways, such as the uncomfortably close-to-home depiction of intrusive thoughts and intense
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A Brief History of British Comics: Part 2 – A Menace to Society and Jolly Good Chaps… In Space

It's at this point in British comics history we see the only time when it's not all so grim or darkly comical.
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A Brief History of British Comics: Part 1- The Farce, The Dreadful and The Sloper

Welcome to a compacted history of British comics from the 19th century to today- mostly looking at the themes that
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REVIEW: Thor #1

It's a great start to the final chapter of Aaron's absolute corker of a run- and the series itself is already showing a lot of promise. 
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REVIEW: Tomb Raider: Inferno #1

Inferno, so far, feels like a solid but ultimately very functional action movie... which is appropriate really.
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REVIEW: The Mighty Thor: At The Gates of Valhalla

It's pretty clear the focus of this issue is to bring the War of the Realms crashing back into our lives.
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REVIEW: Sex Criminals #24

In Sex Criminals #24, everyone's getting back on their feet, their epiphanies now manifesting.
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REVIEW: The Mighty Thor #706

The Mighty Thor is dead, long live the Mighty Thor.
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REVIEW: Tomb Raider: Survivor’s Crusade #4

Flat and rushed feels like an adequate way to describe Tomb Raider: Survivor's Crusade so far.
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Calm Thine Tits, The Pointless Overreaction to the Least Radical Thor

So, now that the dust has settled on Thor 705, and we're facing what is effectively a wake in 706, I think now's a good time to address the very white elephant in the room.
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