Darryll Robson

197 Articles written
Comic book reader, reviewer and critic. Waiting patiently for the day they announce 'Doctor Who on The Planet of the Apes'.

Review: ANGEL + SPIKE #14 Is An Atmospheric Tour De Force

Thompson and Sherman, along with Titov and Dukeshire, have taken the reins of Angel + Spike and are driving the comic in the right direction.

Landscaping Atmosphere in STILLWATER #1

In Stillwater the creators build a visual landscape that reflects the unnerving narrative so that one aspect feeds beautifully into the other

Review: VAMPIRE THE MASQUERADE #2 Brings Out The Family With The Beast

Engaging and entertaining, Vampire The Masquerade is a great way to spend 20 minutes and will leave you thirsty for more.

Character Construction In LONELY RECEIVER #1

Lonely Receiver by Zac Thompson, Jen Hickman, and Simon Bowland is a prime example of superb character building

Review: BILL AND TED ARE DOOMED #1 Fills In The 30 Year Gap Between Movies

The long and short of it is, Bill and Ted Are Doomed is a cartoon frolic set to capitalise on the release of the new film.

Review: STAR TREK HELL’S MIRROR Reunites Kirk With His Greatest Foe

The main aim of Hell’s Mirror is to retell The Wrath of Khan with the central roles reversed: Kirk is the aggressor and Khan the diplomat.

Review: ANGEL + SPIKE #13 Takes You Back In Time

Angel + Spike proves that there is still a wide scope of stories you can tell in the Buffy-verse while still maintaining the core principles of the series.

Review: DEVIL’S HIGHWAY Is A Murder Mystery With A Visual Punch

Devil’s Highway has a solid concept and a visually engaging world. If you are a fan of crime thrillers, then this is for you.

Review: Is ALIEN: THE ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY The First And Best Version?

Alien: The Original Screenplay is a visually stunning piece of work with great storytelling that favours atmosphere over character.

Review: A MAN AMONG YE #2 Backstabbing Its Way Into Your Heart

A Man Among Ye has a lyrical flow to it and engaging art work that leads the emotional aspects of the story.

Review: THE IMMORTAL HULK #36 Aiming High, Hitting Low

The Immortal Hulk #36 never quite finds the right balance and that detracts from the narrative and from the great storytelling.

Advance Review: INKBLOT #1 Is The Comic We Need Right Now

Inkblot contains a sense of wonder at the world and a cheeky humour that is impossible to ignore. This is a comic that makes you smile.
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