Darryll Robson

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

Review: DUNE HOUSE ATREIDES #2 Settles Into Its Style and Starts To Gather Speed

With a host of characters and expanding plots, Dune House Atreides #2 is a satisfying read and it’s beginning to feel a lot more like Dune.

Review: ANGEL+SPIKE #16 Rushes Headlong To A Conclusion

Angel+Spike #16 has some outstanding scenes, the interplay between all of the comics elements create an atmospheric and complex narrative

Review: LONESOME DAYS SAVAGE NIGHTS Is A Brutal Emotional Journey Through Anger

Lonesome Days Savage Nights, published by TKO Studios, is an engrossing tale of internal violence and repressive anger.

Comics Studies: It’s All in the Bias

Today, this is what I think about Comics. I open with this disclaimer because it highlights one of the major difficulties with Comics Studies: a...

Interview: Roberta Ingranata and Enrica Eren Angiolini Talk Working Together With Multiple Doctors

Roberta Ingranata and Enrica Eren Angiolini Talk Working Together With Multiple Doctors on Doctor Who season 2 for Titan Comics

Review: MISKATONIC #1 Where The FBI Face Lovecraftian Horrors

As an introduction to a series, Miskatonic is superb. It effortlessly melds Lovecraftian Law with historical events

Setting The Stage in THE BALLAD OF HALO JONES

In The Ballad of Halo Jones, Alan Moore’s tightly planned script allows the artist to create a detailed plan of the 'stage' which runs from chapter to chapter.

Review: A MAN AMONG YE #3

A Man Among Ye may be a tale of swashbuckling pirates, but a mere scratch reveals a more complex narrative about the portrayal of women

Review: DUNE HOUSE ATREIDES #1 The First Grain In A Massive Desert

Dune House Atreides is a magnificent introduction to the web like narrative of the Dune saga and a great first issue for a new series.

Comics Studies: An Emerging Academic Field

Comics Studies is a new and exciting field of Academia but what exactly is it and how do we even begin to approach the subject?

Finding The Fight For SHANG-CHI #1

In Shang-Chi #1 the artists bring a sense of power and dynamism to the fights equal to any live action movie.

Review: STARGAZER #1 Is An Old Concept Made New – Ish

Stargazer hides it’s science fiction roots under great characters and a mysterious narrative, never giving too much away.