Darryll Robson

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

Review: KILL A MAN Challenges Readers With A Heavy Punch

Kill A Man is more than just another Sports Comic, this is an intense examination of social acceptances and the pain they can bring.

How To Reinvent A Character In SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING

Everything runs its course, and even the best of ideas can become stale if they are not given the chance to be re-born. In...

SOLE SURVIVORS: Sneaky Science Fiction Critique

At a time when comics were becoming cleaner and more defined, Sole Survivors challenged the notion by resembling self published comics.

Review: SUPERGIRL #40 Asks When Is A Finale Not A Finale?

DC comics bring you the finale to Jody Houser and Rachael Stott’s infected Supergirl story arc in this week's 40th issue.

Review: ARCHANGEL 8 #1 A Dark And Thoughtful Thriller

A successfully engaging first issue with gorgeous artwork and smart lettering throughout. Archangel 8 does everything you would expect a first issue to do

Review: ALIENATED #2 Demonstrates That Alien Power Corrupts The Most

Spurrier and Wildgoose are on to a winner with this blend of 1980’s science-fiction movie and modern social commentary

Review: THE MAN WHO F#$%ED UP TIME #2 Is Fun But Offers Little Else

The Man Who F#$%ed Up Time is fun and daft. As long as you don’t think too hard about it, you should find it enjoyable.

Review: PANDEMICA #4 Wants You To Know It’s Not Safe Out There

Reading Pandemica in the midst of a global health crisis adds weight to some of the themes that Maberry is attempting to bring out.

Review: DOCTOR WHO THE 13TH DOCTOR Year 2 #3

Jody Houser is exceptional at writing Doctor Who. She captures the characteristics and mannerisms of the TARDIS crew

KING OF NOWHERE: Master of Letters

King of Nowhere is a masterclass in comic book storytelling with Andworld Design owning the page with outstanding lettering.

Personality Profiling in ANGEL #9

In Angel #9, the artist Gleb Melnikov creates an intense atmosphere that sets the reader on edge and builds character in every panel.

Review: INVISIBLE KINGDOM #10 Drifts To A Exciting End

Invisible Kingdom started as a world expanding, science fiction tale but it has become something so much more.