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


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.