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RECAP: Riverdale – Chapter 81 – The Homecoming

Just in case you missed Riverdale last week, Jughead catches us all up on where we are post-time mount. Archie pushed in a fighting. Betty is a FBI agent. Veronica is married. Toni is Queen of the Serpents. Jughead is a published writer. The five of them meet up in a booth at Pop Tate’s. […]

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Little Wars, online streaming

Little Wars, online streaming In the centre of another lockdown we continue to amuse ourselves with indoor followings. One of the few compensations is this online gem written by Steven Carl McCasland. Set in the French Alps, it offers the opportunities that a soiree featured some of the greatest female writers of the period. Alice […]

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DC ROUND-UP: 2020, the end of an era at DC Comics

THIS WEEK: With a small week of records, we instead take a look at the year that was, and the changes that impacted DC in 2020. Note: the review below contains spoilers. If you require a immediate, spoiler-free buy/ pass recommendation on the comics in question, check out the bottom of the article for our […]

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INDIE VIEW: The playful pathos of KUSAMA: THE GRAPHIC NOVEL

Kusama: The Graphic Novel By Elisa Macellari Laurence King Publishing I have, in passing, encountered photos of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama and when “thats happened”, did wonder about them, but I admit to never putting in the effort to finding out more about who this colorfully-polka-dotted was. The internet is a cornucopia of attention-grabbing recreations, […]

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Review: Potted Panto, Garrick Theatre

Review: Potted Panto, Garrick Theatre It’s been a long wait, a long nine months since I was last in the West Result. It felt so good to be back. The Garrick Theatre in Charing Cross Road ogled pristine as we patiently queued outside. A rapid check of the temperature and we were in, disguises on […]

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REVIEW: Here’s several reasons to read 7 GOOD REASONS NOT TO GROW UP

7 Good Reasons Not to Grown up Cartoonist: Jimmy Gownley Publisher: Scholastic Graphix The YA graphic story 7 Good Reasons Not to Grown up by Jimmy Gownley focuses on an ensemble of students who call themselves The After-School Resistance, precede by a teen appointed Kirby Finn. But could Finn be obscuring a secret, and if […]

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Review: Ghosts of Stanley Halls, South Norword Hill

Review: Ghosts of Stanley Halls, South Norword Hill With Halloween projects in disarray, guild nights and events offset, what can the city’s freaky slews do safely within their social froths? A socially distant walking tour of a historic 1903 edifice din good? For brave adults and children this event seems to fill a fault in […]

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Murder, Forgotten by Deb Richardson-Moore

Julianna Burke is a successful crime writer, loved by readers the world over. Her volumes sell and sell, with each new release eagerly awaited by love. She and her husband Connor are very much in love and experience a charmed life, with residences in South Carolina and Scotland. As we firstly fulfill Julianna, she’s arriving […]

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The Innocent Dead by Lin Anderson

The Innocent Dead is 15 th in Scottish author Lin Anderson’s long-running series of police procedurals featuring forensic scientist Rhona MacLeod and the Glaswegian team she works with. Echoes of several of those earlier volumes perform rather routinely in the sheets of this new one, although this is the first of hers I’ve read. Forty-five […]