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VANISHED NORWICH

VIEWS OF THE CITY

These are all pictures of a Norwich that has long gone.

JOSEPH MASON

THE BLOG FOR MEMORIES OF NORWICH

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Local History

Around the Tubes

The weekend is almost here! We’ll be spending it relaxing, at the National Book Festival, and getting ready for New York Comic Con which is in just a few short weeks. 89 more words

Around The Tubes

World of Britannia

World of Britannia by Richard Denham and M.J. Trow is a historical companion to the BRITANNIA series. It’s a fun book. Reading about the beginning of the Dark Ages in Britannia (spanning 367 – 415 AD) was interesting, informative, and just plain fun. 168 more words

Book Reviews

Northwind: Le Morte d'Arthur (part two)

In the wake of Uther’s death, many of his sub-kings refused to acknowledge his son, Arthur, as their new king and openly rebelled against him. During this time, under the guidance of Rhonwen, and with the continued backing of her Saxons, Vortimer began the task of reestablishing Britannia’s borders. 977 more words

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Review: Britannia #1

In Nero’s Rome in the first century, battle-scarred centurion Antonius Axia finds himself restored to health by the mysterious cult of the Vestal Virgins and imbued with the secrets of human psychology – making him the one truly sane man in an insane world governed by gods, fates, and superstitions.  694 more words

Comic Books

Preview: Britannia #1 (of 4)

BRITANNIA #1 (of 4) (“THE FUTURE OF VALIANT”)

Written by PETER MILLIGAN
Art by JUAN JOSE RYP with RAUL ALLEN
Cover A by CARY NORD (JUL162052) 214 more words

Comic Books

The Britannic Race & Its Predicament

Race and ethnicity – a subject which few feel comfortable discussing and even fewer actually speak about, yet a relevant topic nonetheless, that we must  1,500 more words

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