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Review: “Witches of Lychford” by Paul Cornell

Witches of Lychford
Paul Cornell
Tor.com, 2015.

I’ve always felt that WalMart was the devil, I just always meant it figuratively. In veteran comic and screenwriter   365 more words


Tangent Reviews: Uncanny Magazine

The September/October issue of Uncanny Magazine has four very well constructed stories, though the two that stuck out to me are Keffy R. M. Kehrli’s “And Never Mind the Watching Ones,” and Liz Argall and Kenneth Schneyer’s “The Sisters’ Line.” In particular, “And Never Mind the Watching Ones” struck a cord with me, possibly because of novels from my youth that continue to give me warm, fuzzy feelings when I think of them. 46 more words


Short Cuts 5: Saucer Country, Vol. 2 – The Reticulan Candidate; Heck; Secret, Volume 1– Never Get Caught; Animal Man, Vol. 5 – Evolve Or Die!

Saucer Country, Vol. 2: The Reticulan Candidate collects issues #7 – 14, completing the run of this Vertigo series. One of the perils of trade-waiting: I read the first volume about two years ago, then completely forgot to look out for the second one (the series had already been cancelled, so I was expecting one more to wrap things up). 642 more words

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Paul Cornell - Witches of Lychford

It’s funny that I’ve never read anything by Paul Cornell before. I really like the guy, I have listened to every episode of the SF Squeecast, I enjoyed his presentation of the Hugo Awards a few years ago, and I generally like what he has to say on the interwebs. 741 more words


Four Doctors by Paul Cornell

A trap is set for the Doctor which entangles three of his incarnations in a continuity bomb explosion.

Paul Cornell returns to Doctor Who comics after his fiftieth anniversary celebration story, … 407 more words

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Review: This Damned Band Issue 1

Written by Paul Cornell

Art by Tony Parker

Colours by Lovern Kindzierski

Letters by Michael Heisler

Cover by Tony Parker and Lovern Kindzierski

Published by Dark Horse… 374 more words

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