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Mike's Pick of the Week: Animosity #14

Mike’s anticipated book this week is Animosity #14 by Marguerite Bennett and Rafael de Latorre from AfterShock Comics.

Readers learned in Animosity‘s last arc that even characters we’ve grown fond of can’t necessarily be trusted. 122 more words


41256 the podcast

For a long time I’ve loved Radio 4’s Pick of the Week show, as it deftly rounds up little snippets and highlights from the quite endearing amount of content the station puts out in seven days. 440 more words


High-Rise (2015)

“There is almost no reason to leave. People from all walks of life are here too. There are many opportunities to make new friends, possibly fall in love. 817 more words


Tomb Raider (2018)

“At some point we have to face up to who we are and who we’re meant to be” . Lara Croft

Inspired by the Square-Enix reboot game of the same name, Tomb Raider manages to entertain in spite of its efforts to be something else. 833 more words

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Jo’s Pick of the Week: Lawn Boy by Jonathan Evison

Jonathan Evison’s raw, gritty novel about the working poor stars Mike Munoz, an endearing character who wants to find his own American Dream, but feels “stuck on a hamster wheel.’’ 267 more words

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Mike's Pick of the Week: A Walk Through Hell #1

Mike’s anticipated book this week is A Walk Through Hell #1 by Garth Ennis and Goran Sudzuka from AfterShocks Comics.

Two FBI agents at opposite ends of their careers are called to investigate why two fellow agents have gone missing. 134 more words


Mike's Pick of the Week: Batman: White Knight #8

Mike’s anticipated book this week is Batman: White Knight #8 by Sean Murphy from DC Comics.

We’ve arrived. The finale is here. What will the outcome be? 241 more words