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+++BEGINTRANSMISSION+++ ROBotiX is the fusion of columnist and comic book character. Join the machine and its master, Rob Richardson, as they begin their reboot of comic book history and industry as onlookers from the present analyzing the past and searching for the future. Constructed from an underground lair deep in the Moors, ROBotiX offers the UK perspective on the industry, relentless in it's mission to seek out Britains rising stars and industry greats. As ROBotiX evolves stay posted for a historical look into comic book characters, bios, reviews, news, interviews and much more... Standby for your upgrade and interface with ROBotiX... +++ENDTRANSMISSION+++

WolfCop 2 NEEDS YOU! ARRRROOOO!!!!

Friday, 26 June 2015 15:48
OK, so you remember when I discovered the first WolfCop movie on a streaming service, decided to tweet along and ended up chatting at length with the brains behind the project? Yeah, it was awesome and I managed to interview Lowell Dean, the genius behind the movie. WolfCop was an instant hit. The mix of horror and comedy appealed to almost everyone and the nostalgic nod back to days of practical effects and tongue-firmly-in-cheek humour gathered the movie a cult following and a huge fanbase – so much so the movie was greenlit a sequel before it hit cinemas! Read more...
If any type of comic book was going to be the subject of Game Changers, it was going to be an event series. One of the first notable ‘events’ in comics was Marvels Secret Wars in which many key players within the publishers stable were transported to Battleworld by the Beyonder and were given free reign to take on one another in a fight to death in order to prove who was the greatest. In terms of sales, Secret Wars was undoubtedly a hit – it offered fans many of their favourites together in one place in a way that they’d never imagined – but critically, it floundered slightly due to massive inconsistencies across the board. However, Secret Wars set the benchmark for what event comics were to become – sprawling story arcs, epic in scale and concept, that would cross-pollinate characters... Read more...

ROARsome!!! | LEGO Jurassic World Review

Thursday, 18 June 2015 16:29
If you had a wish list that meant you could pick only two things that could make you eternally happy and you could put those two things together in a video game, what would you pick? Traveller’s Tales seems to have been successfully plucking from everyone’s favourites for a number of years now - LEGO meets Star Wars, LEGO meets Indiana Jones, LEGO meets DC superheroes, etc – so it was inevitable that they’d get round to my ultimate choice; LEGO meets Jurassic Park. Read more...
WARNING: There are spoilers in this article.  Even though we’ve added the obligatory spoiler warning, I’ll find it hard to believe that there are many people who miss this show on the day it airs. In fact, if you are starting to read this and you HAVEN’T seen this episode then you need to stop and come back in sixty minutes. Right, you’ve made it back. Wiped your eyes? Staring into the distance in disbelief? Trying hard not to crush inanimate objects due to Throne Rage? Yep, we’re all there with you in amazement of the series finale of season five (and a little in despair… OK, a lot in despair…). Read more...
OK, those of you who have read some of my articles before might appreciate that I’m a tiny bit biased when it comes to dinosaurs. That’s probably a lie – I absolutely love dinosaurs. They’re more important to me than superheroes or science fiction. They captured my imagination as a child and I’ve digested every book, documentary and movie about them as is humanly possible. So you can expect that 1993’s Jurassic Park has a very special place in my heart. There was no way I was going to miss the fourth installment of the franchise, Jurassic World, but is it an extinction level event for the series or has life found a way back into the dream of a dinosaur theme park? Read more...
So anyone reeling from the conclusion of last week’s episode and was worried as to how the writers of Game of Thrones might top it this week have nothing to fear. The Dance of Dragons was the culmination of a slow burning season that has amped up the tension with relish before reaching a screaming crescendo that surely left all those in the production of the show grinning from ear-to-ear. Read more...
There are many iconic images that stretch back through Batman lore and we each have our own favourite pieces. For some, it could be the Dark Knight illuminated by a lightning bolt from Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns. For others, it could be the Joker wielding his Joker Fish from Detective Comics #475, Catwoman and Batman embracing in Hush, and some may cite the Bat Armour from the epic Night of the Owls. For me though, the full page spread of Batman broken across Bane’s immense knee is one of the most evocative and ultimately chilling images in all of the Caped Crusader’s adventures. Read more...
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