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Prowling the Savannah — by Cyril Bunt

New Beginnings - Doom Patrol #1

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New Beginnings - Doom Patrol #1

By Cyril Bunt I have the privilege of reviewing the first issue of DC's new imprint Young Animal, which features a collection of four series aimed at mature readers, and they’re off to a great start. I am new to the universe of the Doom Patrol, so I cannot comment on its similarities to the original series, but it is certainly an extremely out-of-this-world story that’s nothing like I’ve read before. In the first issue, writer Gerard Way is clearly gathering all the jigsaw pieces together and pulling the characters to form the team. The issue opens up with Casey...

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New Beginnings - DC Universe Rebirth #1

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New Beginnings - DC Universe Rebirth #1

by Cyril Bunt It is the moment I have been waiting for; I have been watching time tick away until this very moment. I finally have this pivotal issue for any DC comic book fan to have. Reading Rebirth #1 for the first time was phenomenal, and once I came to realise who that mysterious hand on the cover belongs to the only word was, wow. For all DC fans who have been following the headlines, I am sure you are all aware of the return of ‘missing’ Wally West, the speedster who has been lost in the speed force...

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New Beginnings - Faster Than Light #1

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By Cyril Bunt This first issue of Faster Than Light begins by introducing the reader to inventor Dr Saul Frederickson, the man responsible for space travel at the speed of light becoming possible - or at least, as he insists, the man who created the formula. After the semantics are explained during his interview on the "Charlie Live Show", the interview pushes forward by explaining that “spaceships now have the capacity to travel to new solar systems within a very short time". At this point, I’m hooked by what possibilities are going to become available. We next meet two characters in a shuttle on their way...

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