‘Venom’ made a ton of money, and I can’t figure out why. It’s ugly, boring, and adds nothing of value to the superhero genre.
Here’s my review, as I unpick the negatives and positives (as few and far between as they are) and explain why you should forget ‘Venom’ and give ‘Upgrade’ a shot.
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Garth Ennis turns his caustic sense of humour towards the Ghost Rider, Johnny Blaze. It has everything you’d except. Hunour bordering on the obscene, disgusting characters, morally dubious heroes, and an acerbic take on organised religion. It also has some of the nicest looking art I’ve ever seen.
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“Language. I’m a kid, asshole.” After what this time felt like a very short break, The Walking Dead is back on our screens. It left us back in November at what was seen by many as the show’s highest point in years. Not since season 4 maybe 5 had the show been that consistently excellent or engaging. […]
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Batman: White Knight is an Elseworlds-esque thriller which sees the Joker become a good guy and try to save Gotham City from the unregulated, violent Batman. It is superb and original.
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First sold in 2015 after raising $228,000 on Kickstarter, Burgle Bros is a heist board game for 1-4 players. It sees you (or you and some friends) robbing three safes from a three-tier bank/office, while adeptly (or most of the time rather clumsily) avoiding the guards, hacking alarms and blowing walls up with dynamite.
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We’ve published a book! It’s a collection of short stories, and it’s available on Amazon right now!
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The Daleks are back! Or at least one gross super Dalek is. This New Year’s special is surprisingly solid, with great performances and a fun story. Hopefully this will end the often-dreadful Christmas specials for good.
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