Westworld is back! And it’s bringing with it a slightly reduced run of episodes, but a more streamlined story. There are still mysteries – this is Westworld after all – but not as many.
This season has split opinion in the fanbase, more so than even the divisive second season. But despite a change of location and some swanky cyberpunk visuals, this is the same show we fell in love with way back in 2016.
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Seven Soldiers is a comic book event like no other, in which a bunch of reluctant c-list heroes all come together to stop an extraterrestrial crisis.
Except they never meet. In fact, they don’t even know the others exist or that they’re part of a superhero team. It’s Morrison at his most…Morrisonian.
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Action-expert Gareth Evans turns his hand to television for this insane nine-part epic.
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One day, everyone on earth stops dying. But it soon becomes clear that this is far from the miracle that it first seemed.
It’s up to what’s left of Torchwood to solve the case – with help from a few new American friends.
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In this six-issue story, things catch up with John Constantine. And it’s not demons, monsters, or any of the usual madness. It’s something far more human. And inescapable.
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Bruce Wayne wakes up in Arkham Asylum. Young. Sane.
And…he was never Batman.
That’s the set-up, at least. Though it doesn’t take long for the comic to diverge from that great hook – for better or worse.
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Perhaps not the most well-known hero in the DC Comics back catalogue, Mister Miracle (AKA Scott Free) is having a tough time of things at the moment.
Tom King and Mitch Gerads’ Eisner Award-winning ‘Mister Miracle’ is a realistic look at mental illness and emptiness, all set against the backdrop of Jack Kirby’s wacky Forth World.
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Torchwood returns for a third season – but things have changed. Airing on a new, bigger channel across five consecutive nights – and with the episodes cut down from 13 to 5 – does ‘Children of Earth’ feel like the Torchwood of old?
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For now, with this and that currently halting production, ‘The Tower’ is acting as the season finale. But even in those terms, it’s a fun and effective episode that both sets up the impending threat and introduces us to a very different new character.
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When Torchwood came back for its second series, it had it all figured out. The adult elements had been fine-tuned, the stories were more confident, and there was a real sense of self-awareness about the whole thing. For the most part, it’s really excellent science fiction.
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