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A COMIC A DAY IN MAY – DAY 31: RAPID GAZZER #2 by G-Man
May 31, 2014, 10:00 am
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Rapid Gazzer 2

After leaving us with our gang of abducted earthlings coming face to face with robot leader Lord Vaset in issue #1…..we’re thrown into the deep-end of an all out chase in issue #1 of Gavin Boyle’s Rapid Gazzer.

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A COMIC A DAY IN MAY – DAY 30: ESCAPE FROM JESUS ISLAND #2 by G-Man

Escape From Jesus Island #2

After Escape From Jesus Island issue #1 pretty much converted me to loving horror comics more than I thought…..I was hyped to get hold of issue two and see if this would mess with my head just as much.

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A COMIC A DAY IN MAY – DAY 29: FIXED UP #3 by G-Man

Fixed Up #3

Ian Norris continues his autobiographical comic, Fixed Up and issue three continues the story in Oxford…..before whisking us back to the year 2000.

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A COMIC A DAY IN MAY – DAY 28: WESTERNOIR BOOK 1-3 by G-Man

Westernoir 1 2 3

Accent UK has been a great source of entertaining comics in recent years with anthologies and some stunning series & one-shots too……and the next title for me to catch-up with was the first three books from the four-part WesterNoir.

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A COMIC A DAY IN MAY – DAY 27: WART #1 by G-Man

WART

Soon to hit a print and digital collection is the first three parts of web-comic Wart – a Gothic, Lovecraft inspired horror comic following the luckless Wart Bellamy.

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A COMIC A DAY IN MAY – DAY 26: CAT AND MERINGUE 1000 DAYS OF ADVENTURE by G-Man
May 26, 2014, 11:06 pm
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Cat and Meringue

This release marks a significant part of Nich Angell’s work as a he’s created a comic book world that’s inventive and entertaining enough to make this epic collection of 1000 strips……..and more.

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A COMIC A DAY IN MAY – DAY 25: I AM FIRE by G-Man
May 25, 2014, 11:35 pm
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I Am Fire

Rachael Smith brings us a tale of the real world in her release, I Am Fire – a tale about a quirky couple of teenagers in the midst of their work experience.

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