Okay, so what took your fancy this past week? Here’s your regular ten-to-takeaway:
- It’s always good to see our regular columns doing so well and once again we have a good few that make it onto this week’s list. First we have Ben Martin’s Franchise Explosion (Or Implosion) which looked at Scream 4 last weekend. You can check it out here.
- Secondly, we have Review Round Up here.
- Plus, Scott Redmond’s always entertaining and informative Retcons, Reboots and Resurrections here.
- And finally Richard Bruton’s weekly deep dive into 2000 AD here.
- On the gaming front, Gary Catig brought us news on Marvel’s Contest of Champions here.
- I brought you a review of the last episode of The Book of Boba Fett here.
- Dark Horse are to publish Winds Of Numa Sera as reported on by Brendan M Allen here.
- And, Allen also brought us news on the return of Valiant’s Archer & Armstrong here.
- Thought Bubble announce their first wave of guests here.
- And, finally, we broke the sad news of legendary Ian Kennedy’s passing here. A much loved and admired artist who worked for over seven decades in the UK comic book industry. He will be very much missed.
And so, rather than leave on a sad tone, I’ll leave you with this week’s little something extra, and the latest trailer for Pixar’s Lightyear from earlier this week: