Etienne Paul
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Etienne Paul

Etienne has loved comics ever since Hasbro licensed a random collection of out of scale transforming toys from Japan and gave them to Marvel and said 'make up something so we can sell this crap to kids.'
Well, they managed to do that for 6 years to this kid, and in the process create an entire mythos, dozens of TV shows and at least 1 decent film. Not bad going for a giant advert.
Since then Etienne might have grown up a bit, but the seed that Transformers started in 1984 has taken root and 30 years later he's still obsessed with his comics.

Darby Pop PublishingFeaturedReview

Do spies really use code words? If so this might be the most realistic spy/assassin comic ever made, but it does get old really fast…

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FeaturedReviewZenescope Entertainment

Red Agent starts with a bang, but can it keep that going throughout?

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Doctor StrangeMarvelMoviesReview

It’s very rare that I get to go to the cinema; it takes something quite special to get me to part with my cash, but sometimes I settle for something Strange….

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FeaturedReview

Hellchild is one of the first series to come out of the end of the previous Grimm universe, but will the apocalypse have improved this half-vampires half-life?

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FeaturedReviewTop Cow

A book that revolves around the discussion of race in a futuristic society, with prejudices fixed more in the present than in time to come, at least they have A.I. to blame it all on…

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215 InkFeatureReview

Welcome to 28-pages of pulp comic that feels more like 50 pages, but you will just have to keep reading to find out if that’s a good thing or not…

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FeaturedRenegade Arts EntertainmentReview

Myth, magic and the most disturbing use of the Electra Complex that I have ever seen come together into a most unforgettable book…

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FeaturedImage ComicsReviewrick remender

Some writers can turn their hands to anything, others need to stay in their comfort zone; but when Remender gets it right, he knocks it out of the park.

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ConanCullen BunnDark Horse ComicsFeaturedReview

Over 80 years since his creation, the muscle bound Conan still inspires devotion among his fans, but after all that time and all those stories, is there anything left to tell?

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FeaturedReviewValiant Comics

A book set in my favourite time period, in the country in which I live in, what’s not to love about a series called Britannia?

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FeaturedReviewTPub Comics

Games Workshop has such vivid imagery to their IP; it’s just annoying that they cannot create a lasting comic line based on their characters. So, a one shot to advertise a new computer game is unlikely to change that state of affairs…

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Dynamite EntertainmentFeaturedReviewXena

Has it really been 15 years since Xena left our screens? I hated it going then, but I wonder if it wasn’t better left alone…

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FeaturedReviewSneak Peek

As the world is thrown into chaos, a team of heroes must be created to take on Evil Superman… No wait, that’s not right.

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FeatureReviewZenescope Entertainment

All good things come to an end, but it doesn’t mean I have to be happy about it. Wonderland goes out with a bang in its traditional gory mess, but will anyone survive the conclusion?

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