If you are a regular reader of this weekly Saturday column, you should know the drill by now. Ten-to-takeaway from the past week to entertain and inform you, on-the-go, at home or wherever you are. A mix of reviews, news and, this week, an interview too! Some you may have read, some you may have missed. So, let’s dive in, shall we, with a look at this week’s New to You Comics:
- Brendan M Allen and Tony Thornley looked back at Image Comics Kill the Minotaur, by Chris Pasetto, Christian Cantamesa, and Lukas Ketner. Read their thoughts on this title here.
- Here’s a strange thing. Last week’s Something for the Weekend column makes it onto our top ten list for the first time this week. Seems our drive to kickstart a few new regular columns in recent months is beginning to take root. Read up on what people were reading a week ago here.
- Four reviews to share with you next. First up Rogue Planet #5 by Cullen Bunn and Andy MacDonald.
- Next, a look at Stranger Things: Science Camp #1 from Dark Horse here.
- We also looked at a new Kickstarter campaign from indie small press Reckless Hero. Knights vs. Pirates by Jay Martin, Chris Imber and Chris Jenkin. A very professional and high polished book with a very new spin on the arthurian legend. Read all about it here.
- Our last review to share with you this weekend is one for Alien – The Original Screenplay #3 from Dark Horse. Check it out here.
- This past week we caught up with Ian Edginton and Matt Brooker, aka D’israeli, to discuss the return of Stickleback, after a 6 year hiatus from 2000AD. You can read up on our cozy chat here.
- NYCC online will be taking place this weekend. A rather sore point as this was going to be the year I finally made it over to the Colonies and this con. Ah well, it could be worse. At least they’ve got events going on online, such as a behind the scenes look at Genndy Tartakovsky’s Primal. Read more here.
- Another trailer we shared with you this past week was for Netflix new anime series Blood of Zeus, brought to you by Tito W James here.
- Finally, Marvel’s Contest of Champions introduces some more new characters to their popular game, and as ever Gary Catig was on hand to report here.
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