‘Finn’ , a short lived spin off from ‘Third World War’ which ran in ‘Crisis’, came to prominence a few years ago when there was an upsurge on social media of discussion on reprinting the series. Rebellion have finally relented and it’s going to be collected, but why the fuss? Is this just a 90s “Slaine” clone or something more substantial. Luke finally gets around to writing it up.
Jumping on Prog!!! This review is brought to you in partnership with that great writing lubricant, Navy Strength Cannonball Edinburgh Gin, and the letter “F”. Luke takes a look at the latest attempt at attracting new and lapsed readers. And you know, spoilers. But it has been a week – if you haven’t read it yet, where have you been?
Silencing the little voice in his head, Luke ponies up the dough for the latest repackaging of classic Nemesis. Limited edition, not all Squaxx will have got a copy, but what are they missing out on? Luke checks out what he forked out 30 quid for, in this Rioja fuelled overview.
Nemesis The Early Heresies
Published in 2002 and completely bypassing your correspondent, although sometimes he would miss 50 ft neon signs and national holidays celebrating a launch. Luke witters on about his holiday reading.
By Pat Mills, Debbie Gallagher, Wayne Reynolds and Len’ O Grady
Published for FCBD, and not actually free, Luke takes Rebellion up on their offer of the specials delivered straight to his door, there by defeating the object of FCBD day. All because he is Rebellion’s bitch and has a pathological desire to give them his money.
A little slow off the mark as it’s been on the stands for a few months now, Luke takes a butchers at the latest Dan Dare revival. Will it go the way of the last few?