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?
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.
Time for another jumping on Prog .There hasn’t been a lot to love in 2000AD lately, but there is a lot of promise in 2100…..
Tiptoeing around the minefield that is the debate over this all female creator issue and the accusations of tokensim and exploitation, Luke checks out this year’s Sci Fi Special and finds it wanting.
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Review by Luke Williams
Luke is off sick. But rather sit in front of a TV, wearing pyjamas, wrapped in a dressing gown, draped in a quilt, drinking hot toddies and playing computer games, he’s decided to inflict opinions on the followers of this esteemed (?) blog. With much fanfare, and after far too long, Devlin Waugh returns to the Meg. Luke was really looking forward to his return, but not without some misgivings……..