Andrew Griffiths's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: The Comic Addiction Reviews: 6
7.7Avg. Review Rating

Beautiful Creatures #1

Jul 21, 2009

Beautiful Creatures #1 is published by Red 5 Comics and will be released on the 23rd September 2009. For orders, please use Diamond Code: MAY091014.

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Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? #1

Jul 12, 2009

Could it have been better? Undoubtedly. That being said it’s a good bash at a great story, with great imagery to enhance the already great words and therefore if you had an inkling to read the book, that makes it worth a look.

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Doctor Who: Room with A Deja View #1

Jul 20, 2009

Dj Vu is well written, conveying to doctor and surrounding characters in enough depth that you can really feel they are feeling, but unfortunately, the story isnt really that enthralling. While having to flit around and read things backwards adds interest it just doesnt make up for whats already missing. I was really hoping that this would break the mould and change my opinion of TV to Comic adaptations, but for now it seems that will have to wait till another time.

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Joker (2008) OGN

Oct 29, 2008

Which brings us back to the word; dark. Joker is dark for one key reason you will want to read it with the lights on, just in case its not you thats having the last laugh...

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We Kill Monsters #1

May 13, 2009

We Kill Monsters stands strong on its own, yet subconsciously I can’t help feeling that it brings back everything I used to love about Buffy the Vampire Slayer when it was on TV – it has the humour, the monsters, the gripping characters and a story that I don’t want to end. This is great news, since I have now found something to fill that void that Buffy’s own Season 8 comics haven’t quite managed to do. Unfortunately, We Kill Monsters isn’t released until July 8th so in the meantime it looks like I’ll just have to hold my breath until issue #2.

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X-Men Origins: Gambit #1

Jun 16, 2009

I have to say that Mike Carey and David Yardin have done a superb job of bringing an origin story for Gambit off the page, and there really is something here for everyone – Gambit fan or not. If you have ever had any interest in Monsieur LeBeau, or wanted to know a bit more about his history, I really recommend that you go and pick up X-Men Origins: Gambit – you won’t be disappointed.

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