Andrew McIntyre's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: Big Glasgow Comic Page Reviews: 31
7.3Avg. Review Rating

7.6
Amazing Forest #1

Jan 20, 2016

A great read full of fun and quirky sci-fi fantasy stories told with the help of a variety of talented artists.

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9.1
Corto Maltese: Beyond the Windy Isles #1

Jul 2, 2015

A masterpiece of adventure comics

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5.8
Creeple Peeple #1

Jun 18, 2015

Can be a bit hit and miss at times, but is still a fun story with great artwork.

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8.8
D4VE (IDW) #1

Feb 26, 2015

D4VE offers an engaging and beautiful story full of hilarious and relatable characters in a fascinating robotic world. This promises to be a truly great series.

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7.3
Dead Squad: Ayala Tal (One-Shot) #1

Jun 25, 2015

A nice start to an interesting spin"off focusing on a mysterious character with fantastic artwork.

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6.0
Doberman #1

Mar 28, 2015

An obviously and purposefully dumb addition to the action-comedy genre, however a rather funny self-aware one at that.

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7.5
Drones #1

Apr 22, 2015

A brilliant and beautiful satire on the war obsessed culture of today.

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7.5
Edward Scissorhands #2

Nov 28, 2014

Another engaging issue in the series that brilliantly emulates the core elements of the film. Wonderful artwork and well executed story make it interesting to see where this one goes.

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7.8
George Perez's Sirens: Pen & Ink #1

Jul 31, 2015

A great behind-the-scenes read for lovers of Perez's artwork.

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7.5
Imaginary Drugs #1

Jan 23, 2015

Imaginary Drugs is a fantastic anthology by aspiring creators presenting their own unique and fascinating worlds and stories.

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8.8
Insufferable (IDW) #1

May 20, 2015

Interesting and relatable story focusing on a strained father-son relationship but wrapped in a classic superhero caper. Not to be missed.

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8.5
Insufferable (IDW) #2

Jun 11, 2015

This great dramedy continues to deliver high quality storytelling, characters and fantastic artwork.

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6.3
Legenderry: Green Hornet #1

Feb 20, 2015

Legenderry: Green Hornet #1 delivers a solid story with some colourful characters brought to life in a fascinating steampunk world.

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6.4
Orphan Black: Helsinki #1

Nov 21, 2015

A potentially interesting concept dampened by unnecessary and dull padding.

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6.5
Robert Heinlein's Citizen of the Galaxy #1

Mar 4, 2015

A good start to an optimistic series, but not entirely worthy of Robert Heinlein's prestige.

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7.4
Robert Heinlein's Citizen of the Galaxy #2

Apr 1, 2015

A vast improvement on the first issue. With a great story and wonderful artwork Citizen of the Galaxy finally feels like a proper space opera.

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8.8
Shadow Show #2

Dec 17, 2014

Shadow Show #2 offers two wonderfully crafted stories that celebrate Bradbury in style and substance with emotional narratives and gorgeous artwork.

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8.4
Shadow Show #3

Jan 12, 2015

A touching addition to a consistently brilliant limited series that shows true admiration for Bradbury.

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7.1
Star Trek #41

Feb 13, 2015

Behemoth offers an interesting story and great artwork reminiscent of the original series but that is accessible to new readers.

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9.0
Star Trek: City On The Edge Of Forever #1

Feb 4, 2015

A fascinating and thoughtful adventure in time and space brought to life through some truly breathtaking artwork. A rare find in science fiction.

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6.0
The Fly: Outbreak #1

Mar 22, 2015

The Fly: Outbreak promises big horror but doesn't quite deliver on it.

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3.8
The Fly: Outbreak #2

Apr 16, 2015

A dull addition to an increasingly disappointing series whose only saving grace is the great atmospheric artwork.

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9.0
The Last Broadcast #1

Aug 19, 2015

A fantastically creepy urban adventure with great characters and gorgeous artwork.

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6.0
The Life Eaters #1

Jan 27, 2015

The Life Eaters offers a well crafted and imaginative world full of insane gods and Nazis, but it doesn't give the reader enough time to indulge in it.

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9.0
The Spire #2

Aug 7, 2015

A great story, fantastic characters, and unique and gorgeous post-apocalyptic world to explore. What more could you want?

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5.8
The X-Files X-Mas Special #2014

Dec 27, 2014

The X-Files Xmas Special is a fun caper with a lot of familiar faces and great humor, but lacks a lot of substance to make it a compelling read.

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8.6
Trista and Holt #6

Jul 23, 2015

A pivotal moment for this consistently great series and one that promises more in the future.

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8.7
Trista and Holt #7

Jul 28, 2015

A great insight into the dark beginnings one of the series' most interesting characters.

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8.5
Trista and Holt #8

Sep 19, 2015

Another great entry in the series that sheds light on one of the most interesting and mysterious characters.

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5.5
WinterWorld: Frozen Fleet #1

May 20, 2015

Nice to look at but a stereotype of the genre with little new or interesting concepts for it to be an engaging series.

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4.7
WinterWorld: Frozen Fleet #2

Jun 3, 2015

Continues to disappoint with a predictable plot and the wasted potential of an interesting concept

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