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  1. I love me some Atomic Robo
  2. Guys I made a mistake earlier. Apparently Warren Ellis didn't write Nextwave. It was someone called Hatsune Miku who also wrote The Harry Potter novels and created Minecraft so she's a busy girl.
  3. NEXTWAVE. Agents of HATE. Because this is what they want. Yes a lot of references but done in a way that you won't care. See. It tells you everything you need and it's one self contained story that never got a sequel because Marvel are complete shit rags. Thankfully this version of Machine Man finally showed up again in Iron Man. Just read it Yes. I know it's Warren Ellis. I can give up Transmet but I can't go as far as cancelling Nextwave.
  4. The Doctor Who book Human Nature by Paul Cornell is currently £1.99. You might remember it from the David Tennant story but this is the original version written for the arch manipulator seventh Doctor and his then companion archaeologist from the future Bernice "Benny" Summerfield. It's a very good read. https://smile.amazon.co.uk/Doctor-Who-Nature-History-Collection-ebook/dp/B00PARJ46O/257-2218921-6006009?psc=1 Hulton College in Norfolk is a school dedicated to producing military officers. With the First World War about to start, the boys of the school will soon be on the front line. But no one expects a war – not even Dr John Smith, the college’s new house master… The Doctor’s friend Benny is enjoying her holiday in the same town. But then she meets a future version of the Doctor, and things start to get dangerous very quickly. With the Doctor she knows gone, and only a suffragette and an elderly rake for company, can Benny fight off a vicious alien attack? And will Dr Smith be able to save the day? An adventure set in Britain on the eve of the First World War, featuring the Seventh Doctor as played by Sylvester McCoy and his companion Bernice Summerfield. This book was the basis for the Tenth Doctor television story Human Nature / The Family of Blood starring David Tennant.
  5. yes and Leah Williams. Daken is really good in this too.
  6. It's still on last months. (Although Good Omens is there). Looks like they might have changed the date they change those titles. I've been doing the same. Trying to get a full set on the cheap. In case you missed it @Darren Monstrous Regiment was the 1.99 last month and it still is currently.
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    Fall Guys

    I think this is exactly the sort of daft, low stakes crazy the BR genre needs.
  8. Flub

    Fall Guys

    I think I really fancy playing this.
  9. I can very strongly recommend the first issue of the new X-Factor series. It's a great cast, a good story, funny and solid and the first issue left me hungry for more (It tells a complete story). A rare single these days I'm happy to pay for. Glad I took a chance on it.
  10. My current PC is a Scan 3xs which come in endless configurations. My RGB is off but I could certainly make it orange. The scan build was lovely. Perfectly tidy and all options for safe overclocking had already been set in the bios.
  11. I've read most of it and it's weird as fuck. Very old school 2000ad style (Especially the art) but turning the batshit up to 11.
  12. I always make a point of checking Amazon before I buy anything on Comixology. As you're seeing you can get some real bargains. I think my last one was a manga volume that was three quid cheaper on Amazon and appears in my Comixology app anyway.
  13. One thing you'll always be short of is storage space.
  14. I can't wait for this. It's the sort of game I can put on, warp to a random part of the world and just fly around chilling with some low-fi hip hop beats
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