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Harry Potter, Katniss Everdeen, Tris Prior, hell, even Bella Swan were Chosen Ones. But not all of us can battle dark wizards, a dictatorial government or sparkling vampires – we just have to make sure we’re living our own stories. Patrick Ness looks at some of these stories in his…
While the Uncannies are off watching the new Fantastic Four movie, you can read our review of it. And you know how the movie got a lot of bad reviews? Want to know what we, your most reliable source of reviews, think?
Sad news, everyone. Orell Füssli is shutting down the English Bookshop at Bahnhofstrasse in Zürich.
Next week, the third Fantastic Four movie hits cinemas in Switzerland. It’s a reboot. This means the previous movies were failures. Let’s investigate what went wrong.
Comic Book fans know Jeff Smith as the author and artist of the classiccomic book Bone. However, he surpassed that work with RASL, which was concluded in fifteen issues. With it, he created a must read.
Happy Birthday, Switzerland! It’s been 724 years to the day when Willhelm Tell, after shooting the apple off his son’s head, killed Gessler and founded the Swiss Confederation. In David Boller’s comic Tell – Die Legende Lebt, Tell rises again to mete out justice!
The other night, Marvel’s latest movie opened. The first after Avengers: Age of Ultron and it deals with the publisher’s smallest hero: Ant-Man. Can this hero who is relatively obscure hold his water against the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes?
DC Comics has been playing it safe lately. This time seems to be over. Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman all have had radical changes. And there’s one book flying under the radar that is satire at its finest. That book is Prez.
Today, the first issue of the new ongoing comic bookseries starring Victor Stone alias Cyborg hits shelves. As far as first issues go, there’s much left to be desired.