We have hunted down and collected the whole of Fleetway's Kid Chameleon for our non-profit archive of hard to find comics that you may slightly remember from your childhood. Orginally published in the mighty Sonic The Comic, we have the whole thing, plus extras and a introduction by STC Fanboy, Matt Clarke.
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Can you dig it.... SUCKAH!!!!!!!!!
It's time for another PCC review, this time we look at the beginning of the Decepticons dominance of the PCC line.
Acclaimed composer James Horner, best known for his Oscar-winning score for Titanic, died in a plane crash on Monday, his assistant confirmed. Horner was 61.
Horner composed many scores for many films, not least Titanic and Aliens, and is well know for his work of Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Kahn. His name was one of professionalism, just witness the Aliens making of, where Horner speaks about writing the score to a movie that was still being shot.
Horner scored and wrote many of the films of my generations childhood. Field Of Dreams, Jumanji, Commando, Willow. And yet more. His work lives on, and "Bishop's Countdown" from the afore-mentioned Aliens has appeared in so many trailers and teasers.
This week, the Past Posters Team has gone gaming ga ga! Lots of adverts for 80s and 90s releases, plus two slight teasers for things that are coming up or the Oilhouse.
It was Botcon at the weekend, So listen to Tricky and Stu discuss ALL of the news here!
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This week, The Art Of The Box team have put together the box art from all the 16 bit Sonic The Hedgehog games, shown here left to right in order of European, American and Japanese.
Dance with us yet again as the Oilhausers go head to head!
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The Bard is battening down the hatches in preparation for the eventual release of The Witcher 3. In readiness of this he has embarked on a series of reboxings of earlier Witcher collector's editions beginning right here with the first one. Features an extended look at the art book!