All in all, Star Trek: Countdown to Darkness justifies its existence and does actually enhance the overall Into Darkness experience. Which, I guess, automatically places it a notch above almost every other TV/movie tie-in I’ve read in recent years.
The folks at Titan Books have been kind enough to supply Shelf Abuse with an extract from Freda Warrington’s rare short story ‘And Their Blood Will Be Prescient to Fire,’ set within the universe of the Blood Books.
Angry Birds: Hatching a Universe is a fun yet surprisingly substantial examination of the mobile gaming phenomenon.
A follow-up of sorts to the Path of the Jedi, this metafictional journal offers us a glimpse into the philosophy and rituals of Star Wars’ misrepresented pariahs.
David Miller’s Peter Cushing: A Life in Film is the definitive account of Cushing’s remarkable career published to coincide with the centenary of his birth.
2011, Icon Comics/Titan Books Script: Mark Millar Art: Steve McNiven Colours: Dave McCaig The Mark Millar hype train continues with Nemesis, a series which turns the Batman mythos on its head and supposes that an orphaned billionaire with revenge issues uses his wealth to become the fastest, fittest, smartest costumed villain in the world. At […]