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Niam Suggitt

Niam Suggitt, Punchy to his friends, is the most humblest of all the Outhouse writers.  His easy going manner and ability to see and recognize the point of views of those who he disagrees with has made him one of the most sought after members of our community to resolve conflicts.  Although he likes all of you, and considers everyone to be his friend, Punchy would prefer you use “Niam Suggitt” when quoting him for the front cover blurb on your book.  Follow this wonder of a man at @NiamSuggitt, if you want to, he’s cool with you either way.

 

CLiNT #1 Review

Mark Millar's new Brit-Comic venture started this week, is it a revolution? Or is it pants?

Brightest Day: The Atom Special Review

DC's smallest hero returns in the hands of Jeff Lemire. Leave your Ryan Choi rants at the door, and let Ray Palmer into your heart.

Superman #700 Review

Superman reaches an important milestone. So why is this book mainly about Robin?

PunisherMax #8 Review

It's the Punisher Vs. Bullseye Vs. Kingpin in the latest issue of Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon's run. Trust me, you don't want to miss this.

Atlas #1 Review

Marvel's strangest collection of oddballs are back with a new #1 and the return of 3-D Man! Hot stuff.

Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine #1 Review

Marvel's two biggest stars are together again for a new mini from Jason Aaron and Adam Kubert. Is it Amazing? Spectacular? Sensational? No way man, it's Astonishing!

Ultimate Comics Avengers 2 #1 Review

Mark Millar and Leinil Francis Yu kick off the 2nd Ultimate Avengers story arc, but it's more of a Punisher story really.

Iron Man 2 Movie Review

The squeakquel to Iron Man is out in the UK right now. Suck it America! I suppose I could give you a review, if you really want it....

Iron Man: Legacy #1 Review

Iron Man's 2nd ongoing series launched this week, but does it reach the character's recent high standards?

Turf #1 Review

British Telly personality Jonathan Ross turns his hand to comics, with a tale of Vampiric gangsters. But is it any good?