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.
Punchy's column returns for a special focussing on Marvel Comics' big relaunch, all the heavy-hitters are here, Uncanny Avengers, Iron Man, Indestructible Hulk and more!
It's the last TWiP of September, and it's a good one! There's the last lot of DC Zero Issues, a new creator-owned series from Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson, and new instalments from the likes of Winter Soldier, Gambit, Secret Avengers and The Ultimates. As always, click the links to head to a forum thread.
Another round of comics reviews from Punchy, including an incendiary issue of Daredevil, the final instalment of Spider-Men, some more DC Zero Issues and the return of Greg Rucka's Stumptown. Remember to click the links to head to individual forum discussion threads!
It's time for another trip down the comics wormhole with Punchy! There's a lot of X-Books, some more DC Zero Issues and also some Rocketeer. Oh yeah, and this column has finally made the big time! If you pick up The Stand Omnibus from Marvel, you can find a quote from yours truly on the inside flap! How cool is that? Soon I'll be a millionaire and able to stop doing this crap.
It's business as usual for TWiP this week, as Punchy returns with reviews that, while longer than last week's, are still nice and short. There's a lot of exciting stuff here, including the first set of DC Comics Zero Issues, along with new instalments of Venom, Punisher and Ultimate Spider-Man. Plus, the best new book of the year, Hawkeye is back! Yay Hawkeye!
It's a rather truncated edition of TWiP this week (for various reasons, too complicated to explain), so the reviews are even shorter than usual! But rest assured, they are still the same great blend of reactionary opinion and stupid predictions.
Once more unto the breach dear friends, Punchy is back with another bumper collection of excellent comics reviews. Amazing Spider-Man celebrates it's 50th Anniversary, Batman Incorporated is back, Supercrooks reaches it's conclusion and there's a new dawn for The Rocketeer! This is a properly great week of comics.
Beware the Ides of August! Is that a thing? Is March the only month with an Ides? Answers on a postcard! But don't beware this week's edition of TWiP which is full to the brim with great comics being lazily discussed. There's 4 Avengers books, 2 Green Lantern books and 3 X-Men books. Who says there's no variety in comics! Although to be fair, I am counting Avengers Vs X-Men #10 twice. But there's also non-franchisey stuff, like Fatale, Saga, Saucer Country and a very special issue of Daredevil.
Hey look, the date makes sense in both British and American formats! Hooray for the 8th day of the 8th month! This week is a real humdinger, with so many good comics up for review, there's Rick Remender's last issue of Venom, the start of an epic Thor event, a new Gambit series, a double-helping of Becky Cloonan on Batman and Conan and more insanity from Punk Rock Jesus.
The first TWiP of August is here, and it's a Summer Spectacular! There's a new start for Hawkeye, 3 different varieties of Spider-Man, the first chapters of 'Rotworld' and we bid a fond farewell to both iZombie and Justice League International.
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