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Author:  Paul Woodward [ Tue Jun 26, 2012 7:20 pm ]
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The cover looks very Gotham, like the Joker to me.
But on a more serious note I have recently found a pristine copy (unbelievably unread) of TTA #23 from the year two thousand and I am reading it at last. It is significantly larger than the present Black Static with heavier paper and B & W inside.
The new one a bit smaller but larger type and more pages should be good.
I am going to the island in July so I will miss the new BS which is a shame because I was hoping to take it for holiday reading.

Author:  Paul Woodward [ Thu Jun 28, 2012 8:31 am ]
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Furthermore does this mean we are bucking the trend against authority / austerity? More more more ... [-X

Author:  Lawrence Conquest [ Sat Jun 30, 2012 2:49 am ]
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maggieloveshopey wrote:
Probably in the wrong forum, but I have thought for a while now that Nick Lowe's film reviews are the only ones needed in IZ. The Laser Fodder reviews are often stuff that seems to me to fit better in BS anyway, and I don't think I've ever come across a hidden gem in the sea of B Movie dross that fills it each issue (not a criticism of the reviews themselves, just an observation that they often draw attention to bad directing, performances, scripts etc. Believe me, if Laser Fodder was unearthing quality B movies like Trancers or Miracle Movie, it'd be the first thing I read every time!). And, let's be honest, if you have space concerns, two pages on the Six Million Dollar Man in the latest issue is madness....


Hmm - I dunno. If 'Black Static' is a horror magazine, does it really need reviews of things like 'The Six Million Dollar Man' anyway?

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