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Trapped in the Maze of his own subconscious

Advantages: Beautiful, photo-realistic artwork by Arthur Ranson, Thrilling Fantasy stories
Disadvantages: Feels too short, could have been continued in more volumes perhaps

This collected edition of the Mazeworld stories contains all three volumes of the saga, originally published in 2000AD. The book was reprinted due to massive fan support on 2000AD's website, which prompted their publisher, Rebellion, to release this premi ...

SpiderJamb 14.06.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Mazeworld - Alan Grant

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Absolute Havoc

Advantages: sweet as a marshmallow, but the plot still has substance. beautiful art
Disadvantages: a bit predictable, story arc not complete for 4 more volumes

In this sequel, 16 year old Riiko Izawa finds herself still short of the cash she needs to pay for Night, the android boyfriend she accidentally ordered over the internet while thinking she was playing a game. The deal she has worked out whereby she takes ...

Shroud 15.05.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Absolute Boyfriend - Yuu Watase

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Will the Red String of Fate Break?

Advantages: well developed and personally engaging story with three dimensional characters and eye catching ar
Disadvantages: not for the shy or the underaged

Having overcome the trials and tribulations encountered in volume 1, everything at first seems like it will all be going Kei and Ranmaru's way. But the gods have a way of laughing ingraciously at people who settle anywhere near a peaceful outlook. With Ra ...

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Review of Kizuna Volume 2 Deluxe Edition - Kazuma Kodaka

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The Strange Case of Katie Price & Jordan

Advantages: Interesting, raises some questions
Disadvantages: Long winded, predictable, doesn't live up to the hype

The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde was first published in 1886, and is surprisingly short for such an acclaimed book - it has only 88 pages! I read it in school as part of my English Literature coursework and I was expecting it to be pretty good - ...

JessL 02.04.2004 · Read full review
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Review of The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde - Robert Louis Stevenson

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The Werewolf Cometh

Advantages: Stunningly constructed, shockingly paced, truly chilling, socially challenging... rarely does horror fiction achieve so many of its possibilities in one work.
Disadvantages: None whatsoever that I can think of.

Of all the horror classics, those novels such as 'Dracula', Frankenstein', and 'The Turn of the Screw' which helped to shape and define the genre prior to this century, 'The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde' is perhaps the most powerful I can recommend ...

RichardW 20.02.2001 · Read full review
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Review of The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde - Robert Louis Stevenson

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