Featuring Hulk and The Subways on two collectable covers, issue 12 is our largest yet at 94 pages with reviews and features across music, film, art and games.
Ahead of their second album, we chat to The Subways about overcoming a world of difficulties to write and record their second album and track down Cazals to find out more about the band behind a glorious debut album. Alongside Cazals’ ‘What Of Our Future’ we also review new LP’s from Death Cab For Cutie, Cage The Elephant, The Pigeon Detectives and The Ting Tings.
This month we’ve been back at some live shows with a huge live blowout with a feature spread including the likes of Boy Kill Boy, Cage The Elephant, The Subways, Eastern Conference Champions and The Answering Machine.
Due in cinemas on June 13th, we preview The Incredible Hulk, the latest comic book adaptation attempting to do its wonderful source material justice. We’ve also got reviews of the new Indiana Jones film, Superhero Movie, The Ruins, Iron Man and Speed Racer.
We’re delighted to be featuring Tim Melideo’s glorious ‘Death On Prom Night’ photography spread in our art section, and lastly for gamers, celebrating the release of the wonderful Grand Theft Auto IV, we’ve got a multi-page spread on what is almost the perfect game and also review the Death Jr.: Root of Evil on Wii.
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