The Ninth Eight

The Forecast for April 19th 2006
17th April 2006
The Doctor is in as Panini marks the return of you-know-WHO, Brian Wood directs you to the left of the coach for THE TOURIST, and we take a trip back in time to the decade taste forgot with SUPERMAN.

The Forecast for April 12th 2006
10th April 2006
Desolation. Abandonment. Existential angst. Continuity. They're not the new horsemen of the Apocalypse; they're this week's pick of comic highlights, featuring works by Warren Ellis, Becky Cloonan and Brian Wood, and a freebie from PlanetLar.

The Forecast for April 5th 2006
3rd April 2006
Music, the moon, and sodomy. It's a typical date night at the comic store this week, with Marvel's new MOON KNIGHT, Keiko Yamada's music manga VS, and the complete hardcover ALIAS OMNIBUS.

The Forecast for March 29th 2006
27th March 2006
Just don't call it a superhero, as AdHouse Books launches SUPERIOR SHOWCASE. Tara Chase comes in from the cold, there's a new BLUE BEETLE in town, and LADY CONSTANTINE is in a spin.

The Forecast for March 22nd 2006
20th March 2006
The Forecast team throw the spotlight on Marvel with a look at Brubaker on DAREDEVIL, Deodato on NEW AVENGERS, and the beginning and end of the mutant era. Plus, Conan tells Ninth Art what is best. Exclusive!

The Forecast for March 15th 2006
13th March 2006
It's a week for retro kitsch as Marvel unleashes ESSENTIAL GODZILLA on an unsuspecting world and DC reintroduces Superman's pal Jimmy Olsen. Plus, prepare for interstellar hi-jinks with Marvel's new cosmic event.

The Forecast for March 8th 2006
6th March 2006
Get chaste at the comic store as Steven Seagle unveils AMERICAN VIRGIN. Marvel is in the family way with Joe Casey's retro FF, The Comics Journal revisits a forgotten era, and British readers get a chance to see Alan Moore in their front rooms.

The Forecast for March 1st 2006
27th February 2006
Garth Ennis goes commando with his second volume of WAR STORIES, the Hanuka brothers do the double at Alternative, and the New Universe makes a comeback because you demanded it. Well, because you remember it. Vaguely.

The Forecast for February 22nd 2006
20th February 2006
We tell you to pick up the Belle & Sebastian anthology, and they tell you to put it back. Amid this indecision, Whedon and Cassaday astonish once more, Moon Knight shows you his essentials, and Spider-Man gets European.

The Forecast for February 15th 2006
13th February 2006
Get lost with THE LOSERS one last time this week, take a look back on ETERNITY with Morrison and Fegredo, see the future, courtesy of Paul Pope, and hit the road with Brian Vaughan's RUNAWAYS.

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