Tag Archives: Emma Beeby

Robbie Burns, Witch Hunter

Few comics can seek to rewrite history with such love and devotion as this latest tale by Gordon Rennie and Emma Beeby. Robbie Burns, Witch Hunter┬átakes the idea that the Ploughman’s Poet’s 224-line epic Tam O’Shanter is a retelling of Burns’ own experiences one night in Alloway and runs with it spectacularly. This is a […]

2000AD Prog 1824 Is A Perfect Jumping-On Point

In anthology comics, where storylines are often of varying lengths and titles therefore start and end in different issues, putting together a clear jumping-on point for new readers requires a lot of planning. Prog 1824 shows what happens when all that planning pays off. It is not just a good issue for new readers to start with, it’s a good issue and and of itself.