ALL-NEW X-MEN #36
BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS (W) • MAHMUD ASRAR (A/C)
• The Ultimate face-off you KNEW was bound to happen! All-New X-Men versus the Ultimate X-Men! But when both side are heroes, who can be the victor? And what side does this leave Miles Morales, the Ultimate Spider-Man on?
32 PGS./Rated T …$3.99
"all new learning looks at first
New chvrches tour poster (though just realised this isn’t the final text). On sale at the shows listed and from me later in the year!
Quack quack. New friend spotted.
Review: Yellowcard - Lift A Sail
Lift A Sail is the ninth studio album from pop-punk pioneers Yellowcard. The most melodic release of the band’s career, it seems they’re beginning to experiment more with their sound, and I can guarantee I’m not the only one who’s liking the direction they’re taking.
The album begins with the Sean Mackin’s violin taking center-stage on “Convocation”. It’s a beautiful intro and allows you to picture what the album’s title is all about. It’s followed by the loud and in-your-face “Transmission Home”. The transition between the two tracks is a little abrupt, but the journey taken throughout its four and a half minutes make that easily forgettable.
i will send a transmission home to say that i’ve been out here too long alone and i want to come down now.