Mega City Book Club have this month persuaded Duncan Nimmo to take them slightly off topic as they discuss a book by two of Tharg’s greatest droids. Listen in for madcap mutants, a terrfying monster, and a British super-hero whose heart is in the right place even though his brain sometimes lags behind.
You can download the episode HERE.
You can find Duncan’s work for Futurequake press here, including his recent Judge Anderson strip.
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