This issue gives us an interesting premise revolving around an estranged royal family as well as looking very polished in terms of it's clean digital look. ??Taking up an estimated 15% of the comic market share in 2013 (according to both Image Comics and 2000ad) digital comics are taking over. They are definitely helped on this one by the superb art of Jim Lavery who gives the whole book a Jamie Hewlett Tank Girl kind of vibe with bags of energy and great clean lines.
Yet there are also ways in which he is not a perfect fit for either Chelsea or United which, in turn, reflects on issues with their identity and warped senses of priorities at both. And having lived in the countryside for over a decade, Nik knows what she's talking about when it comes to British blooms. Last year the Mayor set up the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC), chaired by deputy mayor Sir Eddie Lister, to manage the project.
Old love letters and the backs of vintage postcards translate into fabulous wallpaper designs, such as the one shown here. ??Please not that additional terms and conditions may apply and will be mentioned on the competition page. There's something delightfully exhilarating about pitching up outdoors, surrounded by spectacular countryside – rustic rest and relaxation in its finest form.