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Of all the writers working at Black Library, few have been so long established and acclaimed as Dan Abnett. While by no means the sole talented writer producing work for the grim darkness of the far future, between Eisenhorn, Gaunt’s Ghosts, Titanicus, Bothers of the Snake and others, his impact is undeniable. If there was any person who has proven themselves many times over when it comes to handling the Inquisition and stories of downfalls, it’s Abnett, which makes the failings of Inquisitor Ascendant all the more baffling.


The comic follows the events on Nicodemus as Inquisitor Defay and his Interrogator Gravier are dispatched to investigate potential Chaos infestations. Soon after his arrival, Defay discovers that the Chaotic infestations run far deeper than anyone would have ever realised.

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The Hellbound heart is a 1986 novel by british person Clive.

The plot is, that bored sociopath Frank opens up a portal to the dimension of pain, in order to have a chat with the people who populate it.

He is greeted with the S&M elves, and brought to their dimension.

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Hercule Poirot joins forces with three other detectives to solve a daring murder in Cards on the Table, a brilliant novel by Dame Agatha Christie.

Poirot made his debut in Agatha Christie's first published novel The Mysterious Affair at Styles, which was written in 1916 but didn't see print until 1920.  A former Belgian policeman with a reputation for his crime-solving abilities, Poirot emigrated to England during World War I as a war refugee.  He established a private detective business and would spend the next few decades solving crimes around the world across 33 novels and over 50 short stories (Cards on the Table was the 20th Poirot novel).  His final literary appearance (sorta) was in the novel Curtain (1975), in which the great detective passed away.  The New York Times went so far as to write an obituary for Poirot, the only fictional character they've ever done this for.  (Sophie Hannah has written a new Poirot novel, The Monogram Murders, which was released just a couple of weeks ago, but I haven't read it yet.)


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Ben Hur is an 1880 novel by a general in the Union army.

It is basically "The Count of Monte Cristo" with Jesus Christ tacked on for good measure.

It begins with a *very* lengthy meeting of the three wiseguys somewhere in the desert.  They then go and check out the new born Messias.

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Even years on from its inception, the Star Trek reboot has been extremely divisive among fans. While most seem willing to accept the idea of a reboot given how the universe was handled, the often plot hole ridden scripts with a focus on action over substance have caused eyebrows to be raised. It's hardly without reason either. Praise what you will about Into Darkness, but even the most ardent fan would have a very hard time arguing that they beat the likes of The Inner Light or Tapestry when it comes to human exploration or handling weighty themes. 


Some fans have been hungering for a return to the old universe, and now it looks like they will be given that chance in Star Trek: Axanar. Crowd funded via kickstarter, Axanar is a fan film following the original war between the Federation and Klingon Empire, and is backed by a surprisingly talented cast of actors. With fairly solid CGI and the promise to show what the new films have been progressing towards from the style of the older franchise, yet at the same time showing a part of the universe we have not seen before. Even before it has been released however, the creative team behind the film opted to release a short film building up to the conflict, the battle upon which hinged the future of both sides.


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