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In this second issue, our trusty heroes venture into rural England – or as they know it, home. But when someone starts using dangerous dark magic, they spring into action only to face a surprising and unassuming enemy. Can they take down a powerful magical enemy and still make it home for supper? 
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England really is laid back. 0

Knight and Squire goes after a cult.   Pros:  Things around the U.K are quite laid back than in America. I mean, you don't expect a villain to be walking around broad daylight asking where vigilantes are at and being turned down by civilians. That sort of thing could get you killed in America, or anywhere else at that matter. Paul Cornell's writing may have a part in this way of society, but it's interesting to see the small town of where Beryl and Cyril live. Instead of tackling a regular vil...

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Review: Knight & Squire #2 0

The Knight and Squire's search for a local supervillain runs them afoul a gang of militant, oculist Morris men.  The Good There's an undeniable charm to seeing these familiar superhero tropes recast in the quaint setting of suburban England, with so many of the seemingly Earth-threatening menaces this duo faces turning out to be tempests in teapots. Like a classic BBC comedy special, you can follow and enjoy this even when you aren't always laughing out loud or completely following what's going...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

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Knight and Squire have a playful romp through the English countryside only to end up solving a mystery at Stone Henge.  The Good I'm REALLY conflicted about this book. Overall, it's a lot of fun, has a good spirit, and the art fits so well with the writing. It is humorous, but I never laughed out loud or chuckled. It has a very British sense of humor about it. I do really love the fact that books are coming out based on these little sub-worlds Grant Morrison set up in his Batman run. It's a...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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