Clishmaclaver – Brechin High Library Blog

May 4, 2017
by Miss Stewart
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New Kingsman Comic Book

If you were a big fan of the 2015 spy caper, Kingsman, you’ll no doubt be looking forward to the imminent release of, Kingsman: Golden Circle. Did you know that Harry and Eggsy’s screen adventures are adapted from a comic, … Continue reading

May 3, 2017
by Miss Stewart
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Book of the Month for May!

Jack’s Back! In honour of the return to our screens – well, Adult Swim anyways – of hunky, heroic cartoon samurai, known only as, Jack, Clishmaclaver has nominated volume 1 of Jim Zub’s graphic novel series, Samurai Jack to be May’s BOTM. 😀 This is … Continue reading

April 28, 2017
by Miss Stewart
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G-G-Get The Getaway!

Just received a flyer from Waterstones to say, Get ready, Book 12 in the phenomenally bestselling Diary of a Wimpy Kid series is coming. The Getaway will be arriving 7th November! 😮 Join Greg on a family holiday he’ll never forget! It … Continue reading

April 24, 2017
by Miss Stewart
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If you love a thing…

Just had to do a big ‘shout out’ for one of our very talented 6th year pupil, Chloe D. As previously posted, Chloe created a wonderful piece of digital art for me based on Marvel’s Hawkeye – Because, Hawkeye! 😉 … Continue reading

April 20, 2017
by Miss Stewart
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6 Gateway Comics for Noobies!

Like the idea of trying a comic but don’t know where to start with this vast, sprawling medium; full of story-arcs and mini runs? 😮 This article from Book Riot’s Booknerdlandia opens a window into some top notch, well-written – … Continue reading

April 20, 2017
by Miss Stewart
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Post-DeeCon PopDundee!

POPDUNDEE exists as a means for Dundee students & young artists to sell & promote their artwork! “We believe presenting these kind of opportunities not only allows the public the chance to purchase local and exclusive artwork, but also gives … Continue reading

April 20, 2017
by Miss Stewart
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Rictus sardonicus..?

The Man Who Laughs , adapted from Victor Hugo’s novel and starring Conrad Veidt, is a horror tragedy released by Universal Studios in 1928. It marks a symbolic passing of the (horror genre) torch, as it incorporates the themes and tropes of German Expressionism and those of what would become the Universal Monster era. Continue reading

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