Moon: The Bad Men um… Approacheth

A hero is nothing without his enemies. Where would Batman be without the disruptive influence of the Joker? Where would Superman be without the evil machinations of Lex Luthor? Where would Flight of the Conchords be without the Australian Embassy and Racist stall holders?

Now you’ve already met Agent Seven in Issue 1 of Moon but who is the shadowy puppet master pulling the strings behind the scenes? In Issue 2 we’ll meet a nemesis the likes of which Moon has never dealt. At the end of it vengeful soul from Man’s past will appear. In Issue 3 the main threat to the British Isles will be revealed. And then the true rivals will appear.

We realised early on that Moon is going to need to have a rough old time and by jove, that’s what’s happening. A whole host of enemies of innumerate shapes and various threats wait in the shadows. Moon is only as good as the threats he faces and we promise he’s going to get his arse booted about all over the shop.

Tally-ho for bad times ahead.

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The Extraordinary Tales of Monsieur Poppaleux #10 – Nemesis

In 1993, famous author and spring onion connoisseur, Dr Jean-François Bacharach created a series of books for children. The aim of the project was to use state of the art digital technology to educate and inform on a wide range of topics from maths and theology to poetry and tennis. Using pioneering clip-art techniques, he produced a staggering portfolio of work that continues to be widely distributed in schools across the world and Belgium. Sadly DrBacharach himself was eventually imprisoned due to his being ahead of his time and because he killed a quite staggering number of cats. However his work lives on here at the Bunker! We have secured the entirety of Dr Bacharach’s monumental work and now present it to you. C’est formidable!