What was the best indie or small press comic of 2018?
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It was no easy task whittling down our list of the best 50 indie and small press comics, and as proof of just how hard, here are the 50 comics that didn’t quite make the grade, but many of which were reviewed on the site this year! And there are a few which we didn’t get round to, but which were equally deserving of a mention!

It’s that time at last! We’ve whittled down the contenders from a long list of over 100 to this final 10 who represent the very best in indie and small press publishing in 2018. There’s superheroes, science-fiction, slice of life, humour, horror, pirates, gangsters and even family holidays! But which is the best? That’s up to you to decide. So read through our pick of our favourite books of the year, but only you can choose the winner.
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As we close in on the top 10 for Indie and Small Press Comic of the Year 2018 we have a motley bunch of books that include skeletal villains, sweary superheros, 60s spaceships, fantasy adventures, flawed writers, bawdy tales and giant space cathedrals!

We countdown of the best indie and small press comics of year continues our journey to finding out the Indie Comic of the Year 2018. This time we look at Victorian superheros, caffeine addicted journalists, retro bad girls, warrior sword maidens, South American drug mules and demonic theme parks.

We continue our rundown of the best indie and small press comics of 2018 ahead of our indie comic of the year 2018 with a supernatural murder mystery, a sit com in a time travel company, roller blading couriers, Celtic bog monsters, the worlds baldest man and a man shaped worm – or is it a worm shaped man?!

It’s that time of year again where we begin to rundown the best indie and small press comics in time for our Indie Comic Of The Year poll. We start with a demonic superhero, a dystopian hi-tech future, the most action-packed comic of the year and the finale of a small press stalwart. As well as some exciting debuts and the return of some old friends.

It’s been an incredibly strong year for Avery Hill Publishing in 2018, with critically acclaimed books like Follow Me In, The Great North Wood and On A Sunbeam joining their already stellar line up on titles. With 2019 just around the corner, we’ve had a sneak peak at some of the books scheduled for release in the new year and it looks set to continue their strong pedigree of interesting and exciting titles from new creators as well as new work from some familiar names.

Having made a name for themselves with books like Rok of The Reds, Killtopia, Freedom Bound and Full Colour, Scottish indie publishers BHP Comics are set to have an even more exciting 2019 thanks to acquiring the rights to publish two of our favourite small press titles along with a new international publishing deals.