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The latest book from High Crimes’ Christopher Sebela is a cyberpunk mystery that follows a technologically altered young woman on a search for meaning in the mysterious town of Laurelwood.
Vanni, is a powerful new graphic novel that looks at the civil war in Sri Lanka, that occured in the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami.
We take a look at the highly imaginative and unconventional, The Boy With Nails For Eyes from Shaun Gardiner.
This new collection from Avery Hill brings together the first 3 volumes of Alabaster Pizzo’s acclaimed self published series, Mimi and the Wolves.
Comixology, long since considered the premier source for digital comics, even with the invention of the Unlimited and Comichaus subscriptions, recently celebrated a year since their announcement to begin publishing their own comics line, Comixology Originals. Now, with the recent release of their second wave which include Joe Glass’ the Pride and Andy Diggle’s Promethee, […]
When it comes to books about religion, there tends to be two main camps – there are the more reverential and faithful like the Word for Word Bible Comics, or there are those which look to satire, skewer and generally dissect religion, like say, American Gods or Preacher. And so somewhere in between these camps, […]
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Comic book printers Mixam launch into US and offer UK creators an easy way to release books overseas
Mixam, the UK based print company have extended their operations overseas, looking to break into the US comic scene, while also providing UK comic creators with easy access to this lucrative market. Related posts: Thrillbent release awesome trailer for launch of Tim Gibson’s Moth City “Why should people come to our convention – because we’re […]
This weekend we heady to the sunny south coast and the Portsmouth International Comic Convention. A joint venture put on my Tripwire and the Portsmouth Guildhall this two day event had it all, from comics to cosplay to TV and film and more. Set it the truly spectacular Portsmouth Guidhall, we arrived at the Portsmouth […]
This weekend we’ll be heading to the south coast, and the Portsmouth Independent Comic Convention. Situated in the city’s historic Guildhall it claims to be the largest convention on the south coast, and will feature the usual mix of guest panels, signings, showcases, competitions, cosplay, special events and merchandise. While the show’s main focus will […]
Cardiff Comics Carnival took place under glorious Welsh sunshine in the heart of the capital at 10 Feet Tall on Sunday 24th March. The event was launched by a local group of comics’ creators including Ioan Morris and Josh Hicks along with fellow Cardiffian and local musician Andrew Rhys Lewis. With no Cardiff Comics Expo […]
Part of the Laydeez Day Festival, the Laydeez Do Comics Award 2019 is given to the best graphic novel in progress by a female identifying UK-based creator.
New thrill-packed issue of ComicScene magazine now available