And so here it is! We finally reveal the 10 best indie and small press comics of 2017 and they really are an incredibly diverse and exciting bunch! Please notr these are listed in alphabetical order, and it is now up to the reader’s of the site to vote on which comic they think is the best. And that comic will be declared Pipedream Comics’ Indie & Small Press Comic of the Year 2017. You can have your say here! Voting ends midnight Wednesday 12th December.

We continue our rundown of the best indie and small press comics of 2017 with all-ages luchadoras, time-travelling office workers, gonzo super villains, exploding plants, and a theme park full of ghosts,

As we continue of rundown of the best indie and small press comics of the year we are blasted into space, get caught up in an unlikely election and meet a giant rabbit.

It’s been another amazing year for independent and small press comics, and so picking our favourites from the year has not been an easy task. It has meant missing out some big hitters from previous years line-ups, but this is a reflection of the calibre and quality of books we have discovered this year, many of which were from first time creators dipping their toe in the world of self publishing for the first time!

Fancy winning £2,000 for your comic? Well the fine folk over at Laydeez Do Comics have announced a new female only graphic novel prize, which is the first of it’s kind in the UK. It’s all part of their mission to recognise and celebrate the wealth of comic being produced by female-identifying people in the UK and looks set to be a fantastic springboard for any aspiring comic creators who enter. Not only do you win a cash prize, but you also get your work critiqued by a panel of comic experts!

The current world of global politics can often feel like they are the plots of an outlandish comic book. Which is great for those creating polically themed comic books as they can use it for inspiration. Two great example of this are R. Sikoryak’s Unquitable Trump which transposes the presdient tweets on to superhero covers. And just when you thought things couldn’t get worse, the guys from Man Vs Rock are back with their own take on things with UnPresidential!

When it comes to eagerly anticipated indie books, then top of the list of titles we could not wait to read in 2017 has to be Porcelain: Ivory Tower from Improper Books. The sequel to Benjamin Read and Christian Wildgoose’s epic steampunk fantasy, it made it’s tentative debut at this year’s Lakes festival but is set to hit stores on October 25th. We take a sneak peak at what’s in store…