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 […]
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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 […]
It was 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 the new just around the corner, we’ve had a sneak peak at for Avery Hill Publishing in 2019 […]
Our latest round-up of small press comics include: dystopian sci-fi Peace of Mind, Dregs: A Short Story Collection and 1,000 Nightmares.
BHP Comics acquire small press standouts Rolled A One and Dungeon Fun, as well as new international distribution deal
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.
We’re living in a world run by digital assistants, and so it’s inevitable that their ominous presence should make an appearance in sci-fi comics. Writer Alex Paknadel and artist Martin Simmonds have taken things to the extreme in Friendo though, with a malevolent and destructive digital buddy who not only encourages excessive spending but much […]
“There’s none of this tedious posturing and do-gooding you get in most superhero comics” Monty Nero on why Death Sentence: Liberty is not your average capes comic
Monty Nero and Martin Simmonds’ sex, drugs and superpowers series Death Sentence: Liberty is back with a new issue now funding on Kickstarter. We talk to the man behind the mayhem.
An evil skull face villain attempting to take over the universe may sound like a familiar tale from Saturday morning cartoons of our youth, but Steve Gregson and Matt Simmons’ Bastard Galaxia takes some of the more ludicrous ideas from those cartoons and milks them for everything they’re worth in this hilarious webcomic, which is now […]
Small Press Spotlight: Hitsville UK #7, The Little Deaths of Watson Tower, What The Hell Just Happened?!
Our latest round-up of the best of small press sees us check out: the finale of small press cult classic Hitsville UK from John Riordan and Dan Cox; the antics of a group of skeletal teens in a housing estate in The Little Deaths of Watson Tower; and practice a bit of mindfulness with the […]
As you might expect from indie legends like David Hine and Mark Stafford, their new book Lip Hook from SelfMAdeHero, starts off as a fairly traditional crime story, but when Vince and his moll Sofia end up in the foggy village of Lip Hook, things soon begin to take a turn for the darker, involving […]