We take an early glimpse at Dave Chisholm’s Canopus, about a woman trapped on a distant planet as she tries to figure out why she’s there and how to escape.
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This book starts as it means to go on, with a frenetic and outrageous outburst from it’s main character, then it barely lets up as Captain Lyla Gryffen lives up to the title of Galaxy’s Most Wanted!
From the minute we saw the spectacular cover for Curtis Clow and Pius Bak’s Slightly Exagerated we had the feeling this was going to be a rather special book. However now we have had the chance to read the whole thing was that expectation justified?
Eve of Extinction is an end of the world style tale where a troubled family must fight to survive when a strange type of rain turn all the men into disfigured, rage filled monsters.
As we continue our look at TKO Studios second wave of comic series which were recently released, we focus our attention this round on the first issue of Pound for Pound, an action/revenge comic which sees an underground women’s fighter launch an assault on a criminal Kingpin in order to save her sister. Can Pound […]
Continuing our focus on the brand new wave of titles from (relatively) new kids on the block TKO studios, this time we check out the first issue of crime caper The Banks, which tells the story of a family of all-female thieves as told by an all female team of superstar creators including Roxane Gay, […]
The stand out title from TKO Studios second wave of title sees superstar creators Jeff Lemire and Gabriel Walta stranded in space.
With Thought Bubble now in our collective rear view mirror, it’s time for the fun task of reading through all of the new comics we picked up. However, while new is always better (as Barney Stinson would say), we often forget about some of the great comics which we have seen at cons for many […]
Family groups are a firm fixture in the world of comics, we check out the latest to join the clan in family focused science/horror/adventure mashup, The Family Graves.
It’s a bumper week for new books launching at this weekend’s Thought Bubble and here are some more fantastic small press reads. Featuring psychedelic sleuths, intergalactic adventurers and archaeological rodents.