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.
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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, […]
Whether it be Riverdale, Buffy the Vampire Slayer or even One Tree Hill, the school setting has long been a favourite setting for comics. With the school term ending, what better time to enrol in a new series as we check out Mike Shea and Ryan Mendoza’s Miskatonic High, a supernatural adventure/thriller series which sees […]
We sometimes get accused of only covering the first issues of certain series, so here is a quick looks at some favourite recent #2s. Wolverton: Thief of Impossible Objects #2 (Wolverton Comics) Gentlemen thief and collector of impossible objects, Wolverton is back, and this time he is eyeing up the cursed mysterious hope diamond. But […]
We take a look at Deiciders #1, a recent release from the ever reliable Markosia Comics which follows three seasoned Viking Warriors as they face off against a Wolf-like God. Can this title reach the Valhalla-level heights of greatness or is that a trick that not even the God of Mischief can help it with? […]
It feels like Creator-owned comics from Rich Douek are like buses; you wait forever for one and then two come along in quick succession. After our previous look at Road of Bones, we now turn our attention to Wailing Blade #1, where Douek reunites with Scam artist Joe Mulvey to tell a tale of a […]
Having discovered his work via the crime/horror Mountainhead, we decided to delve head long in to the dark and disturbing world of John Lees’ SICBA award winning series Sink. This gloriously depraved series of tales set in a Glasgow council estate is a stomach churning mix of horror, crime and comedy and creates one of […]