The latest one shot from the guys at Comichaus sees writer Nick Bryan and Robert Ahmad bring us a genre splicing mix of robots, multi-verses and unprovoked violence
Category: Comic Reviews
We review the newest and best digital comics, from big name titles on platforms like ComiXology to essential indie titles and the latest app-based publishers.
Beneath the fairly unassuming cover of In Waves, is a poignant and heart breaking tale of love and loss that is interspersed with a history of surfing.
Every year Free Comic Book Day rolls around, offering us a host of preview material for various upcoming and already established comic series from many big name publisher. This week, we take a look at the first issue of new sci-Fi series Future, which writer Tom Woodman released for free online to coincide with all […]
Matt Garvey’s new sci-fi horror comic Prey for Us #1, sees a lone survivor from a crashed spaceship trying to locate his crew while being pursued on by an unknown evil.
Lewis Trondheim and Stéphane Oiry give us a French perspective on the classic English murder mystery in this new graphic novel from SelfMadeHero.
She Said Destroy #1 from Vault Comics follows the beginning of a battle between two Gods and their followers. Will this comic be worshipped for all time?
In the aftermath of a successful Kickstarter campaign, we take a look at Conner Bartel and Atagun Ilhan’s horror western series, Grimwood Crossing
Small Press Spotlight: Pup and Grumpicorn, Leaf, The Wedding of Njord and Skadi and Sliced Quarterly Volume 3
Our latest round up of the best of small press features a new collection of Pup and Grumpicorn stories from Gav and Emily Mitchell, Leaf, the latest from Fair Spark Books, Nordic folk tales in The Wedding of Njord and Skadi and Ken Reynolds final volume of Sliced Quarterly. Pup and Grumpicorn (We Are Happy […]
From the minute you see its iconic dinosaur cover from Staz Johnson, you can’t help but be pulled into the gloriously silly world of new comic Brawler, a delightful throwback to the days of classic anthology Warrior.
For his follow up to the award winning Red Rocket Comet Matt Garvey heads into outer space with Untitled Generic Space Comedy #1.