We discovered the wonderful world of Jenny Clements’ webcomic Mias and Elle back at True Believers in February, and we were instantly drawn in by it’s bickering lead characters – the goody two shoes Elle and the despicably rogue-ish Mias who kidnaps her and takes her on an incredible journey. To find out more we […]
Category: Comics Interviews
We interview the biggest names in indie and small press comics about their latest work, their inspirations and what they can recommend to up and coming creators.
For his follow up to the critically acclaimed How To Survive In The North, artist Luke Healy has teamed up with the excellent Avery Hill to produce a collection of three stories abot communication and miscommunication which bridge together to from one over arching graphic novel. We catch up with Luke to find out more […]
“No-one gives form to that un-nameable existential horror that lies inside all of us like he can” Fraser Campbell talks psycho noir horrror The Edge Off and working with artist Iain Laurie
Scottish small press superstars, Fraser Campbell and Iain Laurie are set to blow people’s mind with their new collaboration – The Edge Off, which is now funding on Kickstarter. It reads like the bastard lovechild of William Burroughs and Shaky Kane, brought up on a diet of Charles Bronson movies, and is a surreal, psychedelic […]
“I always rooted for gutsy female leads” George Lennox and Russell Mark Olson talk Lady Hollywood, 80s LA noir and hard boiled detective fiction!
After discovering the vintage sci-fi brilliance of Gateway City at this year’s True Believers, we were even more ecstatic to discover artist Russell Mark Olson has also been turning his hand to the 80s LA noir of Cult Empire’s new series Lady Hollywood. As it entices new readers in via Kickstarter thanks to it’s neon colours […]
“I really feel that we’ve taken it up another level this year and 2018 is our biggest convention yet” Dan Mallier on what to look forward to at this year’s Leamington Comic Con 2018
This weekend see the return of the fantastic Leamington Comic Con, one of the countries best small comic cons with an emphasis on comics and small press at it’s heart. With this year’s event seeing appearances from 2000 AD legend John Wagner and Marvel writer Al Ewing as well as the best of small press […]
“Most comic readers are heavily into sci-fi and a large proportion of them hate football.” John Wagner on the perils of creating the worlds first alien football comic with Rok of The Reds
“Most comic readers are heavily into sci-fi and a large proportion of them hate football.” John Wagner on worlds first alien football comic Rok of The Reds
“A lot of people don’t realise how influential Lovecraft was until they start reading his works” Lyndon White on the The Call of Cthulu, The Mind of James Svengal, and more!
It takes a lot to stand out from the crowd in the world of indie horror comics, but one artist who is really starting to make waves for himself is Lyndon White. Whether it is via his creator owned work like The Mind of James Svengla, or the recent Mandy The Monster Hunter series The […]
“All time travel in fiction is bonkers and doesn’t really make much sense!” Luke James Halsall and Cuttlefish talk Out Of Time
Luke James Halsall and Cuttlefish’s hilarious time-travel comic Out Of Time appeared to us out of nowhere at the tail end of last year, but with it only being available at Thought Bubble we’ve not been able to shout about it – until now that is. With a digital (and upcoming print) release from the […]
“I’ve always loved the silver age, and I’ve always wanted to create my own take on it” Andy W Clift talks all-ages family space adventures in Captain Cosmic
The last time we saw Andy W Clift’s work on show was in the blood-soaked pages of Mike Garley’s Samurai Slasher, so were a little bit surprised when we heard his newest book was an all-ages sci-fi adventure about a father and daughter superhero family in space called Captain Cosmic. Released via the Comichaus app, […]
“It was the Viking landscape, the barren ice and waves, that brought the tone of this story together” Ryan K Lindsay talks viking shield maidens in Eternal
Writer Ryan K Lindsay is never one to rest on his laurels when it comes to story genres. Having brought the world ‘antler noir’ in Deer Editor, surf noir in Chum as well as psychedelic sci-fi and all ages adventure in Stain The Seas Scarlet and Ink Island respectively, he is now embracing the world of […]