This month’s indie comics round up takes a look at fantastic series which have been collected into must read trade paperbacks.
Category: Indie Comics
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We look at Heart of Steal #1, Fraser Campbell and Katie Fleming’s futuristic heist comic about three friends on different sides in the midst of a robbery.
For his follow up to Ghosts Etc. George Wylesole delves into the murky world of online adventuring in the late 1990s for this uniquely original read.
A new Tammy and Jinty Special brings back classic 70s titles and is packed full of fantastic female focused stories from some of small press’ biggest names.
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.
From Friendo to These Savage Shores to Test, Vault Comics have been one of our favourite publishers this year, with each and every new title deserving our attention. This time check out Resonant #1, which tells of one young girl’s mission to protect her siblings while their father, Paxton, travels for help in a deadly […]
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, […]