Joe Glass’ LGBTQ superhero series the Pride gets a new look, a new adventure and a TV style Season 2 now that it’s part of ComiXology’s Originals stable.
Category: Indie Comics
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In the time since we enjoyed the fantastic Gutter Magic, it’s creator Rich Douek has been busy working on licensed titles as well as the odd creator owned ideas – including this one, Road of Bones. Douek is joined by artist Alex Cormack and letterer Justin Birch to bring us the story of one man’s […]
Aliens have always been a long time source of inspiration for comic creators, and with The Signal we take a look at a new entrant to this classic genre.
We take a look at Farhan Qureshi’s political action epic webcomic Digitopia, presented as part of a single issue here depicting a world at war as a city and her populace continued to battle an enemy who have since taken over. Can Qureshi, Piriz and Robins’ new comics declare victory over the hearts and minds […]
We delve once more into the Madius Comics treasure chest in order to check out the third issue of Griff Gristle: the Endless Voyage. Can the ship-shape crew Jones, Sambrook, Donald and Holman continue to keep this series afloat or will it finally sink to Davy Jones’ locker? Publisher: Madius Comics Writer: Rob Jones, Michael […]
oneWe take a look at Deadstar Publishing’s Dexter’s Half Dozen, the labour of love from Jamie Lambert and Kevin Davies which tells the story of what happens when a 60’s war movie unit meets a supernatural horror setting. Can this series blow the competition away or will it end up buried alive? Publisher: Deadstar Publishing […]
Scott Jason Smith’s debut graphic novel Marble Cake from Avery Hill is a curious mix of the mundane and metaphysical.
The Many Not The Few graphic novel looks at key events from the peasants revolt, through to the miners strikes of the 80s and even on to Brexit.
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
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.