Lumberjanes #1Writers Grace Ellis and Noelle Stevenson along with artist Brooke A. Allen bring together everything that the comic market is lacking into one excellent comic in the simply wonderful Lumberjanes. Supernatural shenanigans are afoot at the Lumberjanes summer camp and a group of five friends are brave enough to take on the challenge to find out just what that might be.

ComixologySubmitIt’s been another outstanding year for ComiXology’s indie publishing arm Submit. With hundreds of titles published every month, there has never been a better time to publish digitally or get into reading independent digital comics. Not every great comic this year has been published by one of the big three, so in case you missed any of these great titles or would just like to find out where to start, here is our round up of the very Best of ComiXology Submit 2014.

ComixologySubmitThis week’s best of ComiXology Submit features: a feline led journey through the sub-conscious of writer/artist Anne Emond in Debbie’s Inferno; Box Brown’s peculiar geometric take on the world in Number #2; the delightfully trashy Pregnant Bitches of War #1; and a dialogue free existential tale featuring cavemen and tiny lizard creatures in Skye Ogden’s Vowels.

ComixologySubmitThis week’s best of ComiXology Submit features: hipster science fiction in Errol Dynamic #1; super-powered reality TV antics in Good Guys #1; ghostly crime capers in The Ghost Engine; and monstrous werewolves in Who Needs The Moon? #4.

ComixologySubmitThis week’s best of ComiXology Submit features: Watchmen-inspired post-modern superhero action in Scott Reed’s Saga of a Doomed Universe #1; a quaint Nordic travelogue in Thoughts from Iceland #1-3; muscle-bound 90s action in Stephen Platt’s Soul Saga #1-6; and surreal high tech science fiction in Wynter #1-3.

ComixologySubmitThis week’s Best of ComiXology Submit features: John Allison’s trio of student misfits in Giant Days #3; a tale of romance and inanimate objects in Josh Trujillo’s Love Machines #2; surreal cyclical sci-fi in Scooter; and the most bizarre historical bio you’ll ever read in The Unauthorized Biography of Winston Churchill: A Documentary #1.

ComixologySubmitThis week’s round-up of the best of ComiXology Submit features: super powered weather-based science fiction in Brainstorm #1; an eclectic british anthology in Doghouse #5; post-apocalyptic ice hockey hilarity in Hockeypocalypse #3; and spiritual robot super-spies in Sector Four: Season One.

ComixologySubmitThis week’s Best of ComiXology Submit features: dystopian science fiction in Dayglow #1; technicolour anarchy in Death Betty #0; pulp adventure perfection in Doc Unknown volumes 1 and 2; and an enigmatic rag doll carrying hit man in Trenchcoat Samurai #2.

ComixologySubmitThis week’s Best of ComiXology Submit features: existential student art projects in How I Made The World; the surreal and nightmarish Illustrated Girl #1; Sam Eggelston’s taut space thriller Last Breath: Survival Against All Odds; and pulpy monster fighting action in Kevin Gentilcore’s The Haunter #1.

ComixologySubmitThis week’s best of ComiXology Submit features: a Brit sci-fi anthology in 100% Biodegradable volume 4; a drunken bear who goes to war in a home-made tank in The Trials of Francis The Bear; some genuinely unsettling horror tales in the vampire and zombie free The Sleep of Reason; and the a new collected edition of app-based digital comic Upgrade Soul. All of these are available on ComiXology this week.