porcelain-ivory-towerOne of our most anticipated books of 2017, is set to be the follow up to 2015’s outstanding Porcelain: Bone China from Improper Books. Set to be released next summer, Benjamin Read and Chris Wildgoose’s Porcelain: Ivory Tower will pick up the story of Lady 10 years after the events of Bone China and will see Lady become a Mother. But if you can’t wait until next year to see what’s in store, you can check out a fantastic 12 page preview which you can find here.

Aces WeeklyDavid Lloyd’s Aces Weekly is celebrating it’s 4th anniversary, and that means it is set to release an incredible 25th volume of the award winning digital art comic. They’ve have a landmark year this year and we will have an exclusive interview with David looking back at the first 24 volumes in the next issue of The Pull List, but for now have a look at some of the amazing comics in Aces Weekly volume 25 available now at www.acesweekly.co.uk. We also have some quotes from David himself about them…

EIR coverWe’ve an exclusive first look at the new Kickstarter coming your way from Ryan K Lindsay, the brains behind Deer Editor and Chum, not to mention the undisputed ‘The King of Indie Comics Kickstarters’! Ryan’s new all-ages sci-fi comic EIR is coming to Kickstarter in November with artwork from Alfie Gallagher, Triona Farrell and Ryan Ferrier and as with all his Kickstarters, pledges begin at $1 so you’d be a fool not to get involved. Watch the teaser trailer below!

Shrewsbury Comic FestivalWe’re in the middle of convention series and one of the most interesting sounding (and potentially under-rated) events on the calendar is this weekend’s Shrewsbury International Comic Festival. Very much a ‘festival’ of comics in the vein of the Lakes or Thought Bubble, rather than another ‘Con’ it has a line up of international and UK guests and an approach of celebrating comics that may make it one of the best events of the year. Olly MacNamee takes a look at what’s going on.

FLINTLOCK#1 PREVIEW coverWith a successfully funded Kickstarter campaign behind him, Steve Tanner, Flintlock writer and Time Bomb Comics’ Godfatherly figure, has kindly offered us here at Pipedream Comics a first look at this debut issue. The comic itself intends to create a shared universe of characters set in the 18th century and will span the entire century as the stories progress and unfold.

Amazing Spiderman and SilkSpider-Man and Silk aren’t necessarily getting along right now, but that won’t stop them from having to work together when they’re accidentally thrown back in time to just before they got their powers! Experience their adventure in all the glory of Marvel’s Infinite format as we take a fantastic first look at The Amazing Spider-Man & Silk: The Spider(Fly) Effect #1 out today!

Aces WeeklyFans of David Lloyd’s multi-award-winning web comic  and weekly comic art anthology are in for a treat this week with the debut of Aves Weekly volume 18. With it’s usual mix of the best talent from around the globe, we’ve got an exclusive first look at this month’s episodes with comments from the publisher himself. Aces Weekly volume 18 will be available from September 7th at www.acesweekly.co.uk.

RAD#1.CoverHot off the heels of winning our App of the Year and Digital Comic of the Year polls, we’ve been given a fantastic first look at the new Madefire motion book RAD #1 from Josh Wilkie and Evan Limberger. A rare albino dolphin turned Navy science project with a cybernetic weaponized body and thirst for justice! You can watch the whole first episode below…

sequntialHot on the heels of the partnership with Dark Horse Comics, Sequential – The Digital  Graphic Novel app publisher have released a raft of new titles including the latest volume of the Hernandez’ Brother’s extraordinary Love and Rockets and Lucy Knisley’s Displacement A Travelogue, as well as Mike Mignola’s classic Hellboy: Wake The Devil and more!