indie-round-upAfter a fantastic weekend at London Super Comic Convention 2016 we came back with our bag and iPad weighed down with a great range of new titles to review and check out on the site. Here is our rundown of some of the more interesting titles we picked up including: Bret Uren’s toy box noir Torsobear; Sian Jefferson’s charming fantasy fairytale The Book of Fey; Dean Beattie’s utterly unique Random Trials and Ryan Jenkyn’s The Bold Tales of Whiskers McFadden.

indie-round-upWith True Believers 2016 a week behind us, we  delve into a few of the indie comics which were on offer at Cheltenham racecourse and see what small press titles were worth our hard-earned cash!! They include: Vince Hunt’s Red Mask From Mars #2, Mike Garley’s The Kill Screen #4, Steve Sims’ Beast Hunting Battle Badgers and Sarah Millman’s Heart of Time.

indie-round-upOur latest round-up of the best digital index comics features: politics, religion and reality TV stars in Ned Hartley’s Anti Gods; clueless cops in a small town with Tally Burtram’s Bajo Mano; Make Garley’s immortal retro killing machine the Samurai Slasher; and superhero hitman webcomic Turncoat from Ryan O’Sillivan and Plaid Kraus.

indie-round-upWe’ve been inundated with fantastic new digital indie comics this month, so here are some more of our favourites featuring: Andy Bloor’s super anthology Andythology; sci-fi meets religion in Anti Gods; and a double bill of Nordic/Viking action in Madius Comics’ The Kings Leap and Black Jack Press’ Saga of the Northmen.

indie-round-upWe start the new year with first our collection of the best indie digital comics featuring: punk rock tales in Chunks, a all female horror anthology from Hellcat Press called Dark Lady; lots of people getting punched in the face in Punchface; and some experimental slice of life tales in Sliced Quarterly.

indie-round-upThanks to the rise of digital comics the indie and small press world is flourishing and every month we round-up the best indie digital comics available via apps like Sequential, as well looking at online webcomics and those available via small press publisher’s websites. It wasn’t easy to choose just 10 so let us know which you’d have preferred to see, but here are our favourite indie digital comics from 2015.

indie-round-upWe’ve got a bit of a horror special for our latest round-up of the best digital indie comics featuring: Brit vampire house sharing in Adam Cadwell’s Blood Blokes; twisted horror anthology Tragic Tales of Horrere from Madius Comics; gritty action with a truly terrifying villain in TPub Comics’ Tortured Life; and psychological horror in Red Shift Press’ Whispering Sands.

indie-round-upWe take a look at some more great digital indie comics including: 90s cyberpunk inspired web comic Drugs and Wires; Tillie Walden’s haunting and beautiful teenage love story, I Love This Part; Laura Trinder’s nocturnal mail man and his misadventures in The Night Post; and 80s video game inspired lunacy in the form of Satan Ninja 198X.

indie-round-upOur latest round-up of the best indie digital comics features: a psychic hairdresser taking on Anime-inspired beasties in Bob: Non Union Psychic; psychic alien children on the run in Brethren Born #1; a surreal teenage angst adventure in Rachael Smith’s The Rabbit; and an anthropomortphic archaeological mice in a pulp adventure called Mulp: The Sceptre of the Sun..

indie-round-upThis month’s digital indie comics round-up features psychic super spy Elena Anchova in Elena: Divinity Rising, a genre mash-up that you never knew you needed to see in Wes Locher’s Hipsters vs. Rednecks, a depressed Prince of Darkness with an image crisis in Our Friend Satan and teenage werewolf angst in Some Kind of Blue Moon.