The new book for Death Sentence‘s Monty Nero is part horror story, part childhood throwback, part romance
Category: Small Press Comics
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For our latest round up of the best of small press, we take a look at three very diverse publications that will make you think as much as they will entertain you. First up is music themed anthology Radio On Broadcast #4 featuring some of our favourite small press voices, followed by a really interesting […]
Comichaus Corner: Transylvanian Knights, Big Sheep – Farm Noir, Sometimes I Just Want To Kill You All, Transrealities
Comichaus’ streaming app has been rightly hailed as ‘Netflix for indie comics’, and so to celebrate this fantastic service we are going to run a regular column looking at some of the best new books available for the bargain price of £3 a month. If you like what you see, you can download the Comichaus […]
“The aim was to keep the book’s messages accessible and easy to digest by mixing them up with story and humour” Richy K Chandler on When Are You Going To Get A Proper Job? and the perils of being a creative parent
Richy K. Chandlers’ When Are You Going To Get A Proper Job, the tale of a comic artists dad struggling to balance freelance life and fatherhood, was a title that really resonated with us, as it was very close to home. So we caught up with Richy to find out more about what inspired him […]
Thanks to titles like Brethren Born and Late Knights, Jon Laight has become a firm fixture of the UK small press comics scene. But for this latest, most ambitious title, Laight has joined up with Markosia Comics and the artistic talents of Grant Richards, Darren Stephens and Rob Jones to produce Away, a sci-fi story […]
We love shining a spotlght on the world of small press and we’ve decided to shine that spotlight even brighter with a new small press focused column which looks specifically at the DIY publishing end of the comics spectrum. We start with 3 fantastic example in the shape of Good Comics’ The Time I Knew […]
While Superheroes are by no means a new idea, the notion that these same heroes need retiring and/or controlling in some fashion is one which has only been around since the arrival of Watchmen and one which continues to grow in recent years with comics such as Civil War. This week we take a look […]
Discover the best indie and small press comics of 2017 with our rundown of the very best of the year. Purchase The Pull List #8 HERE
After a hard fought contest we are delighted to announce that the winner of the best Indie and Small Press Comic of the Year 2017 is..
After the time travelling antics of Midnight Man’s debut issue that saw him take on the Chrononazi across the whole of history, things take a new intergalactic approach in this new issue from Mo Ali and Andy Bloor. Midnight Man: Gunspace sees our hero blast off into space, confront an alternate version of himself and […]