Scottish indie publisher BHP Comics, have evolved from a ‘little-company-who-could’, into a real player in the UK comics scene. With a roster featuring big name titles like John Wagner’s Rok of The Reds or the Frank Quitely Sketchbook. We take a look at one of it’s exciting new titles in Plagued volume 2: The Miranda […]
Indie Graphic Novels
An evil skull face villain attempting to take over the universe may sound like a familiar tale from Saturday morning cartoons of our youth, but Steve Gregson and Matt Simmons’ Bastard Galaxia takes some of the more ludicrous ideas from those cartoons and milks them for everything they’re worth in this hilarious webcomic, which is now […]
Wolf is our first time reading the work of the incredible Rachael Ball, who is best known for creating The Inflatable Woman. Despite the overtly lupin name, it is actually a nostalgic look back at a childhood summer from a non-specific time in the 1970s and mixes what feels like very personal reflection on grief […]
With a new volume of Monty Nero and Mike Dowling’s Death Sentence having just been funded on Kickstarter we look back at their world of superhero sex, drugs and rock n roll.Trying to come up with something fresh in the genre of superheroes is not easy, but this cult classic manages to do just that. But what […]
Katriona Chapman’s Katzine has been a fixture of the UK small press scene for the last few years, but for her debut graphic novel Follow Me In, she has expanded her short but sweet travelogues into something much more epic. It’s like the difference between a short mini break and a full on gap year!
This follow up to last year’s the King of Birds, The Water Spirit: Gamayun Tales Book 2 sees Alexander Utkin continue to adapt Russian folk tales into the kind of sumptuous graphic novels you can only get from Nobrow Press.