Crowd funding has become an integral part of the small press and indie comics community, helping 100s of project get funded and fulfilled every month. So in order to find the very best for you to back, we bring you our guide to the best indie comics Kickstarter campaigns.
Kickstarter is the new shop window for indie comic creators, with dozens of titles funded every week. But how do you get people to invest in the promise of your amazing new small press or indie comic? We talk to the UK scene’s Kickstarter experts to get their essential tips on how to fund an […]
Hellbound Media’s Mandy The Monster Hunter: The Legend of the Spindly Man has been a consistently fantastic read and career best work from all involved. Especially artist Lyndon White who has breathed a sinister air into the world of our favourite monster hunter, thanks mainly to the enigmatic and terrifying villain. The Hellbound team and […]
With so many great comics crowd funding on Kickstarter at the moment, we decided to bring back our regular look at some of the best and this week we shine a light on an old favourite, with a new volume – Ken Reynold’s excellent experimental anthology Sliced Quarterly volume 3. Collecting together issues #9-12 of […]
“There’s none of this tedious posturing and do-gooding you get in most superhero comics” Monty Nero on why Death Sentence: Liberty is not your average capes comic
Monty Nero and Martin Simmonds’ sex, drugs and superpowers series Death Sentence: Liberty is back with a new issue now funding on Kickstarter. We talk to the man behind the mayhem.
“This is definitely the most ambitious project I’ve done!” Mike Garley and Mike Lee Graham talk Our Final Halloween
With Halloween just around the corner, it’s time for our taste in comics to take a slightly darker and more gruesome tone, and what better place to start that with Our Final Halloween, the latest offering from The Kill Screen’s Mike Garley and Dead Roots‘ Mike Lee-Graham. Funding now on Kickstarter and released digitally on October […]
“His world is a hodgepodge, but he looks cool in every neighbourhood” we talk to Andrew Maxwell about The Bawdy Tales of Lazlo Cale
Set in an alternate version of Paris where an inter-dimensional bomb and split the gaps between worlds, Lazlo Cale is a former male escort turned art dealer who has to take on his nemesis and former lover Edgar Allan Poe – if that description (and our glowing review) isn’t enough to pique your interest then […]
This week marks the 100th anniversary of women getting the right to vote in the UK, and as a stark reminder that we have come a long way since then (but perhaps not as far as we should!) 404 Ink and BHP Comic have teamed up to create a graphic novel looking at female political […]
With the new year comes a new raft of Kickstarters from some of our favourite creators, and this week’s pick is one of the best, as the wonderful Steve Tanner is back with a new volume of his 18th century adventure anthology Flintlock. Featuring the ongoing adventures of highwaywoman Lady Flintlock and the awesome Shanti […]
“Art is a therapeutic technique that I used myself while being treated in the hospital and I wanted to provide this experience for children in the same position” Aaron Rackley talks about Little Heroes Comics kits and their new anthology
We always love discovering a story about how comics can help people, as well as entertain, and so Little Heroes project really warmed our hearts on these cold January days. Set up by Aaron Rackley, they provide packs of resources for kids in hospitals to help them make comics, but this month they are taking […]
This week’s Kickstarter of the Week comes courtesy of Emily Owen, whose zine Brain Shoodles is now looking for a very modest funding. It’s a great book looking at issues of metal health courtesy of Emily’s own experiences, but just don’t believe us, here is a quick outline from the creator herself… “Shoodles (a portmanteau of […]