Indie Comics

Review: Atom Agency Volume 1: The Begum’s Jewels (Europe Comics)
If you had to describe to someone a perfect example of a Franco Belgian Bandes dessinée, then you could do
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Review: Mall #1 (Vault Comics)
The Pipedream offices are drowning in quality comics of late. While this in itself isn’t a change from the norm,
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Review: Come Back To Me Again (Europe Comics)
Comics is now a global medium thanks to international publishers like Europe Comics bringing fascinating titles to our attention from
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Review: Sera and The Royal Stars #1 & #2 (Vault Comics)
The flow of quality titles from Vault Comics continues with Sera and the Royal Stars, the tale of a brave
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Review: Breaklands #1 (ComiXology Originals)
The first of ComiXology Originals Autumn line up, Breaklands see a young girl try to look after her brother in
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Small Press Spotlight: The Cosplayer That Doomed The Earth, This Land, Grand Slam Romance
Our latest round up of the best from small press sees an intergalactic invasion at a comic convention, a Maori
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Review: Transmissions #1 (TPub Comics)
This tense Cold War infused spy thriller sees two of our favourite small press creators team up, as The Show’s
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Review: Omni #1 (Humanoids/H1)
Humanoid/H1 titles seem to be getting the lion share of our attention with books like Ignited and Strangelands. Now we
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Review: Hilda and The Mountain King (Flying Eye Books)
For the past few years, Luke Pearson’s Hilda books have been a hidden gem within the comics world, that only
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Review: Warpaint (Witchworld Limited)
Collected into a new edition, the 4 issues of Kev Sherry's Warpaint reads like a classic Stephen King coming of
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Review: Strangelands #1 (Humanoids/H1)
The latest publisher to start building a multi-verse, Strangelands #1, is the new title from Humanoids' H1 imprint and is
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Review: Broken Bear (Caliber Comics)
Broken Bear manages to balance a classic fantasy feel with a smart and contemporary edge, thanks to a very intriguing
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