Indie Comics

Review: The Plot #1 (Vault Comics)
Vault Comics are having a stellar 2019 and every month we are treated to a superb new title. Joining the
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Review: Mikel (SelfMadeHero)
Mikel is the story of Mark Bellido’s foray into the world of being a bodyguard. Bellido was a bodyguard for
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Review: MANU Altiplan vol. 1 (Tacu Tinta Press)
Gustavo Vargas burst on to the small press scene last year and is back with a tale of monkeys, jaguars
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Review: Isadora (SelfMadeHero)
Isadora is a beautifully drawn comic book written by Julie Birmant and drawn by Clément Oubrere. They combine to write
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Review: Milky #1 & 2 (Joshua Saxon Comics)
We check out the first two issues of Joshua Saxon's fantastic milkman vs aliens comic book, Milky. But is it
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Review: Killtopia #2 (BHP Comics)
The first issue of Dave Cook and Craig Paton’s dystopian blockbuster Killtopia was justifiably part of our top 10 comics
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Review: Steeple #1 (Dark Horse Comics)
The new book from Giant Days’ John Allison. sees a battle between heaven and hell set on the north Cornwall
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Review: Glass Hood (LabRat Comics)
Matt Garvey brings us Glass Hood, a prequel to last year’s award wining Red Rocket Comet that is another multi-genre
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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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