Review: Digitopia 1.0 (Farhan Qureshi)
We take a look at Farhan Qureshi’s political action epic webcomic Digitopia, presented as part of a single issue hereRead more.
Review: Griff Gristle: The Endless Voyage (Madius Comics)
We delve once more into the Madius Comics treasure chest in order to check out the third issue of GriffRead more.
Review: Dexter’s Half Dozen: The Stone Child (Dead Star Publishing)
oneWe take a look at Deadstar Publishing’s Dexter’s Half Dozen, the labour of love from Jamie Lambert and Kevin DaviesRead more.
Review: Marble Cake (Avery Hill Publishing)
Scott Jason Smith's debut graphic novel Marble Cake from Avery Hill is a curious mix of the mundane and metaphysical.Read more.
Review: The Many Not The Few (Myriad Editions/New Internationalist)
The Many Not The Few graphic novel looks at key events from the peasants revolt, through to the miners strikesRead more.
Review: The Catalyst (Comichaus)
The latest one shot from the guys at Comichaus sees writer Nick Bryan and Robert Ahmad bring us a genreRead more.
Review: In Waves (Nobrow Press)
Beneath the fairly unassuming cover of In Waves, is a poignant and heart breaking tale of love and loss thatRead more.
Review: Future #1 (Tom Woodman)
Every year Free Comic Book Day rolls around, offering us a host of preview material for various upcoming and alreadyRead more.
Review: Prey For Us #1 (Lab Rat Comics)
Matt Garvey's new sci-fi horror comic Prey for Us #1, sees a lone survivor from a crashed spaceship trying toRead more.
Review: She Said Destroy #1 (Vault Comics)
She Said Destroy #1 from Vault Comics follows the beginning of a battle between two Gods and their followers. WillRead more.
Review: Grimwood Crossing volumes 1 and 2 (Conner Bartel)
In the aftermath of a successful Kickstarter campaign, we take a look at Conner Bartel and Atagun Ilhan’s horror westernRead more.