Review: Broken Bear (Caliber Comics)
Broken Bear manages to balance a classic fantasy feel with a smart and contemporary edge, thanks to a very intriguingRead more.
Indie Comics Round-Up: Planet of Daemons, Captain Ginger, Cognition Volume 1
This month's indie comics round up takes a look at fantastic series which have been collected into must read tradeRead more.
Review: Heart of Steal #1 (Cabal Comics)
We look at Heart of Steal #1, Fraser Campbell and Katie Fleming’s futuristic heist comic about three friends on differentRead more.
Review: Internet Crusader (Avery Hill Publishing)
For his follow up to Ghosts Etc. George Wylesole delves into the murky world of online adventuring in the lateRead more.
Review: Tammy and Jinty Special (Rebellion Publishing)
A new Tammy and Jinty Special brings back classic 70s titles and is packed full of fantastic female focused storiesRead more.
Review: Test #1 & #2 (Vault Comics)
The latest book from High Crimes’ Christopher Sebela is a cyberpunk mystery that follows a technologically altered young woman onRead more.
Review: Resonant #1 (Vault Comics)
From Friendo to These Savage Shores to Test, Vault Comics have been one of our favourite publishers this year, withRead more.
Review: The Boy With Nails For Eyes
We take a look at the highly imaginative and unconventional, The Boy With Nails For Eyes from Shaun Gardiner.Read more.
Review: Mimi and The Wolves Volume 1 (Avery Hill Publishing)
This new collection from Avery Hill brings together the first 3 volumes of Alabaster Pizzo's acclaimed self published series, MimiRead more.
Indie Comics Round Up: Mahoneys #2, Space Riders, Plexus
We take a look at three fantastic new indie comics including: the new issue of Rich Carrington’s Mahoney’s from HardRead more.
Review: Delver: Season 1 (ComiXology Originals)
Comixology, long since considered the premier source for digital comics, even with the invention of the Unlimited and Comichaus subscriptions,Read more.
Small Press Spotlight: Knock Knock #11: Pestillence, Frank on the Farm, Cadavers Anthology,
This month we take a look at three horrific new books: Knock Knock 11: Pestillence, Frank At Home On TheRead more.