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With a new volume of Monty Nero and Mike Dowling’s Death Sentence having just been funded on Kickstarter we look back at their world of superhero sex, drugs and rock n roll.Trying to come up with something fresh in the genre of superheroes is not easy, but this cult classic manages to do just that. But what […]
Once you’ve completed your comics masterpiece, the next tricky part in the puzzle is getting you indie comics printed. But don’t be put off by the potential pitfalls of creating a print ready PDF, we’ve teamed up with the folk at Mixam to bring you a fantastic guide to getting your comic printed. From bleed […]
After the hectic release fest that was this year’s Thought Bubble it was time for a more serene event this weekend as we headed to Bristol for the annual Bristol Comics and Zine Fair 2018, one of our favourite events on the indie and small press friendly convention circuit.
John Harris Dunning and Michael Kennedy’s debut graphic novel Tumult, definitely lives up to it’s title as they create a chaotic and confusing world for their hero, featuring multiple personalities, government conspiracies and doomed love. But can this confusing world make for a satisfying read?
The new book from Dockwood’s Jon McNaught, Kingdom continues the kind of thoughtful and meticulous look at the English condition that made his previous work so compelling. This is subtle and beautiful story telling at it’s very best!
Hurray, Fun Mudlfter is back! If like us you are huge fans of Colin Bell and Neil Slorance’s cult classic, Dungeon Fun then this is very welcome news indeed (and if you’re not a fan, then you really should be!) The intrepid hero of the excellent all ages quest adventure Dungeon Fun is back and […]
Indie Comics News
With the judges at the recent Angouleme comics festival struggling to nominate a single female creator, a new exhibition in London called Comix Creatrix: 100 Women Making Comics is setting out to prove just how innovative and exciting female comic creators can be. And for those who can’t make it to London this spring, SEQUENTIAL, the iPad app […]
Swedish studio Pencil United claims “Great Leap For Digital Native Graphic Storytelling” with new app
It’s been a while since we’ve been sent details about a company hoping to revolutionise the world of digital comics by creating a ground-breaking new comics platform. So we were quite intrigued when we had a press release come through from a Swedish company called Pencil United who are claiming to do just that with […]
If you’re a fan of the ground-breaking Marvel Infinite Comics like Daredevil: Road Warrior, X-Men ’92 and Amazing Spider-man: Who Am I?, then you can now get access to all 90 issues of these cutting edge digital comics via Marvel’s subscription service Marvel Unlimited for the bargain price of $9.99 per month.
Now proclaiming themselves the ‘indie graphic novels app’ SEQUENTIAL have added to their roster of great titles with Cartoon Books, home to Jeff Smith’s Bone and Abrams Comic Arts debuting on the platform. They have also released a version 2.0 of the SEQUENTIAL comics app with a raft of new features (including visual contents and a unique take on double page spreads) […]
Digital publisher Comicker LLC have launched their new Comicker Digital iOS app, bringing their diverse line-up of creator-owned series to iPads and iPhones. Free to download the app gives users access to the initial chapters of all current and future series while a monthly subscription of $2.99 unlocks weekly updates of subsequent chapters and exclusive special features before they’re available […]
With European comics now all over ComiXology thanks to their partnership with Delcourt, the doors have been flung open for other Euro publishers to get in on the digital comics revolution. The latest group to bring their books to a worldwide digital audience are the all digital and all European graphic novel initiative, Europe Comics who […]