Every month we look at some of the best indie digital comics from ComiXology’s indie publishing platform Submit. As part of our celebration of the Best of 2015 we rundown our selection of the very best of ComiXology Submit 2015 and we start with numbers 21-30.
Our round-up of the Best of ComiXology Submit continues this month with: gritty adult western Abbadon from Jimmy Palmiotti; post-modern super villains in James’ Foster’s Gun; super-stylish 50s Euro jazz noir in Kitty Kat; and Egyptological and Archaeological horror in The Outer God.
Best of ComiXology Submit: Deep Soul, Henna Hanson Must Save Prom, Revenger, War of the Woods: The Campfire Battle
This month’s Best of ComiXology Submit features: science-faction, past lives thriller Deep Soul; 1980s inspired time travel, complete with Nazi robots in Henna Hanson Must Save Prom; 90s inspired western action from Reckless Hero Studios in The Last Sheriff; ultraviolent action in Revenger; and the return of animals vs. aliens adventures War of The Woods.
Digital Indie Comics round-up: Elena: Divinity Rising, Hipsters vs. Rednecks, Our Friend Satan, Some Kind of Blue Moon
This month’s digital indie comics round-up features psychic super spy Elena Anchova in Elena: Divinity Rising, a genre mash-up that you never knew you needed to see in Wes Locher’s Hipsters vs. Rednecks, a depressed Prince of Darkness with an image crisis in Our Friend Satan and teenage werewolf angst in Some Kind of Blue Moon.
This month’s guide to the Best of ComiXology Submit features surreal science-fiction in Gamma, creepy Catholic horror on a remote Irish island in Lord, high octane alien action in The Red Mask From Mars and the return of cyberpunk assassin beta in Template: Binary Code.
“I thought it would be interesting to explore the idea of a strong female character in Victorian society” behind the scenes of Joe Benitez’s Lady Mechanika
This week sees the latest instalment of Joe Benitez’s Submit series Lady Mechanicka: Tablet of Destinies hit ComiXolgy. Mixing 90s bad-girl attitude with stunning steam-punk style and oh, so many cogs, we caught up with the former Witchblade and The Darkness artist to find out more his sultry cybernetic sleuth.
Our monthly round-up of the best of ComiXology Submit returns with suicidal super assassin Gregory Suicide, post-modern superheroes in Joe Cape, bull fighters and kaiju creatures in Monster Matador and Kirby-style sci-fi superheroes in Ungrounded
Our latest round-up of the Best of ComiXology Submit features classic superhero action with a dash of body swap in The Blue Baron from SIT Comics, murderous mechs in Grimfish, hyperactive space adventures with a boy and his teddy in Lloyd and The Bear and the reissue of 80s indie classic Kyle Bakers’ Why I Hate Saturn.
This pulp-inspired weekly webcomic is given the collected treatment via ComiXology as Adventures in Pulp presents: Volume 1 brings the adventures of Dick Ruby and Dr Destructo to life for a whole new audience in Hawk and a Handsaw and Dick Ruby and the Case of the Little Greenmen.
Crime comic fans are all too familiar with the private eye stereotype of the booze addled womaniser with the complex past. However in Dash #1, writer Dave Ebersole and artist Delia Gable have brilliantly subverted this well worn character cliche by adding an intriguing new dimension – making him openly gay in the 1940s!