For our latest round-up of mainstream digital comics from the awesome guys at the Paradox Comics Group, they take a look at Kill Or Be Killed, Southern Bastards, Hulk, Hawekeye and Black Hammer.
For the third track of his epic musical fantasy series 7String, creator Nich Angell has changed key mid-track and gone off in a new digital direction. Now available online as well as via webcomic portal Tapastic, we tune up the band and aim to strike a chord with the continuing adventures of sword wielding maestro Zach Briarpatch and co.
The latest issue of our indie comics magazine The Pull List #4 is now available from our Gumroad store for the bargain price of £0.99! Our cover is supplied by the super talented Chris Imber and Chris Jenkins from Reckless Hero who represent a new generation of exciting UK indie publishers and they talk exclusively about their epic series the Last Sheriff.
You’d be forgiven for thinking that Santa Claus vs. The Nazis was just a one note joke pitting the ultimate evil against the good. However thanks to a well rounded script and some excellent artwork, it is so much more than than high concept title might suggest, becoming a mix of throwback World War 2 action but with a genuine heart-warming core.
Francis Carver is about to have a very long and very strange day in the stylish noir action thriller, Carver: A Paris Story volume 1 from Z2 Comics.
Although we’re all about indie and small press comics here at Pipedream Comics, we also love getting our mainstream books digitally. And so as part of a team up with the awesome Paradox Comics Group, their fantastic writers bring you a unique look at some of the best mainstream books currently available on ComiXology.
Our indie round-up takes a turn for the horrific this week: with sinister tentacled loch monsters from Wart’s Chris Welsh in Ness; gruesome body hour in Hellhound Media’s The Disease; and an anthology of Ghastly Tales from Margeuriette Bennet and Broken Frontier.
Alongside his earlier works like Delta and Mack & Mondo SJ McCune’s Cold Colony was successfully backed on kickstarter earlier this year, and has now been released on Comixology, so we take a look at this new one-shot about a murder mystery taking place within the colony of a cold planet. Will this addition to his bibliography be a case worth solving or will it just be another title left out in the cold?
Matthew D. Smith and Jeremy Massie have come together to create Bee Sting, a slasher-inspired comic book with all the tropes and cliches you could shake a stick at. But when there are hundreds of slasher-inspired comic books out there, can this creative duo present something fresh and a little different?
In his latest look at the wonderful world of indie, Olly MacNamee casts his expert eye over: Ram V and Nick Barber’s Brigands #1 from Action Lab Entertainment; And the continuation of CJ Standal’s Rebirth Of The Gangster.