FUBAR volume 1: European Theatre of the Damned is an anthology collecting together 15 different stories blending together World War Two and zombies. Sounds like just another Call of Duty zombie map, right? Well that’s where you’d be wrong…
Troy Vevasis and Aleksandar Jovic blend simple words with simple artwork to bring the tale of Mr. Crypt. Short-short stories revolving around a skeleton being judged purely by their appearance, we have a comic book that would be a great teaching tool for children about prejudice.
Gunfights, corporate espionage, future warfare, advanced technology, time travel. Do we have your attention yet? CHARGE from Alterna Comics has all this and so much more all combined in a well written and intelligent plot that will leave you with a thirst for more.
“Every great digital comic creates a larger market for others” Ezra Clayton Daniels outlines his digital comics manifesto and new website Screendiver
When we first launched, one of the incredibly innovative series we discovered was Ezra Clayton Daniels’ Upgrade Soul – a mix of surreal sci-fi and cutting edge digital story-telling. Over the years, Upgrade Soul has been through many incarnations but along the way Ezra has gained some unique insights into digital story-telling and is now looking to […]
Not all indie comics have to be about angsty superheroes or moody monochrome slice of life tales. Sometimes it’s OK to put together some weird pictures and some surreal characters and call them a story. We take a look at three of these such quirky tales in our latest indie comics round-up featuring: Adam and Gill’s Trivia Game, […]
“I’m sure I’m not the only person who gets excited by secret technology and fights on top of cable cars!” Lex McDonald on the inspirations for Assault on Fortress Doom
In an alternate version of the 20th century, the Nazis weren’t completely defeated in 1945 and a rogue general manages to activate a doomsday device. The only way the world can be saved is by a group of the Allieds’ best heroes. That’s the brilliantly old school set up for Lex McDonald’s Assault on Fortress Doom, […]
Fantasy action, full spread battles and a host of incredible, heroic chracters, it’s the Battlecats and they’re here to win you over. Set in the fantastical world of Valderia Battlecats invokes nostalgic feelings of Saturday morning cartoons, but will these new creations live up to thire name as fearsome felines or will they just end […]
“I don’t think of the characters in GUN as bad so much as flawed” Jack Foster talks super villain motivations in Gun
This summer has been all about villains thanks to Suicide Squad and co. However Jack Fosters’s Gun is about more than just another bunch of cool anti-heroes. One of our top 30 ComiXology Submit titles of 2015, the first arc is set to reach an epic conclusion this week with the release of issue #3 and […]
“In the comic world there really isn’t any restrictions” film-maker David Lumsden on turning his short film Boat into a comic
We’re used to the world of comics inspiring our cinema. But film maker David Lumsden chose to do things the other way round with his short film Boat, about a post-event Scotland which is now underwater, and turned it into a series of stunning black and white graphic novels. We catch up with David to find out more […]
We won’t lie, we were a little bit apprehensive when we decided to get in touch with the creators of indie sensation Man vs. Rock, after all these are the people who created a character who has sexual relations with rocks and believes they are the source of all that is wrong and evil in the […]