We take a look at Deiciders #1, a recent release from the ever reliable Markosia Comics which follows three seasoned Viking Warriors as they face off against a Wolf-like God. Can this title reach the Valhalla-level heights of greatness or is that a trick that not even the God of Mischief can help it with? […]
Tag: Indie comics
John Allison’s Eisner Award winning series throws out the rulebook for a cricket inspired 50th issue.
Aliens have always been a long time source of inspiration for comic creators, and with The Signal we take a look at a new entrant to this classic genre.
We take a look at Farhan Qureshi’s political action epic webcomic Digitopia, presented as part of a single issue here depicting a world at war as a city and her populace continued to battle an enemy who have since taken over. Can Qureshi, Piriz and Robins’ new comics declare victory over the hearts and minds […]
We delve once more into the Madius Comics treasure chest in order to check out the third issue of Griff Gristle: the Endless Voyage. Can the ship-shape crew Jones, Sambrook, Donald and Holman continue to keep this series afloat or will it finally sink to Davy Jones’ locker? Publisher: Madius Comics Writer: Rob Jones, Michael […]
Comic book printers Mixam launch into US and offer UK creators an easy way to release books overseas
Mixam, the UK based print company have extended their operations overseas, looking to break into the US comic scene, while also providing UK comic creators with easy access to this lucrative market.
“Dystopian stories bring out the suffering and injustices that we all feel in the modern day world” Farhan Qureshi talks Digitopia comic
A slick mix of dystopian future and high energy action thriller, we find out the secrets behind Farhan Qureshi’s new indie comics Digitopia
“I hate naming things… comics titles, characters…sound effects…testicles…” Matt Garvey on why he called his new comic, Untitled Generic Space Comedy
For his follow up to the award-wining Red Rocket Comet, Matt Garvey has blasted into space for a tale of two slackers space truckers who find out their intergalactic dream isn’t quite what the movies led them to believe. We catch up with Matt to find out more about what makes him laugh, and why […]
This weekend we’ll be heading to the south coast, and the Portsmouth Independent Comic Convention. Situated in the city’s historic Guildhall it claims to be the largest convention on the south coast, and will feature the usual mix of guest panels, signings, showcases, competitions, cosplay, special events and merchandise. While the show’s main focus will […]
Bronze age Boogie from Ahoy Comics is first and foremost a love letter, not to a particular genre of entertainment, but an entire decade’s worth!