Digital comics giant ComiXology have turned publisher with their new collection of ComiXology Originals. This opening collection of four titles include all ages superhero adventure Super Freaks; a new series of Richard Starkings’ long running Elephantmen; a Starkings original called Ask For Mercy; and Savage Game from NFL player Ryan Kalil.
Tag: Indie comics
“His world is a hodgepodge, but he looks cool in every neighbourhood” we talk to Andrew Maxwell about The Bawdy Tales of Lazlo Cale
Set in an alternate version of Paris where an inter-dimensional bomb and split the gaps between worlds, Lazlo Cale is a former male escort turned art dealer who has to take on his nemesis and former lover Edgar Allan Poe – if that description (and our glowing review) isn’t enough to pique your interest then […]
“Whether you’re just starting out, or if you’re already creating comics and want to spend time with your peers, I hope there’ll be something for everyone.” Jon Lock on The Comics Summit in Cheltenham on July 14th and 15th
This July sees the first ever Comics Summit, a chance for indie and small press comic creators to share their knowledge and experience with each other, without the stresses of also having to man a comic convention table and make sales! The brainchild of Big Punch Studios’ Jon Lock, we caught him on a rare […]
Our latest round up of some of the best indie comics around sees us look at: dark superheroes in Ruthless, burnt out rock stars who go on multi-dimensional adventures in Eric; and shamanic Peruvian gangsters in Trujillo.
We’re hugely excited to unveil the new issue of our indie comics fanzine The Pull List which is all about Small Press Sci-fi. In it we take a look at some of the exciting indie and small press comics that are exploring brave new worlds in science fiction. These include: Andy Clift’s all ages space […]
As UK comics institution The Beano celebrates it’s 80th birthday, and 2000 AD it’s 40th last year, the subject of ‘the state of British comics’ has become a real hot button issue online. As people lament the lack of newsstand presence for British comics and claim the the UK comics scene is in decline, we […]
“I imagined how much worse life would be if I was living in a house on stilts” Alex Potts talks flooding and futility It’s Cold In The River At Night from Avery Hill Publishing
We’ve had those moment where we want to try a new career direction and it hasn’t worked out, but in It’s Cold In The River At Night, the new book from Alex Potts and Avery Hill, our hero Carl takes on the challenge of building coffins for a surly local craftsmen, and gets much more than […]
“I’ve been saying for a while that ‘someone’ needs to find an alternative model for selling comics… ‘someone’ didn’t listen, so I figured I better try!” Simon Russell on why he is launching indie comics store Comic Pop Up in Brighton this May
On Sunday May 13th in Brighton, Comic Pop Up, a new indie comics shop will be debuting in the Hanover Pub as part of Brighton Arts Festival. It’s a pop up shop, stocking some of the best indie and small press comics in the UK (including our very own The Pull List) and is the […]
The new issue of indie comics fanzine The Pull List is out now for just £0.99 from our digital store! This issue we look at the world of crowd-funding with our Kickstarter Secrets special! Kickstarter has become an essential part of the indie comics scene, so to find out more about how our favourite creators make the most of […]
Back in August we spoke to Leigh Jaffrey, about her new venture ComixCentral which was designed to be an indie comics hub designed to bring all the disparate elements of the indie world in to one happy family. Well after months of beta testing and public forums ComixCentral has finally gone live we hear from Leigh […]