Back in January we reviewed the brilliant Norwegian anthology Outre Press. The stand out title in their second instalment was Brett Uren’s Torso Bear which was a crime noir featuring teddy bears and kids toys in the lead roles. We described is as ‘Like Raymond Chandler meets Teddy Ruxpin with a generous dose of Robert Crumb” and […]
“We knew the character design was finished when it looked like something Jason would have worn on a t-shirt.” how Doug Cohen created a digital comic legacy with Jason Coffee’s Warhawks on ComiXology
There’s a huge number of reasons why people creates comics: artistic expression; a lifelong passion; the desire for fame and adoration; or just good old fashioned cash! However for Doug Cohen and the team behind new ComiXology Submit series Jason Coffee’s Warhawks, their motivations were much more altruistic as they launched the title in memory […]
“There’s a lot of things I want, but none worth getting chased by hellhounds!” The Bargain’s Kara Barrett discusses digital comics and deals with the devil
20 years ago Jackson Connolly signed away his soul. With 3 days left to break the bargain, will he succeed or face the hellhounds? This is the simple but intriguing premise for Kara Barrett’s The Bargain, a Kickstarter funded digital comic set in the depths of 1950s Louisiana. As New Years Eve approaches and Connolly […]
“Print and digital aren’t at war, they support one another” Afterlife Inc creator Jon Lock on ‘why I love digital comics’
The latest in our ‘why I love digital comics’ series sees indie comic creator and Afterlife Inc. writer Jon Lock wax lyrical about the joys of digital.
Melksham Comic Con 2014 launches Kickstarter campaign for huge 2 day event – help support this great UK-based convention.
Last year’s Melksham Comic Convention was one of our true highlights of the year and so we’re delighted to hear their plans for an extended 2 day event at the Melksham Comic Con 2014.
Great news for fans of Stephan Franck’s Silver, the vampire/heist digital comic, emerged today with news of a Kickstarter to help fund a trade paperback of the first 3 issues, plus the anoucement that the new issue 3 will be coming very soon too!
We’ve seen some fantastic project gets developed through Kickstarter this year from Molly Danger to The Mighty Titan, and the latest that’s piqued our interest is the creator-owned comic Cazadora from artist Randy Kintz and writer Sam Eggleston.
“Molly isn’t a superhero book.. it’s a coming of age story, that happens to be about a 10 year old hero” Molly Danger creator Jamal Igle talks teen superheroes, Kickstarter and more
Molly Danger from Jamal ‘Supergirl’ Igle and Action Lab Comics is one of our favourite new titles in ComiXology’s Guided View section. Mixing the action-packed world of superheroes and giant robots with a coming of age story of a girl who is trying to deal with fame, celebrity and being a 10 year old superhero […]
Last Breath is a Kickstarter funded comic featuring the story of a man trapped 238,900 miles from home with oxygen running short while his planet–and possibly his family–is being torn to shreds before his very eyes. The Kickstarter launched this week with the goal of $5,000 to fund its completion and printing and you can visit the page […]
Some say he is a force of nature. Others say is a reject of a hormone injected time gone by. The facts are, he’s the most unstoppable cop on the force. This high octane splatterfest will follow BPC and his partner as they battle the notorious Fuster Cluck gang. King Bone Press will bring you a 32 […]