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 romp The Adventures of Captain Cosmic (with Andy also providing our awesome cover) ; Dead Canary Comics’ super cool anthology Adventures in Science; Luke Halsall and Cuttlefish’s hilarious Out Of Time; and Andy Bloor and Mo Ali’s mind-bending Midnight Man. We also have reviews of the best new indie and small press comics, and show reports from True Believers, Leamington and Swindon. So download it today for just £0.99!


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Luke James Halsall and Cuttlefish’s hilarious time-travel comic Out Of Time appeared to us out of nowhere at the tail end of last year, but with it only being available at Thought Bubble we’ve not been able to shout about it – until now that is. With a digital (and upcoming print) release from the fine folk at Markosia bringing the world of Redmond, Lizzie, NC-1000 and co to the wider world, we caught up with Luke and Cuttlefish so we could reorder the time stream, discover more about this terrific time-travel tale, and generally make out like we knew how great it was all along!

We’ve been inundated with fantastic new indie and small press comics over the Christmas and New year period, so we thought we would share some of our favourites with you: this week we look at a larger than life character in The Eel Man Chronicles; travel through time with Out of Time; and go older than old school with a pair of bickering pensioners in The World of Diedre and Albert