Our latest round-up of the Best of ComiXology Submit features classic superhero action with a dash of body swap in The Blue Baron from SIT Comics, murderous mechs in Grimfish, hyperactive space adventures with a boy and his teddy in Lloyd and The Bear and the reissue of 80s indie classic Kyle Bakers’ Why I Hate Saturn.
Power Up #1 is the kind of comic that needs its own theme tune, stat! Kate Leth and Matt Cummings have created a comic that is cute, bright and ready to muscle in amongst the likes of LumberJanes and Bee and Puppycat.
Crime comic fans are all too familiar with the private eye stereotype of the booze addled womaniser with the complex past. However in Dash #1, writer Dave Ebersole and artist Delia Gable have brilliantly subverted this well worn character cliche by adding an intriguing new dimension – making him openly gay in the 1940s!
Image’s Wolf #1 sees new superstar writer Ales Kot and hot artist Matt Taylor conjure up a mix of supernatural horror and classic crime noir in the City of Angels. But will this lupine lead character make this new series spookily good or will an exorcism be needed?
Valiant Entertainments’s new supernatural series The Death-Defying Dr Mirage #1 looks set to take the publisher of X-O Manowar and Harbinger in a bold and exciting new direction. But is Dr Mirage a miraculous new arrival on the scene or just another troublesome ghostly manifestation?!
The Fade Out #1 is Ed Brubaker and Sean Philips first series as part of their exclusive 5 year creator-owned deal with Image Comics that sees them plough a familiar furrow in this 1940s set Hollywood noir thriller. But will The Fade Out #1 shine brightly in the murky world of noir or should it skulk back […]
Spinning out of Valiant Entertainment’s epic Armor Hunters summer crossover, the world’s most dangerous weapon Bloodshot gets pressed into service by the top secret M.E.R.O., but will he remain the hunter or become the hunted in Armor Hunters: Bloodshot #1.
Image Comics’ arctic set horror Spread #1 sees a man called No take on a genocidal tentacled monster and rescue a mysterious baby called Hope. But should Justin Joran and Kyle Strahm’s blood-soaked alien beasties be allowed to spread, or should they be kept in quarantine?
Whether you know him as Hulk Hogan’s nemesis at Wrestlemania III or Fessick in cult movie the Princess Bride, Andre Rousimoff was quite literally one of wrestling largest characters and in this new biography Andre the Giant Life and Legend cartoonist Box Brown takes an unconventional look at his story.
With Peter Parker back in the spider-suit it is time for him to have his first Infinite adventure, and it all starts off with him losing his memory. Can the webbed wonder make sense of this new digital world in Amazing Spider-Man: Who Am I? #1-4 the new Infinite digital comic from Marvel Comics.