Our latest round up of new titles being released at this month’s Thought Bubble Comic Festival showcases the fantastic range of title on offer as well look at a tale of teenage angst, an all ages magical adventure and an abstract thought piece.
Small press comics
“It’s like a cool diverse festival mixed with a weird old video rental store” Lee Christian talks new anthology Bad Vibes Monthly
Anthologies are the life blood of the small press scene, and the latest to try and inject something new in the UK comics scene’s bloodstream is Bad Vides monthyl from Theodicy Comics. We catch up with founder Lee Christian to find out what makes it unique. Tell us a bit about the world of Bad […]
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 […]
Part of the Laydeez Day Festival, the Laydeez Do Comics Award 2019 is given to the best graphic novel in progress by a female identifying UK-based creator.
“It’s all down to the denizens of a little corner of north London with their beehives and big quiffs!” Nick Prolix on the appeal of making cockney webcomics for Slang Pictorial and the perils of Kickstarter
We’ve been huge fans of Nick Prolix’s retro cockney webcomic The Sheep And The Wolves since it was a few pages old, but this month sees him return to Kickstarter with a new volume of Slang Pictorial. We catch up with Nick to find out why he has braved Kickstarter once again, as well as […]
With the final two issue of Chris Baldie’s epic space adventure Space Captain, now firmly in our hands, it was a fantastic opportunity to re-read and truly appreciate this wonderful series from start to finish.
We often talk about a comic pushing boundaries, however when it comes to Petrichor, the new book from Gareth A Hopkins then there really is nothing else out there quite like this.
One of the UK comic scene’s most iconic conventions now has a new venue and a new date as Thought Bubble Comic Festival 2019 moves to Harrogate in November.
Every month in ComicScene magazine we write a column about a particular issue to do with indie and small press comics. For volume 2 issue 1 (now on sale here) we looked at 10 fantastic small press friendly comic conventions that we’re looking forward to in 2019.
Creator Rees Finlay is a man of many talents. Not only is he the host of podcast Declaration of Independents, but he is also a talented writer, artist and creator of graphic novels like, the Blue Flame. Now Finlay, brings us The High Priestess, an old unfinished idea about a woman in the middle of […]