We check out the first three issues of Major Holmes and Captain Watson, Jeff Rider, Ismael Canales and Roger Surroca’s reimagining of the great detective and his physician partner. But with new looks, personalities and even a new time period can this new Holmes and Watson beat the game or is this one case too tough to solve?
We often talk about the importance of originality in small press, and how you need to stand out from the crowd. Well Osaka Mime, the new book from Andrew Leavy manages to do just that bringing together and eclectic set of influences a unique concept and some breath taking art to produce a truly one of a kind read.
This week, Heavy Metal Entertainment’s previously new comic book line, Magma Comix, gets underway with the first issue Chasing the Dragon by the imprint’s head honcho, Denton J Tipton. But can this title fly under the weight of being the imprint’s first release?
Comixology continue to grow their Originals line with more and more big name talent. This week Snow Angels as writer extraordinaire Jeff Lemire joins up with legendary British artist Jock to deliver a chilling sci-fi/horror
This fantastic anthology features a who’s-who of some of our favourite small press creators, and was so good it managed to gatecrash our top 10 of the year at the last minute. However with a print copy now nestling in our hands, we take a full look at what makes SKRAWL Comix Magazine the epitome of a small press anthology.
Joining the current run of great books from Black Mask Studios Critical Hit sees a pair of female vigilantes embark on a high impact slice of classic revenge thriller style action, but with a 21st century tone.
A glorious mixture of classic spy cliches all set in a medieval/fantasy world, Damsel from D.I.S.T.R.E.S.S. is a new series from Béte Noir’s Andrew Clemson that is well worth rescuing, or rather being rescued by!
Thanks to it’s outlandish title and character filled artwork, Dr Love Wave and The Experiments is an over the top slice of sci-fi surf rock that doesn’t take itself too seriously.
This awesome webcomic from Adam Ma and Colin Tan, Folklore reads like Kingdom Come meets the Walking Dead as we enter a world where super villains came close to destroying humanity, but humans have retaliated with devastating effects for all involved. Can the last few survivors come together to find out what has happened and […]
“It’s The Incredibles meets The OC with an added dash of Invincible” Joe Glass and Vince Underwood discuss the Kickstarter for new comic The Miracles
When it comes to Small Press, few names are as big as Joe Glass and his superhero team comic, the Pride. However, in the last couple of years, while Joe has continued to build the Pride up, he has also moved on to other ideas, such as Acceptable Losses and Glitter Vipers. Now though, Joe […]