We’re a bit late to the party with Pop Kill, the awesome crowd funded series from industry heavyweights Jimmy Palmiotti (Painkiller Jane, Harley Quinn) and Dave Johnson (100 Bullets) which is funding its final two issues on Kickstarter now. Like the world of warring soda companies it is set in this is a high energy […]
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With this weekend’s Thought Bubble Comic Festival turning into a purely digital affair, there have not been the raft of new books coming our way this month. However there have still been a few and so we take a look at some of them here.
Jonny Cannon’s The United is an anarchic mix of post modern superheroism, with shades of classic Marvel UK, late 90s British Invasion books and the best of the current Indie supers scene, all bursting forth from this epic new collection. . Publisher: Cannonhill Comics Writer/Artist: Jonny Cannon Price: Currently funding on Kickstarter This new hardcover […]
Giga is the latest blockbuster from Vault Comics, and is another fantastic example of just why we bang on about how great Vault are in so many of our reviews. Alongside this month’s other big release, A Fear Inside, this is one of Vault’s premier titles for 2020 and is every bit as epic as […]
These two anthologies is the new product of the WIP comics collective, a group of like minded creators from London who have been brought together by Stutter’s Joe Stone. As you might guess from the names, Success and Failure are both themed around the subjects and feel like a very apt pair of topics for […]
For the follow up to her critically acclaimed debit Follow Me In, Katriona Chapman introduces to the employees of a south coast cinema in Breakwater. A slow bunring melodrama that is told in her own quiet and inimitable way
Pat Mill’s new one shot anthology Space Warp is heralded as the comic with ‘SCHLOCK ’n ARRGH!’ And as you would expect from the creator of 2000AD it’s an ambitious interconnected mix of sci-fi satire and splatter
While the origins for becoming a hero can be as varied as the powers themselves, writer Jason Cook isn’t afraid to take step to the dark side with Blake Undying, the tale of a young man who tries to kill himself but finds out he cannot die and so uses his new-found powers to help. […]
Vehi-Kill is a fun and full throttle read, that hits top speed very quickly and never lets the foot off the pedal as it plows through it’s world on a blood soaked killing spree of vehicular mayhem!
Rok The God is the sequel to the critically acclaimed Rok of the Reds, a mix of sports and sci-fi from writers John Wagner and Alan Grant. But will this new volume help raise this series to god-like new heights?