In the beginning was the word, and the word was ‘Directed Panspermia’ – OK, we know that’s two words – but those two words are the concept at the heart of RJ Collins ambitious high concept sci-fi series Arks that mixes creation myth and interstellar space travel to create a story that is out of this world.
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Every now and then we find a comic which just ticks all the boxes and you can tell it is going to something rather special from the very first page you see of it. The latest to get this weighty accolade is Matt Emmons’ Gardener, which is currently funding on Kickstarter, but what makes this book worth digging up?
With a new artist onboard, can the latest instalment of mechs and mayhem book Killtopia continue its high-tech rampage through the world of UK indie comics. Or is this reboot going to cause a system wide shutdown?
Touch Is Really Strange is the latest addition to Singing Dragon’s ‘Really Strange’ series and is a fascinating and thought provoking look at the subject of touch.
Our latest Small Press Spotlight takes a look at: Matthew Wilding and Matt Rowe’s Nightmare Man, Mat Greaves’ Blat!, and David Taylor’s Wild Nature
You would be forgiven for thinking the collected editions of this webcomic from animator Zorika Gaeta were new books from Nobrow Press, their style and finish are definitely good enough to be part of the house of Hilda.
Writing a follow up to the critically acclaimed winner of our indie comics of the year 2019 was never going to be easy, but with PUNO will Gustaffo Vargas be able to deliver another potential award winning volume of his Peruvian Cyberpunk adventure?
Following in the harrowing footsteps of Siberian thriller Road of Bones, with Sea of Sorrows Rich Douek and Alex Cormack are fast becoming one of those great indie creator combos thanks to this dark and foreboding tale set in the depths of the Atlantic ocean.
DEGA is an ambitious, self published graphic novel from 2000AD artist Dan McDaid. It’s a slice of high concept, high quality science fiction which feels like it could have come from a vintage issue of Heavy Metal, and as such is is as beautiful as it is bewildering. Publisher: Dan McDaid Writer: Dan McDaid Artist: […]
We all know how sci-fi can be used as an powerful allegory for modern life issues – from racism to consumerism and beyond. Paul Allor and Paul Tucker’s new book Hollow Heart, from Vault Comics is a fantastic example of this using the genre to tell a really interesting and unconventional love story which challenges […]