The latest book from High Crimes’ Christopher Sebela is a cyberpunk mystery that follows a technologically altered young woman on a search for meaning in the mysterious town of Laurelwood.
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“I always think: how can I make The Artist’s life more horrible?” Anna Haifisch on her new book The Artist: Circle of Life from Breakdown Press
Anna Haifisch’s comic strip The Artist, has become a small press favourite thanks to its series of evocative stories about a life suffering for your art. We asked her what we can look forward to in The Artist: Circle of Life:
Vanni, is a powerful new graphic novel that looks at the civil war in Sri Lanka, that occured in the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami.
This new collection from Avery Hill brings together the first 3 volumes of Alabaster Pizzo’s acclaimed self published series, Mimi and the Wolves.
This month we take a look at three horrific new books: Knock Knock 11: Pestillence, Frank At Home On The Farm, Cadavers: World Gone To Hell
When it comes to books about religion, there tends to be two main camps – there are the more reverential and faithful like the Word for Word Bible Comics, or there are those which look to satire, skewer and generally dissect religion, like say, American Gods or Preacher. And so somewhere in between these camps, […]
We sometimes get accused of only covering the first issues of certain series, so here is a quick looks at some favourite recent #2s. Wolverton: Thief of Impossible Objects #2 (Wolverton Comics) Gentlemen thief and collector of impossible objects, Wolverton is back, and this time he is eyeing up the cursed mysterious hope diamond. But […]
Mohar Kalra’s Novelty is the latest quirky curiosity from the team at Good Comics. A thoughtful and thought provoking look at mental health, that reads more like a surrealist head trip, than a slice of personal introspection. Publisher: Good Comics Writer: Mohar Kalra Artist: Mohat Kalra Price: £10 from Good Comics Novelty begins in a […]
This new graphic novel from Molly Mendoza and Nobrow press falls into the same Studio Ghibli-esque folktale inspired world that we loved in their recent releases like Hicotea or Gamayun Tales. As a young boy is transported into a dream like other world, along with his strange new friend they must attempt to find their […]
The latest creator owned title from IDW sees a father and son burglary team get a bit more than they bargained for when they break into the wrong house.