With the final straight of 2020 now upon us (well, it is for me, I’ve started Christmas shopping), the way the year has been there are probably few people who don’t wish they could go back to 2019 and a pre-COVID, pre-lockdown world. Unfortunately, while we can’t offer you a time machine, instead we can […]
Posts by James Blundell:
Having reviewed the first chapter last year, Tom Woodman’s time travelling love story Future is collected into a full graphic novel and looks set to be one of the most emotionally potent books of the year!
We broaden our global horizons with a look at Decapolis: Prelude to Bathory #1 by South Korean based creator Geovanni Flores as he gives readers a first look at the heroes of his own world.
We follow Vault Comics into outer space with the recent release of George Mann and Joe Eisma’s Engineward. But is this comic out of this world?
Quarantine sees Jordan Thomas and an army of top class comic artists used the lockdown to their advantage by telling a story about what happens to a family who are forced to remain in their own home.
The latest exciting new series from Vault Comics sees Cavan Scott and Corin Howell unleash a private eye whose also a witch on the world in Shadow Service.
We’ve always been fascinated by the way of the Samurai. From comic character Usagi Yojimbo, to the (partial) influence of the Jedi from Star Wars and beyond, this warrior class has permeated our collective imaginations. However, when it comes to direct storytelling, the Samurai tends to hold less interest than the Ronin, their masterless counterpart. […]
Since his breakout turn as the artist on the award winning Sex Criminals, Chip Zdarsky has swapped sides of the aisle to become a revered writer in his own right with great turns on Marvel 2-in-1, Daredevil and the Invaders. Now he is set to bring his new book Afterlift to the ComiXology Originals stable, […]
We check out the first issue of The Misadventures of Spring-Heeled Jack, a new all-ages comic from the mind of Tom Sparke about an old London thief with a heart of gold and a serious spring in his step. However, can this cartoony cat burglar steal the hearts and minds of readers everywhere or will […]
Television has always been considered the ultimate form of voyeurism, but no more so than today with the advent of so many reality shows. Therefore, it stands to reason that comics would eventually start using this ‘genre’ as inspiration for its stories. This week, having previously looked at a couple of its single issues, we […]